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Law Library Blog (November 2021): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School Oflaw Nov 2021

Law Library Blog (November 2021): Legal Beagle's Blog Archive, Roger Williams University School Oflaw

Law Library Newsletters/Blog

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Trending @ Rwu Law: Dean Yelnosky's Post: Experiences, Connections And Opportunities: A Real World Perspective From Recent Rwu Law Grads 6/2/2017, Michael Yelnosky Jun 2017

Trending @ Rwu Law: Dean Yelnosky's Post: Experiences, Connections And Opportunities: A Real World Perspective From Recent Rwu Law Grads 6/2/2017, Michael Yelnosky

Law School Blogs

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Law Enforcement And Criminal Law Decisions, Erwin Chemerinsky Jun 2017

Law Enforcement And Criminal Law Decisions, Erwin Chemerinsky

Erwin Chemerinsky

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Who Owns Tips? Hospitality Workers And The Distribution Of Customer Gratuities, Amelia Gow, Andrew Frazer Jan 2015

Who Owns Tips? Hospitality Workers And The Distribution Of Customer Gratuities, Amelia Gow, Andrew Frazer

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers (Archive)

The tipping of hospitality workers by customers is an increasingly common custom in Australia. Tips are a substantial (though unquantified) part of the income of hospitality workers. Such workers are often casual and vulnerable young employees. Tipping occurs in a tripartite relationship between the employer/business operator, the customer and the worker. It is almost completely unregulated by the labour law instruments of awards and enterprise agreements.

Who owns tips? While customers may reasonably assume that service workers will receive all the tips they leave, either individually or as a share of a common fund (the tips jar), the legal ...


Discretionary Benefit Or Entitlement? Hospitality Workers And The Ownership Of Customer Tips In Australia, Amelia Gow, Andrew Frazer Jan 2014

Discretionary Benefit Or Entitlement? Hospitality Workers And The Ownership Of Customer Tips In Australia, Amelia Gow, Andrew Frazer

Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts - Papers (Archive)

The tipping of hospitality workers by customers is an increasingly common custom in Australia. Tips are a substantial (though unquantified) part of the income of hospitality workers. Such workers are often casual and vulnerable young employees. Tipping occurs in a tripartite relationship between the business operator, the customer and the worker. It is almost completely unregulated by the labour law instruments of awards and enterprise agreements. This is a ‘regulatory space’ where labour law and consumer protection law may potentially intersect.

Who owns tips? While customers may reasonably assume that service workers will receive all the tips they leave, either ...


Law Enforcement And Criminal Law Decisions, Erwin Chemerinsky Oct 2012

Law Enforcement And Criminal Law Decisions, Erwin Chemerinsky

Pepperdine Law Review

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"Thinking" In A Deweyan Perspective: The Law School Exam As A Case Study For Thinking In Lawyering, Donald J. Kochan Jan 2012

"Thinking" In A Deweyan Perspective: The Law School Exam As A Case Study For Thinking In Lawyering, Donald J. Kochan

Nevada Law Journal

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Four Critical Tips For Taking Your First Witness, David A. Grenardo Jan 2010

Four Critical Tips For Taking Your First Witness, David A. Grenardo

Faculty Articles

There are four crucial tips for a junior attorney examining his or her first witness at trial. One must know the rules, both evidentiary and procedural. Stick to the basics of questioning at trial and the examination will go more smoothly. Something unexpected always happens at trial. Being organized and prepared allows an attorney to deal with those surprises much easier. Finally, think about the trier of fact in every question asked or statement made. Relentlessly search out the opportunity to take a witness at trial. When that opportunity arises, follow these four simple tips to make sure to do ...


Wrongly Accused Redux: How Race Contributes To Convicting The Innocent: The Informants Example, Andrew E. Taslitz Jan 2008

Wrongly Accused Redux: How Race Contributes To Convicting The Innocent: The Informants Example, Andrew E. Taslitz

Andrew E. Taslitz

This article analyzes five forces that may raise the risk of convicting the innocent based upon the suspect's race: the selection, ratchet, procedural justice, bystanders, and aggressive-suspicion effects. In other words, subconscious forces press police to focus more attention on racial minorites, the ratchet makes this focus every-increasing, the resulting sense by the community of unfair treatment raises its involvment in crime while lowering its willingness to aid the police in resisting crime, innocent persons suffer when their skin color becomes associated with criminality, and the police use more aggressive techniques on racial minorities in a way that raises ...


Wrongly Accused Redux: How Race Contributes To Convicting The Innocent: The Informants Example, Andrew E. Taslitz Jan 2008

Wrongly Accused Redux: How Race Contributes To Convicting The Innocent: The Informants Example, Andrew E. Taslitz

School of Law Faculty Publications

This article analyzes five forces that may raise the risk of convicting the innocent based upon the suspect's race: the selection, ratchet, procedural justice, bystanders, and aggressive-suspicion effects. In other words, subconscious forces press police to focus more attention on racial minorites, the ratchet makes this focus every-increasing, the resulting sense by the community of unfair treatment raises its involvment in crime while lowering its willingness to aid the police in resisting crime, innocent persons suffer when their skin color becomes associated with criminality, and the police use more aggressive techniques on racial minorities in a way that raises ...


Miss Susan’S Etiquette Tips For The Socially Conscious Judge: A Guide To Honorable Conduct Toward Gays And Lesbians In The Courtroom, Bradley Zane Haumont, Susan Ann Koenig Jan 2005

Miss Susan’S Etiquette Tips For The Socially Conscious Judge: A Guide To Honorable Conduct Toward Gays And Lesbians In The Courtroom, Bradley Zane Haumont, Susan Ann Koenig

Saint Louis University Public Law Review

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Teaching Tips From The Lotus Sutra, John W. Teeter Jr Jan 2002

Teaching Tips From The Lotus Sutra, John W. Teeter Jr

Faculty Articles

The Lotus Sutra reveals that everyone has the potential for unlimited spiritual growth and each of us should aspire to be a bodhisattva; one who assists others on the road to enlightenment. Applying ancient Buddhist tenets to the law school classroom, the Lotus Sutra exhorts professors to challenge and befriend their students through the use of “expedient means” inspired by Buddhist thought. The poetic beauty and idealism of the Lotus Sutra transcend denominational differences to inspire the way we conceptualize legal education and the professorial mission.


Study Tips From A Therapist, Robin Goodenough Apr 1976

Study Tips From A Therapist, Robin Goodenough

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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