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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Brandt, Alf W. An environmental water account: the California experience. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 426-456 (2002). [L][W]

Gillon, Kara. Watershed down?: The ups and downs of watershed management in the Southwest. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 395-425 (2002). [L][W]

Schoenhard, Paul M. Note. Disclosure of government information online: a new approach from an existing framework. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 497-520 (2002). [L][W]

Wertkin, Jeffrey A. Note. Reintroducing compromise to the nondelegation doctrine. 90 Geo. L.J. 1055-1086 (2002). [L][W]

Governmental Law. (Student survey.) 31 Sw. U. L. Rev. 465-485 (2002). [L][W]


ADMIRALTY

See: TULANE MARITIME LAW JOURNAL below.

Lee, Eun Sup. The changing liability system of sea carriers and maritime insurance: focusing on the enforcement of the Hamburg Rules. 15 Transnat'l Law. 241-255 (2002). [L][W]


AIR AND SPACE LAW

Fisher, Daniel I. Note. "Super jumbo" problem: Boeing, Airbus, and the battle for the geopolitical future. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 865-892 (2002). [L][W]


ANIMAL LAW

Wise, Steven M. Rattling the Cage defended. 43 B.C. L. Rev. 623-696 (2002). [L][W]


ARTS AND LITERATURE

See: TRANSNATIONAL LAWYER below.

Edelstein, Michael R. Does time bring perspective? Love Canal at the age of twenty. (Reviewing Allan Mazur, A Hazardous Inquiry: The Rashomon Effect at Love Canal.) 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 309-319 (2001). [L][W]

Symposium: Beyond Napster--The Future of the Digital Commons. Introduction by Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker; articles by Grace J. Bergen, Scott Hervey, Matthew G. Jacobs, Michael S. Mireles, Scott W. Pink and Jed Scully. 15 Transnat'l Law. 257-322 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Transnational Lawyer.)


BANKING AND FINANCE

Bradlow, Daniel D. Should the international financial institutions play a role in the implementation and enforcement of international humanitarian law? 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 695-729 (2002). [L][W]

Koontz, Mark R. Recent development. Manufactured homes under U.C.C. Revised Article 9: a new conflict between certificates of title and financing statements. 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1829-1844 (2002). [L][W]

Wilmarth, Arthur E., Jr. The transformation of the U.S. financial services industry, 1975-2000: competition, consolidation, and increased risks. 2002 U. Ill. L. Rev. 215-476. [L][W]


BANKRUPTCY LAW

Cox, Roger S. Bankruptcy and creditors' rights. 55 SMU L. Rev. 703-717 (2002). [L][W]

Tung, Frederick. After Orange County: reforming California municipal bankruptcy law. 53 Hastings L.J. 885-929 (2002). [L][W]


BIOGRAPHY

See: SOUTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW below.

Products Liability Law Symposium in Memory of Professor Gary T. Schwartz. Introduction. Bibliography of Gary T. Schwartz; memorials by David G. Owen, Robert E. Keeton and Joseph A. Page. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 777-814 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for South Carolina Law Review.)


CIVIL RIGHTS

Cunningham, Clark D., Glenn C. Loury and John David Skrentny. Passing strict scrutiny: using social science to design affirmative action programs. 90 Geo. L.J. 835-882 (2002). [L][W]

Dean, Kimberly E. Note. In light of the evil presented: what kind of prophylactic antidiscrimination legislation can Congress enact after Garrett? 43 B.C. L. Rev. 697-738 (2002). [L][W]

Dunson, Marvin III. Comment. Sex, gender, and transgender: the present and future of employment discrimination law. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 465-505 (2001). [L][W]

Greenberg, Jack. Affirmative action in higher education: confronting the condition and theory. 43 B.C. L. Rev. 521-621 (2002). [L][W]

Hernandez, Tanya Kateri. Multiracial matrix: the role of race ideology in the enforcement of antidiscrimination laws, a United States-Latin America comparison. 87 Cornell L. Rev. 1093-1176 (2002). [L][W]

McAninch, Benjamin D. Comment. Removing the thumb from the scale: the Eleventh Circuit summary judgment standard for disparate treatment cases in the wake of ... (Chapman v. A1 Transport, 229 F.3d 1012, 11th Cir. 2000.) 53 Ala. L. Rev. 949-962 (2002). [L][W]

O'Brien, Justin P. Note. Weighing temporal proximity in Title VII retaliation claims. 43 B.C. L. Rev. 741-781 (2002). [L][W]

Prestes, Brian S. Student article. Disciplining the Americans with Disabilities Act's direct threat defense. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 409-463 (2001). [L][W]

Ranen, Jeffrey Scott. Note. Was blind but now I see: the argument for ADA applicability to the Internet. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 389-418 (2002). [L][W]

Robinson, Gerard Toussaint. Can the spirit of Brown survive in the era of school choice? A legal and policy perspective. 45 How. L.J. 281-336 (2002). [L][W]


COMMERCIAL LAW

Koontz, Mark R. Recent development. Manufactured homes under U.C.C. Revised Article 9: a new conflict between certificates of title and financing statements. 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1829-1844 (2002). [L][W]

Krahmer, John. Commercial transactions. 55 SMU L. Rev. 747-774 (2002). [L][W]

Rambarran, Ian A. Comment. I accept, but do they? ... The need for electronic signature legislation on Mainland China. 15 Transnat'l Law. 405-436 (2002). [L][W]

Scully, Jed. Beyond Napster--is it just music? Or are judicial resolutions ineffective in digital commerce? 15 Transnat'l Law. 313-322 (2002). [L][W]

White, James J. Reverberations from the collision of tort and warranty. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1067-1084 (2002). [L][W]


COMMUNICATIONS LAW

Cappalli, Richard B. Bringing Internet information to court: of "legislative facts". 75 Temp. L. Rev. 99-123 (2002). [L][W]

Gilmer, Lillian Roe. Note. Japan's Communications Interception Act: unconstitutional invasion of privacy or necessary tool? 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 893-923 (2002). [L][W]

Salimipour, Negin. Comment. The challenge of regulating hate and offensive speech on the Internet. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 395-421 (2001- 2002). [L][W]

Taslitz, Andrew E. The Fourth Amendment in the twenty-first century: technology, privacy, and human emotions. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 125-187 (2002). [L][W]

Wilson, Scot. Comment. Corporate criticism on the Internet: the fine line between anonymous speech and cybersmear. 29 Pepp. L. Rev. 533-584 (2002). [L][W]


COMPARATIVE LAW

See: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW below.
See: AUSTRALIA JOURNAL OF ASIAN LAW below.
See: BOSTON COLLEGE THIRD WORLD LAW JOURNAL below.
See: PACIFIC RIM LAW & POLICY JOURNAL below.

Coleman, Linda O'Neil. Comment. The European Union: an appropriate model for a precautionary approach? 25 Seattle U. L. Rev. 609-635 (2002). [L][W]

Crimm, Nina J. Shortcomings in U.S. federal tax regulatory regime of private foundations: insights for Australia. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 749-799 (2002). [L][W]

Dong, Hee Suh. Recent developments in Korean maritime law: improved shipowner's remedy in wrongful arrest. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 631-690 (2002). [L][W]

Engle, Eric Allen. When is fair use fair?: A comparison of E.U. and U.S. intellectual property law. 15 Transnat'l Law. 187-225 (2002). [L][W]

Feng, Ziaoquing. A review of the development of marriage law in the People's Republic of China. 79 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 331-398 (2002). [L][W]

Gilmer, Lillian Roe. Note. Japan's Communications Interception Act: unconstitutional invasion of privacy or necessary tool? 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 893-923 (2002). [L][W]

Heffernan, Liz. The Treaty of Nice: arming the courts to defend a European Bill of Rights? 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 189-221 (2002). [L][W]

Hernandez, Tanya Kateri. Multiracial matrix: the role of race ideology in the enforcement of antidiscrimination laws, a United States-Latin America comparison. 87 Cornell L. Rev. 1093-1176 (2002). [L][W]

Kim, Kwang-Rok. How do you settle business disputes with Koreans?: The advent of a new amendment to the Korean Arbitration Act. 15 Transnat'l Law. 227-240 (2002). [L][W]

Kurczewski, Jacek and Barry Sullivan. The Bill of Rights and the emerging democracies. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 251-294 (2002). [L][W]

Kusunoki, Shigeki. Shaping an anti-monopoly law sanction regime against cartels or bid collusion: a perspective on Japan's choice. 79 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 399-414 (2002). [L][W]

Ladutke, Lawrence Michael. Expression for and against the vigilante death squad Sombre Negra. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 283-309 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Marler, David F.H. The treatment, by the Federal Court of Canada, of demise and equivalent identity of carrier clauses in liner bills of lading. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 597-608 (2002). [L][W]

McElfresh, Malgorzata. Comment. European Union sanctions against Austria: was an assault on Austria an assault on democracy? 79 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 449-478 (2002). [L][W]

Minow, Martha. Isaac Marks Memorial Lecture. Education for co-existence. 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 1-29 (2002). [L][W]

Morales, Omar. Transfer pricing in Chile: a comparison of the OECD Guidelines and U.S. regulations. 79 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 415-431 (2002). [L][W]

Pentsov, Dmirtri A. Maritime liens, rights of retention, and mortgage of vessels under the legislation of the Russian Federation. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 609-630 (2002). [L][W]

Perez, Geronimo. Comment. Argentina's Supreme Court enters the political fray in a move aimed at surviving the public calls for impeachment. (Takko c/Freddo S.A., ___Fallos___, Feb. 1, 2002.) 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 357-372 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Rambarran, Ian A. Comment. I accept, but do they? ... The need for electronic signature legislation on Mainland China. 15 Transnat'l Law. 405-436 (2002). [L][W]

Sadurski, Wojciech. PostCommunist charters of rights in Europe and the U.S. Bill of Rights. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 223-250 (2002). [L][W]

Stapleton, Jane. Bugs in Anglo-American products liability. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1225-1261 (2002). [L][W]

Tiberg, Hugo. Developments in the Swedish Maritime Law: 1999-2000. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 641-665 (2002). [L][W]

Vilas, Carlos M. By their own hands: mass lynchings in contemporary Mexico. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 311-333 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Wallach, Lori M. Accountable governance in the era of globalization: the WTO, NAFTA, and international harmonization of standards. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 823-865 (2002). [L][W]

Yu, Ping. Glittery promise vs. dismal reality: the role of a criminal lawyer in the People's Republic of China after the 1996 revision of the Criminal Procedure Law. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 827-864 (2002). [L][W]


COMPUTER LAW

See: TRANSNATIONAL LAWYER below.

Comerford, Michael E. Note. B2B Web sites, antitrust concerns, and the rule of reason. 75 St. John's L. Rev. 649-671 (2001). [L][W]

Etzioni, Amitai. Implications of select new technologies for individual rights and public safety. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 257-290 (2002). [L][W]

McPhie, David. Book note. (Reviewing Stuart Biegel, Beyond Our Control? Confronting the Limits of Our Legal System in the Age of Cyberspace.) 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 539-552 (2002). [L][W]

Ranen, Jeffrey Scott. Note. Was blind but now I see: the argument for ADA applicability to the Internet. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 389-418 (2002). [L][W]

Stajer, Michael. Note. Anticompetitive concerns of Internet based B2B marketplaces: information sharing, collusion and monopsony power. 53 Hastings L.J. 965-986 (2002). [L][W]

Symposium: Beyond Napster--The Future of the Digital Commons. Introduction by Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker; articles by Grace J. Bergen, Scott Hervey, Matthew G. Jacobs, Michael S. Mireles, Scott W. Pink and Jed Scully. 15 Transnat'l Law. 257-322 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Transnational Lawyer.)


CONFLICT OF LAWS

See: GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL below.

Symeonides, Symeon C. Choice of law in the American courts in 2001: fifteenth annual survey. 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 1-95 (2002). [L][W]

[Choice of Law.] Articles by Andrew T. Guzman, Erin Ann O'Hara, Paul B. Stephan and Andrew T. Guzman. 90 Geo. L.J. 883-984 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Georgetown Law Journal.)


CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

See: LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS below.

