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  • Gonzalez, Jarod S. (Texas Tech Law Review, 2008)
    Professor Gonzalez suggests that providing undocumented workers with the same labor and employment rights that legal workers possess may be one factor in successfully solving the illegal immigration problem facing the ...
  • Bruner, Christopher (Alabama Law Review, 2008)
    Prevailing theories of corporate law tend to rely heavily on strong claims regarding the corporate governance primacy and legitimacy of either the board or the shareholders, as the case may be. In this article I challenge ...
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (2010-11)
    Dean Jarmon discusses time management skills and different approaches to studying to ensure success in law school. Students who diligently study and work to truly understand course information all semester excel in law ...
  • Pawlowic, Dean G. (Bankruptcy Developments Journal, 1995)
    Except for a qualification introduced by the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1994, the right to interest under the Bankruptcy Code is most easily viewed from three perspectives: (1) interest accrued prior to the filing of a ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (American Journal of Law and Medicine, 2004)
    This Article examines two important features of change in the post-9-11 relationship between public health, public health law, and environmental law. The first is an immediate change in the expansion of environmental laws ...
  • Skillern, Frank F. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1985)
    This law review article discusses several cases decided by the Fifth Circuit in the prior year concerning the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA), and the Clean ...
  • Skillern, Frank F. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1975)
    Professor Skillern reviews the spate of environmental law cases that came before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit during the 1973-1974 term.
  • Skillern, Frank F. (Baylor Law Review, 1977)
    This article discusses how Congress, states, administrative agencies, and courts address the legal and environmental issues brought about by the development and regulation of energy resources such as oil, gas, coal, and ...
  • Skillern, Frank F. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1974)
    Traditionally zoning has been the means of regulating the use of land and controlling the development of a city. The favorite tool to do this has been minimum acreage zoning. However, minimum acreage zoning does not ...
  • Bubany, Charles P.; Benson, Daniel H. (Shepard's/McGraw Hill, 1995)
    Written in non-technical language for professionals in the engineering and scientific communities, Professor Bubany, Professor Benson, and Frank Skillern, explore the development and state of environmental law in the United ...
  • Skillern, Frank F. (McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1981)
    This book provides an examination of environmental law, focusing on programs that developed in the 1970s. The book begins with a history of environmental law. The author dedicates a chapter to the National Environmental ...
  • Camp, Bryan T. (Tax Notes, 2006)
    Professor Camp argues that there is an equal protection problem in innocent spouse procedures because of the interaction of the full-pay rule, the CDP mash-up rule, and the jurisdictional rule in IR Code § 6015(e). He ...
  • Kilgarlin, William Wayne (Texas Law Review, 1990)
    The authors propose that by conditioning the application of the ERA to cases involving governmental conduct, courts unjustifiably and improperly limit the scope of the rights that the ERA affords the citizens of Texas. ...
  • Casto, William R. (Tulane Law Review, 1988)
    Legal positivism has been one of the more influential ideas in the history of American law. The general acceptance of positivism in this century virtually dictated the overruling of Swift v. Tyson and the creation of the ...
  • Zanglein, Jayne Elizabeth (Texas Tech Law Review, 1996)
    The 1994-95 term brought many interesting and unusual employee benefit cases. In a bevy of cases, the court was a champion of participants' rights. Yet, the court was unsympathetic to participants who seemed to be taking ...
  • Krahmer, John (South Carolina Law Review, 1971)
  • Fortney, Susan Saab (The Professional Lawyer, 2002)
    This article focuses on ethics problems related to hourly billing by analyzing the results of a survey of 1000 randomly selected associates in Texas firms who (1) had been licensed for ten or fewer years as of June 1999, ...
  • Hatfield, Michael (CALI eLangdell Press, 2011)
    This chapter’s objective is to raise interesting tax ethics issues in practical contexts. There are notes and questions to prompt and guide discussions, and primary source materials to inform classroom discussions (e.g., ...
  • Martin, Jose Manuel Cortes (Texas Tech Law Review, 2004)
    The main purpose of the new Trade Barrier Regulation (TBR) is to provide European Community (EC) industries with a weapon against obstacles faced by EC firms in non-EC countries (third countries) or countries within the ...
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    Weninger, Robert A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1999)
    The survey this year focuses on significant decisions in the area of privilege and expert opinion. In United States v. Smith, the court explicitly rejected a journalist's First Amendment privilege for non-confidential ...