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51 BAYLOR LAW REVIEW, NO. 4, FALL, 1999.

George, James P. Parallel litigation. 51 Baylor L. Rev. 769-986 (1999).

Gingiss, Randall J. Putting a stop to "asset protection" trusts. 51
Baylor L. Rev. 987-1033 (1999).

Polak, Celeste. Note. Negligent misrepresentation: liability for Texas
attorneys. (McCamish, Martin, Brown & Loeffler v. F.E. Appling Interests,
991 S.W.2d 787, Tex. 1999.) 51 Baylor L. Rev. 1035-1061 (1999).

Schiffer, Cynthia S. Note. The allowance of independent tort causes of
actions in divorce proceedings in light of ... (Schlueter v. Schlueter,
975 S.W.2d 584, Tex. 1998.) 51 Baylor L. Rev. 1063-1086 (1999).

Williams, C. Scott. Note. Schools, peer sexual harassment, Title IX, and
... (Davis v. Monroe County Bd. of Educ., 119 S. Ct. 1661, 1999.) 51
Baylor L. Rev. 1087-1113 (1999).

Worner, Martha. Note. The taking of a parolee's Fourth Amendment right
to privacy. (Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole v. Scott, 524
U.S. 357, 1998.) 51 Baylor L. Rev. 1115-1148 (1999).

Wiist, W. Michael. Comment. Trust income: separate or community
property? 51 Baylor L. Rev. 1149-1184 (1999).



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8 CORNELL JOURNAL OF LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY, NO. 3, SPRING, 1999.

Schwartz, Victor E. The remoteness doctrine: a rational limit on tort
law. 8 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 421-443 (1999).

Morse, Edward A. Reflections on the rule of law and "clear reflections of
income": what constrains discretion? 8 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 445-539
(1999).

Ryan, Maureen. Fair use, and academic expression: rhetoric, reality and
restriction on academic freedom. 8 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 541-590
(1999).

Apelbaum, Perry H. and Samara T. Ryder. The third wave of federal tort
reform: protecting the public or pushing the constitutional envelope? 8
Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 591-659 (1999).

Zucker, Bruce and Kurt Saunders. Counteracting identity fraud in the
Information Age: the Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act. 8
Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 661-675 (1999).



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85 CORNELL LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, MARCH, 2000.

Garvey, Stephen P., Sheri Lynn Johnson and Paul Marcus. Correcting deadly
confusion: responding to jury inquiries in capital cases. 85 Cornell L.
Rev. 627-655 (2000).

Schapiro, Robert A. Judicial deference and interpretive coordinacy in
state and federal constitutional law. 85 Cornell L. Rev. 656-716 (2000).

Hillman, Robert A. The limits of behavior decision theory in legal
analysis: the case of liquidated damages. 85 Cornell L. Rev. 717-738
(2000).

Rachlinski, Jeffrey J. The "new" law and psychology: a reply to critics,
skeptics, and cautious supporters. 85 Cornell L. Rev. 739-766 (2000).

Alexander, Gregory S. A cognitive theory of fiduciary relationships. 85
Cornell L. Rev. 767-785 (2000).

Mayer, David C. Note. Reviewing national security clearance decisions:
the clash between Title VII and Bivens claims. 85 Cornell L. Rev. 786-821
(2000).

Nathan, Alison J. Note. At the intersection of domestic violence and
guns: the public interest exception and the Lautenberg Amendment. 85
Cornell L. Rev. 822-858 (2000).

Solum, Lawrence B. The value of dissent. (Reviewing Steven H. Shiffrin,
Dissent, Injustice, and the Meanings of America.) 85 Cornell L. Rev. 859-
881 (2000).



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24 DELAWARE JOURNAL OF CORPORATE LAW, NO. 3, PP. 787-1326, 1999.

Johnson, Lyman. Rethinking judicial review of director care. 24 Delaware
J. Corp. L. 787-833 (1999).

Reed, John L., Bruce N. Telles and Matthew M. Rosini. Directors'and
officers'liability for Y2K: a corporate governance litigation bear and a
securities litigation bull? 24 Delaware J. Corp. L. 835-880 (1999).

McTear, Brian J. Comment. Has the evolution of the poison pill come to
an end? (Carmody v. Toll Brothers, Inc., 723 A.2d 1180, Del. Ch. 1998;
Mentor Graphics Corp. v. Quickturn Design Systems, Inc., 728 A.2d 25, Del.
Ch. 1998.) 24 Delaware J. Corp. L. 881-917 (1999).

Hilbert, Catherine Ann. Comment. Parent corporation liability under
CERCLA. (United States v. Bestfoods, 524 U.S. 51, 1998.) 24 Delaware J.
Corp. L. 919-938 (1999).

Unreported Cases. 24 Delaware J. Corp. L. 939-1326 (1999).

