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Submissions from 2007

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Collateral Damage: The Aftermath of the Political Culture Wars in Schiavo, Kathy L. Cerminara 29 WNewEngLRev 279 (2007)

Kathy Cerminara, Collateral Damage: The Aftermath of the Political Culture Wars in Schiavo, 29 Western New England Law Review 279 (2007). Theresa Marie Schiavo died a celebrity at the age of 42 in Pinellas Park, Florida, in early 2005. She never sought the public spotlight; she never even knew she ... Read more

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Giving Millennials a Leg-Up: How to Avoid the If I Knew then What I know No Syndrome, Leslie Larkin Cooney 2007 KyLJ 505 (2007)

While it may not be possible for law schools to train students completely within three years for the practice of law, we can come much closer to this goal and make the transition to professional life an easier and more productive one. This article explores the common traits of members ... Read more

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"In a Case, on the Screen, Do They Remember What They've Seen?" Critical Electronic Reading in the Law Classroom, Debra Moss Curtis 30 HamlineLRev 247 (2007)

In 2005, we produced a well-received article and presentation entitled, "'In a Case, In a Book, They Will Not Take a Second Look!' Critical Reading in the Legal Writing Classroom." The article examined the educational foundations of critical reading, as well as, critical reading techniques. The purpose was to establish ... Read more

2005-2006 Survey of Florida Juvenile Law, Michael J. Dale 31 NovaLRev 577 (2007)

Michael Dale, 2005-2006 Survey of Florida Juvenile Law, 31 Nova Law Review 577 (2007).

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Blowing the Lid Off: Expanding the Due Process Clause to Defend the Defenseless against Hurricane Katrina, Olympia Duhart

Blowing the Lid Off: Expanding the Due Process Clause to Defend the Defenseless Against Hurricane Katrina, Olympia Duhart 13 TexWesleyanLRev 411 (2007)

Olympia Duhart, Blowing the Lid Off: Expanding the Due Process Clause to Defend the Defenseless Against Hurricane Katrina, 13 Texas Wesleyan Law Review 411 (2007).

Introduction for 10th Annual Leo Goodwin Lecture Series, Tilting the Scales: The Changing Roles of Women in the Law and Legal Practice, Olympia Duhart 31 NovaLRev 217 (2007)

Olympia Duhart, Introduction for 10th Annual Leo Goodwin Lecture Series, Tilting the Scales: The Changing Roles of Women in the Law and Legal Practice, 31 Nova Law Review 217 (2007).

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Evaluating Katrina: A Snapshot of Renters’ Rights Following Disasters, Olympia Duhart and Eloisa C. Rodriguez-Dod

Hurricane Katrina destroyed the homes of many people living in parts of the Gulf Region. The storm displaced as many as 800,000 victims and it is still difficult for them to return home. Consequently, many homeowners have turned to renting because of the slow recovery process. Renters face added difficulties; ... Read more

Lessons from Florida: Swing Low, Sweet Charity, Michael Flynn 19 StThomasLRev 429 (2007)

Michael Flynn, Lessons From Florida: Swing Low, Sweet Charity, 19 Saint Thomas Law Review 429 (2007).

The Check Isn't in the Mail: The Inadequacy of State Prompt Pay Statutes, Michael Flynn 10 DePaulJHealthCareL 397 (2007)

Michael Flynn, The Check Isn't in the Mail: The Inadequacy of State Prompt Pay Statutes, 10 DePaul Journal of Health Care Law 397 (2007).

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Minnesota Reflections on a Century of Change and Stasis: Roscoe Pound's Visit to St. Paul, Jon M. Garon 30 HamlineLRev 489 (2007)

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Take Back the Night: Why an Association of Regional Law Schools will Return Core Values to Legal Education and Provide an Alternative to Tiered Rankings, Jon M. Garon 38 UTolLRev 517 (2007)

The system of legal education is fundamentally broken not because of the legal education produced, but because of the social and economic cost to the students and the public. The students have too few price choices and far too much debt while the public has legal services that are too ... Read more

Introduction: Inspiration, Anticipation, and Celebration: The 10th Annual Leo Goodwin Lecture Series, Tilting the Scales: The Changing Roles of Women in the Law and Legal Practice, Linda F. Harrison 31 NovaLRev 217 (2007)

Linda Harrison, Introduction: Inspiration, Anticipation, and Celebration: The 10th Annual Leo Goodwin Lecture Series, Tilting the Scales: The Changing Roles of Women in the Law and Legal Practice, 31 Nova Law Review 217 (2007).