Cover, Avidan Y. Note. A rule unfit for all seasons: monitoring attorney-client communications violates privilege and the Sixth Amendment. 87 Cornell L. Rev. 1233-1258 (2002). [L][W]

Farber, Daniel A. Who killed Lochner? (Reviewing G. Edward White, The Constitution and the New Deal.) 90 Geo. L.J. 985-1007 (2002). [L][W]

Holt, Angela. Comment. From my cold dead hands: Williams v. Pryor and the constitutionality of Alabama's anti-vibrator law. (Williams v. Pryor, 240 F.3d 944, 11th Cir. 2001.) 53 Ala. L. Rev. 927-947 (2002). [L][W]

Junji, Annen. Constitutionalism as a political culture. Translated by Lee H. Rousso. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 561-576 (2002). [L][W]

Makki, Batoul. Note. The United States Supreme Court holds indefinite detention of deportable aliens to be unconstitutional: where do they go from here? (Zadvydas v. Davis, 533 U.S. 678, 2001.) 79 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 479-501 (2002). [L][W]

Powers, Scott T. Case note. Commerce--a retreat from clarity: the Supreme Court adds a wrinkle to the "aggregated effects" doctrine of its Commerce Clause jurisprudence. (United States v. Morrison, 519 U.S. 598, 2000.) 75 Temp. L. Rev. 163-200 (2002). [L][W]

Reisman, W. Michael. Unratified treaties and other unperfected acts in international law: constitutional functions. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 729-747 (2002). [L][W]

Selmi, Michael. Remedying societal discrimination through the spending power. 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1575-1652 (2002). [L][W]

Sobel, Richard. The demeaning of identity and personhood in national identification systems. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 319-387 (2002). [L][W]

Tarr, Andrew W.J. Recent development. Picture it: red light cameras abide by the Law of the Land. 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1879-1896 (2002). [L][W]

Woodruff, James J., II. Merchants, traders, and pirates: the birth of the Admiralty Clause. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 563-579 (2002). [L][W]

Enduring and Empowering: The Bill of Rights in the Third Millennium. James E. Coleman, Jr. and Barry Sullivan, Special Editors. Foreword by the Special Editors; articles by Robert M. O'Neil, W. Bradley Wendel, Susan Gellman, Akhil Reed Amar, Brannon P. Denning, Glenn H. Reynolds, Andrew E. Taslitz, Liz Heffernan, Wojciech Sadurski, Jacek Kurczewski and Barry Sullivan. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 1-294 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Law and Contemporary Problems.)


CONSUMER PROTECTION LAW

Alle-Murphy, Linda. Comment. Are compulsory arbitration clauses in consumer contracts enforceable? A contractual analysis. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 125-161 (2002). [L][W]

Ferrill, A. Michael, Kelly L. Majors and Leslie Sara Hyman. Deceptive trade practices--Consumer Protection Act. 55 SMU L. Rev. 861-890 (2002). [L][W]


CONTRACTS

Alle-Murphy, Linda. Comment. Are compulsory arbitration clauses in consumer contracts enforceable? A contractual analysis. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 125-161 (2002). [L][W]

Belcher, Dennis I. and Laura O. Pomeroy. A practitioner's guide for negotiating, drafting and enforcing premarital agreements. 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 1-28 (2002). [L][W]

Coldwell, Deborah S. et al. Franchise law. 55 SMU L. Rev. 1075-1111 (2002). [L][W]

Frakes, Aron J. Note. Surety bad faith: tort recovery for breach of a construction performance bond. 2002 U. Ill. L. Rev. 497-527. [L][W]

Haupt, Erika L. For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer: premarital agreement case studies. 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 29-43 (2002). [L][W]

Reed, Toni Scott and Austin D. Jones. Construction and surety law. 55 SMU L. Rev. 775-802 (2002). [L][W]

Contract Law. (Student survey.) 31 Sw. U. L. Rev. 357-366 (2002). [L][W]


CORPORATIONS

See: DELAWARE JOURNAL OF CORPORATE LAW below.

Carrio, Alejandro. The Argentine Supreme Court ruled "there are no crimes" and former President Menem walked away: that's what friends are for. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 271-281 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Coldwell, Deborah S. et al. Franchise law. 55 SMU L. Rev. 1075-1111 (2002). [L][W]

Conn, Kathleen. When school management companies fail: righting educational wrongs. 31 J.L. & Educ. 245-269 (2002). [L][W]

Dyson, Stephanie F. Comment. The clash between corruption and codes of conduct: the corporate role in forging a human rights standard. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 335-360 (2002). [L][W]

Eggart, James H. Note. Replacing the sword with a scalpel: the case for a bright-line rule disallowing the application of lack of marketability discounts in shareholder oppression cases. 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 213-246 (2002). [L][W]

Epstein, Richard A. Imperfect liability regimes: individual and corporate issues. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1153-1174 (2002). [L][W]

Paust, Jordan J. Human rights responsibilities of private corporations. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 801-825 (2002). [L][W]

West, Glenn D. and Brandy L. Treadway. Corporations. 55 SMU L. Rev. 803- 823 (2002). [L][W]

Wilson, Scot. Comment. Corporate criticism on the Internet: the fine line between anonymous speech and cybersmear. 29 Pepp. L. Rev. 533-584 (2002). [L][W]


COURTS

See: FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL below.

Bertran, Michele. Judicial ombudsman: solving problems in the courts. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2099-2116 (2002). [L][W]

Strauss, Peter L. 2001 Daniel J. Meador Lecture. Courts or tribunals? Federal courts and the common law. 53 Ala. L. Rev. 891-925 (2002). [L][W]

Eleventh Annual Symposium on Contemporary Urban Challenges: Problem Solving Courts: From Adversarial Litigation to Innovative Jurisprudence. Panelists: Rolando Acosta, Anne Swern, Lisa Schreibersdorf, Gloria Sosa- Lintner, Joseph E. Gubbay, Morris B. Hoffman, Martin G. Karopkin, Marilyn Roberts, Bruce J. Winick, Lisa Smith, Carl Baar, Steven Belenko, Aubrey Fox, Rachel Porter, Nahama Broner, Caroline S. Cooper, Michael Jacobson, Juanita Bing-Newton, Deborah P. Small, Judy H. Kluger, Pat Murrell, Jeffrey Tauber, Steven M. Zeidman, Alex Calabrese, Susan Hendricks, Michael Rempel, Adele V. Harrell, Jeff Fagan, Barbara Babb, James McMillan, Robert T. Russell, Mina Kimmerling, Mark Thompson, Susan Finlay, Richard Hopper, Derek Denckla, John S. Goldkamp, Jo Ann Ferdinand, William G. Schma, James A. Yates, Peggy Hora, John Martin, Michele Bertran, Mary Barr, Charles Grodin, Monroe H. Freedman and Jacqueline Nolan-Haley; keynote address by Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye, articles by ! Morris B. Hoffman, Michele Bertran, Philip D. Gould and Patricia H. Murrell; comment by Amanda Kay. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1755-2191 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Fordham Urban Law Journal.)


CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE

See: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW below.

Barnard, M. Scott et al. Criminal procedure: pretrial, trial and appeal. 55 SMU L. Rev. 837-860 (2002). [L][W]

Bell, Jeannine. Deciding when hate is a crime: the First Amendment, police detectives, and the identification of hate crime. 4 Rutgers Race & L. Rev. 33-76 (2002). [L][W]

Bevitz, Joshua B. Note. Flawed foreign policy: hypocritical U.S. attitudes toward international criminal forums. 53 Hastings L.J. 931-963 (2002). [L][W]

Braun, Susanna. Student article. Forgiveness, South Africa's Truth Commission, and military trials: America's options in dealing with crimes against humanity in light of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. 23 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol'y 493-521 (2002). [L][W]

Cairns, Jacob. Note. The decline of due process in capital sentencing. (Ramdass v. Angelone, 530 U.S. 156, 2000.) 30 Cap. U. L. Rev. 193-219 (2002). [L][W]

Carrio, Alejandro. The Argentine Supreme Court ruled "there are no crimes" and former President Menem walked away: that's what friends are for. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 271-281 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Davilas, Christina N. Note. Prosecutorial sentence appeals: reviving the forgotten doctrine in state law as an alternative to mandatory sentencing laws. 87 Cornell L. Rev. 1259-1284 (2002). [L][W]

DelTufo, Kara M. Book note. Resisting "utmost resistance": using Rape Trauma Syndrome to combat underlying rape myths influencing acquaintance rape trials. (Reviewing Susan Ehrlich, Representing Rape: Language and Sexual Consent.) 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 419-443 (2002). [L][W]

Falk, Patricia J. Rape by drugs: a statutory overview and proposals for reform. 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 131-212 (2002). [L][W]

Gilmer, Lillian Roe. Note. Japan's Communications Interception Act: unconstitutional invasion of privacy or necessary tool? 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 893-923 (2002). [L][W]

Goncharsky, Abbe M. Case note. Drug paraphernalia charges and Proposition 200. (State v. Estrada, 34 P.3d 356, Ariz. 2001.) 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 283-292 (2002). [L][W]

Gregoire, Khristopher M. Comment. A survey of international hearsay exceptions in child sex abuse cases: balancing the equities in search of a more pragmatic rule. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 361-392 (2002). [L][W]

Hans, Monica. Comment. Providing for uniformity in the exercise of universal jurisdiction: can either the Princeton Principles on Universal Jurisdiction or an International Criminal Court accomplish this goal? 15 Transnat'l Law. 357-403 (2002). [L][W]

Kay, Amanda. Comment. The agony of Ecstasy: reconsidering the punitive approach to United States drug policy. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2133-2191 (2002). [L][W]

Keasler, Michael E. Criminal procedure: confessions, searches and seizures. 55 SMU L. Rev. 825-835 (2002). [L][W]

Krzewinski, Lisa M. Note. But I didn't do it: protecting the rights of juveniles during interrogation. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 355-387 (2002). [L][W]

Ladutke, Lawrence Michael. Expression for and against the vigilante death squad Sombre Negra. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 283-309 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Mendenhall, Margaret. Note. A case for consular notification: treaty obligation as a matter of life or death. (Saldano v. Texas, 530 U.S. 1212, 2000.) 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 335-355 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Pisciotta, James T. Comment. Miranda survives to be heard. (Dickerson v. United States, 530 U.S. 428, 2000.) 75 St. John's L. Rev. 673-691 (2001). [L][W]

Porcello, Ryan M. Note. International bounty hunter ride-along: should U.K. thrill seekers be permitted to pay to experience a week in the life of a U.S. bounty hunter? 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 953-987 (2002). [L][W]

Probst, Steven R. Case comment. Slowly returning the "special needs" doctrine to its roots. (Ferguson v. City of Charleston, 532 U.S. 67, 2001.) 36 Val. U. L. Rev. 285-305 (2001). [L][W]

Rogers, Alan. "Success--at long last": the abolition of the death penalty in Massachusetts, 1928-1984. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 281-353 (2002). [L][W]

Shebesta, Jeffrey J. Note. The "safety valve" provision: should the government get an automatic shut-off valve? 2002 U. Ill. L. Rev. 529-556. [L][W]

Tadesse, Tenagne. Comment. The Breard aftermath: is the U.S. listening? 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 423-445 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Valdivieso, Veronica. Note. DNA warrants: a panacea for old, cold rape cases? 90 Geo. L.J. 1009-1053 (2002). [L][W]

Vilas, Carlos M. By their own hands: mass lynchings in contemporary Mexico. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 311-333 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Wang, Lu-in. Hate crime and everyday discrimination: influence of and on the social context. 4 Rutgers Race & L. Rev. 1-31 (2002). [L][W]

Wolfram, Charles W. Taylor Lecture. Lawyer crimes: beyond the law. 36 Val. U. L. Rev. 73-117 (2001). [L][W]

Yu, Ping. Glittery promise vs. dismal reality: the role of a criminal lawyer in the People's Republic of China after the 1996 revision of the Criminal Procedure Law. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 827-864 (2002). [L][W]

Criminal Law. (Student survey.) 31 Sw. U. L. Rev. 367-429 (2002). [L][W]

What Does the Future Hold for Drug Courts? Panelists: Nahama Broner, Caroline S. Cooper, Michael Jacobson, Juanita Bing-Newton and Deborah P. Small. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1858-1891 (2002). [L][W]


DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Alle-Murphy, Linda. Comment. Are compulsory arbitration clauses in consumer contracts enforceable? A contractual analysis. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 125-161 (2002). [L][W]

Bagot, Michael H., Jr. and Dana A. Henderson. Not party, not bound? Not necessarily: binding third parties to maritime arbitration. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 413-461 (2002). [L][W]

Engle, Rachel. Comment. Party autonomy in international arbitration: where uniformity gives way to predictability. 15 Transnat'l Law. 323-356 (2002). [L][W]

Kim, Kwang-Rok. How do you settle business disputes with Koreans?: The advent of a new amendment to the Korean Arbitration Act. 15 Transnat'l Law. 227-240 (2002). [L][W]

Measter, Charles L. and Peter Skoufalos. The increasing role of mediation in resolving shipping disputes. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 515-561 (2002). [L][W]

Pittman, Larry J. The Federal Arbitration Act: the Supreme Court's erroneous statutory interpretation, stare decisis, and a proposal for change. 53 Ala. L. Rev. 789-890 (2002). [L][W]


DOMESTIC RELATIONS

Belcher, Dennis I. and Laura O. Pomeroy. A practitioner's guide for negotiating, drafting and enforcing premarital agreements. 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 1-28 (2002). [L][W]

Feng, Ziaoquing. A review of the development of marriage law in the People's Republic of China. 79 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 331-398 (2002). [L][W]

Haupt, Erika L. For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer: premarital agreement case studies. 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 29-43 (2002). [L][W]

Knauer, Nancy J. The September 11 attacks and surviving same-sex partners: defining family through tragedy. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 31-98 (2002). [L][W]

McKnight, Joseph W. Family law: husband and wife. 55 SMU L. Rev. 1035- 1073 (2002). [L][W]

Family Law. (Student survey.) 31 Sw. U. L. Rev. 453-463 (2002). [L][W]


ECONOMICS

Pistor, Katharina. The standardization of law and its effect on developing economies. 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 97-130 (2002). [L][W]


EDUCATION LAW

See: HOWARD LAW JOURNAL below.
See: JOURNAL OF LAW & EDUCATION below.

