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  • Cochran, Wesley J. (Lexis-Nexis, 2003)
    Despite its long history and prominent place in modern society, gaming has not until now been a subject of serious study in American law schools. The recent expansion of casino gaming, however, coupled with the spectacular ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (Western New England Law Review, 2003)
    This article will review seven major areas of environmental protection and the policies and actions taken in those areas by the Bush Administration. By examining the approach taken in such areas as water, air, natural ...
  • Zanglein, Jayne Elizabeth (Texas Tech Law Review, 1999)
    During the 1997-98 term, the Fifth Circuit’s employment law cases focuses on the question of whether employee benefits are an entitlement that vests and not subject to divestment. Cases included fights over benefits such ...
  • Laughlin, Angela M. (Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing, 2008)
    Take a moment and think back to how you first got the idea to become a lawyer. Chances are, your inspiration was someone you knew personally. Now, imagine that your path had never crossed with that of the person who ...
  • Brock, Ralph H. (St. Mary's Law Journal, 1997)
    Despite the opposition, the United States Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of compulsory membership in unified bar associations. Keller and Hudson are the culmination of a series of labor union and unified ...
  • Rosen, Richard D. (2011)
    This paper focuses on the United Nations Fact-Finding Mission’s report on the Gaza Conflict that the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) purposely targeted civilians. A historical setting is given for the conflict followed by the ...
  • Casto, William R. (1982)
    The author of this article recommends amending the Federal Tort Claims Act through enactment of House Resolution 24, introduced by the 97th Congress in 1981. The author also recommends restructuring section 1983. The ...
  • Shannon, Brian D. (Public Contract Law Journal, 1999)
    Because of the tensions between the government's interests in procurement integrity and contractors interest in continuing to pursue government work-and perhaps as a result of the heightened activity by the federal government ...
  • Shannon, Brian D. (Military Law Review, 1991)
    Because of the tensions between the government's interests in procurement integrity and contractors interest in continuing to pursue government work-and perhaps as a result of the heightened activity by the federal government ...
  • Quilliam, W. Reed Jr. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1970)
    The Matrimonial Property Act of 1967 promulgated significant changes in the managerial powers delegated to the spouses over community property. These changes were carried forward in Chapters 4 and 5 of the Family Code, ...
  • Eckstein, Gabriel (Water International, 2003)
    Next to issues of land, water resources are the major bone of contention in the peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Arabs. The objective of negotiations is de facto setting the clock back to the eve of ...
  • Anderson, Owen L. (North Dakota Law Review, 1989)
    Professor Anderson reviews three lines of North Dakota cases relevant to conveyancing and title examination. The first topic primarily concerns the validity of third-party reservations in deeds, that is, reservations of ...
  • Bubany, Charles P. (Thomson Wadsworth, 2005)
    Professor Bubany guides students in their exploration of Texas procedure laws and cases and features chapter introductions, overviews of codes and implications, and exercises for Texas-specific penal codes.
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (2014-07)
    This article discusses the threshold legal criteria for Texas executors, trustees, and agents, their desirable qualities and characteristics, the potential benefits and disadvantages between using individual versus corporate ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (Vargas Publishing, 2012-08)
    Halloween Law is a spirited guide through law school study starting with that first scary year. Looking at the law through the lens of Halloween proves the old rule that truth is stranger than fiction. Halloween cases that ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (Pace Environmental Law Review, 2005)
    This article seeks to examine the existing regulatory framework and tools for addressing the environmental impacts of wind energy. The introductory discussion of the potential environmental impacts of wind energy generation ...
  • Myhra, Alison (North Dakota Law Review, 1992)
    This article argues that the public elementary, junior high (or middle), and senior high schools, as both a prescriptive matter and a descriptive matter, constitutionally may regulate student hate speech in order to ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (South Carolina Environmental Law Journal, 1999)
    The American Heritage Rivers Initiative (AHRI), a creation of the Council of Environmental Quality, is touted by the Clinton Administration as a program to "support community-led efforts to revitalize local economies, ...
  • Lake, Peter F.; Dickerson, Darby (2006)
    The explosion of online communities and the use of technology in communications has led to an increase in the number of students publicly sharing information about and photographs of hazing incidents. Campuses might find ...
  • Fortney, Susan Saab (Business Law Today, 2003)
    This article explores several disadvantages associated with limited liability partnerships (LLPs) in the wake of the Anderson-Enron debacle. The article explains how conversion to LLP from a traditional partnership may ...