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  • Beyer, Gerry W.; Griffin, Kerri M. (Estate Planning Developments for Texas Professionals, 2011-01)
    Enhanced life estate deeds are also known as Lady Bird deeds and allow a grantor to transfer property to beneficiaries while retaining a life estate in the property coupled with the power to sell, convey, or mortgage the ...
  • Batra, Rishi (2013)
    In Lafler v. Cooper and Missouri v. Frye, the Supreme Court extended the Sixth Amendment right to effective assistance of counsel from Strickland v. Washington to cover the ineffective assistance of defense counsel in the ...
  • Murphy, Richard (2013)
    This article focuses on aspects of the Chevron deference doctrine. It discusses a number of cases and characteristics defining their boundaries around the applicability of the doctrine, and also discusses the two-step ...
  • Torres, Arturo (Greenwood Press, 1990)
    This reference work provides legal abbreviations from Latin America, Brazil, and Spain. Abbreviations that relate to the legislative, executive, or judicial branch of government are listed as well as abbreviations for ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (Carolina Academic Press, 2007)
    This book examines the ever evolving relationship between law and biotechnology. The book addresses the government’s ability to impact biotechnology through its various departments and agencies as well as the emerging ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (Carolina Academic Press, 2004)
    This casebook addresses a broad range of issues in many areas of law which are affected by recent advances in biotechnology. The book seeks to examine the law and the underlying science and policy of biotechnology in ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (Carolina Academic Press, 2003)
    Includes the aspects of federalism, public health law, quarantine issues, civil rights issues as they relate to bioterrorism in America. Cases and materials are incorporated into the study of this threat to public safety ...
  • Graham, Ann (2008)
    This article proposes that the current immigration policy does not work and should be replaced with a universally enforceable immigration policy that can be successfully implemented. Because of limited resources, the new ...
  • Dickerson, A. Darby (1998)
    Lawyers hold a unique position in American society, because they must simultaneously serve two demanding masters-their client and the court. Like double-agents, lawyers must keep both masters happy, while trying to convince ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (Technology in Society, 2004)
    The US approach to defense against bioterrorism is necessarily constrained by existing legal frameworks. Biodefense research also responds to the development of new laws designed to address bioterrorism threats, but for ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (Carolina Academic Press, 2001)
    A casebook utilizing a traditional case study approach to the interdisciplinary study of law and science
  • Fortney, Susan Saab (University of Kansas Law Review, 2005)
    This article addresses the increasing trend in law firms appointing general counsel. Part I of this article provides an overview of the frequency of law firms employing the services of general counsel and the different ...
  • Fortney, Susan Saab (Consumer Finance Law Quarterly Report, 1997)
    This article discusses risk management measures available to legal professionals, focusing on peer review as an important aspect of meaningful risk management. Part I of this article provides background information regarding ...
  • Phelan, Marilyn E. (Kalos Kapp Press, 1998)
    Professor Phelan edits The Law of Cultural Property and Natural Heritage: Protection, Transfer, and Access where scholars contribute in discussing the worldwide protection of cultural property ranging from the United States ...
  • Kramer, Bruce M. (LexisNexis, 2009)
    This treatise examines the laws and customs relating to the pooling and unitization of oil and gas properties; includes state statutes.
  • Krahmer, John (South Carolina Law Review, 1971)
    Professor Krahmer discusses the history of the law of estuarine land ownership in South Carolina.
  • Fortney, Susan Saab (South Texas Law Review, 2004)
    This article expands on the use and recommended methods of including criminal background inquiries on law school applications. Part I of this article begins with an introduction to the ethics issues arising in connection ...
  • Skillern, Frank F. (Oregon Law Review, 1973)
    The natural law and positivist schools of jurisprudence have sought to explain what law is and how morality and law are related. By defining law and the role of morality in a legal system, the duty of the individual in ...
  • Newton, W. Frank (South Texas Law Review, 1994)
    The name "Kaye Scholer" now has the power to evoke strong and diverse responses. Some argue passionately that the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) was quite properly discharging its responsibility to rectify wrongs in ...
  • Fortney, Susan Saab (St. Mary's Law JournalSt. Mary's Law Journal, 2010)
    Professor Fortney, an expert in the field of legal malpractice, addresses to what extent associates owe a fiduciary duty to the firms they work for in light of the WilmerHale memorandum.