Amos, Mary J. Comment. Who really won Ohio's school funding battle? (DeRolph v. State [DeRolph II], 89 Ohio St. 3d 1, 2000; and State v. DeRolph [DeRolph III], 93 Ohio St. 3d 309, 2001.) 30 Cap. U. L. Rev. 153- 192 (2002). [L][W]

Badanes, David. Comment. A timid attempt to limit special needs from becoming nothing special. (Earls v. Board of Education, 242 F.3d 1264, 10th Cir. 2001, cert. granted, 122 S. Ct. 509, 2001.) 75 St. John's L. Rev. 693-721 (2001). [L][W]

Dunsford, John E. A closer look at Good News v. Milford: what are the implications? (Stay tuned.) 25 Seattle U. L. Rev. 577-607 (2002). [L][W]

Greenberg, Jack. Affirmative action in higher education: confronting the condition and theory. 43 B.C. L. Rev. 521-621 (2002). [L][W]

Hanahan, Carolyn. Education law. 55 SMU L. Rev. 891-932 (2002). [L][W]

Vischer, Robert K. Public opinion and the culture wars: the case of school vouchers. (Reviewing Terry Moe, Schools, Vouchers, and the American Public.) 2002 U. Ill. L. Rev. 477-496. [L][W]

Symposium, Presented April 2, 2001: The Education Divide: Gauging the Impact of Legal Challenges to School Vouchers and Parental Choice on America's Children. Articles by Richard D. Kahlenberg, Gerard Toussaint Robinson, Robert Holland, Don Soifer, John C. Goodman, Matthew Ladner, Matthew J. Brouillette, Lisa Snell, Grace Carroll, Mary L. Gentry, Albert N. Gentry; note by Heather S. Savage. 45 How. L.J. 247-489 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Howard Law Journal.)


EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE

Bales, Richard A. and Jeffrey A. McCormick. Workplace investigations in Ohio. 30 Cap. U. L. Rev. 29-124 (2002). [L][W]

Chambers, Henry L., Jr. (Un)welcome conduct and the sexually hostile environment. 53 Ala. L. Rev. 733-787 (2002). [L][W]

Dean, Kimberly E. Note. In light of the evil presented: what kind of prophylactic antidiscrimination legislation can Congress enact after Garrett? 43 B.C. L. Rev. 697-738 (2002). [L][W]

Dunson, Marvin III. Comment. Sex, gender, and transgender: the present and future of employment discrimination law. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 465-505 (2001). [L][W]

Fulmer, Jason R. Dismissing the "immoral" teacher for conduct outside the workplace--do current laws protect the interests of both school authorities and teachers? 31 J.L. & Educ. 271-289 (2002). [L][W]

Grebe, Bret L. Recent development. Fidelity at the workplace: the two- faced nature of the duty of loyalty under ... (Dalton v. Camp, 353 N.C. 647, 548 S.E.2d 704, 2001.) 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1815-1828 (2002). [L][W]

Jones, Earl M., III, Eduardo F. Cuaderes Jr. and Jennifer A. Youpa. Employment and labor law. 55 SMU L. Rev. 933-978 (2002). [L][W]

McAninch, Benjamin D. Comment. Removing the thumb from the scale: the Eleventh Circuit summary judgment standard for disparate treatment cases in the wake of ... (Chapman v. A1 Transport, 229 F.3d 1012, 11th Cir. 2000.) 53 Ala. L. Rev. 949-962 (2002). [L][W]

Morris, Richard A. Note. Washington extends the availability of the tort of wrongful discharge in violation of public policy, but a little too far: employees should still exhaust other remedies. (Smith v. Bates Technical Coll., 139 Wash. 2d 793, 991 P.2d 1135, 2000.) 25 Seattle U. L. Rev. 677- 697 (2002). [L][W]

O'Brien, Justin P. Note. Weighing temporal proximity in Title VII retaliation claims. 43 B.C. L. Rev. 741-781 (2002). [L][W]

Prestes, Brian S. Student article. Disciplining the Americans with Disabilities Act's direct threat defense. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 409-463 (2001). [L][W]


ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

See: BUFFALO ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL below.

Deatherage, Scott D. et al. Environmental law. 55 SMU L. Rev. 979-1033 (2002). [L][W]

Dove, Chris. Comment. Can voluntary compliance protect the environment?: The North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 867-899 (2002). [L][W]

Environmental Law. (Student survey.) 31 Sw. U. L. Rev. 437-451 (2002). [L][W]


EVIDENCE

See: HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL below.

Cole, Lance. The Fifth Amendment and compelled production of personal documents after United States v. Hubbell--new protection for private papers? 29 Am. J. Crim. L. 123-192 (2002). [L][W]

Gregoire, Khristopher M. Comment. A survey of international hearsay exceptions in child sex abuse cases: balancing the equities in search of a more pragmatic rule. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 361-392 (2002). [L][W]

Joffe, Robert D. Antitrust law and proof of consumer injury. 75 St. John's L. Rev. 615-632 (2001). [L][W]

Sheppard, Lee Loftin. Comment. Rule 607 subterfuge: improper impeachment of a party's own witness in Alabama. 53 Ala. L. Rev. 1003- 1021 (2002). [L][W]

Shore, Michael W. and Kenneth E. Shore. Civil evidence. 55 SMU L. Rev. 719-746 (2002). [L][W]

Valdivieso, Veronica. Note. DNA warrants: a panacea for old, cold rape cases? 90 Geo. L.J. 1009-1053 (2002). [L][W]

Symposium: Association of American Law Schools, Annual Meeting, Evidence Section Program. Panel Transcript participants: Judge Fern Smith, Kenneth S. Broun, Gregory P. Joseph, Laird Kirkpatrick and Paul Rice; articles by Kenneth S. Broun, Paul R. Rice and Eileen A. Scallen. 53 Hastings L.J. 733-884 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Hastings Law Journal.)


FOOD AND DRUG LAW

See: CONNECTICUT JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW below.

Symposium--The Global AIDS Crisis. Introduction by Alan Berkman, M.D.; articles by Jonathan M. Berger, Richard Adelstein, Joanne Csete, Jennifer Joni, Zita Lazzarini, Ochoro E. Otunnu, Nasila S. Rembe, Jose M. N. Viana and Cesar Vieira. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 149-321 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Connecticut Journal of International Law.)


HEALTH LAW AND POLICY

See: CONNECTICUT JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW below.

Gathii, James Thuo. The legal status of the DOHA Declaration on TRIPS and public health under the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 291-317 (2002). [L][W]

Symposium--The Global AIDS Crisis. Introduction by Alan Berkman, M.D.; articles by Jonathan M. Berger, Richard Adelstein, Joanne Csete, Jennifer Joni, Zita Lazzarini, Ochoro E. Otunnu, Nasila S. Rembe, Jose M. N. Viana and Cesar Vieira. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 149-321 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Connecticut Journal of International Law.)


HOUSING LAW

Koontz, Mark R. Recent development. Manufactured homes under U.C.C. Revised Article 9: a new conflict between certificates of title and financing statements. 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1829-1844 (2002). [L][W]


HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

Bradlow, Daniel D. Should the international financial institutions play a role in the implementation and enforcement of international humanitarian law? 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 695-729 (2002). [L][W]

Csete, Joanne. Several for the price of one: right to AIDS treatment as link to other human rights. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 263-272 (2002). [L][W]

Dyson, Stephanie F. Comment. The clash between corruption and codes of conduct: the corporate role in forging a human rights standard. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 335-360 (2002). [L][W]

Joni, Jennifer. Access to treatment for HIV/AIDS: a human rights issue in the developing world. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 273-280 (2002). [L][W]

Ladutke, Lawrence Michael. Expression for and against the vigilante death squad Sombre Negra. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 283-309 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Montavon-McKillip, Andrea. Note. CAT among pigeons: the Convention Against Torture, a precarious intersection between international human rights law and U.S. immigration law. 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 247-282 (2002). [L][W]

Paust, Jordan J. Human rights responsibilities of private corporations. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 801-825 (2002). [L][W]

Salimipour, Negin. Comment. The challenge of regulating hate and offensive speech on the Internet. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 395-421 (2001- 2002). [L][W]


IMMIGRATION LAW

Halliday, Catherine E. Note. Inheriting the storied pomp of ancient lands: an analysis of the application of federal immigration law on the United States' Northern and Southern borders. 36 Val. U. L. Rev. 181-237 (2001). [L][W]

Hur, Claire J. Comment. Returnees from South America: Japan's model for legal multiculturalism? 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 643-686 (2002). [L][W]

Makki, Batoul. Note. The United States Supreme Court holds indefinite detention of deportable aliens to be unconstitutional: where do they go from here? (Zadvydas v. Davis, 533 U.S. 678, 2001.) 79 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 479-501 (2002). [L][W]

Montavon-McKillip, Andrea. Note. CAT among pigeons: the Convention Against Torture, a precarious intersection between international human rights law and U.S. immigration law. 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 247-282 (2002). [L][W]


INDIAN LAW

Drucker, Paul M. Wisconsin v. EPA: tribal empowerment and state powerlessness under section 518(e) of the Clean Water Act. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 323-394 (2002). [L][W]

Stanton, Kristi. Comment. A call for co-management: treaty fishing allocation in New Zealand and Western Washington. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 745-767 (2002). [L][W]


INSURANCE LAW

Collins, J. Price and Lara K. Forde. Insurance law. 55 SMU L. Rev. 1155- 1217 (2002). [L][W]

Lee, Eun Sup. The changing liability system of sea carriers and maritime insurance: focusing on the enforcement of the Hamburg Rules. 15 Transnat'l Law. 241-255 (2002). [L][W]

Insurance Law. (Student survey.) 31 Sw. U. L. Rev. 499-518 (2002). [L][W]


INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

See: CONNECTICUT JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW below.
See: TRANSNATIONAL LAWYER below.

Engle, Eric Allen. When is fair use fair?: A comparison of E.U. and U.S. intellectual property law. 15 Transnat'l Law. 187-225 (2002). [L][W]

Gathii, James Thuo. The legal status of the DOHA Declaration on TRIPS and public health under the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 291-317 (2002). [L][W]

Ghosh, Shubha. The merits of ownership; or, how I learned to stop worrying and love intellectual property. (Reviewing Lawrence Lessig, The Future of Ideas; and Siva Vaidhyanathan, Copyrights and Copywrongs.) 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 453-496 (2002). [L][W]

O'Quinn, John C. Protecting private intellectual property from government intrusion: revisiting SmithKline and the case for just compensation. 29 Pepp. L. Rev. 435-531 (2002). [L][W]

Saunders, Kurt M. Patent nonuse and the role of public interest as a deterrent to technology suppression. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 389-452 (2002). [L][W]

Xiang, Joy Y. Comment. How wide should the gate of "technology" be? Patentability of business methods in China. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 795- 828 (2002). [L][W]

Symposium: Beyond Napster--The Future of the Digital Commons. Introduction by Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker; articles by Grace J. Bergen, Scott Hervey, Matthew G. Jacobs, Michael S. Mireles, Scott W. Pink and Jed Scully. 15 Transnat'l Law. 257-322 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Transnational Lawyer.)

Symposium--The Global AIDS Crisis. Introduction by Alan Berkman, M.D.; articles by Jonathan M. Berger, Richard Adelstein, Joanne Csete, Jennifer Joni, Zita Lazzarini, Ochoro E. Otunnu, Nasila S. Rembe, Jose M. N. Viana and Cesar Vieira. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 149-321 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Connecticut Journal of International Law.)


INTERNATIONAL LAW

See: CONNECTICUT JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW below.
See: SOUTHWESTERN JOURNAL OF LAW AND TRADE IN THE AMERICAS below.
See: TRANSNATIONAL LAWYER below.
See: VANDERBILT JOURNAL OF TRANSNATIONAL LAW below.

Aka, Philip C. The "dividend of democracy": analyzing U.S. support for Nigerian democratization. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 225-279 (2002). [L][W]

Bevitz, Joshua B. Note. Flawed foreign policy: hypocritical U.S. attitudes toward international criminal forums. 53 Hastings L.J. 931-963 (2002). [L][W]

Bhala, Raj. Theological categories for special and differential treatment. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 635-693 (2002). [L][W]

Criswell, Dianne M. Comment. Durable consent and a strong transitional peacekeeping plan: the success of UNTAET in light of the lessons learned in Cambodia. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 577-612 (2002). [L][W]

Gathii, James Thuo. The legal status of the DOHA Declaration on TRIPS and public health under the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 291-317 (2002). [L][W]

McDonnell, Thomas Michael. Cluster bombs over Kosovo: a violation of international law? 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 31-129 (2002). [L][W]


INTERNATIONAL TRADE

See: UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS LAW REVIEW below.