Cumulative Index. 24 Delaware J. Corp. L. ii-xxii (1999).



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35 GONZAGA LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, PP. 1-144, 1999/00.

Reinhardt, Hon. Stephen. William O. Douglas Lecture. Whose ox is gored?
35 Gonz. L. Rev. 1-20 (1999/00).

Henderson, Joann. Bankruptcy disaster relief: a Chapter 13 debtor's
right to use insurance proceeds to repair or replace collateral. 35 Gonz.
L. Rev. 21-73 (1999/00).

Lorello, D. David, Jr. Comment. The Abandoned Shipwreck Act of 1987:
navigating through the fog. 35 Gonz. L. Rev. 75-98 (1999/00).

Perkins, Kyle Lawrence. Comment. Attorney advertising: the marketing of
legal services in the twenty-first century. 35 Gonz. L. Rev. 99-119
(1999/00).

Andersson, Magnus. Note. The Supreme Court moves one step closer to
abandoning the warrant requirement. (Wyoming v. Houghton, 119 S. Ct.
1297, 1999.) 35 Gonz. L. Rev. 121-143 (1999/00).



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18 JOHN MARSHALL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER & INFORMATION LAW, NO. 1, FALL, 1999.

Banisar, David and Simon Davies. Global trends in privacy protection: an
international survey of privacy, data protection, and surveillance laws
and developments. 18 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 1-111 (1999).

Saladi, Indira. Note. Computer software: patentable subject matter
jurisprudence comes of age. (State Street Bank & Trust Co. v. Signature
Financial Group, Inc., 149 F.3d 1368, Fed. Cir. 1998, cert. denied, 119
U.S. 851, 1999.) 18 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 113-139 (1999).

Kolhatkar, Sonali. Comment. Yersterday's love letters are today's best
sellers: fair use & the war among authors. 18 J. Marshall J. Computer &
Info. L. 141-179 (1999).

1999 John Marshall National Moot Court Competititon in Information
Technology and Privacy Law. 18 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 181-273
(1999).

Trubow, George B., and editors Ann Liebschutz and Maria Pope. Whether
the provider of an online archive of previously published information
can be considered the publisher of that information, as defined by 47
U.S.C. section 230(c), and therefore, liable for public disclosure of
private facts. 18 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 181-194 (1999).

South Texas College of Law. Brief for the petitioner. 18 J. Marshall
J. Computer & Info. L. 195-234 (1999).

Levin College of Law, University of Florida. Brief for the respondent.
18 J. Marshall J. Computer & Info. L. 235-273 (1999).



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1999 JOURNAL OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION, NO. 2, PP. 115-266.

Greenebaum, Edwin H. On teaching mediation. 1999 J. Disp. Resol. 115-
151.

Mayer, Matt A. The use of mediation in employment discrimination cases.
1999 J. Disp. Resol. 153-172.

Ahrens, Ann E. Note. Non-union member complaints to calculation of
agency shop fees: arbitration or judicial relief? (Air Line Pilots Ass'n
v. Miller, 523 U.S. 866, 1998.) 1999 J. Disp. Resol. 173-189.

Johnson, Suzanne H. Note. FAA pre-emption: when should conflicting
state law be pre-empted by the FAA? (Weston Securities Corp. v. Aykanian,
703 N.E.2d 1185, Mass. App. Ct. 1998.) 1999 J. Disp. Resol. 191-201.

O'Dell, Ryan D. Note. Federal court positively adopts a federal common
law testimonial privilege for mediation: is it justified? (Folb v.
Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plans, 16 F. Supp. 2d 1164, C.D.
Cal. 1998.) 1999 J. Disp. Resol. 203-217.

Recent Developments: The Uniform Arbitration Act. Student Project.
Contributors: Jamie K. Hunt, Ashley E. Radcliffe, Jeffrey B. Williams and
Kimberly Yates. 1999 J. Disp. Resol. 219-266.



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3 JOURNAL OF LAW & SOCIAL CHALLENGES, NO. 1, SPRING, 1999.

Genetic Engineering and the Human Future. 3 J.L. & Soc. Challenges 1-214
(1999).

Academic Analysis

Kaufman, Eydith J. Hitler on the horizon: an analysis of germ-line
genetic therapy. 3 J.L. & Soc. Challenges 1-24 (1999).

Tall, Susan. Student article. Legal and ethical implications of human
procreative cloning. 3 J.L. & Soc. Challenges 25-56 (1999).

Rose, Katrina C. The gay gene: the key to dismantling laws which
criminalize consensual sexual activity or the precursor to a new wave of
good ol' all-American eugenics? 3 J.L. & Soc. Challenges 57-87 (1999).

Khan, Zeshan Q. Student article. Colonialism revisited: insights into
the Human Genome Diversity Project. 3 J.L. & Soc. Challenges 89-125
(1999).