Gilmore & Black at 50, Robert M. Jarvis 38 JMarL&Com 135 (2007)

Robert Jarvis, Gilmore & Black at 50, 38 Journal of Maritime Law & Commerce 135 (2007). The story of the writing of the famous American treatise, The Law of Admiralty, with biographical sketches of its co-authors and evidence of its extraordinary influence on the maritime law of the twentieth century.

Ranking Law Reviews by Author Prominence - Ten Years Later, Robert M. Jarvis 99 LLibrJ 573 (2007)

Robert Jarvis, Ranking Law Reviews by Author Prominence - Ten Years Later, 99 Law Library Journal 573 (2007).

St. Raymond of Penafort: Patron Saint of Law Professors, Robert M. Jarvis 8 BarryLRev 111 (2007)

Robert Jarvis, St. Raymond of Penafort: Patron Saint of Law Professors, 8 Barry Law Review 111 (2007).

The Curious Legal Career of Homer L. Collyer, Robert M. Jarvis 38 JMarL&Com 571 (2007)

Robert Jarvis, The Curious Legal Career of Homer L. Collyer, 38 Journal of Maritime Law & Commerce 571 (2007). In 1947, Homer and Langley Collyer were found dead inside their New York City mansion, buried under more than 100 tons of junk. As a result, the term "Collyer Brothers" is ... Read more

"In a Case, on the Screen, Do They Remember What They've Seen?" Critical Electronic Reading in the Law Classroom, Judith R. Karp 30 HamlineLRev 247 (2007)

Judith Karp, "In a Case, on the Screen, Do They Remember What They've Seen?" Critical Electronic Reading in the Law Classroom, 30 Hamline Law Review 247 (2007).

2006-2007 Survey of Florida Public Employment Law, John Sanchez 32 NovaLRev 141 (2007)

John Sanchez, 2006-2007 Survey of Florida Public Employment Law, 32 Nova Law Review 141 (2007).

The Law of Retaliation After Burlington Northern and Garcetti, John Sanchez 30 AmTAdvoc 539 (2007)

John Sanchez, The Law of Retaliation After Burlington Northern and Garcetti, 30 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 539 (2007).

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Corporate Governance Issues: United States and the European Union, Florence Shu-Acquaye 29 HOU. J. INT'L L. 583 (2007)

Match Point: All in the Timing, Luck and Mutual Mistake, Charlene Smith 32 OklaCityULRev 263 (2007)

Charlene Smith, Match Point: All in the Timing, Luck and Mutual Mistake, 32 Oklahoma City University Law Review 263 (2007).

Submissions from 2006

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2006 Changes to the Florida Rules of Professional Conduct, Heather P. Baxter 31 NOVA L. REV. 1 (2006)

1031 Tenant in Common Exchanges: A "TIC" king Time Bomb at the Intersection of Real Estate Securities, and Tax Law?,, Marilyn Blumberg Cane 14 UMiamiBusLJ 273 (2006)

Marilyn Cane, 1031 Tenant in Common Exchanges: A "TIC" king Time Bomb at the Intersection of Real Estate, Securities, and Tax Law?, 14 University of Miami Business Law Review 273 (2006). Those who follow economic trends know that investing in real estate has recently become a hotbed of activity. In ... Read more

An Appraisal of "Fair Value" in the Revised Corporate Appraisal Statute Section 1.01, Marilyn Blumberg Cane 30 NovaLRev 333 (2006)

Marilyn Cane, An Appraisal of "Fair Value" in the Revised Corporate Appraisal Statute Section 1.01, 30 Nova Law Review 333 (2006).