Arthurs, Harry. Reinventing labor law for the global economy: The Benjamin Aaron Lecture. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 271-294 (2001). [L][W]

Dove, Chris. Comment. Can voluntary compliance protect the environment?: The North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 867-899 (2002). [L][W]

Fisher, Daniel I. Note. "Super jumbo" problem: Boeing, Airbus, and the battle for the geopolitical future. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 865-892 (2002). [L][W]

Kuik, Krzysztof. Recent developments in EU/US trade relations. 79 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 433-448 (2002). [L][W]

Shapiro, Sidney A. Book review. (Reviewing Regulatory Encounters: Multinational Corporations and American Legal Adversarialism, edited by Robert A. Kagan and Lee Axelrad.) 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 229-240 (2002). [L][W]

Tumenova, Dana. Comment. Evolution of land reform in Russia: the 2001 Land Code and its impact on the commercial real estate market and direct foreign investment. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 769-793 (2002). [L][W]

Symposium: Globalization and Sovereignty. Articles by Raj Bhala, Daniel D. Bradlow, John W. Head, Herbert V. Morais and Lori M. Wallach. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 635-865 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for University of Kansas Law Review.)


JUDGES

Bernstein, Anita. Products liability in the United States Supreme Court: a venture in memory of Gary Schwartz. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1193-1223 (2002). [L][W]

Bertran, Michele. Judicial ombudsman: solving problems in the courts. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2099-2116 (2002). [L][W]

Bond, James E. and Kelly Kunsch. A state Supreme Court in transition. 25 Seattle U. L. Rev. 545-575 (2002). [L][W]

Cappalli, Richard B. Bringing Internet information to court: of "legislative facts". 75 Temp. L. Rev. 99-123 (2002). [L][W]

Hoffman, Morris B. Therapeutic jurisprudence, neo-rehabilitationism, and judicial collectivism: the least dangerous branch becomes most dangerous. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2063-2098 (2002). [L][W]

Lawson, Carol and Simon Thornley. 'Perceptions of the Current State of the Japanese Legal System': interview with Koji Sato, Chairman of Japan's Judicial Reform Interview. (Translation.) 4 Austl. J. Asian L. 76-91 (2002). [L][W]

Perez, Geronimo. Comment. Argentina's Supreme Court enters the political fray in a move aimed at surviving the public calls for impeachment. (Takko c/Freddo S.A., ___Fallos___, Feb. 1, 2002.) 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 357-372 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Varallo, Gregory V. and Srinivas M. Raju. A fresh look at deal protection devices: out from the shadow of the omnipresent specter. 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 975-991 (2001). [L][W]

The Judicial Perspective. Panelists: Jo Ann Ferdinand, William G. Schma, James A. Yates, Peggy Hora and John Martin. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2011- 2040 (2002). [L][W]


JURISDICTION

Davis, Mary J. Unmasking the presumption in favor of preemption. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 967-1030 (2002). [L][W]

Dean, Kimberly E. Note. In light of the evil presented: what kind of prophylactic antidiscrimination legislation can Congress enact after Garrett? 43 B.C. L. Rev. 697-738 (2002). [L][W]

Drucker, Paul M. Wisconsin v. EPA: tribal empowerment and state powerlessness under section 518(e) of the Clean Water Act. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 323-394 (2002). [L][W]

Hans, Monica. Comment. Providing for uniformity in the exercise of universal jurisdiction: can either the Princeton Principles on Universal Jurisdiction or an International Criminal Court accomplish this goal? 15 Transnat'l Law. 357-403 (2002). [L][W]

Rosenberg, Ben. The growth of federal criminal common law. 29 Am. J. Crim. L. 193-221 (2002). [L][W]

Yonan, Jason A. Note. An end to judicial overreaching in nationwide service of process cases: statutory authorization to bring supplemental personal jurisdiction within federal courts' powers. 2002 U. Ill. L. Rev. 557-580. [L][W]


JURISPRUDENCE

Brauch, Jeffrey and Robert Woods. Faith, learning and justice in Alan Dershowitz's The Genesis of Justice: toward a proper understanding of the relationship between the Bible and modern justice. 36 Val. U. L. Rev. 1- 71 (2001). [L][W]

Gould, Philip D. and Patricia H. Murrell. Therapeutic jurisprudence and cognitive complexity: an overview. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2117-2132 (2002). [L][W]

Hahn-Baker, David. Reflections on Love Canal. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 225- 241 (2001). [L][W]

Hoffman, Morris B. Therapeutic jurisprudence, neo-rehabilitationism, and judicial collectivism: the least dangerous branch becomes most dangerous. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2063-2098 (2002). [L][W]

Kay, Amanda. Comment. The agony of Ecstasy: reconsidering the punitive approach to United States drug policy. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2133-2191 (2002). [L][W]


JUVENILES

Krzewinski, Lisa M. Note. But I didn't do it: protecting the rights of juveniles during interrogation. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 355-387 (2002). [L][W]

Minow, Martha. Isaac Marks Memorial Lecture. Education for co-existence. 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 1-29 (2002). [L][W]


LABOR LAW

See: BERKELEY JOURNAL OF EMPLOYMENT AND LABOR LAW below.

Hur, Claire J. Comment. Returnees from South America: Japan's model for legal multiculturalism? 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 643-686 (2002). [L][W]

Jones, Earl M., III, Eduardo F. Cuaderes Jr. and Jennifer A. Youpa. Employment and labor law. 55 SMU L. Rev. 933-978 (2002). [L][W]

Stroud, Sela. Comment. Non-compete agreements: weighing the interests of profession and firm. 53 Ala. L. Rev. 1023-1041 (2002). [L][W]


LAW AND SOCIETY

See: BUFFALO ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL below.
See: FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL below.
See: LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS below.
See: RUTGERS RACE & THE LAW REVIEW below.

Cunningham, Clark D., Glenn C. Loury and John David Skrentny. Passing strict scrutiny: using social science to design affirmative action programs. 90 Geo. L.J. 835-882 (2002). [L][W]

Pildes, Richard H. Is voting-rights law now at war with itself? Social science and voting rights in the 2000s. 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1517-1573 (2002). [L][W]

Selmi, Michael. Remedying societal discrimination through the spending power. 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1575-1652 (2002). [L][W]

Van der Vyver, Johan D. Book review. (Reviewing Brian Barry, Culture and Equality: An Egalitarian Critiue of Multiculturalism.) 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 323-334 (2002). [L][W]

Eleventh Annual Symposium on Contemporary Urban Challenges: Problem Solving Courts: From Adversarial Litigation to Innovative Jurisprudence. Panelists: Rolando Acosta, Anne Swern, Lisa Schreibersdorf, Gloria Sosa- Lintner, Joseph E. Gubbay, Morris B. Hoffman, Martin G. Karopkin, Marilyn Roberts, Bruce J. Winick, Lisa Smith, Carl Baar, Steven Belenko, Aubrey Fox, Rachel Porter, Nahama Broner, Caroline S. Cooper, Michael Jacobson, Juanita Bing-Newton, Deborah P. Small, Judy H. Kluger, Pat Murrell, Jeffrey Tauber, Steven M. Zeidman, Alex Calabrese, Susan Hendricks, Michael Rempel, Adele V. Harrell, Jeff Fagan, Barbara Babb, James McMillan, Robert T. Russell, Mina Kimmerling, Mark Thompson, Susan Finlay, Richard Hopper, Derek Denckla, John S. Goldkamp, Jo Ann Ferdinand, William G. Schma, James A. Yates, Peggy Hora, John Martin, Michele Bertran, Mary Barr, Charles Grodin, Monroe H. Freedman and Jacqueline Nolan-Haley; keynote address by Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye, articles by ! Morris B. Hoffman, Michele Bertran, Philip D. Gould and Patricia H. Murrell; comment by Amanda Kay. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1755-2191 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Fordham Urban Law Journal.)

The 20th Anniversary of Love Canal: Lessons Learned: Conference Held at University at Buffalo, October 8 & 9, 1998. Articles by Ted Steegman, Adeline Levine, John Vena, James Olson, David Hahn-Baker, Jon Cannon, Robert Berger, Allan Schnaiberg, Diane Heminway, Samara Swantson, Alice Kryzan and Val Washington; book reviews by Michael R. Edelstein and Michael Gilbertson. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 173-329 (2001). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Buffalo Environmental Law Journal.)


LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CORRECTIONS

Cover, Avidan Y. Note. A rule unfit for all seasons: monitoring attorney-client communications violates privilege and the Sixth Amendment. 87 Cornell L. Rev. 1233-1258 (2002). [L][W]

Etzioni, Amitai. Implications of select new technologies for individual rights and public safety. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 257-290 (2002). [L][W]

Woo, Christopher and Mirando So. Note. The case for Magic Lantern: September 11 highlights the need for increased surveillance. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 521-538 (2002). [L][W]


LEGAL ANALYSIS AND WRITING

See: TEMPLE LAW REVIEW below.

Geeroms, Sofie M.F. Comparative law and legal translation: why the terms cassation, revision and appeal should not be translated. 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 201-228 (2002). [L][W]

Page, Joseph A. A voice of reason: the products liability scholarship of Gary T. Schwartz. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 797-814 (2002). [L][W]

75th Anniversary Issue. Articles by Richard H. Walker, Hon. Dolores K. Sloviter, Mark C. Rahdert, Laura E. Little and Lawrence J. Reilly. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 1-29 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Temple Law Review.)


LEGAL EDUCATION

See: TEMPLE LAW REVIEW below.

75th Anniversary Issue. Articles by Richard H. Walker, Hon. Dolores K. Sloviter, Mark C. Rahdert, Laura E. Little and Lawrence J. Reilly. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 1-29 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Temple Law Review.)


LEGAL HISTORY

Rogers, Alan. "Success--at long last": the abolition of the death penalty in Massachusetts, 1928-1984. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 281-353 (2002). [L][W]


LEGAL PROFESSION

Hiller, Jack A. and Bernhard Grossfeld. Comparative legal semiotics and the divided brain: are we producing half-brained lawyers? 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 175-200 (2002). [L][W]

Wolfram, Charles W. Taylor Lecture. Lawyer crimes: beyond the law. 36 Val. U. L. Rev. 73-117 (2001). [L][W]

Yu, Ping. Glittery promise vs. dismal reality: the role of a criminal lawyer in the People's Republic of China after the 1996 revision of the Criminal Procedure Law. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 827-864 (2002). [L][W]

The Impact of Problem Solving on the Lawyer's Role and Ethics. Panelists: Judy H. Kluger, Pat Murrell, Jeffrey Tauber, Steven M. Zeidman, Alex Calabrese and Susan Hendricks. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1892-1924 (2002). [L][W]

Legal Profession. (Student survey.) 31 Sw. U. L. Rev. 519-533 (2002). [L][W]

The Politics of [Evidence] Rulemaking. Panel Transcript participants: Judge Fern Smith, Kenneth S. Broun, Gregory P. Joseph, Laird Kirkpatrick and Paul Rice. 53 Hastings L.J. 733-768 (2002). [L][W]


LEGISLATION

Pittman, Larry J. The Federal Arbitration Act: the Supreme Court's erroneous statutory interpretation, stare decisis, and a proposal for change. 53 Ala. L. Rev. 789-890 (2002). [L][W]


MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE

Ayer, Allison C. Comment. Stem cell research: the laws of nations and a proposal for international guidelines. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 393-428 (2002). [L][W]

Jordan, Charles M., Jr. and Casey J. Price. First Moore, then Hecht: isn't it time we recognize a property interest in tissues, cells, and gametes? 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 151-190 (2002). [L][W]

Mayo, Thomas Wm. Health care law. 55 SMU L. Rev. 1113-1153 (2002). [L][W]

Oriola, Taiwo A. Ethical and legal issues in Singapore biomedical research. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 497-529 (2002). [L][W]

Schroeder, Teresa. Comment. Chinese regulation of traditional Chinese medicine in the modern world: can the Chinese effectively profit from one of their most valuable cultural resources? 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 687- 716 (2002). [L][W]

Stukes, Katherine T. Recent development. The medical peer review privilege after ... (Virmani v. Novant Health, Inc., 259 F.3d 284, 4th Cir. 2001.) 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1860-1878 (2002). [L][W]

Wolfberg, Jennifer. Comment. Two kinds of statistics, the kind you look up and the kind you make up: a critical analysis of comparative provider statistics and the doctrine of informed consent. 29 Pepp. L. Rev. 585-608 (2002). [L][W]


MILITARY LAW

Connor, Kimberly A. Note. A critique of the marital privileges: an examination of the marital privileges in the United States military through the state and federal approaches to the marital privileges. 36 Val. U. L. Rev. 119-180 (2001). [L][W]

Criswell, Dianne M. Comment. Durable consent and a strong transitional peacekeeping plan: the success of UNTAET in light of the lessons learned in Cambodia. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 577-612 (2002). [L][W]

McDonnell, Thomas Michael. Cluster bombs over Kosovo: a violation of international law? 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 31-129 (2002). [L][W]


MOTOR VEHICLES

Mobley, David A. Comment. Revisiting Alabama's seat belt defense: is the failure to buckle up a defense in AEMLD claims? 53 Ala. L. Rev. 963- 1001 (2002). [L][W]

Tarr, Andrew W.J. Recent development. Picture it: red light cameras abide by the Law of the Land. 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1879-1896 (2002). [L][W]


NATURAL RESOURCES LAW

Nichols, Peter D. Do conservation easements and water mix (in Colorado)? 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 504-524 (2002). [L][W]

Shannon, Devon. Comment. The future of municipal fisheries in the Philippines: does the Philippine Fisheries Code do enough? 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 717-743 (2002). [L][W]

Stanton, Kristi. Comment. A call for co-management: treaty fishing allocation in New Zealand and Western Washington. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 745-767 (2002). [L][W]


OIL, GAS, AND MINERAL LAW

Brown, Richard F. Oil, gas and mineral law. 55 SMU L. Rev. 1219-1269 (2002). [L][W]

Holmes, John. Note. End the moratorium: the Timor Gap Treaty as a model for the complete resolution of the Western Gap in the Gulf of Mexico. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 925-952 (2002). [L][W]

Spielman, E. Stewart. Note. Drilling through the muddied waters on the Outer Continental Shelf: an examination of the Fifth Circuit's recent decision in ... (Demette v. Falcon Drilling Co., 253 F.3d 840, 2001 AMC 2272, 5th Cir. 2001, superseded by 280 F.3d 492, 5th Cir. 2002.) 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 683-694 (2002). [L][W]


ORGANIZATIONS

See: UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS LAW REVIEW below.