Commentary

Babula, Jared. Comment. Transgenic crops: a modern Trojan Horse. 3
J.L. & Soc. Challenges 127-137 (1999).

McGee, Glenn. Genetic imagination: ethics and 21st century genetics.
3 J.L. & Soc. Challenges 139-146 (1999).

International Insight

Hymowitz, Lori J. International restrictions on human cloning research.
3 J.L. & Soc. Challenges 147-160 (1999).

Public Policy

Kahn, Michael I. Clowning around with clones: the moral and legal
implications of human cloning. 3 J.L. & Soc. Challenges 161-177 (1999).

Waldbaum, Joseph. Student article. DNA databanks in Massachusetts:
will the Declaration of Rights provide the Nation's first successful
constitutional challenge? 3 J.L. & Soc. Challenges 179-214 (1999).



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62 LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS, NO. 3, SUMMER, 1999.

Challenges to Corporate Governance. Michael Bradley, Cindy A. Schipani,
Anant K. Sundaram and James P. Walsh, Special Editors. 62 Law & Contemp.
Probs. 1-271 (1999).

Bradley, Michael, Cindy A. Schipani, Anant K. Sundaram and James P.
Walsh. Foreword. 62 Law & Contemp. Probs. 1-8 (1999).

Bradley, Michael, Cindy A. Schipani, Anant K. Sundaram and James P.
Walsh. The purposes and accountability of the corporation in
contemporary society: corporate governance at a crossroads. 62 Law &
Contemp. Probs. 9-86 (1999).

Logue, Dennis E. and James K. Seward. Anatomy of a governance
transformation: the case of Daimler-Benz. 62 Law & Contemp. Probs. 87-
111 (1999).

Fox, Merritt B. Required disclosure and corporate governance. 62 Law &
Contemp. Probs. 113-127 (1999).

Dunfee, Thomas W. Corporate governance in a market with morality. 62
Law & Contemp. Probs. 129-157 (1999).

Sommer, A.A., Jr. Comment on Dunfee. 62 Law & Contemp. Probs. 159-161
(1999).

Fort, Timothy L. and James J. Noone. Banded contracts, mediating
institutions, and corporate governance: a naturalist analysis of
contractual theories of the firm. 62 Law & Contemp. Probs. 163-213
(1999).

Thompson, Robert B. Preemption and federalism in corporate governance:
protecting shareholder rights to vote, sell, and sue. 62 Law & Contemp.
Probs. 215-242 (1999).

DeMott, Deborah A. The figure in the landscape: a comparative sketch
of directors'self-interested transactions. 62 Law & Contemp. Probs. 243-
271 (1999).



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25 LAW & SOCIAL INQUIRY, NO. 1, WINTER, 2000.

Calavita, Kitty. The paradoxes of race, class, identity, and "passing":
enforcing the Chinese Exclusion Acts, 1882-1910. 25 Law & Soc. Inquiry 1-
40 (2000).

Chambliss, Elizabeth and Christopher Uggen. Men and women of elite law
firms: reevaluating Kanter's legacy. 25 Law & Soc. Inquiry 41-68 (2000).

Kihnley, Jennie. Unraveling the ivory fabric: institutional obstacles to
the handling of sexual harassment complaints. 25 Law & Soc. Inquiry 69-90
(2000).

Hirschl, Ran. The political origins of judicial empowerment through
constitutionalization: lessons from four constitutional revolutions. 25
Law & Soc. Inquiry 91-149 (2000).

Ertman, Martha M. Oscar Wilde: paradoxical poster child for both
identity and post-identity. (Reviewing Michael S. Foldy, The Trials of
Oscar Wilde.) 25 Law & Soc. Inquiry 153-183 (2000).

Kenney, Sally J. Puppeteers or agents? What Lazarus's Closed Chambers
adds to our understanding of law clerks at the U.S. Supreme Court.
(Reviewing Edward Lazarus, Closed Chambers: The First Eyewitness Account
of the Epic Struggles Inside the Supreme Court.) 25 Law & Soc. Inquiry
185-226 (2000).

Bogoch, Bryna. Discourse dilemmas and courtroom control: the talk of
trial judges. (Reviewing Susan U. Philips, Ideology in the Language of
Judges: How Judges Practice Law, Politics and Courtroom Control; and
Martha L. Komter, Dilemmas in the Courtroom: A Study of Trials of
Violent Crime in the Netherlands.) 25 Law & Soc. Inquiry 227-247 (2000).

Linenthal, Edward T. The contested landscape of American memorialization.
(Reviewing Sanford Levinson, Written in Stone: Public Monuments in
Changing Societies.) 25 Law & Soc. Inquiry 249-262 (2000).

