VOLUME 19 | SUMMER 2000 | NUMBER3

Don't Roll in My Parade: The Impact of Sports and Entertainment Cases on Public Awareness and Understanding of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Laura F. Rothstein
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The ADA and Section 1983: Walking Hand in Hand
James C. Harrington
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Closing the Floodgates: The Employee's Duty to Mitigate and Why Working Is Not a Major Life Activity
Mark R. Freitas

The Constitutional Status of ADA: An Examination of Alsbrook v. City of Maumelle In Light of Recent Supreme Court Decisions Concerning the 11th Amendment
Sarah E. Sutor & Susan Elizabeth Grant Hamilton

Judges and Juries: Why Are So Many ADA Plaintiffs Losing Summary Judgment Motions, and Would They Fare Better Before a Jury? A response to Professor Colker
Jeffrey A. Van Detta & Dr. Dan R. Gallipeau

ADA Overview and Update: What Has the Supreme Court Done to Disability Law?
Diane L. Kimberlin and Linda Ottinger headley

Solicitation in Class Actions: Should Class Certification Be Denied Because Class Counsel Solicited the Class Representative?
Kelly Buechler

Can Deterrence Play a Positive Role in Defamation Law?
Jonathan Garret Erwin

Emplyoee's Panacea or Pandora's Box? An Analysis of Bragdon v. Abbott and Its Likely Effects Upon Claims Under Title I of the ADA
Rex J. Zgarba


VOLUME 19 | SPRING 2000 | NUMBER 2

The Perplexing Problem with Criminal Monetary Penalties in Federal Courts
The Honorable W. Royal Furgeson, Jr., Catharine M. Goodwin, & Stephanie Lynn Zucker

Kumho Tire: The Battle of the Experts Continues
Richard T. Stilwell

Filling the Federal Appellate Openings on the 9th Circuit
Carl Tobias

Where's the Beef? A Reconciliation of Commercial Speech and Defamation Cases in the Context of Texas's Agricultural Disparagement Law
Eric Jan Hansum
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Legislating Religious Liberty Locally: The Possibility of Compelling Conflicts
Cheryl Rubenstein

Life of the Triparty: Why Flat-Fee Independent Counsel Might Just Make Everyone (More or Less) Happy
Chris S. Stacy

The State Political Processes Theory of the 11th Amendment
J. Brian King


VOLUME 19 | WINTER 2000 | NUMBER 1

Public School Finance, School Choice, and Equal Educational Opportunity in Texas: The Enduring Importance of Background Conditions
John J. Janssen

Removal and the Special Appearance - Which to Do First?
David F. Johnson

Tick, Tock: Rules on the Removal Clock
Matthew J. Mussalli

Utilizing E-Mail as Business Records Under the Texas Rules of Evidence
Robert L. Paddock

Where There's Smoke, There Must Be Fire: Rights of the Accused Sexual Harasser
Cynthia Wilson Veidt

Yield Spread Premium Class Actions Under RESPA: Confusion Predominates
Brian A. Wahl

Charter Schools: Public or Private? An Application of the Fourteenth Amendment's State Action Doctrine to These Innovative Schools
Jason Lance Wren
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