Symposium: Globalization and Sovereignty. Articles by Raj Bhala, Daniel D. Bradlow, John W. Head, Herbert V. Morais and Lori M. Wallach. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 635-865 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Univesity of Kansas Law Review.)


POLITICS

See: HAMLINE JOURNAL OF PUBLIC LAW & POLICY below.

Aka, Philip C. The "dividend of democracy": analyzing U.S. support for Nigerian democratization. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 225-279 (2002). [L][W]

Dufseth, Amber. Comment. Indonesia's 1999 political laws: the right of association in Aceh and Papua. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 613-641 (2002). [L][W]

Kesavan, Vasan. Is the Electoral Count Act unconstitutional? 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1653-1813 (2002). [L][W]

Palmieri, Daniel J. Recent development. Cary's government-funded municipal elections: a model for North Carolina? 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1845- 1859 (2002). [L][W]

Perez, Geronimo. Comment. Argentina's Supreme Court enters the political fray in a move aimed at surviving the public calls for impeachment. (Takko c/Freddo S.A., ___Fallos___, Feb. 1, 2002.) 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 357-372 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Pildes, Richard H. Is voting-rights law now at war with itself? Social science and voting rights in the 2000s. 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1517-1573 (2002). [L][W]

Tan, Eugene KB. 'We' v 'I': communitarian legalism in Singapore. 4 Austl. J. Asian L. 1-29 (2002). [L][W]

Wang, Tay-sheng. The legal development of Taiwan in the 20th century: toward a liberal and democratic country. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 531- 559 (2002). [L][W]


PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

Bagot, Michael H., Jr. and Dana A. Henderson. Not party, not bound? Not necessarily: binding third parties to maritime arbitration. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 413-461 (2002). [L][W]

Colleluori, Donald, Gary D. Eisenstat and Bill E. Davidoff. Texas civil procedure. 55 SMU L. Rev. 1345-1373 (2002). [L][W]

Kamiya, Masako. Narrowing the avenues to Japan's Supreme Court: the policy implications of Japan's Code of Civil Procedure reforms. 4 Austl. J. Asian L. 53-76 (2002). [L][W]

Korolev, Vladimir S. Comment. Brehm v. Eisner, or some reflections about the Disney case. (Brehm v. Eisner, 746 A.2d 244, Del. 2000.) 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 1105-1118 (2001). [L][W]

Lazarus, Lewis H. Standards of review in conflict transactions: an examination of decisions rendered on motions to dismiss. 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 911-926 (2001). [L][W]

Praw, Douglas A. Comment. Venezuela v. Ford Motor Company: the trend of dismissing mass tort cases on grounds of forum non conveniens. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 373-393 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Rosenthal, Brent M. Toxic torts and mass torts. 55 SMU L. Rev. 1375-1390 (2002). [L][W]

Wright, Alan, et al. Appellate practice and procedure. 55 SMU L. Rev. 655-702 (2002). [L][W]

Yonan, Jason A. Note. An end to judicial overreaching in nationwide service of process cases: statutory authorization to bring supplemental personal jurisdiction within federal courts' powers. 2002 U. Ill. L. Rev. 557-580. [L][W]


PRODUCTS LIABILITY

See: SOUTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW below.

Products Liability Law Symposium in Memory of Professor Gary T. Schwartz. Memorials by David G. Owen, Robert E. Keeton and Joseph A. Page; articles by James A. Henderson, Jr., Aaron D. Twerksi, David G. Owen, Richard C. Ausness, Mary J. Davis, Marshall S. Shapo, Jerry J. Phillips, James J. White, Richard L. Cupp, Jr., Michael D. Green, David A. Fischer, Richard A. Epstein, M. Stuart Madden, Anita Bernstein and Jane Stapleton. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 777-1261 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for South Carolina Law Review.)


PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

The Impact of Problem Solving on the Lawyer's Role and Ethics. Panelists: Judy H. Kluger, Pat Murrell, Jeffrey Tauber, Steven M. Zeidman, Alex Calabrese and Susan Hendricks. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1892-1924 (2002). [L][W]


PROPERTY--PERSONAL AND REAL

See: REAL PROPERTY, PROBATE AND TRUST JOURNAL below.

Hooker, MB. Native title in Malaysia continued--Nor's Case. 4 Austl. J. Asian L. 92-105 (2002). [L][W]

Nichols, Peter D. Do conservation easements and water mix (in Colorado)? 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 504-524 (2002). [L][W]

Potter, Lori, Steven Marlin and student Kathy Kanda. Legal underpinnings of the right to float through private property in Colorado: a reply to John Hill. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 457-499 (2002). [L][W]

Reed, Toni Scott and Austin D. Jones. Construction and surety law. 55 SMU L. Rev. 775-802 (2002). [L][W]

Riley, Thomas P. Note. Prosecution history estoppel: the choice between public interests and inventor's property rights. 36 Val. U. L. Rev. 239- 284 (2001). [L][W]

Tumenova, Dana. Comment. Evolution of land reform in Russia: the 2001 Land Code and its impact on the commercial real estate market and direct foreign investment. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 769-793 (2002). [L][W]


RELIGION

See: HOWARD LAW JOURNAL below.

Brauch, Jeffrey and Robert Woods. Faith, learning and justice in Alan Dershowitz's The Genesis of Justice: toward a proper understanding of the relationship between the Bible and modern justice. 36 Val. U. L. Rev. 1- 71 (2001). [L][W]

Dunsford, John E. A closer look at Good News v. Milford: what are the implications? (Stay tuned.) 25 Seattle U. L. Rev. 577-607 (2002). [L][W]

McGeachy, Hilary. The invention of Burmese Buddhist law: a case study in legal orientalism. 4 Austl. J. Asian L. 39-52 (2002). [L][W]

Vischer, Robert K. Public opinion and the culture wars: the case of school vouchers. (Reviewing Terry Moe, Schools, Vouchers, and the American Public.) 2002 U. Ill. L. Rev. 477-496. [L][W]

Symposium, Presented April 2, 2001: The Education Divide: Gauging the Impact of Legal Challenges to School Vouchers and Parental Choice on America's Children. Articles by Richard D. Kahlenberg, Gerard Toussaint Robinson, Robert Holland, Don Soifer, John C. Goodman, Matthew Ladner, Matthew J. Brouillette, Lisa Snell, Grace Carroll, Mary L. Gentry, Albert N. Gentry; note by Heather S. Savage. 45 How. L.J. 247-489 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Howard Law Journal.)


REMEDIES

Cao, Alex. Maritime injunction in the Maritime Procedure Law of P.R.C. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 581-597 (2002). [L][W]

Dong, Hee Suh. Recent developments in Korean maritime law: improved shipowner's remedy in wrongful arrest. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 631-690 (2002). [L][W]

Henderson, James A., Jr. and Aaron D. Twerski. Asbestos litigation gone mad: exposure-based recovery for increased risk, mental distress, and medical monitoring. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 815-850 (2002). [L][W]

Madden, M. Stuart. Renegade conduct and punitive damages in tort. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1175-1191 (2002). [L][W]


SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

See: BUFFALO ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL below.
See: HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & TECHNOLOGY below.

Ayer, Allison C. Comment. Stem cell research: the laws of nations and a proposal for international guidelines. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 393-428 (2002). [L][W]

Bernstein, Anita. Engendered by technologies. 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1-113 (2001). [L][W]

Jordan, Charles M., Jr. and Casey J. Price. First Moore, then Hecht: isn't it time we recognize a property interest in tissues, cells, and gametes? 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 151-190 (2002). [L][W]

Oriola, Taiwo A. Ethical and legal issues in Singapore biomedical research. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 497-529 (2002). [L][W]

Taslitz, Andrew E. The Fourth Amendment in the twenty-first century: technology, privacy, and human emotions. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 125-187 (2002). [L][W]

The 20th Anniversary of Love Canal: Lessons Learned: Conference Held at University at Buffalo, October 8 & 9, 1998. Articles by Ted Steegman, Adeline Levine, John Vena, James Olson, David Hahn-Baker, Jon Cannon, Robert Berger, Allan Schnaiberg, Diane Heminway, Samara Swantson, Alice Kryzan and Val Washington; book reviews by Michael R. Edelstein and Michael Gilbertson. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 173-329 (2001). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Buffalo Environmental Law Journal.)

The Nexus Between Technology and Problem Solving. Panelists: James McMillan, Robert T. Russell, Mina Kimmerling and Mark Thompson. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1958-1980 (2002). [L][W]


SECURITIES LAW

Barnes, Joanna E. Comment. Regulation FD will result in poorer disclosure and increased market volatility. 29 Pepp. L. Rev. 609-636 (2002). [L][W]


SEXUALITY AND THE LAW

Dunson, Marvin III. Comment. Sex, gender, and transgender: the present and future of employment discrimination law. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 465-505 (2001). [L][W]

Falk, Patricia J. Rape by drugs: a statutory overview and proposals for reform. 44 Ariz. L. Rev. 131-212 (2002). [L][W]

Holt, Angela. Comment. From my cold dead hands: Williams v. Pryor and the constitutionality of Alabama's anti-vibrator law. (Williams v. Pryor, 240 F.3d 944, 11th Cir. 2001.) 53 Ala. L. Rev. 927-947 (2002). [L][W]

Knauer, Nancy J. The September 11 attacks and surviving same-sex partners: defining family through tragedy. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 31-98 (2002). [L][W]


SPORTS

See: JOURNAL OF LAW & EDUCATION below.

Anderson, Mark C. Self-regulation and league rules under the Sherman Act. 30 Cap. U. L. Rev. 125-152 (2002). [L][W]

Potter, Lori, Steven Marlin and student Kathy Kanda. Legal underpinnings of the right to float through private property in Colorado: a reply to John Hill. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 457-499 (2002). [L][W]

Counterpoint [on the Debate on Pay for Play]. Introduction by Perry A. Zirkel; article by Michael J. Mondello and Joseph Beckman. 31 J.L. & Educ. 291-303 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Journal of Law & Education.)


STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW

See: FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL below.

Palmieri, Daniel J. Recent development. Cary's government-funded municipal elections: a model for North Carolina? 80 N.C. L. Rev. 1845- 1859 (2002). [L][W]

Tung, Frederick. After Orange County: reforming California municipal bankruptcy law. 53 Hastings L.J. 885-929 (2002). [L][W]

Governmental Law. (Student survey.) 31 Sw. U. L. Rev. 465-485 (2002). [L][W]


TAXATION--FEDERAL INCOME

Crimm, Nina J. Shortcomings in U.S. federal tax regulatory regime of private foundations: insights for Australia. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 749-799 (2002). [L][W]

Tax Law. (Student survey.) 31 Sw. U. L. Rev. 537-556 (2002). [L][W]


TAXATION--STATE & LOCAL

Ohlenforst, Cynthia M., Jeff W. Dorrill and Steven W. Novak. Taxation. 55 SMU L. Rev. 1315-1343 (2002). [L][W]


TORTS

Ausness, Richard C. Tort liability for the sale of non-defective products: an analysis and critique of the concept of negligent marketing. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 907-965 (2002). [L][W]

Bales, Richard A. and Jeffrey A. McCormick. Workplace investigations in Ohio. 30 Cap. U. L. Rev. 29-124 (2002). [L][W]

Coale, David S. and Jennifer Evans Morris. Personal torts. 55 SMU L. Rev. 1277-1313 (2002). [L][W]

Frakes, Aron J. Note. Surety bad faith: tort recovery for breach of a construction performance bond. 2002 U. Ill. L. Rev. 497-527. [L][W]

Green, Michael D. The unanticipated ripples of comparative negligence: superseding cause in products liability and beyond. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1103- 1135 (2002). [L][W]

Keeton, Robert E. Honoring a friend and his extraordinary contributions to understanding and improving tort law. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 785-795 (2002). [L][W]

Mobley, David A. Comment. Revisiting Alabama's seat belt defense: is the failure to buckle up a defense in AEMLD claims? 53 Ala. L. Rev. 963- 1001 (2002). [L][W]

Praw, Douglas A. Comment. Venezuela v. Ford Motor Company: the trend of dismissing mass tort cases on grounds of forum non conveniens. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 373-393 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Rosenthal, Brent M. Toxic torts and mass torts. 55 SMU L. Rev. 1375-1390 (2002). [L][W]

Watson, John C. Defamation by racial misidentification: a study of the social tort. 4 Rutgers Race & L. Rev. 77-105 (2002). [L][W]


TRADE REGULATION

See: ST. JOHN'S LAW REVIEW below.