Goldberg, Carole. A law of their own: Native challenges to American law.
(Reviewing John William Sayer, Ghost Dancing the Law: The Wounded Knee
Trials; Sidney L. Harring, Crow Dog's Case: American Indian Sovereignty,
Tribal Law, and United States Law in the Nineteenth Century; and Robert A.
Williams, Jr., Linking Arms Together: American Indian Treaty Visions of
Law and Peace, 1600-1800.) 25 Law & Soc. Inquiry 263-284 (2000).

Book Notes. 25 Law & Soc. Inquiry 285-294 (2000).



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43 NEW YORK LAW SCHOOL LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, PP. 223-652, 1999.

Nelson, William E. From morality to equality: judicial regulation of
business ethics in New York, 1920-1980. 43 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 223-300
(1999).

Schwartz, Martin A. New York City zones out free expression. 43 N.Y.L.
Sch. L. Rev. 301-313 (1999).

The New York Court of Appeals 1998 Case Compilation. 43 N.Y.L. Sch. L.
Rev. 315-383 (1999).

Lake, Peter F. Bad boys, bad men, and bad case law: re-examining the
historical foundations of no-duty-to-rescue rules. 43 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev.
385-450 (1999).

Sinclair, M.B.W. Postmodern argumentation: deconstructing the
presidential age limitation. 43 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 451-521 (1999).

Bohorquez, Fernando A., Jr. Note. The price of PICS: the privatization
of Internet censorship. 43 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 523-565 (1999).

Foster, Pamela O'Kane. Note. Lobbying on the Internet and the Internal
Revenue Code's regulation of charitable organizations. 43 N.Y.L. Sch. L.
Rev. 567-608 (1999).

Sim, Anna. Note. To waive or not to waive: New York and federal law on
waiver of the right to compel arbitration. 43 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 609-632
(1999).

Sulkes, Joel. Note. Defining the insurance broker's exposure to
professional liability lawsuits in New York. (Murphy v. Kuhn, 682 N.E.2d
972, N.Y. 1997.) 43 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 633-651 (1999).



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5 PSYCHOLOGY, PUBLIC POLICY, AND LAW, NO. 1, MARCH, 1999.

Special Theme: Daubert's Meaning for the Admissibility of Behavioral and
Social Science Evidence. Guest Editors: Daniel W. Shuman and Bruce D.
Sales 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 3-242 (1999).

Shuman, Daniel W. and Bruce D. Sales. The impact of Daubert and its
progeny on the admissibility of behavioral and social science evidence.
5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 3-15 (1999).

Blanck, Peter David and Heidi M. Berven. Evidence of disability after
Daubert. 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 16-40 (1999).

Frolik, Lawrence A. Science, common sense, and the determination of
mental capacity. 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 41-58 (1999).

Lipton, Jack P. The use and acceptance of social science evidence in
business litigation after Daubert. 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 59-77
(1999).

Krauss, Daniel A. and Bruce D. Sales. The problem of "helpfulness" in
applying Daubert to expert testimony: child custody determinations in
family law as an exem-plar. 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 78-99 (1999).

Slobogin, Christopher. The admissibility of behavioral science
information in criminal trials: from primitivism to Daubert to voice.
5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 100-119 (1999).

Schopp, Robert F., Mario J. Scalora and Marc Pearce. Expert testimony
and professional judgment: psychological expertise and commitment as a
sexual predator after Hendricks. 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 120-174
(1999).

Mark, Melvin M. Social science evidence in the courtroom: Daubert and
beyond? 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 175-193 (1999).

Tenopyr, Mary L. A scientist-practitioner's viewpoint on the
admissibility of behavioral and social scientific information. 5
Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 194-202 (1999).

Saxe, Leonard and Gershon Ben-Shakhar. Admissibility of polygraph
tests: the application of scientific standards post-Daubert. 5
Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 203-223 (1999).

Grove, William M. and R. Christopher Barden. Protecting the integrity
of the legal system: the admissibility of testimony from mental health
experts under Daubert/Kumho analyses. 5 Psychol. Pub. Pol'y & L. 224-
242 (1999).



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37 SAN DIEGO LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, FEBRUARY-MARCH, 2000.

Patterson, Mark R. The market power requirement in antitrust rule of
reason cases: a rhetorical history. 37 San Diego L. Rev. 1-46 (2000).

Koppel, Glenn S. A tale of two counties: divergent responses in Los
Angeles and Orange County Superior Courts to the ban on electronic
recording in California Court Reporters Ass'n v. Judicial Council. 37 San
Diego L. Rev. 47-100 (2000).

O'Melinn, Liam Seamus. The sanctity of association: the corporation and
individualism in American law. 37 San Diego L. Rev. 101-165 (2000).

Silecchia, Lucia Ann. Integrating spiritual perspectives with the law
school experience: an essay and an invitation. 37 San Diego L. Rev. 167-
209 (2000).