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1031 Tenant in Common Exchanges: A "Tic"king Time Bomb at the Intersection of Real Estate, Securities, and Tax Law?, Marilyn Blumberg Cane and Jennifer C. Erdelyi

Those who follow economic trends know that investing in real estate has recently become a hotbed of activity. In response to the stock market's unpredictability, investors have been drawn to the commercial real estate market in record numbers, seeking to capitalize on low interest rates coupled with the rising appreciation ... Read more

American Wartime Values in Historical Perspective: Full-Employment Mobilization or Business as Usual, Timothy A. Canova 13 ILSAJIntle&CompL 1 (2006)

Timothy Canova, American Wartime Values in Historical Perspective: Full-Employment Mobilization or Business as Usual, 13:1 ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law 1 (2006). This paper explores the range of values implicated by war and compares today's dominant values with those that prevailed during previous American wars, with a particular ... Read more

Symposium Introduction: International Law Confronts the Global Economy: Labor Rights, Human Rights, and Democracy in Distress, Timothy A. Canova 13 ChapLRev 1 (2006)

Timothy Canova, Symposium Introduction: International Law Confronts the Global Economy: Labor Rights, Human Rights, and Democracy in Distress, 13 Chapman Law Review 1 (2006). As the pace of globalization has intensified, lawyers and scholars continue to develop an appreciation for the many ways their own areas of expertise and practice ... Read more

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Critical Essay: Musings on the Need to Convince Some People with Disabilities That End-of-Life-Decision-Making-Advocates are Not Out to Get Them, Kathy L. Cerminara 37 LoyUChiLJ 343 (2006)

Kathy Cerminara, Critical Essay: Musings on the Need to Convince Some People with Disabilities That End-of-Life-Decision-Making Advocates are Not Out to Get Them, 37 Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal 343 (2006). As others have noted, the importance of the Terri Schiavo case is not legal; the various Schiavo opinions ... Read more

The Trade Winds of Judicial Activism: An Introduction to the 2004-2005 Goodwin Seminar Articles by Dennis Morrison, Q.C., and the Honourable Mia Amor Mottley, Q.C., M.P.,, Jane E. Cross 30 NovaLRev 393 (2006)

Jane Cross, The Trade Winds of Judicial Activism: An Introduction to the 2004-2005 Goodwin Seminar Articles by Dennis Morrison, Q.C., and the Honourable Mia Amor Mottley, Q.C., M.P., 30 Nova Law Review 393 (2006). In Fall 2004, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center hosted a Goodwin Seminar series entitled ... Read more

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Domestic Violence and the Lawyer as Good Samaritan: What Responsibility to Become Involved?, Debra Moss Curtis 6 WhittierJChildFamAdv 3 (2006)

In the United States, "Good Samaritan" laws are designed to protect from liability--in case things go wrong--those who choose to aid an injured stranger. The idea is to "reduce bystander's hesitation to assist" those in distress. Good Samaritan laws are clearly intended to cover immediate physical harm, as they tend ... Read more

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Everything I Wanted to Know About Teaching Law School I Learned From Being a Kindergarten Teacher: Ethics in the Law School Classroom, Debra Moss Curtis 2006 BYUEduc&LJ 455 (2006)

This article discusses the ethics of teaching law school. It was not until the 1920s and 1930s that full-time law teachers, rather than part-time practitioners or judges, held the main responsibility for teaching at many law schools. When this shift began to occur, the field of "law professor" was born, ... Read more

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Teach the Children Well: Incorporating Cultural Literacy into the Law School Learning Experience, Debra Moss Curtis 37 CumbLRev 177 (2006)

This article is an examination of what and how we teach in law school. Much attention has been given to the concept of the Socratic Method and whether teaching in this manner "hides the ball" from students. Rather than focusing on whether the ball is hidden, my work shall focus ... Read more

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Human Rights Enforcement in the Twenty-First Century, Douglas L. Donoho

The international human rights system enters the twenty-first century facing a profound anomaly. Despite remarkable normative and institutional developments since the system's inception, the world remains mired in widespread violations of human dignity. Genocidal episodes have repeatedly scarred the consciousness of humankind since World War ll. Floods of refugees and ... Read more

Human Rights Enforcement in the Twenty-First Century, Douglas Lee Donoho 35 GaJInt'l&CompL 1 (2006)

Douglas Donoho, Human Rights Enforcement in the Twenty-First Century, 35 Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law 1 (2007). The international human rights system enters the twenty-first century facing a profound anomaly. Despite remarkable normative and institutional developments since the system's inception, the world remains mired in widespread violations of ... Read more

There Are No Bad Dogs, Only Bad Owners: Replacing Strict Liability with A Negligence Standard in Dog Bite Cases, Lynn Epstein 13 AnimalL 129 (2006)

Lynn Epstein, There Are No Bad Dogs, Only Bad Owners: Replacing Strict Liability with A Negligence Standard in Dog Bite Cases, 13 Animal Law 129 (2006).

