VOLUME 5 | SPRING/SUMMER 1986 | NUMBERS 2 & 3

Judicial Attitudes: Pylons for the Advocate
Hon. Patrick E. Higginbotham

What Do the Federal Courts Do?
Steven Flanders

Litigating a Novel Course and Scope of Employment Issues: INA of Texas v. Bryant
J. Thomas Sullivan

Complex Litigation: Cases and Materials on Advanced Civil Procedure by R. Marcus & E. Sherman
David Crump

Different Standards and Conflicting Results: A Re-evaluation of the Frye Test for Admitting Novel Scientific Evidence in Light of Decisions Involving Spectrographic Evidence Introduction
Dirk Eshleman

Nonstenographic Means of Recording Depositions: The Aging of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(4)
A. Lawrence Schechter


VOLUME 5 | WINTER 1986 | NUMBER 1

Introduction
Editors

Sweatt v. Painter, the end of Segregation, and the Transformation of Education Law
Jonathan L. Entin

Procedures and Preferences: Remedies for Employment Discrimination
George Rutherglen
Abstract

The Bad Faith-Harassment Exception to the Younger Doctrine: Exploring the Emptry Universe
C. Keith Wingate

Integration of the Legal Aid and Fee-Shifting Exceptions to the American Rule: A Proposal for Amending the Legal Services Coporation Act
Christopher Brancart and Deborah Watson


           
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