Babin, Jane K. Comment. Adequate special education: do California
schools meet the test? 37 San Diego L. Rev. 211-291 (2000).



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40 SANTA CLARA LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, PP. 325-615, 2000.

Boyd, Steven S. Deriving originality in derivative works: considering
the quantum of originality needed to attain copyright protection in a
derivative work. 40 Santa Clara L. Rev. 325-378 (2000).

Facter, Jeffrey S. Fashioning a coherent demand rule for derivative
litigation in California. 40 Santa Clara L. Rev. 379-408 (2000).

Moberly, Michael D. For whom Bell tolls: a decedent's right to section
1983 pain and suffering damages in the Ninth Circuit. 40 Santa Clara L.
Rev. 409-471 (2000).

Foster, Nicolas R. The seaworthiness trilogy: carriage of goods,
insurance, and personal injury. 40 Santa Clara L. Rev. 473-510 (2000).

Bucklin, Christopher. Comment. Trademarking "Jeet Kune Do". 40 Santa
Clara L. Rev. 511-546 (2000).

Alabanza, Valerie S. Comment. When are settlement communications
protected as "offers to compromise" under Rule 408? 40 Santa Clara L.
Rev. 547-573 (2000).

Morse, Joshua D. Comment. Public policy is never a substitute for
statutory clarity: rejecting the notion that pre-petition attorney-fee
debts are dischargeable in Chapter 7 bankruptcies. 40 Santa Clara L. Rev.
575-607 (2000).

Morgan, Rebecca C. Book review. (Reviewing Derek Humphry and Mary
Clement, Freedom to Die: People, Politics and the Right-to-Die Movement.)
40 Santa Clara L. Rev. 609-615 (2000).



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10 SETON HALL JOURNAL OF SPORT LAW, NO. 1, PP. 1-204, 2000.

Dewland, Richard and Joseph Majka. Joe DiMaggio: the Yankee Clipper has
left and gone away. 10 Seton Hall J. Sport L. 1-7 (2000).

Light, Alfred R. Conscripting state law to protect volunteers: the odd
formulation of federalism in "opt-out" preemption. 10 Seton Hall J. Sport
L. 9-64 (2000).

Galluzzi, David. The doping crisis in international athletic competition:
lessons from the Chinese doping scandal in women's swimming. 10 Seton
Hall J. Sport L. 65-110 (2000).

Couch, Bryan. Comment. How agent competition and corruption affects
sports and the athlete-agent relationship and what can be done to control
it. 10 Seton Hall J. Sport L. 111-137 (2000).

Bacon, Robert. Comment. Initial public offerings and professional sports
teams: the regulations work, but are owners and investors listening? 10
Seton Hall J. Sport L. 139-166 (2000).

Dunning, William C. Note. Antitrust law--baseball--the sale and
relocation of a professional baseball franchise is an integral aspect of
the sport and therefore exempt from antitrust law so that civil
investigative demands cannot be enforced. (Minnesota Twins Partnership v.

State of Minnesota, 592 N.W.2d 847, Minn. 1999.) 10 Seton Hall J. Sport L. 167-185 (2000).


Cohen, Melissa. Note. Tort law--recreational activity--standard of care-
-
co-participants in recreational activities owe each other a duty not to
act recklessly. (Ritchie-Gamester v. City of Berkley, 597 N.W.2d 517,
Mich. 1999.) 10 Seton Hall J. Sport L. 187-204 (2000).




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28 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, PP. 439-716, 1999.

Norwood, John M. and Marianne M. Jennings. Before declaring bankruptcy,
move to Florida and buy a house: the ethics and judicial inconsistencies
of debtor's conversions and exemptions. 28 Sw. U. L. Rev. 439-479 (1999).

Spak, Michael I. and Jonathon P. Tomes. Courts-martial: time to play
taps? 28 Sw. U. L. Rev. 481-541 (1999).

Strahilevitz, Lior J. Student article. Controlling the costs of
alternative medicine. 28 Sw. U. L. Rev. 543-598 (1999).

Goldenberg, Catherine L. Comment. Sudden infant death syndrome as a mask
for murder: investigating and prosecuting infanticide. 28 Sw. U. L. Rev.
599-626 (1999).

Nadell, Ronnie Beth. Comment. Anti-abortion protestors, injunctions, and
the suffocation of free speech in California. (Planned Parenthood Shasta-
Diablo, Inc. v. Williams (Shasta-Diablo II), 898 P.2d 402, Cal. 1995,
cert. denied, 520 U.S. 1133, 1997.) 28 Sw. U. L. Rev. 627-649 (1999).

Orr, Juliette K. Comment. Multiple personality disorder and the criminal
court: a new approach. 28 Sw. U. L. Rev. 651-676 (1999).