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Acquiring and Managing Identity Interests, Jon M. Garon 1 FlaEntLawRev 39 (2006)

Jon M. Garon, Acquiring and Managing Identity Interests, 1 FLA. ENT. L. REV. 39 (2006). Modern media licenses involving Internet sites, video games, multimedia projects, and independent motion pictures follow the publishing industry’s shifts of power and control. Those acquiring rights have significant leverage at the outset but lose that ... Read more

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For the Benefit of the Infant: An Introduction to the Symposium to End Child Abuse, Jon M. Garon 28 HAMLINE J. PUB. L. & POL'Y i (2006)

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Recantation: Illusion or Reality, 2006, Linda F. Harrison 3 MichStLRev 637 (2006)

Linda Harrison, Recantation: Illusion or Reality, 2006, 3 Michigan State Law Review 637 (2006).

A Brief History of Law School Names, Robert M. Jarvis 56 JLegalEduc 388 (2006)

Robert Jarvis, A Brief History of Law School Names, 56 Journal of Legal Education 388 (2006).

The Admiralty Lawyer in Popular Culture, Robert M. Jarvis 37 JMarL&Com 23 (2006)

Robert Jarvis, The Admiralty Lawyer in Popular Culture, 37 Journal of Maritime Law & Commerce 23 (2006).

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As a Last Resort, Ask the Students: What They Say Makes Someone An Effective Law Teacher, James B. Levy

As a Last Resort, Ask the Students: What They Say Makes Someone an Effective Law Teacher, James B. Levy 58 MeLRev 50 (2006)

James Levy, As a Last Resort, Ask the Students: What They Say Makes Someone an Effective Law Teacher, 58 Maine Law Review 50 (2006). My article discusses the results of a 300+ law student survey that asked them to describe the personality traits, classroom behaviors and personal characteristics that they ... Read more

A Memorial Salute to David Gelfand, Joel A. Mintz 80 TulaneLRev 1585 (2006)

Joel Mintz, A Memorial Salute to David Gelfand, 80 Tulane Law Review 1585 (2006).

2005-2006 Survey of Florida Public Employment Law, John Sanchez 31 NovaLRev 127 (2006)

John Sanchez, 2005-2006 Survey of Florida Public Employment Law, 31 Nova Law Review 127 (2006).

Human Blood and its Transfusion: The Twist and Turns of Legal Thinking, Florence Shu-Acquaye 9 QuinnipiacHealthLJ 33 (2006)

Florence Shu-Acquaye, Human Blood and its Transfusion: The Twist and Turns of Legal Thinking, 9 Quinnipiac Health Law Journal 33 (2006).

The Independent Board of Directors and Governance in the United States: Where is This Heading?, Florence Shu-Acquaye 27 WhittierLRev 725 (2006)

Florence Shu-Acquaye, The Independent Board of Directors and Governance in the United States: Where is This Heading?, 27 Whittier Law Review 725 (2006).

Submissions from 2005

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Presidential Elections - The Right to Vote and Access to the Ballot, John B. Anderson, Mitchell W. Berger, and Grace E. Robson

The following article is a tripartite effort by Mitchell Berger and Grace E. Robson, members of the Florida Bar; John B. Anderson, a member of the Nova Southeastern University's Shepard Broad Law Center faculty; and a team of two of the students at that law school, Jason Blank and Tom ... Read more

Man's Best Friend Does not Live by Bread Alone: Imposing a Duty to Provide Veterinary Care, Phyllis G. Coleman 12 AnimalL 7 (2005)

Phyllis Coleman, Man's Best Friend Does not Live by Bread Alone: Imposing a Duty to Provide Veterinary Care, 12 Animal Law 7 (2005).

