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  • Camp, Bryan T. (2014)
    The relationship of the APA to tax administration has been the subject of increasing scrutiny from scholars and courts. Some of this scrutiny has critiqued the long-held view of the Department of Treasury that tax regulations ...
  • Amandes, Richard B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1970)
    Richard B. Amandes, dean of the Texas Tech University School of Law, provides a detailed history of the law school which begins with the “project” envisioned by West Texas lawyer Alvin R. Allison in the early 1960s and ...
  • Hart, Rebecca A.; Pearl, M. Alexander Lowther (2013)
    Native American women who are victims of domestic violence face many obstacles and issues not necessarily faced by white women who are victims of domestic violence. This comment examines the effect domestic violence has ...
  • Bard, Jennifer S. (Health Law News, 2002)
    Professor Bard recalls the numerous problems associated with the anthrax vaccine over the past twelve years and its impact on planning for the current threat of bioterrorism.
  • Cunningham, Larry (The National Jurist, 1999)
    Dating and federal civil procedure have quite a lot in common, so thinks Professor Cunningham. He justifies this claim with a step-by-step comparison of the two mind-bending subjects.
  • Dickerson, A. Darby; Spanhel, Cynthia L. (1990)
    Traditionally, making partner in a law firm meant that one was extended voting rights and a portion of the profits after a few years of practice. However, nonequity partnerships are gaining acceptance today in many areas ...
  • Bard, Jennifer S. (Internet Journal of Health Care and Ethics, 2003)
    Professor Bard argues for reform of the organ donation system after the case of Jesica Santillan where Santillan received two sets of organs when thousands of persons die every year while waiting for an organ transplant.
  • Camp, Bryan T. (2015)
    Treasury has historically regulated a group called “tax practitioners” through the regulations contained in Circular 230. These regulations are issued under the authority of 31 U.S.C. §330 which permits Treasury to regulate ...
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (2011-02)
    Absorption learning preferences indicate which formats are most advantageous to a specific learner. Students have to deal with a variety of presentation formats because they usually do not control the choice of course ...
  • Pearl, M. Alexander (2014)
    A satirical essay in which the author gives perspective from an Authentic Indian on his view of America’s political correctness in regards to Native Americans and their image.
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (2015-11)
    Attorneys have a professional responsibility to supervise and conduct will execution ceremonies in a professional manner. The often unprofessional and unsupervised handling of will execution ceremonies increases the chance ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (2012-07)
    This article suggests the proper steps and format for a Texas will execution ceremony which can help prevent future will contests.
  • Beyer, Gerry W.; Kozob, Eugene M. (2012-10)
    This article provides steps to conduct a proper Illinois will execution ceremony that will protect against later contests and disputes.
  • Jones, Travis Dale; Dillon, Rosemary; Penland, Lisa; Payne, Sue (2009)
    This article focuses on different methods of teaching contract drafting to first-year students in a legal writing course. Four professors offer their own approaches to creating practical exercises; these exercises are ...
  • Jarmon, Amy L. (2011-03)
    We need to process legal material thoroughly if we are to learn and retain it successfully. How we organize the material for learning is determined by our individual processing learning preferences. This article describes ...
  • Murphy, Richard W. (2006)
    Some years ago, in Alaska Prof. Hunters Ass'n v. FAA (APHA), the D.C. Circuit held that an agency must use notice-and-comment rulemaking to change regulatory interpretations that have hardened into "administrative common ...
  • Eckstein, Gabriel (Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, 2005)
    When the U.N. General Assembly adopted the Convention on the Non-Navigational Uses of International Watercourses in 1997, it took a decisive step in recognizing the important role that transboundary ground water resources ...
  • Eckstein, Gabriel (American University International Law Review, 2003)
    This paper treats transboundary and international ground water resources under international law from a hydrogeologic perspective by considering the shortcomings of Barberis' four models and by offering six new conceptual ...
  • Fortney, Susan Saab (Idaho Law Review, 2003)
    This article discusses the unintended consequences of the billable hour derby and suggests changes to address the deleterious effects of increasing billable hour requirements. A brief introduction identifies law firms’ ...
  • Bard, Jennifer S. (NYSBA Health Law Journal, 2009)
    Health care is a trillion-dollar industry that has grown exponentially over the past ten years with very little sign of slowing. The demand of legal services has tracked the growth of the industry. As a result, individuals ...