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  • 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 ...
  • Smith, Justin C. (Utah Law Review, 1970)
    Professor Smith reviews Introduction to the Study of Law, by E. Wayne Thode, Leon Lebowitz, and Lester J. Mazor. Mineola, New York: The Foundation Press, Inc., 1970. Pp. xxi, 357. $8.00.
  • Olm, Jane G. (Law Library Journal, 1971)
    Professor Olm reviews Richard Harris’s Justice: the Crisis of Law, Order, and Freedom in America.
  • Krahmer, John (South Carolina Law Review, 1971)
    Professor Krahmer discusses the history of the law of estuarine land ownership in South Carolina.
  • 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. ...
  • Loewy, Arnold H. (1971)
    Through the framework of a three-act play, Professor Arnold H. Loewy discusses various arguments for and against punishing flag desecrators. He develops a narrative of a Russian ex-patriot, living in the United States, who ...
  • Kirk, Maurice B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1971)
    Professor Kirk addresses the use ”and/or” in legal drafting. The basic question asked is, “Should the draftsman be less precise than he is capable of being?” The professor answers this question with a well-pondered, “It ...
  • Krahmer, John (Journal of Legal Education, 1971)
    Professor Krahmer introduces a radically different curriculum, including “floating” hours and the bifurcation of semesters to expose students to more legal topics.
  • Krahmer, John (South Carolina Law Review, 1971)
  • Larkin, Murl A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1971)
    In Texas, the cluster of statutes which prescribes the admissibility in evidence of confessions and admissions of a criminal defendant is, it is submitted, a prime example of unclear and confusing legislation. It is the ...
  • Kirk, Maurice B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1971)
    Professor Kirk addresses the lingering problem of eliminating “legalese” in drafting statutes.
  • Brakebill, Marwin B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1971)
    Due process under the fourteenth amendment requires the minimum of notice and some opportunity for a hearing before a student at a tax supported university can be suspended or expelled for misconduct. This article will ...
  • 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 ...
  • Krahmer, John (South Carolina Law Review, 1971)
    Professor Krahmer reviews Legal Analyses and Research by Marjorie Dick Rombauer.
  • 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 ...
  • Bateman, Hal M. (St. John's Law Review, 1971)
    Despite its ostensible simplicity and the general wholesomeness of its stated purpose, section 16(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 has had both a litigious and a controversial history. Nevertheless, it has endured ...
  • Amandes, Richard B. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1971)
    Richard B. Amandes, dean of the Texas Tech University School of Law, discusses the nature of legal education and past adjustments in the length of the law school curriculum. In doing so, he maintains that the bedrock ...
  • 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 ...
  • Bubany, Charles P. (Journal of Family Law, 1972)
    Substantial numbers of juveniles continue to be deprived of constitutional protections in the juvenile courts, contrary to the letter and spirit of recent United States Supreme Court decisions. This is the result more often ...
  • Krahmer, John (Texas Tech Law Review, 1972)
    The United States Supreme Court decided the case of Fuentes v. Shevin which held unconstitutional, on due process grounds, the prejudgment replevin procedures established by statute in the states of Florida and Pennsylvania. ...