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Licensing and Discipline of Fiscal Professionals in the State of Florida: Attorneys, Certified Public Accountants, and Real Estate Professionals, Debra Curtis 29 Nova Law Review 339 (2005)

The purpose of this article is to compare the regulation of several professions within the state of Florida. In Florida, attorneys are self-regulated through the Florida Bar. As a branch of the Supreme Court of Florida, The Florida Bar serves as the licensing agency of attorneys within the state. Two ... Read more

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You've Got Rhythm: Curriculum Planning and Teaching Rhythm at Work in the Legal Writing Classroom, Debra Curtis 21 Touro Law Review 465 (2005)

With increased frequency, attention is being given to the methods and style of teaching the law, and to the educational knowledge of law teachers necessary for their development. While teachers in many other areas of higher education are required to take credit hours in education courses, that requirement or focus ... Read more

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"In a Case, In a Book, They Will Not Take a Second Look!" Critical Reading in the Legal Writing Classroom, Debra Curtis and Judith Karp 41 Willamette Law Review 293 (2005)

This article is based on a presentation that was first assembled for the Southeastern Regional Legal Writing Conference in September 2003. The theme of that conference was "The Basics and Beyond: Building Solid Skills on Flawed Foundations." As legal writing professions with nine years of teaching experience between us, we ... Read more

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Jewish Law: Deciphering the Code by Global Process and Analogy, Donna Litman 82 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 563 (2005)

Submissions from 2004

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Environmental Legal Professionalism Adapted to Citizen Suit Processes, Brion Blackwelder 10 WIDENER L. REV. 527 (2004)

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Why Were Perry Mason's Clients Always Innocent? The Criminal Lawyer's Moral Dilemma - The Criminal Defendant Who Tells His Lawyer He is Guilty, Randolph Braccialarghe 39 VAL. U. L. REV. 65 (2004)

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Labor and Finance as Inevitably Transnational: Globalization Demands a Sophisticated and Transnational Lens, Timothy A. Canova, Claire Moore Dickerson, and Katherine V.W. Stone 41 San Diego L. Rev. 109 (2004)

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A Public View of Attorney Discipline in Florida: Statistics, Commentary, and Analysis of Disciplinary Actions against Licensed Attorneys in the State of Florida From 1988-2002, Debra Curtis and Billie Jo Kaufman 28 Nova Law Review 669 (2004)

This article is intended to serve as a commentary and analysis of a public-eye view of disciplinary actions taken against licensed attorneys in the State of Florida during the past 15 years. The idea for this statistical review arose in 2002, prompted by discussions regarding self-regulation of various professions following ... Read more

Submissions from 2003

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Freeing the Innocent: Obtaining Post-Conviction DNA Testing in Florida, Catherine Arcabascio 28 NOVA L. REV. 61 (2003)

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Bring on 'Da Noise: The Sec's Proposals Concerning Professional Conduct for Attorneys Under Sarbanes-Oxley, Marilyn Blumberg Cane and Sarah Smith Kelleher

In the wake of Enron's and numerous other corporate scandals, Congress enacted the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which empowered the Securities and Exchange Commission (the Commission) to establish rules of professional conduct for attorneys who appear before it. In November 2002, the Commission released a proposal where attorneys would be required to ... Read more

The Democratic Legitimacy in Human Rights: The Future of International Decision-Making, Douglas Lee Donoho 21 WisInt'lLJ 1 (2003)

Douglas Donoho, The Democratic Legitimacy in Human Rights: The Future of International Decision-Making, 21 Wisconsin International Law Journal 1 (2003).

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Normative Copyright: A Conceptual Framework for Copyright Philosophy & Ethics, Jon M. Garon 88 CornellLRev 101 (2003)

As copyright issues have moved towards the forefront of popular culture, trade, and the Supreme Court docket, we have lost sight of the first principles framed copyright’s development. This article reviews and identifies legal and conceptual framework that serves as the legal foundation for recognition of copyright and the social ... Read more

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The Law of Lying: The Difficulty of Pursuing Perjury Under the Federal Perjury Statutes, Linda F. Harrison

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Law, Instrumental Music, and Dance: Reflections of a Common Culture, Michael L. Richmond XXVII Legal Stud. F. 783 (2003)

Submissions from 2002

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The Phenomenon of Substitution and the Statute Quia Emptores, Ronald B. Brown 46 ST. LOUIS U. L. J. 699 (2002)

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The Electronic Jungle: The Application of Intellectual Property Law to Distance Education, Jon M. Garon 4 VandJEntLPrac 146 (2002)

Submissions from 2001

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Global Governments and Democratization, John B. Anderson

Part of the "The Institute for Global Legal Studies Inaugural Colloquium: The UN and the Protection of Human Rights" paper series.

