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  • Van Cleave, Rachel A. (Temple International and Comparative Law Journal, 1999)
    This paper argues several reasons why courts should consider whether the person to be extradited will face trial proceedings. In addition to this procedural analysis regarding at what point the rule of non-inquiry is ...
  • Eckstein, Gabriel (Santa Clara Journal of International Law, 2008)
    Professor Eckstein leads a roundtable discussion of scholars in the field of water law on water ethics discussing the wants, needs, and rights of persons and societies.
  • Kramer, Bruce M. (Tulsa Law Journal, 1994)
    If you ask any lawyer familiar with oil and gas law what a royalty is, the response will be reasonably uniform whether the lawyer is located in Colorado, Texas, Kansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma or New Mexico. Most lawyers agree ...
  • Kramer, Bruce M. (Environmental Law, 2005)
    Professor Kramer discusses the history of the rule of capture, its modern application, and some difficult cases implicating the rule of capture.
  • Maxwell, Richard W. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1970)
    In both state and federal courts, the modern trend in case law is away from the rigidity of the exclusionary rules of evidence. The entire field is regarded as anachronistic, and of such awesome complications that the ...
  • Ramirez, Jorge (Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 2004)
    Part I of this Article provides a brief overview of international trade, including the history, culture and diplomatic relationships among the three NAFTA partners, and provides the background and understanding so important ...
  • Loewy, Arnold H. (1983)
    Here, Professor Arnold H. Loewy discusses two methods under which prayer could be allowed in public schools without violating the establishment clause. Method I involves creating an open forum, available to student groups ...
  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (Seattle University Law Review, 2000)
    This Article will explore the concept of "due diligence investigation for valuable art objects and the considerations that properly frame the scope of such an examination. The Article represents that because, as between ...
  • Benson, Daniel H. (The Criminal Defense Lawyers Project, 1976)
  • Graham, Ann (Administrative Law Review, 2008)
    The Introduction to this Article highlights Watters v. Wachovia Bank, N.A. — a striking example of the Roberts Court's result-oriented approach to potential Chevron cases. Part I lays the groundwork for analyzing Watters ...
  • Kramer, Bruce M. (Urban Lawyer, 1980)
    In Monell v. Department of Social Services the United States Supreme Court embarked on a new trail into the heretofore forbidden realm of municipal liability for the deprivation of constitutional rights of individuals. ...
  • Zanglein, Jayne Elizabeth (Texas Tech Law Review, 1991)
    During the survey period, the Fifth Circuit addressed several issues of increasing importance in the area of securities law. First, the court limited the circumstances under which a federal court may exercise subject matter ...
  • Myhra, Alison; Zanglein, Jayne Elizabeth (Texas Tech Law Review, 1992)
    During the survey period, the Fifth Circuit did not make any significant advances into previously uncharted areas of securities law. This article will not examine every securities case issued during the survey period. ...
  • Bateman, Hal M. (Houston Law Review, 1978)
    This article reviews and analyzes the 1977 revision of section 33 of the Texas Securities Act. The first section discusses the background and context of section 33. Section two analyzes the 1977 revisions to section 33. ...
  • Fortney, Susan Saab (Washington & Lee Law Review, 1997)
    This article addresses the overlooked negative consequences of law firms transitioning from a traditional partnership to a limited liability partnership or company. Part I of this article introduces the topic by providing ...
  • Loewy, Arnold H. (Brandeis Law Journal, 2003)
    Perceived judicial attacks on God or Country are not taken kindly by the populace or politicians. This point has been illustrated over and over again by constant attempts to amend the Constitution to allow school prayer ...
  • Elias, Erwin A. (William & Mary Law Review, 1967)
    “The danger of influencing a change in the current moral standards of the community, or of shocking or offending readers, or of stimulating sex thoughts or desires apart from objective conduct, can never justify the losses ...
  • Van Cleave, Rachel A. (Suffolk University Law Review, 2005)
    Although nearly 400 years old, the trial of artist Agostino Tassi for the rape of the young Baroque artist, Artemisia Gentileschi, is instructive for what it reveals about the importance of honor in Italian culture and ...
  • Huffman, Walter B. (University of Toledo Law Review, 2010)
    Walter B. Huffman was a Judge Advocate General in the Army before becoming Dean of Texas Tech University School of Law. In this essay, Huffman points out the similarities between military leadership and law school leadership. ...
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Hastings Law Journal, 1971)
    Despite praise for the Uniform Code of Military Justice as being more advanced than many thoroughly modern criminal codes, one criticism still remains: except for cases that require a mandatory death sentence, a unanimous ...