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  • 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. ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (JAG Journal, 1976)
    This article is a portion of Chapter IX of the second edition of the book Military Evidence. The authors discuss searches and seizures as they relate to military law with a focus on the exclusionary rule, searches and ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (2010)
    The author uses Prey, the science fiction novel by Michael Crichton, as a tool to examine the nanotechnology issues present today and those issues that will confront the world in the future. This article discusses the ...
  • Humphrey, Wendy A. (Texas Bar Journal, 2012-04)
    The impact the so-called “Generation Y” or “Millennial” population is having on society at large makes it more important than ever for lawyers to understand the effect that they are having on how to communicate with jurors. ...
  • Bateman, Hal M. (Missouri Law Review, 1969)
    Despite the spectacular events of recent years in the field of federal securities law, the less glamorous arena of state securities regulation – better known as "blue sky laws" – continues to play an important and regular ...
  • Kramer, Bruce M. (Natural Resources Journal, 1997)
    The venerable Rule Against Perpetuities has been plaguing property lawyers for over 300 years. Oil and gas attorneys need to know the types of transactions which are covered by the Rule because as John Chipman Gray once ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (William S. Hein & Co., Inc., 2008)
    The Modern Dictionary for the Legal Profession contains over 8,000 modern terms and concepts from dozens of professions and careers, including banking, finance, investment, real estate, sales, accounting, insurance, oil ...
  • Benson, Daniel H. (Catholic University Law Review, 1970)
    The current Uniform Code of Military Justice is the culmination of nearly 200 years of slow, painful evolution that is far from complete. What follows are some observations on Military Justice which are offered by working ...
  • Loewy, Arnold H. (Rutgers Law Journal, 1985)
    Professor Arnold H. Loewy presents a tongue-in-cheek analysis of the history of Fourth Amendment jurisprudence, focusing on how police officers can improve organized crime investigation by taking advantage of the Supreme ...
  • Loewy, Arnold H. (Alabama Law Review, 2003)
    In rejecting the argument that morality is an insufficient basis for a law, the Supreme Court, in Bowers v. Hardwick, held: "The law, however, is constantly based on notions of morality, and if all laws representing ...
  • Beyea, Genevieve A. (Ohio State Law Journal, 2011)
    In recent years securities markets have become increasingly interconnected, and securities fraud frequently crosses borders. The United States' welldeveloped private enforcement mechanism for securities fraud is ...