VOLUME 21 | SUMMER 2002 | NUMBER 3

Ethical Legal Writing
Wayne Schiess
Abstract

Law in Texas Literature: Texas Justice --- Judge Roy Bean Style
Shawn E. Tuma
Abstract

Equitable Estoppel as a Basis for Compelling Nonsignatories to Arbitrate -- A Bridge Too Far?
J. Douglas Uloth & J. Hamilton Rial, III

Money (It's What They Want): Quantifying Damage Awards for Foreign Tort Victims in United States Admiralty Courts
John M. Barcus

Comparative Fault in Legal Malpractice and Insurance Bad Faith: An Argument for Symmetry
Larry Garrett

At All Costs: Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Statutes and the Clergy-Communicant Privilege
Shannon O'Malley


VOLUME 21 | SPRING 2002 | NUMBER 2

Privacy for Prospective Jurors at What Price? Distinguishing Privacy Rights form Privacy Interests; Rethinking Procedures to Protect Privacy in Civil and Criminal Cases
Karen Monsen

Protecting U.S. Oil Companies from Lawsuits Brought by Foreign Offshore Oil and Gas Workers: A Report on the Effects of the 1982 Amendment to the Jones Act
David W. Robertson and Chari Lynn Kelly
Abstract

The Application of the Loss of Chance Doctrine in Class Actions
Paul Speaker
Abstract

Texas Independence: The Lone Star State Serves as an Example to Other Jurisdictions as it Rejects Mixed-Motive Defenses to Batson Challenges
Geoffrey A. Gannaway
Abstract

OPA's Reach: The Geographic Scope of "Navigable Waters" Under the Oil Pollution Act of 1990
Kevin Batik

When Almost Famous Just Isn't Famous Enough: Understanding Fame in the Federal Trademark Dilution Act as a Term of Art Requiring Minimal Distinctiveness
Daniel E. Mangis

Loss of Academic Freedom on the Internet: The Fourth Circuit's Decision in Urofsky v. Gilmore
Kate Williams


VOLUME 21 | WINTER 2005 | NUMBER 1

Pleading Rules in Antitrust Cases: A Return to Fact Pleading?
Edward Cavanagh

Who Should Guard the Guardians? A New Approach for Monitoring Class Action Lawyers
Alon Klement

Damages Liability in Special Education Cases
Mark C. Weber

Why Crocodiles, Elephants, and American Citizens Should Prefer Foreign Courts: A Comparative Analysis of Standing to Sue
Matt Handley

The Future of Mediation Confidentiality in Texas: Shedding Light on a Murky Situation
Greg Dillard

Death of a Trademark: Genericide in the Digital Age
Sung In
Abstract

Unprecedented: The Eighth Circuit Repaves Antiquas Vias with a New Constitutional Doctrine
Christian F. Southwick


           
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