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  • Hatfield, Michael (South Central Review, 2007)
    "Legitimacy, Identity, Violence and the Law": Connecting the international publicity surrounding American torture to reductions in America's international political legitimacy, this essay explores how the legitimacy of the ...
  • Malloy, Robin Paul (University of Illinois Law Review, 1984)
    This article examines the various situations in which people may rely on the actions of a lender subsequent to its receiving an appraisal opinion and to delineate the scope of a lender's liability when the appraisal involved ...
  • Beyea, Genevieve A. (2009)
    The recent economic downturn has caused a shake-up in the private equity markets - with important implications for mergers and acquisitions (M&As). One recent merger agreement - once lauded as exemplary - has disintegrated ...
  • Pawlowic, Dean G. (The Wayne Law Review, 1992)
    After briefly summarizing the primary tenets of and the legal relations resulting from issuance of a credit, this Article will examine the transfer of those relations by act of the parties to a credit from the point of ...
  • Camp, Bryan T. (Lexis, 2003)
    Professor Camp’s treatise chapter highlights the reasoning for imposing limitation periods and then explains limitation periods for various actions.
  • Sullivan, David (Southwestern Law Journal, 1973)
    Professor Sullivan surveys the case law dealing with Texas local government. The topics include elections, incorporation, eminent domain, annexation, police power, assessments and taxation, and zoning.
  • Kramer, Bruce M. (UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, 1996)
    Counties, long the weak sister of sub-state governmental units, are now being given the full panoply of police powers. Population trends show an increase in rur-urban development, bringing people into contact with existing ...
  • Torres, Arturo (Nebraska Law Review, 1998)
    This bibliography contributes to the literature by distinguishing and examining articles that purport to incorporate lawyering skills training in traditional law school courses. It pinpoints needs or deficiencies in the ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (National Institute for Trial Advocacy, 2004)
    Professor Sutton designed a trial practice exercise that focuses on issues that involve biotechnology. A complete fact pattern is provided as well as guidance on how to prepare for, and perform in, trial.
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student Lawyer, 2008-10)
    Professor Jarmon recommends how successful students can continue to be successful students in law by changing their study habits and techniques.
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (Student Lawyer, 2010)
    Law classes require different strategies than undergraduate classes because of format, content, and pace differences. Law professors rarely lecture because they expect students to understand basic concepts during class ...
  • Gonzalez, Jarod S. (Louisiana Law Review, 2006)
    This article explains why across-the-board mandatory periodic medical examinations for employees working at dangerous jobs in remote locations, such as offshore drilling workers, do not violate the ADA-the EEOC's unofficial ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (University of Richmond Law Review, 2009)
    Humans and charities are no longer the primary entities many individuals wish to benefit upon death. Instead, there is a growing interest in providing for Rover, Fluffy, and Polly, that is, our beloved pets. There has been ...
  • Murphy, Richard (University of Illinois Law Review, 2011)
    Killer drones are the future of warfare. Their use, viewed from one angle, generates few legal problems insofar as drones merely provide another tool for the longstanding military practice of killing enemies from the air. ...
  • Spain, Larry (Loyola Poverty Law Journal, 1996)
    Professor Spain reviews Measuring Poverty: A New Approach by The National Research Council, Panel on Poverty and Family Assistance: Concepts, Information Needs, and Measurement Methods, National Academy Press, 1995.
  • Shannon, Brian D.; Benson, Daniel H. (Texas Appleseed, 2005)
    Professor Shannon, with Professor Daniel Benson, create a handbook to give advice to attorneys who represent, or might be representing, a client with a mental illness.
  • Tarenko, Natalie (The Second Draft, 2008)
    Dr. Tarenko advocates for a grammar-organized approach to law so as to make the study of law more fluid.
  • Zanglein, Jayne Elizabeth (Texas Tech Law Review, 1998)
    During the 1996-1997 term, the Fifth Circuit’s employment law docket was dominated by preemption cases. The Court held that ERISA preempts a Texas statute which assigns, by operation of law, the right to sue for breach ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (American University Law Review, 1966)
    Although it may be arguable that the guarantee of the Fourth Amendment to the federal constitution that people shall be secure against unreasonable searches and seizures is not a limitation upon the power granted to Congress ...
  • Benson, Daniel H. (Arizona Law Review, 1971)
    This article will examine critically the military's official perspective of military justice, including the affirmative deceptions practiced consciously or unconsciously by the military to reinforce that perspective. ...