Arnold, Donald E. Note. Abating the flood: how the California
Legislature stopped the reign of ... (Estrada v. Workers'Compensation
Appeals Board, 69 Cal. Rptr. 2d 176, Ct. App. 1997.) 28 Sw. U. L. Rev.
677-716 (1999).



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52 STANFORD LAW REVIEW, NO. 4, APRIL, 2000.

Prosecuting Violence: A Colloquy on Race, Community, and Justice. 52
Stan. L. Rev. 751-871 (2000).

Delgado, Richard. Goodbye to Hammurabi: analyzing the atavistic appeal
of restorative justice. 52 Stan. L. Rev. 751-775 (2000).

Harris, Angela P. Gender, violence, race, and criminal justice. 52
Stan. L. Rev. 777-807 (2000).

Alfieri, Anthony V. Prosecuting violence/reconstructing community. 52
Stan. L. Rev. 809-871 (2000).

Friedman, Richard D. A presumption of innocence, not of even odds. 52
Stan. L. Rev. 873-887 (2000).

Grantmore, Gil. The death of contra. 52 Stan. L. Rev. 889-893 (2000).

Hightower, Susan. Note. Sex and the peremptory strike: an empirical
analysis of J.E.B. v. Alabama's first five years. 52 Stan. L. Rev. 895-
928 (2000).

McGill, Matthew D. Note. Unleashing the limited public forum: a modest
revision to a dysfunctional doctrine. 52 Stan. L. Rev. 929-957 (2000).

Goldsmith, Jack. Sovereignty, international relations theory, and
international law. (Reviewing Stephen D. Krasner, Sovereignty: Organized
Hypocrisy.) 52 Stan. L. Rev. 959-986 (2000).



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72 TEMPLE LAW REVIEW, NO. 3, FALL, 1999.

Emerging Issues in State Constitutional Law. 72 Temp. L. Rev. 555-772
(1999).

Foreword
Garibaldi, Hon. Marie L. The vexing problem of state constitutional
law. 72 Temp. L. Rev. 555-559 (1999).

Ledewitz, Bruce. When federal law is also state law: the implications
for state constitutional law: methodology of footnote seven in
Commonwealth v. Matos. 72 Temp. L. Rev. 561-596 (1999).

Beck, Hon. Phyllis W. and Patricia A. Daly. State constitutional
analysis of pretext stops: racial profiling and public policy concerns.
72 Temp. L. Rev. 597-618 (1999).

Dinan, John. The state constitutional tradition and the formation of
virtuous citizens. 72 Temp. L. Rev. 619-672 (1999).

Baker, John S., Jr. State police powers and the federalization of local
crime. 72 Temp. L. Rev. 673-713 (1999).

Pellegrino, Mary Ellen. The protection of prenatal life: tort claims
of wrongful birth or wrongful life and equal protection under
Pennsylvania's Constitution. 72 Temp. L. Rev. 715-741 (1999).

Cooper, Amy B. Case note. Criminal procedure--the Pennsylvania Supreme
Court declines an invitation to join the federal circuit trend towards
diminished Fourth Amendment protections. (Commonwealth v. Jackson, 698
A.2d 571, Pa. 1997.) 72 Temp. L. Rev. 743-772 (1999).



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68 UMKC LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, FALL, 1999.

Bough, Stephen R. and student Andrea G. Bough. Conflict of laws and multi-
state class actions: how variations in state law affect the predominance
requirement of Rule 23(b)(3). 68 UMKC L. Rev. 1-28 (1999).

Guggenheim, Jack Achiezer and Aaron D. Werbel. Confidentially speaking:
why the psychotherapist-patient privilege should include Employee
Assistance Program ("EAP") counselors. 68 UMKC L. Rev. 29-48 (1999).

Lazzarotti, Joseph J. Public use or public abuse. 68 UMKC L. Rev. 49-75
(1999).

Rubin, Scott J. Comment. The Internet and the legal battlegrounds of the
future: from Internet domain names to Internet keywords. 68 UMKC L. Rev.
77-113 (1999).

Sherer, Christopher E. Note. Respondeat superior liability in Missouri
for injuries sustained as a result of police pursuits: section 537.600
and ... (Stanley v. City of Independence, No. WD 55019, 1998 WL 526381,
Mo. Ct. App. Aug. 25, 1998.) 68 UMKC L. Rev. 115-143 (1999).

Brown, Michael E. Note. Missouri close corporations: proposals to
strengthen protections for minority shareholders. 68 UMKC L. Rev. 145-167
(1999).

Carpenter, Gale Humphrey. Note. Overriding the psychologist-client
privilege in child custody disputes: are anyone's best interests being
served? 68 UMKC L. Rev. 169-184 (1999).



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30 UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, WINTER, 2000.

Dedication: The Honorable Jerome Turner. Dedications by Glen Reid, Jr.,
Leo Bearman, Jr., J. Brook Lathrum and Paul Summers. 30 U. Mem. L. Rev.
229-237 (2000).