Anderson, Mark C. Self-regulation and league rules under the Sherman Act. 30 Cap. U. L. Rev. 125-152 (2002). [L][W]

Comerford, Michael E. Note. B2B Web sites, antitrust concerns, and the rule of reason. 75 St. John's L. Rev. 649-671 (2001). [L][W]

Jacobs, Matthew G. and Michael S. Mireles. The intersection of intellectual property and antitrust law: in re independent service organizations antitrust litigation. 15 Transnat'l Law. 293-303 (2002). [L][W]

Kusunoki, Shigeki. Shaping an anti-monopoly law sanction regime against cartels or bid collusion: a perspective on Japan's choice. 79 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 399-414 (2002). [L][W]

Robinson, Glen O. On refusing to deal with rivals. 87 Cornell L. Rev. 1177-1232 (2002). [L][W]

Stajer, Michael. Note. Anticompetitive concerns of Internet based B2B marketplaces: information sharing, collusion and monopsony power. 53 Hastings L.J. 965-986 (2002). [L][W]

Sugden, William. Note. Global antitrust and the evolution of an international standard. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 989-1020 (2002). [L][W]

[Antitrust Law and Consumer Harm.] Articles by David S. Evans, William H. Rooney, Stephen D. Houck, Robert D. Joffe and Edward D. Cavanagh. 75 St. John's L. Rev. 545-648 (2001). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for St. John's Law Review.)


TRUSTS

Arpad, Alexander R. Student article. Private transactions, public benefits, and perpetual control over the use of real property: Interpreting conservation easements as charitable trusts. 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 91-149 (2002). [L][W]

English, David M. The Uniform Trust Code (2000) and its application to Ohio. 30 Cap. U. L. Rev. 1-28 (2002). [L][W]


WATER LAW

See: UNIVERSITY OF DENVER WATER LAW REVIEW below.


WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW

See: JOURNAL OF LAW & EDUCATION below.

Adams, Matthew H. Note. Importing health benefits into wages--an invitation for legislative review of the wage definition under Washington's Industrial Insurance Act. (Cockle v. Department of Labor & Industries, 142 Wash 2d 801, 16 P.2d 583, 2001.) 25 Seattle U. L. Rev. 637-676 (2002). [L][W]

Counterpoint [on the Debate on Pay for Play]. Introduction by Perry A. Zirkel; article by Michael J. Mondello and Joseph Beckman. 31 J.L. & Educ. 291-303 (2002). [L][W]

(For contents see Tables of Contents of Indexed Law Reviews for Journal of Law & Education.)


26 TULANE MARITIME LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, SUMMER, 2002.

Bagot, Michael H., Jr. and Dana A. Henderson. Not party, not bound? Not necessarily: binding third parties to maritime arbitration. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 413-461 (2002). [L][W]

Goldsmith, Frederick B. River pilot, marine surveyor, and third-party inspector liability. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 463-514 (2002). [L][W]

Measter, Charles L. and Peter Skoufalos. The increasing role of mediation in resolving shipping disputes. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 515-561 (2002). [L][W]

Woodruff, James J., II. Merchants, traders, and pirates: the birth of the Admiralty Clause. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 563-579 (2002). [L][W]

Cao, Alex. Maritime injunction in the Maritime Procedure Law of P.R.C. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 581-597 (2002). [L][W]

Marler, David F.H. The treatment, by the Federal Court of Canada, of demise and equivalent identity of carrier clauses in liner bills of lading. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 597-608 (2002). [L][W]

Pentsov, Dmirtri A. Maritime liens, rights of retention, and mortgage of vessels under the legislation of the Russian Federation. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 609-630 (2002). [L][W]

Dong, Hee Suh. Recent developments in Korean maritime law: improved shipowner's remedy in wrongful arrest. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 631-690 (2002). [L][W]

Tiberg, Hugo. Developments in the Swedish Maritime Law: 1999-2000. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 641-665 (2002). [L][W]

Durrett, Rachael S. Note. Asserting district court authority to hear maritime matters in the wake of the Contract Disputes Act of 1978. (Marine Logistics, Inc. v. England, 265 F.3d 1322, Fed. Cir. 2001.) 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 667-674 (2002). [L][W]

Hoff, Shannon E. Note. No recovery for medical monitoring costs in personal injury claims. (In re Marine Asbestos Cases, 265 F.3d 861, 2001 AMC 2686, 9th Cir. 2001.) 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 675-682 (2002). [L][W]

Spielman, E. Stewart. Note. Drilling through the muddied waters on the Outer Continental Shelf: an examination of the Fifth Circuit's recent decision in ... (Demette v. Falcon Drilling Co., 253 F.3d 840, 2001 AMC 2272, 5th Cir. 2001, superseded by 280 F.3d 492, 5th Cir. 2002.) 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 683-694 (2002). [L][W]

Tadross, George. Note. The saving to suitors clause vs. the Limitation of Liability Act: a compromise as found in ... (Lewis v. Lewis & Clark Marine, Inc., 531 U.S. 438, 2001 AMC 913, 2001.) 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 695- 703 (2002). [L][W]

Wooster, Daniel H. Note. Prosecuting a limitation action has a price to foreign shipowners. (Karim v. Finch Shipping Co., 265 F.3d 258, 2001 AMC 2618, 5th Cir. 2001.) 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 705-718 (2002). [L][W]

Cumulative Index. 26 Tul. Mar. L.J. 719-789 (2002). [L][W]


15 TRANSNATIONAL LAWYER, NO. 2, SPRING, 2002.

Engle, Eric Allen. When is fair use fair?: A comparison of E.U. and U.S. intellectual property law. 15 Transnat'l Law. 187-225 (2002). [L][W]

Kim, Kwang-Rok. How do you settle business disputes with Koreans?: The advent of a new amendment to the Korean Arbitration Act. 15 Transnat'l Law. 227-240 (2002). [L][W]

Lee, Eun Sup. The changing liability system of sea carriers and maritime insurance: focusing on the enforcement of the Hamburg Rules. 15 Transnat'l Law. 241-255 (2002). [L][W]

Symposium: Beyond Napster--The Future of the Digital Commons. 15 Transnat'l Law. 257-322 (2002). [L][W]

Parker, Elizabeth Rindskopf. Introduction. 15 Transnat'l Law. 257-258 (2002). [L][W]

Bergen, Grace J. The Napster case: the whole world is listening. 15 Transnat'l Law. 259-277 (2002). [L][W]

Hervey, Scott. The future of online music: labels and artists. 15 Transnat'l Law. 279-291 (2002). [L][W]

Jacobs, Matthew G. and Michael S. Mireles. The intersection of intellectual property and antitrust law: in re independent service organizations antitrust litigation. 15 Transnat'l Law. 293-303 (2002). [L][W]

Pink, Scott W. Publishing in the digital age. 15 Transnat'l Law. 305- 311 (2002). [L][W]

Scully, Jed. Beyond Napster--is it just music? Or are judicial resolutions ineffective in digital commerce? 15 Transnat'l Law. 313-322 (2002). [L][W]

Engle, Rachel. Comment. Party autonomy in international arbitration: where uniformity gives way to predictability. 15 Transnat'l Law. 323-356 (2002). [L][W]

Hans, Monica. Comment. Providing for uniformity in the exercise of universal jurisdiction: can either the Princeton Principles on Universal Jurisdiction or an International Criminal Court accomplish this goal? 15 Transnat'l Law. 357-403 (2002). [L][W]

Rambarran, Ian A. Comment. I accept, but do they? ... The need for electronic signature legislation on Mainland China. 15 Transnat'l Law. 405-436 (2002). [L][W]


53 SOUTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW, NO. 4, SUMMER, 2002.

Products Liability Law Symposium in Memory of Professor Gary T. Schwartz. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 777-1261 (2002). [L][W]

Introduction

Bibliography of the products liability and tort law scholarship of Gary T. Schwartz. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 777-780 (2002). [L][W]

Owen, David G. Remembering Gary. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 781-783 (2002). [L][W]

Keeton, Robert E. Honoring a friend and his extraordinary contributions to understanding and improving tort law. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 785-795 (2002). [L][W]

Page, Joseph A. A voice of reason: the products liability scholarship of Gary T. Schwartz. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 797-814 (2002). [L][W]

Henderson, James A., Jr. and Aaron D. Twerski. Asbestos litigation gone mad: exposure-based recovery for increased risk, mental distress, and medical monitoring. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 815-850 (2002). [L][W]

Owen, David G. Manufacturing defects. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 851-905 (2002). [L][W]

Ausness, Richard C. Tort liability for the sale of non-defective products: an analysis and critique of the concept of negligent marketing. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 907-965 (2002). [L][W]

Davis, Mary J. Unmasking the presumption in favor of preemption. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 967-1030 (2002). [L][W]

Shapo, Marshall S. Products at the millennium: traversing a transverse section. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1031-1046 (2002). [L][W]

Phillips, Jerry J. Consumer expectations. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1047-1065 (2002). [L][W]

White, James J. Reverberations from the collision of tort and warranty. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1067-1084 (2002). [L][W]

Cupp, Richard L., Jr. Proximate cause, the proposed Basic Principles Restatement, and products liability. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1085-1102 (2002). [L][W]

Green, Michael D. The unanticipated ripples of comparative negligence: superseding cause in products liability and beyond. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1103-1135 (2002). [L][W]

Fischer, David A. Product liability: a commentary on the liability of suppliers of component parts and raw materials. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1137- 1152 (2002). [L][W]

Epstein, Richard A. Imperfect liability regimes: individual and corporate issues. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1153-1174 (2002). [L][W]

Madden, M. Stuart. Renegade conduct and punitive damages in tort. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1175-1191 (2002). [L][W]

Bernstein, Anita. Products liability in the United States Supreme Court: a venture in memory of Gary Schwartz. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1193-1223 (2002). [L][W]

Stapleton, Jane. Bugs in Anglo-American products liability. 53 S.C. L. Rev. 1225-1261 (2002). [L][W]


50 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE LAW, NO. 1, WINTER, 2002.

