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Retreats for Improved Library Management: The Basics
(Trends in Law Library Management and Technology, 1990)
This article discusses the importance of library staff taking the time to attend a retreat in order to tackle the problems they currently face. Mr. Torres explains the purpose behind a retreat and the various types of ...
Italy, in Criminal Procedure: A Worldwide Study
(Carolina Academic Press, 1999)
Provides an in-depth discussion of criminal procedure in Italy, focusing primarily on police procedures, including stops, searches, arrests, and interrogation.
Standby Letters of Credit: Review and Update
(Uniform Commercial Code Law Journal, 1991)
This article serves as a review and an update for those who are not engaged in international trade but who find standby credits of increasing significance in various transactions. The author discusses the sources of law ...
Continued Vitality of IRAC
(The Second Draft, 1995)
Professor Soonpaa acknowledges that IRAC is useful, even effective, for taking law school exams, but emphasizes that experienced legal writers should use IRAC more as a guideline rather than a hard-lined rule as 1L’s do.
Variety - The Spice of Life
(The Second Draft, 1997)
Professor Soonpaa recommends that law professors add variety to their teaching so they can reach students who learn material in different ways.
The Law of Cultural Property and Natural Heritage: Protection, Transfer, and Access
(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 ...
Realism, Responsibility, and the Good Lawyer: Niebuhrian Perspectives on Legal Ethics
(Notre Dame Law Review, 1992)
What makes professional ethics challenging is that professionals act on behalf of other people, not for themselves. This dynamic is at the center of the debate over whether a good lawyer can be a good person. When lawyers ...
Local Land Use Regulation of Extractive Industries: Evolving Judicial and Regulatory Approaches
(UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, 1996)
Counties, long the weak sister of sub-state governmental units, are now being given the full panoply of police powers. Population trends show an increase in rur-urban development, bringing people into contact with existing ...
Must Jury Instructions Clearly Explain the Consequences of a Jury's Failure to Reach a Unanimous Verdict as to Either Life Imprisonment or Death?
(Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases, 1999)
Professor Van Cleave previews Jones v. United States, a case that originated in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and found at 527 U.S. 373 (1999).
Criminal Law and Procedure (Fifth Circuit Survey: June 1988 - May 1989)
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1990)
Professor Bubany reviews the significance criminal law opinions released by the 5th Circuit during the 1988-1989 term. Topics include sentencing guidelines, search and seizure, ineffective assistance of counsel, statutory ...