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  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (The American Association for State and Local History, 1982)
    The author intends museum personnel to utilize this book as a legal resource. The book provides basic discussion of those legal issues most likely to occur during the course of a museum’s operations. The book intends to ...
  • Van Cleave, Rachel A. (Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases, 1999)
    Professor Van Cleave previews Jones v. United States, a case that originated in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and found at 527 U.S. 373 (1999).
  • Camp, Bryan T. (Tax Notes, 2007)
    In FY2005, the IRS refunded about $227.6 billion to individual taxpayers. Given the huge amounts involved, even small error rates add up. For example, even if the IRS had an error rate of just 1% that would mean $2.2 billion ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (Carolina Academic Press, 2011)
    In Nanotechnology Law and Policy, Professor Victoria Sutton provides cases and textual notes in a casebook format for nanotechonology law students. Issues include: risk assessment, consumer product safety, environmental ...
  • Schoen, Rodric Bruce (Texas Tech Law Review, 1972)
    The purpose of this paper is to examine whether Congress has the constitutional power to nationalize public education. While much could doubtlessly be said for and against nationalized public education, comments directed ...
  • Brakebill, Marwin B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1969)
    On March 18, 1963, the United States Supreme Court decided Gideon v. Wainwright, which held that the right to counsel guaranteed by the sixth amendment was applicable to the states by virtue of the fourteenth, making it ...
  • Ross, Wendy T. (Texas Wesleyan Law Review, 2010)
    Recently, the Negro National Anthem has been the source of much controversy. For some Americans, it is a source of celebration of the rich black heritage and legacy. For others, it is a source of shame—an ugly remnant of ...
  • Camp, Bryan T. (Tax Notes, 2006)
    In every era and area of law you find a never-ending battle between two groups of legal thinkers: formalists and functionalists. Each is connected to long-standing and honorable traditions in Anglo- American jurisprudence. ...
  • Graham, Ann (Texas lawyer, 2007-02-05)
    This article discusses whether the McNulty memo from the Department of Justice (DOJ) will alleviate concerns regarding DOJ’s aggressive pursuit of corporate attorney-client privilege waiver in fraud investigations. The ...
  • Myhra, Alison (Seton Hall Constitutional Law Journal, 1999)
    This article examines hair length regulations and earring prohibitions, the reasons why public schools might adopt them, and why, in response, students might resist them. The examination is made in the context of the ...
  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (West Group, 2000)
    Professor Phelan, with Robert J. Desiderio, created a textbook that addresses numerous aspects of the policy and law of nonprofit organizations such as tax implications, politics, and religion.
  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (West Publishing, 1985)
    While there is a growing body of law applicable to the many and varied nonprofit organizations, much of the law is recent and little has been digested to provide the lawyer, the accountant, and the manager of the nonprofit ...
  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (West Publishing, 2003)
    Professor Phelan, with Robert J. Desiderio, created a textbook that addresses numerous aspects of the policy and law of nonprofit organizations such as tax implications, politics, and religion.
  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (West, 2010)
    The third edition of this title provides comprehensive coverage of the organizational structures for nonprofit entities; governance of nonprofit organizations, including status, duties, and rights of directors and members; ...
  • Baker, Thomas E. (Iowa Law Review, 1991)
    Professors Baker and Viator discuss the shortcomings of the current law school constitutional law curriculum. They lament the emphasis on current Supreme Court cases to the almost complete exclusion of the actual text of ...
  • Casto, William R. (Fordham Law Review, 2011)
    In Samantar v. Yousuf, the U.S. Supreme Court held that foreign officials sued under the Alien Tort Statute (ATS) are not the same as a foreign state and are not entitled to the protection of the Foreign Sovereign Immunity ...
  • Lewis, Scott M. (Wiley Law Publications, 1986)
    The goal of this book is to assist both the lawyer and the doctor in understanding the medico-legal implications of the practice of obstetrics and gynecology. The information found in this book should serve to guide the ...
  • Davidow, Robert P. (Nebraska Law Review, 1977)
    This article compares the current laws of obscenity – both statutory and judge-made law – in England and Wales with the United States Supreme Court’s delineation of constitutionally permissible obscenity laws in the United ...
  • Loewy, Arnold H. (William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, 1993)
    The urge to punish those who disseminate sexually explicit material is overwhelming. To illustrate, in the Sable Communications case, the Supreme Court was faced with a congressional statute forbidding the interstate ...
  • Loewy, Arnold H. (NEXUS, 2005)
    In the pages that follow, this essay argues that the Court should take the opportunity to travel the path not taken in Miller v. California and hold that there is no such thing as obscenity. Instead, all speech is protected. ...