Symeonides, Symeon C. Choice of law in the American courts in 2001: fifteenth annual survey. 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 1-95 (2002). [L][W]

Pistor, Katharina. The standardization of law and its effect on developing economies. 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 97-130 (2002). [L][W]

Alexander, Gregory S. Comparing the two legal realisms--American and Scandinavian. 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 131-174 (2002). [L][W]

Hiller, Jack A. and Bernhard Grossfeld. Comparative legal semiotics and the divided brain: are we producing half-brained lawyers? 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 175-200 (2002). [L][W]

Geeroms, Sofie M.F. Comparative law and legal translation: why the terms cassation, revision and appeal should not be translated. 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 201-228 (2002). [L][W]

Shapiro, Sidney A. Book review. (Reviewing Regulatory Encounters: Multinational Corporations and American Legal Adversarialism, edited by Robert A. Kagan and Lee Axelrad.) 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 229-240 (2002). [L][W]

Books Received. 50 Am. J. Comp. L. 241-242 (2002). [L][W]


4 AUSTRALIA JOURNAL OF ASIAN LAW, NO. 1, MAY, 2002.

Tan, Eugene KB. 'We' v 'I': communitarian legalism in Singapore. 4 Austl. J. Asian L. 1-29 (2002). [L][W]

McGeachy, Hilary. The invention of Burmese Buddhist law: a case study in legal orientalism. 4 Austl. J. Asian L. 39-52 (2002). [L][W]

Kamiya, Masako. Narrowing the avenues to Japan's Supreme Court: the policy implications of Japan's Code of Civil Procedure reforms. 4 Austl. J. Asian L. 53-76 (2002). [L][W]

Lawson, Carol and Simon Thornley. 'Perceptions of the Current State of the Japanese Legal System': interview with Koji Sato, Chairman of Japan's Judicial Reform Interview. (Translation.) 4 Austl. J. Asian L. 76-91 (2002). [L][W]

Hooker, MB. Native title in Malaysia continued--Nor's Case. 4 Austl. J. Asian L. 92-105 (2002). [L][W]


22 BOSTON COLLEGE THIRD WORLD LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, SPRING, 2002.

Aka, Philip C. The "dividend of democracy": analyzing U.S. support for Nigerian democratization. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 225-279 (2002). [L][W]

Rogers, Alan. "Success--at long last": the abolition of the death penalty in Massachusetts, 1928-1984. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 281-353 (2002). [L][W]

Krzewinski, Lisa M. Note. But I didn't do it: protecting the rights of juveniles during interrogation. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 355-387 (2002). [L][W]

Ranen, Jeffrey Scott. Note. Was blind but now I see: the argument for ADA applicability to the Internet. 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 389-418 (2002). [L][W]

DelTufo, Kara M. Book note. Resisting "utmost resistance": using Rape Trauma Syndrome to combat underlying rape myths influencing acquaintance rape trials. (Reviewing Susan Ehrlich, Representing Rape: Language and Sexual Consent.) 22 B.C. Third World L.J. 419-443 (2002). [L][W]


11 PACIFIC RIM LAW & POLICY JOURNAL, NO. 3, JUNE, 2002.

Oriola, Taiwo A. Ethical and legal issues in Singapore biomedical research. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 497-529 (2002). [L][W]

Wang, Tay-sheng. The legal development of Taiwan in the 20th century: toward a liberal and democratic country. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 531- 559 (2002). [L][W]

Junji, Annen. Constitutionalism as a political culture. Translated by Lee H. Rousso. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 561-576 (2002). [L][W]

Criswell, Dianne M. Comment. Durable consent and a strong transitional peacekeeping plan: the success of UNTAET in light of the lessons learned in Cambodia. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 577-612 (2002). [L][W]

Dufseth, Amber. Comment. Indonesia's 1999 political laws: the right of association in Aceh and Papua. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 613-641 (2002). [L][W]

Hur, Claire J. Comment. Returnees from South America: Japan's model for legal multiculturalism? 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 643-686 (2002). [L][W]

Schroeder, Teresa. Comment. Chinese regulation of traditional Chinese medicine in the modern world: can the Chinese effectively profit from one of their most valuable cultural resources? 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 687- 716 (2002). [L][W]

Shannon, Devon. Comment. The future of municipal fisheries in the Philippines: does the Philippine Fisheries Code do enough? 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 717-743 (2002). [L][W]

Stanton, Kristi. Comment. A call for co-management: treaty fishing allocation in New Zealand and Western Washington. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 745-767 (2002). [L][W]

Tumenova, Dana. Comment. Evolution of land reform in Russia: the 2001 Land Code and its impact on the commercial real estate market and direct foreign investment. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 769-793 (2002). [L][W]

Xiang, Joy Y. Comment. How wide should the gate of "technology" be? Patentability of business methods in China. 11 Pac. Rim L. & Pol'y J. 795- 828 (2002). [L][W]


90 GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL, NO. 4, APRIL, 2002.

Cunningham, Clark D., Glenn C. Loury and John David Skrentny. Passing strict scrutiny: using social science to design affirmative action programs. 90 Geo. L.J. 835-882 (2002). [L][W]

Guzman, Andrew T. Choice of law: new foundations. 90 Geo. L.J. 883-940 (2002). [L][W]

O'Hara, Erin Ann. Economics, public choice, and the perennial conflict of laws. 90 Geo. L.J. 941-956 (2002). [L][W]

Stephan, Paul B. The political economic of choice of law. 90 Geo. L.J. 957-970 (2002). [L][W]

Guzman, Andrew T. Public choice and international regulatory competition. 90 Geo. L.J. 971-984 (2002). [L][W]

Farber, Daniel A. Who killed Lochner? (Reviewing G. Edward White, The Constitution and the New Deal.) 90 Geo. L.J. 985-1007 (2002). [L][W]

Valdivieso, Veronica. Note. DNA warrants: a panacea for old, cold rape cases? 90 Geo. L.J. 1009-1053 (2002). [L][W]

Wertkin, Jeffrey A. Note. Reintroducing compromise to the nondelegation doctrine. 90 Geo. L.J. 1055-1086 (2002). [L][W]


65 LAW AND CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS, NO. 2, SPRING, 2002.

Enduring and Empowering: The Bill of Rights in the Third Millennium. James E. Coleman, Jr. and Barry Sullivan, Special Editors. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 1-294 (2002). [L][W]

Coleman, James E., Jr. and Barry Sullivan. Foreword. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 1-5 (2002). [L][W]

O'Neil, Robert M. Rights in conflict: the First Amendment's third century. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 7-31 (2002). [L][W]

Wendel, W. Bradley. "Certain fundamental truths": a dialectic on negative and positive liberty in hate-speech cases. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 33-85 (2002). [L][W]

Gellman, Susan. The First Amendment in a time that tries men's souls. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 87-101 (2002). [L][W]

Amar, Akhil Reed. Second thoughts. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 103-111 (2002). [L][W]

Denning, Brannon P. and Glenn H. Reynolds. Telling Miller's tale: a reply to David Yassky. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 113-123 (2002). [L][W]

Taslitz, Andrew E. The Fourth Amendment in the twenty-first century: technology, privacy, and human emotions. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 125- 187 (2002). [L][W]

Heffernan, Liz. The Treaty of Nice: arming the courts to defend a European Bill of Rights? 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 189-221 (2002). [L][W]

Sadurski, Wojciech. PostCommunist charters of rights in Europe and the U.S. Bill of Rights. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 223-250 (2002). [L][W]

Kurczewski, Jacek and Barry Sullivan. The Bill of Rights and the emerging democracies. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. 251-294 (2002). [L][W]

Letters to the Editor. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. unpaged (2002).

Previously Published Symposia. 65 Law & Contemp. Probs. unpaged (2002).


26 DELAWARE JOURNAL OF CORPORATE LAW, NO. 3, PP. 849-1118, 2001.

Veasey, Chief Justice E. Norman, Delaware Sup. Ct. The role of the Delaware courts in merger and acquisition litigation. 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 849-857 (2001). [L][W]

Allen, William T., Jack B. Jacobs and Leo E. Strine, Jr. Function over form: a reassessment of standards of review in Delaware corporation law. [Reprint.] 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 859-895 (2001). [L][W]

Alexander, Frederick H. Reining in good intentions: common law protections of voting rights. 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 897-909 (2001). [L][W]

Lazarus, Lewis H. Standards of review in conflict transactions: an examination of decisions rendered on motions to dismiss. 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 911-926 (2001). [L][W]

McBride, David C. and Danielle Gibbs. Interference with voting rights: the metaphysics of Blasius Industries v. Atlas Corp. 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 927-945 (2001). [L][W]

Regan, Paul L. What's left of Unocal? 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 947-974 (2001). [L][W]

Varallo, Gregory V. and Srinivas M. Raju. A fresh look at deal protection devices: out from the shadow of the omnipresent specter. 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 975-991 (2001). [L][W]

Symposium Transcript: Judicial Standards of Review of Corporate Fiduciary Action (May 23, 2001). Moderators: Lewis H. Lazarus, Lawrence A. Hamermesh and Henry E. Gallagher, Jr.; presenters: William T. Allen, Hon. Jack B. Jacobs and Hon. Leo E. Strine, Jr.; commentator: Hon. E.Norman Veasey. 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 993-1103 (2001). [L][W]

Korolev, Vladimir S. Comment. Brehm v. Eisner, or some reflections about the Disney case. (Brehm v. Eisner, 746 A.2d 244, Del. 2000.) 26 Del. J. Corp. L. 1105-1118 (2001). [L][W]

Cumulative Index. 26 Del. J. Corp. L. i-xi (2001).


29 FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL, NO. 5, JUNE, 2002.

Eleventh Annual Symposium on Contemporary Urban Challenges: Problem Solving Courts: From Adversarial Litigation to Innovative Jurisprudence. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1755-2191 (2002). [L][W]

Introduction and Welcome. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1755-1757 (2002). [L][W]

The Birth of a Problem-Solving Court. Panelists: Rolando Acosta, Anne Swern, Lisa Schreibersdorf and Gloria Sosa-Lintner. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1758-1789 (2002). [L][W]

The Changing Face of Justice: The Evolution of Problem Solving. Panelists: Joseph E. Gubbay, Morris B. Hoffman, Martin G. Karopkin, Marilyn Roberts, Bruce J. Winick and Lisa Smith. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1790-1826 (2002). [L][W]

What the Data Shows. Panelists: Carl Baar, Steven Belenko, Aubrey Fox and Rachel Porter. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1827-1857 (2002). [L][W]

What Does the Future Hold for Drug Courts? Panelists: Nahama Broner, Caroline S. Cooper, Michael Jacobson, Juanita Bing-Newton and Deborah P. Small. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1858-1891 (2002). [L][W]

The Impact of Problem Solving on the Lawyer's Role and Ethics. Panelists: Judy H. Kluger, Pat Murrell, Jeffrey Tauber, Steven M. Zeidman, Alex Calabrese and Susan Hendricks. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1892- 1924 (2002). [L][W]

Kaye, Chief Judge Judith H. Keynote address. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1925- 1928 (2002). [L][W]

What Works and What Does Not. Panelists: Michael Rempel, Adele V. Harrell, Jeff Fagan and Barbara Babb. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1929-1957 (2002). [L][W]

The Nexus Between Technology and Problem Solving. Panelists: James McMillan, Robert T. Russell, Mina Kimmerling and Mark Thompson. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1958-1980 (2002). [L][W]

Alternative Approaches to Problem Solving. Panelists: Susan Finlay, Richard Hopper, Derek Denckla and John S. Goldkamp. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1981-2009 (2002). [L][W]

The Judicial Perspective. Panelists: Jo Ann Ferdinand, William G. Schma, James A. Yates, Peggy Hora and John Martin. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2011-2040 (2002). [L][W]

How Does the Community Feel About Problem Solving Courts? Panelists: Michele Bertran, Mary Barr, Charles Grodin, Monroe H. Freedman and Jacqueline Nolan-Haley. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2041-2061 (2002). [L][W]

Hoffman, Morris B. Therapeutic jurisprudence, neo-rehabilitationism, and judicial collectivism: the least dangerous branch becomes most dangerous. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2063-2098 (2002). [L][W]

Bertran, Michele. Judicial ombudsman: solving problems in the courts. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2099-2116 (2002). [L][W]

Gould, Philip D. and Patricia H. Murrell. Therapeutic jurisprudence and cognitive complexity: an overview. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2117-2132 (2002). [L][W]

Kay, Amanda. Comment. The agony of Ecstasy: reconsidering the punitive approach to United States drug policy. 29 Fordham Urb. L.J. 2133-2191 (2002). [L][W]


29 AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW, NO. 2, SPRING, 2002.

Cole, Lance. The Fifth Amendment and compelled production of personal documents after United States v. Hubbell--new protection for private papers? 29 Am. J. Crim. L. 123-192 (2002). [L][W]

Rosenberg, Ben. The growth of federal criminal common law. 29 Am. J. Crim. L. 193-221 (2002). [L][W]

Dodson, Scott. Habeas review of perfunctory state court decisions on the merits. 29 Am. J. Crim. L. 223-243 (2002). [L][W]

Ross, Jacqueline E. Damned under many headings: the problem of multiple punishment. 29 Am. J. Crim. L. 245-327 (2002). [L][W]

Nadalo, Jeff. Book note. Changing crime: a study in the development of China. (Reviewing Crime and Social Control in a Changing China, edited by Jianhong Lui, Lening Zhang and Steven F. Messner.) 29 Am. J. Crim. L. 329- 332 (2002). [L][W]

Parker, Candy. Book note. Petit apartheid in the U.S. criminal justice system. (Reviewing Dragan Milovanovic and Katheryn K. Russell, Petit Apartheid in the U.S. Criminal Justice System: The Dark Figure of Racism.) 29 Am. J. Crim. L. 333-339 (2002). [L][W]


45 HOWARD LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, WINTER, 2002.

Symposium, Presented April 2, 2001: The Education Divide: Gauging the Impact of Legal Challenges to School Vouchers and Parental Choice on America's Children. 45 How. L.J. 247-489 (2002). [L][W]

Kahlenberg, Richard D. Socioeconomic school integration through public school choice: a progressive alternative to vouchers. 45 How. L.J. 247- 280 (2002). [L][W]

Robinson, Gerard Toussaint. Can the spirit of Brown survive in the era of school choice? A legal and policy perspective. 45 How. L.J. 281-336 (2002). [L][W]

Holland, Robert and Don Soifer. How school choice benefits the urban poor. 45 How. L.J. 337-374 (2002). [L][W]

Goodman, John C. School choice vs. school choice. 45 How. L.J. 375-394 (2002). [L][W]

Ladner, Matthew and Matthew J. Brouillette. The impact of charter schools and public school choice on public school districts in Wayne County, Michigan. 45 How. L.J. 395-426 (2002). [L][W]

