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  • Sutton, Victoria; Bromley, D. Allan (2005)
    The variety of weapons of mass destruction are intended to create the maximum possible fear, death, destruction, and general terror in the target region or nation, particularly with new and creative ways of using them. An ...
  • Spain, Larry (UMKC Law Review, 2003)
    The vision of equal access to justice is far from realized in society today. Although Legal Services Corporation ("LSC") funded programs closed nearly one million cases in 2002, many otherwise financially eligible individuals ...
  • Camp, Bryan T. (Tax Notes, 2005)
    This column discusses what happens when Congress attempts to smooth out the sharp corners of the tax code with notions of equity, but does so with an inadequate understanding of, or appreciation for, the problems of tax ...
  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal, 1998)
    This article will discuss a separate body of property law, which recognizes cultural property as a special category of property and seeks to mitigate, the risk that cultural property may be wasted due to indifference, ...
  • Quilliam, W. Reed Jr. (1984)
    The authors of this article provide three reasons why Texas, though already a community property state, should seriously consider adoption of the Uniform Marital Property Act. First, Texas may encourage states that follow ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (Estate Planning Studies, 2009-04)
    This article examines some of the provisions in the 2006 Uniform Power of Attorney Act and how they attempt to meet some of the challenges that durable powers face with a focus on formalities in drafting, standards of ...
  • Benson, Daniel H. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1971)
    The United States Court of Military Appeals is a complex institution, and the task of describing it is at once both demanding and sensitive. The task is demanding because since its founding significant misconceptions have ...
  • Bard, Jennifer S. (The New York Times, 2002-03-13)
    Professor Bard opinion piece in the New York Times uses the case of Andrea Yates to highlight the unjustness of the Texas judiciary system in regards to the court system’s treatment of persons that are mentally ill.
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Syracuse Law Review, 1985)
    This article reports the results of a study of whether parole operates to reduce sentence disparity in a system where sentencing is indeterminate, and where the parole release decision is not regulated by the use of explicit ...
  • Loewy, Arnold H. (First Amendment Law Review, 2005)
    Professor Clay Calvert has argued that Americans' faith in journalists has reached such a low point that there is a compelling need to take extraordinary reparative measures.) His solutions are to: (1) require each daily ...
  • Smith, Justin C. (Insurance Counsel Journal, 1967)
    Professor Smith highlights the evolution of continuing judicial education and its impact on legal education in the U.S.
  • Cunningham, Larry (2005)
    Clinical faculty and externship supervisors often desire for students to "hit the ground running" in their field placement experiences in order to make maximum use of the limited time available for learning. This article ...
  • Amandes, Richard B. (Insurance Counsel Journal, 1967)
    Richard B. Amandes, dean of the Texas Tech University School of Law, discusses how proper interaction with a jury, beginning with the jury summons process, can lead to more favorable verdicts. To do so, Dean Amandes uses ...
  • Loewy, Arnold H. (2001)
    In this article, Professor Arnold H. Loewy discusses the historical advent of “low value” as a category of speech, separate and apart from fully-protected “high value” speech and unprotected “no value” speech. He looks at ...
  • Soonpaa, Nancy (Journal of the Legal Writing Institute, 1997)
    Showing how scholarly work is useful in teaching new law students.
  • Lopez, Frank Rene (Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy, 1999)
    In this article, Frank Lopez examines various solutions to the widespread problem of predatory lending. Because minority borrowers are shut out from mainstream lending institutions, predatory lenders can make loans with ...
  • Cunningham, Larry (The Law Teacher, 2006)
    Part-time students are a pleasure to teach in many respects. Most exhibit a tremendous dedication to their studies, particularly since many part-time students also work full-time jobs and have families. Yet teaching this ...
  • Kirby, Ruth (Texas Tech Law Review, 1971)
    The terms vagueness and overbreadth appear frequently in recent student rights cases, and the two ideas they symbolize are fundamentally important in the developing field of campus law. What follows is an examination of ...
  • Soonpaa, Nancy (The Second Draft, 1997)
    Professor Soonpaa recommends that law professors add variety to their teaching so they can reach students who learn material in different ways.
  • Krahmer, John (West Publishing Co., 1997)
    Contains General Comments explaining the form and its application. Includes coverage of all the recent major revisions of the Texas Business and Commerce Code including leases, commercial paper, bank deposits and collections, ...