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    • The Year’s Developments in Civil Procedure 

      Crump, David L.; Crump, Susan Waite (Texas Tech Law Review, 1985)
      Surveys cases decided by the Fifth Circuit related to civil procedure from July 1983, through June 1984, not including jurisdictional questions, choice of law issues, or other areas that are covered in a separate article ...
    • The You Bet Metaphorical Reconstructionalist School 

      Benson, Daniel H. (Journal of Legal Education, 1987)
      This is a dialogue between “Fred” and “Bill” that typifies the deeper insights of The You Bet Metaphorical Reconstructionalist School (YBMRS). The YBMRS is a response to the Critical Legal Studies movement. The dialogue ...
    • You Can’t Write Without Research: The Role of Research Instruction in the Upper-Level Writing Requirement 

      Drake, Alyson M. (Florida Coastal Law Review, 2017)
      This article examines the role legal research instruction should play in the American Bar Association's upper-level writing requirement. It argues that, despite the importance that research plays in most types of writing ...
    • Your Administrative Case is Going to Mediation: Are You Ready? 

      Schultz, Susan B. (Texas Tech Journal of Texas Administrative Law, 2005)
      This article is designed to prepare attorneys for ADR proceedings in administrative cases. It starts by familiarizing the reader with certain ADR processes and the legal framework that supports their use in Texas government. ...
    • Your Trust-Worthy Pet 

      Beyer, Gerry W. (2008-03-10)
      This article gives background and guidance on how to be a pet-friendly estate planner. The author also gives thirteen key points to consider before deciding to choose a traditional pet trust.
    • Zoning Regulations That Exclude Segments of the Region’s Population of the Basis of Wealth Are Presumptively Invalid 

      Brown, Deborah Loran (Texas Tech Law Review, 1975)
      Examines a New Jersey Supreme Court case, Southern Burlington County NAACP v. Mount Laurel. This case invalidated the zoning provisions of the New Jersey suburb of Mount Laurel. This suburb had a regulatory scheme that was ...