Coleman, Lex A. Just how "formal" does an insured's "demand" have to be
under Tennessee's insurer bad-faith statute anyway? An argument for why
written formal demand should be required under section 56-7 I05(a) of the
Tennessee Code. 30 U. Mem. L. Rev. 239-298 (2000).

Kordesh, Maureen Straub. Reinterpreting ABA Standard 302(f) in light of
the Multistate Performance Test. 30 U. Mem. L. Rev. 299-336 (2000).

Pettigrew, Alice Marie. Note. The constitutionality of an income tax in
Tennessee. 30 U. Mem. L. Rev. 337-362 (2000).

Gifford, Christina N. Note. The Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act.
30 U. Mem. L. Rev. 363-408 (2000).

Chism, Lance R. Note. Bivens-type actions under state constitutions--
will Tennessee give you a remedy? 30 U. Mem. L. Rev. 409-438 (2000).

Fulks, Todd L. Comment. Torts: the Tennessee Supreme Court allows
recovery of parental consortium in wrongful death actions. (Jordan v.
Baptist Three Rivers Hospital, 984 S.W.2d 593, Tenn. 1999.) 30 U. Mem. L.
Rev. 439-456 (2000).

Nuttall, Courtney E. Comment. Torts: the public duty doctrine and its
special duty exception in the face of the Governmental Tort Liabilities
Act. (Matthews v. Pickett County, 996 S.W.2d 162, Tenn. 1999.) 30 U.
Mem. L. Rev. 457-474 (2000).



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34 UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, MARCH, 2000.

Bazyler, Michael J. Nuremberg in America: litigating the Holocaust in
United States courts. 34 U. Rich. L. Rev. 1-283 (2000).

Strum, Philippa. Change and continuity on the Supreme Court:
conversations with Justice Harry A. Blackmun. 34 U. Rich. L. Rev. 285-304
(2000).

Barnes, Jennifer L. Casenote. The practice of pediatrics in pedagogy?
The costly combination in ... (Cedar Rapids Community School District v.
Garret F., 119 S. Ct. 992, 1999.) 34 U. Rich. L. Rev. 305-328 (2000).

Meadows, Erin Morris. Casenote. Better-off walking: Wyoming v. Houghton
exemplifies what Acevedo failed to rectify. (Wyoming v. Houghton, 119 S.
Ct. 1297, 1999.) 34 U. Rich. L. Rev. 329-358 (2000).



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35 WAKE FOREST LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, SPRING, 2000.

Business Law Symposium: Executive Compensation. 35 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1-
229 (2000).

Loewenstein, Mark J. The conundrum of executive compensation. 35 Wake
Forest L. Rev. 1-30 (2000).

Thomas, Randall S. and Kenneth J. Martin. The determinants of
shareholder voting on stock option plans. 35 Wake Forest L. Rev. 31-81
(2000).

Yablon, Charles M. and Jennifer Hill. Timing corporate disclosures to
maximize performance-based remuneration: a case of misaligned
incentives? 35 Wake Forest L. Rev. 83-122 (2000).

Perry, Tod and Marc Zenner. CEO compensation in the 1990s: shareholder
alignment or shareholder expropriation? 35 Wake Forest L. Rev. 123-152
(2000).

Stabile, Susan J. Viewing corporate executive compensation through a
partnership lens: a tool to focus reform. 35 Wake Forest L. Rev. 153-
229 (2000).

McAninley, Krista J. Note. Is Merlin envious or has a valid exception to
section 357(c) of the Internal Revenue Code been revealed? (Peracchi v.
Commissioner, 143 F.3d 487, 9th Cir. 1998.) 35 Wake Forest L. Rev. 231-
249 (2000).



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39 WASHBURN LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, WINTER, 2000.

Larson, Edward J. The Foulston & Siefkin Lecture. Tales of death:
storytelling in the physician-assisted suicide litigation. 39 Washburn
L.J. 159-183 (2000).

Jones, Richard E. Brown v. Board of Education: concluding unfinished
business. 39 Washburn L.J. 184-195 (2000).

Lowry, Kirk W. A discrete and insular minority: behind the headlines of
Murphy v. United Parcel Service, Inc. 39 Washburn L.J. 196-206 (2000).

Levine, Bruce. Conversations. 39 Washburn L.J. 207-211 (2000).

Koepke, Jennifer E. Note. The failure to breach the blue wall of
silence: the circling of the wagons to protect police perjury. 39
Washburn L.J. 211-242 (2000).

Petulla, Bill. Comment. Dead precedent? The shortcomings of Delgado v.
American Multi-Cinema, Inc. and its long term impact. (Delgado v.
American Multi-Cinema, Inc., 85 Cal. Rptr. 2d 838, Ct. App. 1999.) 39
Washburn L.J. 243-254 (2000).

