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  • Loewy, Arnold H. (1974)
    In this article, Professor Loewy discusses the doctrinal support (or lack thereof) for the seminal abortion and obscenity cases arising from the 1972 term of the Supreme Court. He discusses the reasoning and arguments used ...
  • Sutton, Victoria (2002)
    Professor Sutton examines the role of universities following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. She explains that the structure of universities will change going forward as universities will utilize an interdisciplinary ...
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    Wilson, Robert J. (1972)
  • Schneider, Elizabeth K. (University of Toledo Law Review, 1997)
    This article demonstrates not only that the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 covers nursing homes, but also that its potential for combating discrimination based on disability needs to be explored more fully. ...
  • Casto, William R. (Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce, 2000)
    Professor Casto returns once again to the origins of federal admiralty jurisdiction. Using an essay by Peter Stephen Du Ponceau as support, Professor Casto forcefully argues that to understand the Founders’ attitudes ...
  • Paulus, John C. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1970)
    This article includes an examination and evaluation of: (1) devices used to escape the often oppressive effect of the identity doctrine; (2) the stringency of the courts' adherence to the identity doctrine, and their ...
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (West Publishing Co., 2007)
    Professor Beyer, with Aloysius A. Leopold, drafted Texas-specific forms to aid the practitioner in Estate Planning—specifically, the administration of decedent’s estates and guardianships.
  • Beyer, Gerry W. (West Publishing Co., 2006)
    Professor Beyer, with Aloysius A. Leopold, drafted Texas-specific forms to aid the practitioner in Estate Planning—specifically, the administration of decedent’s estates and guardianships.
  • Shannon, Brian D. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1990)
    The vast majority of the administrative law cases considered by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals during the survey period involved neither novel issues of administrative procedure nor factual situations of significant ...
  • Shannon, Brian D. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1989)
    Although the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals considered a number of administrative law cases during the survey period, a great many involved the routine judicial review of agency determinations concerning government benefits ...
  • Tucker, Joe A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1985)
    This law review article discusses Fifth Circuit decisions in deregulation and administrative law cases. The article compares recent (1985) Fifth Circuit opinions with the court’s past decisions on these issues. The article ...
  • Edgar, J. Hadley (1956-05-23)
  • Shannon, Brian D. (Baylor Law Review, 1990)
    ADR procedures are beginning to play a part in the administrative process at both the federal and state levels. The earlier articles in this symposium series have explored various aspects of the development of Texas state ...
  • Elliot, Frank W. (State Bar of Texas, 1978)
  • Whiteside, Tom (1975)
  • Van Cleave, Rachel A. (Stetson Law Review, 1999)
    Advancing Tolerance and Equality Using State Constitutions: Are the Boy Scouts Prepared?
  • Casto, William R. (American Journal of Legal History, 2012)
    In recent years, the process of providing legal advice at the highest levels of government has sparked significant controversies. The present article uses advice given to President Franklin Roosevelt by Attorney General ...
  • James, Vaughn E. (Seton Hall Law Review, 2007)
    Ever since its inception during slavery, the African-American Church has served as an advocate for the socio-economic improvement of this nation’s African-Americans. Accordingly, for many years, the Church has been politically ...
  • Hemingway, Richard W. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1966)
    The so-called "doctrine of after-acquired title" deals with the rights of a grantee (and his successors) who accepts a deed or other conveyance from a grantor then without title, but who thereafter acquires it. The problem ...
  • Hemingway, Richard W. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1966)
    The so-called "doctrine of after-acquired title" deals with the rights of a grantee (and his successors) who accepts a deed or other conveyance from a grantor then without title, but who thereafter acquires it. Professor ...