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When Does a Retroactive Decrease in the Frequency of Parole Reconsideration Hearings Violate the Ex Post Facto Clause?
(Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases, 2000)
Professor Van Cleave previews Garner v. Jones, a Georgia, which raises the issue of whether the retroactive decrease in the frequency of parole reconsideration hearings violate the ex post facto clause of the Constitution? ...
Probate and Trusts: Case Law Update & Statutory Update
The first part of the article is a case law update which discusses judicial developments relating to the Texas law of intestacy, wills, estate administration, trusts, and other estate planning matters during the survey ...
Teaching Materials on Estate Planning
A casebook comprehensively reviewing the estate planning process.
In Re Moot Court
This article explains why moot court programs are important, how moot court board members are selected, and discusses moot court competitions at the state, regional, and national levels.
Fifth Circuit Guide to Redemption and Removal Jurisdiction
(Texas Tech Law Review, 2000)
The Fifth Circuit's 1999 term was action packed with significant employee benefit issues. The court abrogated Burks v. Amerada Hess Corp., limited Pierre v. Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., issued one en banc decision, ...
An introduction to the first publication of the Texas Tech Administrative Law Journal.
Professionalizing Legal Citation: The ALWD Citation Manual
There is widespread use of the Bluebook by practitioners, law reviews, and law schools. However, inconsistencies within the Bluebook as well as frequent new editions create problems for those trying to follow proper legal ...
Administrative Law: Cases and Materials 5th Edition
(LexisNexis / Matthew Bender, 2000)
This book is designed with the problems of pedagogy in mind. The materials are arranged to assist students to appreciate the relationships underlying various administrative-law doctrines. The materials also are intended ...
Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure—Media Ride-Alongs Into the Home: Can They Survive a Head-On Collision Between First and Fourth Amendment Rights?
Millions of viewers have tuned in nightly over the last decade to experience the new phenomenon called "reality television." From the safe confines of their living room easy chairs, viewers can participate in daring rescue ...
Soul for Sale: An Empirical Study of Associate Satisfaction, Law Firm Culture, and the Effects of Billable Hour Requirements
(UMKC Law Review, 2000)
This article analyzes the results of an empirical study to illustrate the effect of billable hour requirements on associate satisfaction and law firm culture. Part I briefly describes the survey design and the general ...