Smith-Duer, Barbara M. Comment. Too disabled or not disabled enough:
between a rock and a hard place after ... (Murphy v. United Parcel
Service, Inc., 119 S. Ct. 2133, 1999.) 39 Washburn L.J. 255-272 (2000).

Washburn, Daniel. Comment. Student-initiated religious speech in public
schools. (Chandler v. James, 180 F.3d 1254, 11th Cir. 1999.) 39 Washburn
L.J. 273-287 (2000).

Wilbur, Amy E. Comment. The effect of domestic violence on parental
rights in Kansas after ... (In re Adoption of A.P., 982 P.2d 985, Kan. Ct.
App. 1999.) 39 Washburn L.J. 288-303 (2000).



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77 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY LAW QUARTERLY, NO. 4, WINTER, 1999.

[Colloquy on the New Legal Process.] 77 Wash. U. L.Q. 993-1098 (1999).

Krotoszynski, Ronald J., Jr. The new legal process: games people play
and the quest for legitimate judicial decision making. 77 Wash. U. L.Q.
993-1052 (1999).

Ware, Stephen J. Arbitration and assimilation. 77 Wash. U. L.Q. 1053-
1063 (1999).

Spitko, E. Gary. Judge not: in defense of minority-culture
arbitration. 77 Wash. U. L.Q. 1065-1085 (1999).

Moohr, Geraldine Szott. Opting in or opting out: the new legal process
or arbitration. 77 Wash. U. L.Q. 1087-1098 (1999).

Ragazzo, Robert A. Toward a Delaware common law of closely held
corporations. 77 Wash. U. L.Q. 1099-1151 (1999).

Engel, Kathleen C. Moving up the residential hierarchy: a new remedy for
an old injury arising from housing discrimination. 77 Wash. U. L.Q. 1153-
1198 (1999).

Luby, Joseph W. Reining in the "junior varsity Congress": a call for
meaningful judicial review of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. 77 Wash.
U. L.Q. 1199-1290 (1999).

Carey, Jay E. Note. Improving the efficacy of CITES by providing the
proper incentives to protect endangered species. 77 Wash. U. L.Q. 1291-
1322 (1999).

Marsh, Andrea K. Note. Sacrificing patients for profits: physician
incentives to limit care and ERISA fiduciary duty. 77 Wash. U. L.Q. 1323-
1342 (1999).

Pinto, Rebecca A. Note. The public interest and private financing of
criminal prosecutions. 77 Wash. U. L.Q. 1343-1368 (1999).

Abramov, Kirill Y. Recent development. The Eighth Circuit adopts the
"sliding scale" standard of review when a conflicted plan administrator
denies ERISA-protected benefits. (Woo v. Deluxe Corp., 144 F.3d 1157, 8th
Cir. 1998.) 77 Wash. U. L.Q. 1369-1382 (1999).



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109 YALE LAW JOURNAL, NO. 6, APRIL, 2000.

Tributes: Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr. and Judge John Minor Wisdom. 109
Yale L.J. 1207-1278 (2000).

Marshall, Burke. In remembrance of Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr. and John
Minor Wisdom. 109 Yale L.J. 1207-1218 (2000).

Garrow, David J. Visionaries of the law: John Minor Wisdom and Frank
M. Johnson, Jr. 109 Yale L.J. 1219-1236 (2000).

Krotoszynski, Ronald J., Jr. Equal justice under law: the
jurisprudential legacy of Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr. 109 Yale L.J.
1237-1251 (2000).

Lewis, John. Reflections of Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr. 109 Yale L.J.
1253-1256 (2000).

Thompson, Myron H. Measuring a life: Frank Minis Johnson, Jr. 109
Yale L.J. 1257-1259 (2000).

Barnett, Robert B. John Minor Wisdom: "O rare". 109 Yale L.J. 1261-
1265 (2000).

Black, Allen D. Judge Wisdom, the great teacher and careful writer.
109 Yale L.J. 1267-1272 (2000).

Wisdom, John Minor. Wisdom's idiosyncrasies. 109 Yale L.J. 1273-1278
(2000).

Whitman, James Q. Enforcing civility and respect: three societies. 109
Yale L.J. 1279-1398 (2000).

Bressman, Lisa Schultz. Schechter Poultry at the millennium: a
delegation doctrine for the administrative state. 109 Yale L.J. 1399-1442
(2000).

Silver, Charles and Frank B. Cross. What's not to lie about being a
lawyer? (Reviewing Arthur L. Liman, Lawyer: A Life of Counsel and
Controversy.) 109 Yale L.J. 1443-1503 (2000).

Iwasaka, Ryan M.T. Note. From Cahakrabarty to chimeras: the growing
need for evolutionary biology in patent law. 109 Yale L.J. 1505-1534
(2000).


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