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  • Shannon, Brian D. (Baylor Law Review, 1990)
    ADR procedures are beginning to play a part in the administrative process at both the federal and state levels. The earlier articles in this symposium series have explored various aspects of the development of Texas state ...
  • Van Cleave, Rachel A. (Stetson Law Review, 1999)
    Advancing Tolerance and Equality Using State Constitutions: Are the Boy Scouts Prepared?
  • Casto, William (2014)
    In 1941, Attorney General Robert H. Jackson learned that President Franklin D. Roosevelt had given an informal green light to the creation of an FBI "suicide squad" that would act outside the law to ferret out foreign ...
  • Casto, William (Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, 2013)
    Not so long ago, legal advice given to President George W. Bush regarding torture sparked considerable controversy, and discussions were frequently distorted by rancorous partisanship. This essay uses advice given to ...
  • Casto, William R. (American Journal of Legal History, 2012)
    In recent years, the process of providing legal advice at the highest levels of government has sparked significant controversies. The present article uses advice given to President Franklin Roosevelt by Attorney General ...
  • James, Vaughn E. (Seton Hall Law Review, 2007)
    Ever since its inception during slavery, the African-American Church has served as an advocate for the socio-economic improvement of this nation’s African-Americans. Accordingly, for many years, the Church has been politically ...
  • Hemingway, Richard W. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1966)
    The so-called "doctrine of after-acquired title" deals with the rights of a grantee (and his successors) who accepts a deed or other conveyance from a grantor then without title, but who thereafter acquires it. The problem ...
  • Hemingway, Richard W. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1966)
    The so-called "doctrine of after-acquired title" deals with the rights of a grantee (and his successors) who accepts a deed or other conveyance from a grantor then without title, but who thereafter acquires it. Professor ...
  • Parker, Emily A.; Outenreath, Alyson (2014)
    Many nonprofit organizations may qualify for a franchise tax exemption, but must first submit a written application to the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. These organizations are still responsible for paying other ...
  • Parker, Emily A.; Outenreath, Alyson (2014)
    Aircraft is tangible personal property and subject to Texas’ sales and use tax. However, the sale or lease of aircraft may qualify for one of several exemptions from the sales and use tax. This Practice Insight notes ...
  • Dickerson, Darby; Lake, Peter F. (2006-10)
    This article addresses high-risk alcohol use on university campuses. The article gives an overview of the environmental management and facilitator models, specific initiatives campuses can take to help manage and change ...
  • Gonzalez, Alfredo Mirande (U.C. Davis Law Review, 2000)
    Although much has been written about Critical Race Theory and law and subordination, there have been few attempts to incorporate these theories and methodologies into legal training and legal education. In this paper, ...
  • Spain, Larry (North Dakota Law Review, 1994)
    Numerous studies have documented that, despite efforts of publicly funded legal service programs and contributions of the private bar through organized pro bono programs, the poor continue to have a significant unmet need ...
  • Fortney, Susan Saab (University of Colorado Law ReviewUniversity of Colorado Law Review, 1995)
    This article explores the concept of peer review in the practice of law. The article begins with an introduction to law partners’ liability exposure for the acts or omissions of their law partners. The article explains how ...
  • Baker, Thomas E. (Georgia Law Review, 1985)
    Professor Baker discusses the attempts of the United States Supreme Court to determine whether cases have been adequately decided upon independent state grounds. In doing so, Baker critiques the new methodology employed ...
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Review of Litigation, 2007)
    This article presents the results of an empirical study of lawyer reaction to Federal Rule of Evidence 408 (Compromise and Offers of Compromise) as amended on December 1, 2006. It begins by arguing that rational settlements ...
  • Casto, William (Green Bag, 1998)
    This article discusses an intriguing political and legal drama that took place in the United States during the time of the French Revolution and the war between France and Great Britain. The author describes the political ...
  • Rosen, Richard D. (Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, 2007)
    This article deals with one aspect of the U.S. War on Terror: the treatment of enemy combatants captured during the conflict and the implications of such treatment for the professional ethic of the United States military. ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (Tulsa Law Review, 2002)
    Professor Sutton explores the idea of teaching American Indian Law as part of a course on constitutional law. She points out the impact of Native American concerns on the writing of the Constitution and constitutional ...
  • Hatfield, Michael (New York University Annual Survey of American LawNew York University Annual Survey of American Law, 2009)
    This article addresses whether the court system should force a citizen to participate in jury duty even if the citizen refuses to serve on a jury for deeply held and unconditional religious beliefs. Professor Hatfield ...