"From the history of the United Nations, John B. Anderson turns to issues of governance. The former Congressman, 1980 independent candidate for President of the United States, and now ... Read more

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The Use of Video-Conferencing Technology in Legal Education: A Practical Guide, Catherine Arcabascio 6 Va. J.L. & Tech. 1 (2001)

This article explores the use of advanced computer technologies to offer distance learning programs in United States law schools. It begins with an explanation of the original distance learning methods and differentiates them from current methods that incorporate computer-based technologies. The article also explains the different types of technologies available ... Read more

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Florida's Foster Care System Fails Its Children, Timothy L. Arcaro

This article will attempt to draw attention to the pervasive problem of child sexual abuse in foster care by identifying circumstances that contribute to sexual victimization. Hopefully the discussion will illuminate the plight of child victims of sexual abuse and generate discourse on a new paradigm of protection initiatives for ... Read more

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Traits and Tools for Ethical Environmental Advocates in Florida, Brion L. Blackwelder 17 J. LAND USE & ENVTL. L. 67 (2001)

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Property Law: 2001 Survey of Florida Law, Ronald B. Brown and Joseph M. Grohman 26 NOVA L. REV. 109 (2001)

Autonomy, Self-Governance, and the Margin of Appreciation: Developing a Jurisprudence of Diversity Within Universal Human Rights, Douglas Lee Donoho 15 EmoryInt'lLRev 391 (2001)

Douglas Donoho, Autonomy, Self-Governance, and the Margin of Appreciation: Developing a Jurisprudence of Diversity Within Universal Human Rights, 15 Emory International Law Review 391 (2001).

Human Rights and Development in the 21st Century: The Complex Path to Peace and Democracy, Douglas Lee Donoho 7 ILSAJInt'l&CompL 605 (2001)

Douglas Donoho, Human Rights and Development in the 21st Century: The Complex Path to Peace and Democracy, 7 ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law 605 (2001).

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Reviewing Church and State in Bourbon Mexico: The Diocese of Michoacan, 1749-1810 (1994) by David A. Brading, Jose R. "Beto" Juarez

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Escape to Alcatraz: What Self-Guided Museum Tours Can Show Us About Teaching Legal Research, James B. Levy

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Universal City Studios, Inc. v. Reimerdes: Promoting the Progress of Science and the Useful Arts by Demoting the Progress of Science and the Useful Arts?, Eric W. Young

Submissions from 2000

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2000 Survey of Florida Law: Real Property, Ronald B. Brown and Joseph M. Grohman 25 NOVA L. REV. 115 (2000)

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Survey of Florida Law: Real Property, Ronald B. Brown and Joseph M. Grohman 24 NOVA L. REV. 267 (2000)

Financial Liberalization, International Monetary Dis/Order, and the Neoliberal State, Timothy A. Canova 15 AmUInt'lLRev 1279 (2000)

Timothy Canova, Financial Liberalization, International Monetary Dis/Order, and the Neoliberal State, 15 American University International Law Review 1279 (2000). This article started as a plenary paper that was presented to the annual International Economic Law conference of the American Society of International Law. The conference itself posed the question of ... Read more

Global Finance and the International Monetary Fund's Neoliberal Agenda: The Threat to the Cultural Pluralism of Latina/o Communities, Timothy A. Canova 33 UCDavisLRev 1547 (2000)

Timothy Canova, Global Finance and the International Monetary Fund's Neoliberal Agenda: The Threat to the Cultural Pluralism of Latina/o Communities, 33 University of California Davis Law Review 1547 (2000). This Article places recent Lat-Crit scholarship in an institutional and inter-disiplinary context. It serves not just as an indictment of the ... Read more

The Disorders of Unrestricted Capital Mobility, and the Limits of the Orthodox Imagination, Timothy A. Canova 9 MinnJGlobalTrade 1035 (2000)

Timothy Canova, The Disorders of Unrestricted Capital Mobility, and the Limits of the Orthodox Imagination, 9 Minnesorta Journal of Global Trade 1035 (2000). This book review provides a critique of Robert Solomon's' Money on the Move: The Revolution in International Finance since 1980'. According to the reviewer, Solomon has written ... Read more

Submissions from 1999

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Survey of Florida Law: Real Property, Ronald B. Brown 24 NOVA L. REV. 267 (1999)

Banking and Financial Reform at the Crossroads of the Neoliberal Contagion, Timothy A. Canova 14 AmUInt'lLRev 1571 (1999)

Timothy Canova, Banking and Financial Reform at the Crossroads of the Neoliberal Contagion, 14 American University International Law Review 1571 (1999). At the time of publication, this article provided the most in-depth critique of capital account liberalization in any U.S. law journal. The article stemmed from a paper presented by ... Read more

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The American Tradition of Language Rights, ¡Que Viva Texas!: The Forgotten Right to Government in a “Known Tongue”, Jose R. "Beto" Juarez 1 Scholar 45 (1999)

Submissions from 1998

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Campaign Finance: The Impact on the Legislative and Regulatory Process, John B. Anderson

During a Senate campaign more than four decades ago, revelations of a $5,000 contribution offer to Senator Karl Mundt of South Dakota precipitated a Senate investigation. At that time, Congress was considering legislation dealing with the regulation of natural gas. The discovery of the contribution offer ignited such a furor ... Read more

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Property Law: 1998 Survey of Florida Law, Ronald B. Brown and Joseph M. Grohman 23 NOVA L. REV. 229 (1998)

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The Director's Choice: The Fine Line Between Interpretation and Infringement of an Author's Work, Jon M. Garon 12 ColumVLAJLArts 277 (1998)

Submissions from 1997

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Property Law: 1997 Survey of Florida Law, Ronald B. Brown and Joseph M. Grohman 22 NOVA L. REV. 269 (1997)

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Real Estate Brokers: Shouldering New Burdens, Ronald B. Brown and Joseph M. Grohman 11 PROB. & PROP. 14 (1997)

Ranking Law Reviews by Author Prominence - Ten Years Later, Phyllis G. Coleman 39 ArizLRev 15 (1997)

Phyllis Coleman, Ranking Law Reviews by Author Prominence - Ten Years Later, 39 Arizona Law Review 15 (1997).

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Media and Monopoly in the nformation Age: Slowing the Convergence at the Marketplace of Ideas, Jon M. Garon 17 CardozoArtsEntLJ 491 (1997)

Submissions from 1996

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Whatever Happened to the Uniform Land Transactions Act?, Ronald B. Brown 20 NOVA L. REV. 1017 (1996)

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Property Law: 1996 Survey of Florida Law, Ronald B. Brown and Joseph M. Grohma 21 NOVA L. REV. 279 (1996)

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Buyers Beware: Statutes Shield Real Estate Brokers and Sellers Who Do Not Disclose that Properties are Psychologically Tainted, Ronald B. Brown and Thomas H. Thurlow III 49 OKLA. L. REV. 625 (1996)

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Remembering Arthur: Some Suggestions for Law School Academic Support Programs, Kathy Cerminara 21 Thurgood Marshall Law Review 249 (1996)

Evolution or Expediency: The United Nations' Response to the Disruption of Democracy, Douglas Lee Donoho 29 CornellInt'lLJ 329 (1996)

Douglas Donoho, Evolution or Expediency: The United Nations' Response to the Disruption of Democracy, 29 Cornell International Law Journal 329 (1996).

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Star Wars: Film Permitting, Prior Restraint and Government's Role in the Entertainment Industry, Jon M. Garon 17 LoyLAEntLJ1 1 (1996)

Submissions from 1995

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Property Law: 1995 Survey of Florida Law, Ronald B. Brown, Joseph M. Grohman, and Manuel R. Valcarcel IV 20 NOVA L. REV. 257 (1995)

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Real Estate Brokerage: Recent Changes in Relationships and a Proposed Cure, Ronald B. Brown, Joseph M. Grohman, and Manuel R. Valcarcel 29 CREIGHTON L. REV. 25 (1995)

The Transformation of U.S. Banking and Finance: From Regulated Competition to Free Market Receivership, Timothy A. Canova 60 BrookLRev 1295 (1995)

Timothy Canova, The Transformation of U.S. Banking and Finance: From Regulated Competition to Free Market Receivership, 60 Brooklyn Law Review 1295 (1995). This article offers a critique of the deregulation of banking and finance that started with the breakdown of the Bretton Woods regime of fixed exchange rates during the ... Read more

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The American Tradition of Language Rights: The Forgotten Right to Government in a Known Tongue, Jose R. "Beto" Juarez 13 Law & Inequality 443 (1995)