Snell, Lisa. School vouchers as a legal sanction. 45 How. L.J. 427-443 (2002). [L][W]

Carroll, Grace, Mary L. Gentry and Albert N. Gentry. School privatization: a cure or a curse? 45 How. L.J. 445-464 (2002). [L][W]

Savage, Heather S. Note. The school voucher debate: recasting the third prong of the Lemon test. 45 How. L.J. 465-489 (2002). [L][W]


31 JOURNAL OF LAW & EDUCATION, NO. 3, JULY, 2002.

Conn, Kathleen. When school management companies fail: righting educational wrongs. 31 J.L. & Educ. 245-269 (2002). [L][W]

Fulmer, Jason R. Dismissing the "immoral" teacher for conduct outside the workplace--do current laws protect the interests of both school authorities and teachers? 31 J.L. & Educ. 271-289 (2002). [L][W]

Counterpoint [on the Debate on Pay for Play]. 31 J.L. & Educ. 291-303 (2002). [L][W]

Zirkel, Perry A. Intercollegiate athletics: who is "exploiting" whom? 31 J.L. & Educ. 291-292 (2002). [L][W]

Mondello, Michael J. and Joseph Beckman. Worker's compensation and collegiate athletes: the debate over the pay for play model: a counterpoint. 31 J.L. & Educ. 293-303 (2002). [L][W]

Mead, Julie F. Determining charter schools' responsibilities for children with disabilities: a guide through the legal labyrinth. 31 J.L. & Educ. 305-326 (2002). [L][W]

Shipley, Tracy Elizabeth. Student article. Child care centers and children with special needs: rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. 31 J.L. & Educ. 327-349 (2002). [L][W]

Recent Developments in the Law

Supreme Court Review. 31 J.L. & Educ. 351-354 (2002). [L][W]

Primary and Secondary Education. 31 J.L. & Educ. 355-364 (2002). [L][W]

Universities and Other Institutions. 31 J.L. & Educ. 364-366 (2002). [L][W]

Law Review Digests. 31 J.L. & Educ. 367-372 (2002). [L][W]

Chalk Talk
Stewart, David. Student article. Expanding remedies for IDEA violations. 31 J.L. & Educ. 373-379 (2002). [L][W]

Book Review. 31 J.L. & Educ. 381-383 (2002). [L][W]


8 BUFFALO ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL, NO. 2, SPRING, 2001.

The 20th Anniversary of Love Canal: Lessons Learned: Conference Held at University at Buffalo, October 8 & 9, 1998. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 173-329 (2001). [L][W]

HISTORY OF LOVE CANAL AND SUNY AT BUFFALO'S RESPONSE

Steegman, Ted. History of Love Canal and SUNY at Buffalo's response: history, the university role, and health research. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 173-194 (2001). [L][W]

Levine, Adeline. History of Love Canal and SUNY at Buffalo's response. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 195-201 (2001). [L][W]

SCIENCE AND HEALTH RISKS RESARCH SINCE LOVE CANAL

Vena, John E. Science and health risks research since Love Canal. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 203-216 (2001). [L][W]

Olson, James. Science and health risks research since Love Canal. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 217-224 (2001). [L][W]

REFLECTIONS ON LOVE CANAL

Hahn-Baker, David. Reflections on Love Canal. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 225-241 (2001). [L][W]

PUBLIC POLICY AND LAW SINCE LOVE CANAL

Cannon, Jon. Public policy and law since Love Canal. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 243-249 (2001). [L][W]

Berger, Robert. Public policy and law since Love Canal: unintended and unforseen consequences of Love Canal and the Superfund legislation. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 251-254 (2001). [L][W]

ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIAL MOVEMENTS SINCE LOVE CANAL

Schnaiberg, Allan. Environmental movements since Love Canal: hope, despair & [im]mobilization? 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 255-269 (2001). [L][W]

Heminway, Diane. Environmental social movements since Love Canal: lessons learned. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 271-282 (2001). [L][W]

Swantson, Samara. Environmental social movements since Love Canal. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 283-291 (2001). [L][W]

INDUSTRIAL POLICY SINCE LOVE CANAL

Kryzan, Alice. Industrial policy since Love Canal. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 293-301 (2001). [L][W]

Washington, Val. Industrial policy since Love Canal. 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 303-308 (2001). [L][W]

Edelstein, Michael R. Does time bring perspective? Love Canal at the age of twenty. (Reviewing Allan Mazur, A Hazardous Inquiry: The Rashomon Effect at Love Canal.) 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 309-319 (2001). [L][W]

Gilbertson, Michael. Contaminated groundwater: a transgenerational Greek tragedy. (Reviewing Regulating Chemical Accumulation in the Environment: The Integration of Toxicology and Economics in Environmental Policy-Making, edited by Timothy Swanson and Marco Vighi.) 8 Buff. Envtl. L.J. 321-329 (2001). [L][W]


53 HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL, NO. 4, APRIL, 2002.

Symposium: Association of American Law Schools, Annual Meeting, Evidence Section Program. 53 Hastings L.J. 733-884 (2002). [L][W]

The Politics of [Evidence] Rulemaking. Panel Transcript participants: Judge Fern Smith, Kenneth S. Broun, Gregory P. Joseph, Laird Kirkpatrick and Paul Rice. 53 Hastings L.J. 733-768 (2002). [L][W]

Broun, Kenneth S. Giving codification a second chance--testimonial privileges and the Federal Rules of Evidence. 53 Hastings L.J. 769-815 (2002). [L][W]

Rice, Paul R. Advisory Committee on the Federal Rules of Evidence: tending to the past and pretending for the future? 53 Hastings L.J. 817- 842 (2002). [L][W]

Scallen, Eileen A. Analyzing "the politics of [evidence] rulemaking. 53 Hastings L.J. 843-884 (2002). [L][W]

Tung, Frederick. After Orange County: reforming California municipal bankruptcy law. 53 Hastings L.J. 885-929 (2002). [L][W]

Bevitz, Joshua B. Note. Flawed foreign policy: hypocritical U.S. attitudes toward international criminal forums. 53 Hastings L.J. 931-963 (2002). [L][W]

Stajer, Michael. Note. Anticompetitive concerns of Internet based B2B marketplaces: information sharing, collusion and monopsony power. 53 Hastings L.J. 965-986 (2002). [L][W]


17 CONNECTICUT JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, NO. 2, SPRING, 2002.

Symposium--The Global AIDS Crisis. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 149-321 (2002). [L][W]

Berkman, Alan, M.D. Introduction. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 149-155 (2002). [L][W]

Berger, Jonathan M. Tripping over patents: AIDS, access to treatment and the manufacturing of scarcity. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 157-248 (2002). [L][W]

Adelstein, Richard. Equity and efficiency in markets for ideas. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 249-261 (2002). [L][W]

Csete, Joanne. Several for the price of one: right to AIDS treatment as link to other human rights. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 263-272 (2002). [L][W]

Joni, Jennifer. Access to treatment for HIV/AIDS: a human rights issue in the developing world. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 273-280 (2002). [L][W]

Lazzarini, Zita. Access to HIV drugs: are we changing the two world paradigm? 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 281-296 (2002). [L][W]

Otunnu, Ochoro E. The AIDS Fund for Africa. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 297- 302 (2002). [L][W]

Rembe, Nasila S. To reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights: the challenge of managing diversity in Africa. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 303-309 (2002). [L][W]

Viana, Jose M. N. Intellectual property rights, the World Trade Organization and public health: the Brazilian perspective. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 311-318 (2002). [L][W]

Vieira, Cesar. Changing roles of state and non-state actors in the wake of drugs access decisions in South Africa and Brazil. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 319-321 (2002). [L][W]

Van der Vyver, Johan D. Book review. (Reviewing Brian Barry, Culture and Equality: An Egalitarian Critiue of Multiculturalism.) 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 323-334 (2002). [L][W]

Dyson, Stephanie F. Comment. The clash between corruption and codes of conduct: the corporate role in forging a human rights standard. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 335-360 (2002). [L][W]

Gregoire, Khristopher M. Comment. A survey of international hearsay exceptions in child sex abuse cases: balancing the equities in search of a more pragmatic rule. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 361-392 (2002). [L][W]

Ayer, Allison C. Comment. Stem cell research: the laws of nations and a proposal for international guidelines. 17 Conn. J. Int'l L. 393-428 (2002). [L][W]


8 SOUTHWESTERN JOURNAL OF LAW AND TRADE IN THE AMERICAS, NO. 2, PP. 271-445, 2001-2002.

Gatien, Konrad. Editor's comment. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. unpaged (2001- 2002).

Carrio, Alejandro. The Argentine Supreme Court ruled "there are no crimes" and former President Menem walked away: that's what friends are for. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 271-281 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Ladutke, Lawrence Michael. Expression for and against the vigilante death squad Sombre Negra. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 283-309 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Vilas, Carlos M. By their own hands: mass lynchings in contemporary Mexico. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 311-333 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Mendenhall, Margaret. Note. A case for consular notification: treaty obligation as a matter of life or death. (Saldano v. Texas, 530 U.S. 1212, 2000.) 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 335-355 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Perez, Geronimo. Comment. Argentina's Supreme Court enters the political fray in a move aimed at surviving the public calls for impeachment. (Takko c/Freddo S.A., ___Fallos___, Feb. 1, 2002.) 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 357-372 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Praw, Douglas A. Comment. Venezuela v. Ford Motor Company: the trend of dismissing mass tort cases on grounds of forum non conveniens. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 373-393 (2001-2002). [L][W]

Salimipour, Negin. Comment. The challenge of regulating hate and offensive speech on the Internet. 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 395-421 (2001- 2002). [L][W]

Tadesse, Tenagne. Comment. The Breard aftermath: is the U.S. listening? 8 Sw. J.L. & Trade Am. 423-445 (2001-2002). [L][W]


35 VANDERBILT JOURNAL OF TRANSNATIONAL LAW, NO. 3, MAY, 2002.

Reisman, W. Michael. Unratified treaties and other unperfected acts in international law: constitutional functions. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 729-747 (2002). [L][W]

Crimm, Nina J. Shortcomings in U.S. federal tax regulatory regime of private foundations: insights for Australia. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 749-799 (2002). [L][W]

Paust, Jordan J. Human rights responsibilities of private corporations. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 801-825 (2002). [L][W]

Yu, Ping. Glittery promise vs. dismal reality: the role of a criminal lawyer in the People's Republic of China after the 1996 revision of the Criminal Procedure Law. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 827-864 (2002). [L][W]

Fisher, Daniel I. Note. "Super jumbo" problem: Boeing, Airbus, and the battle for the geopolitical future. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 865-892 (2002). [L][W]

Gilmer, Lillian Roe. Note. Japan's Communications Interception Act: unconstitutional invasion of privacy or necessary tool? 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 893-923 (2002). [L][W]

Holmes, John. Note. End the moratorium: the Timor Gap Treaty as a model for the complete resolution of the Western Gap in the Gulf of Mexico. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 925-952 (2002). [L][W]

Porcello, Ryan M. Note. International bounty hunter ride-along: should U.K. thrill seekers be permitted to pay to experience a week in the life of a U.S. bounty hunter? 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 953-987 (2002). [L][W]

Sugden, William. Note. Global antitrust and the evolution of an international standard. 35 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 989-1020 (2002). [L][W]


50 UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS LAW REVIEW, NO. 4, MAY, 2002.

50th Anniversary Volume

Symposium: Globalization and Sovereignty. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 635-865 (2002). [L][W]

Bhala, Raj. Theological categories for special and differential treatment. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 635-693 (2002). [L][W]

Bradlow, Daniel D. Should the international financial institutions play a role in the implementation and enforcement of international humanitarian law? 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 695-729 (2002). [L][W]

Head, John W. Throwing eggs at windows: legal and institutional globalization in the 21st-century economy. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 731-777 (2002). [L][W]

Morais, Herbert V. The quest for international standards: global governance vs. sovereignty. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 779-821 (2002). [L][W]

Wallach, Lori M. Accountable governance in the era of globalization: the WTO, NAFTA, and international harmonization of standards. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 823-865 (2002). [L][W]

Dove, Chris. Comment. Can voluntary compliance protect the environment?: The North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation. 50 U. Kan. L. Rev. 867-899 (2002). [L][W]


22 BERKELEY JOURNAL OF EMPLOYMENT AND LABOR LAW, NO. 2, PP. 271-526, 2001.

Arthurs, Harry. Reinventing labor law for the global economy: The Benjamin Aaron Lecture. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 271-294 (2001). [L][W]

Carlson, Richard R. Why the law still can't tell an employee when it sees one and how it ought to stop trying. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 295- 368 (2001). [L][W]

Hartley, Roger C. Non-legislative labor law reform and pre-recognition labor neutrality agreements: the newest civil rights movement. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 369-408 (2001). [L][W]

Prestes, Brian S. Student article. Disciplining the Americans with Disabilities Act's direct threat defense. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 409-463 (2001). [L][W]

Dunson, Marvin III. Comment. Sex, gender, and transgender: the present and future of employment discrimination law. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 465-505 (2001). [L][W]

Stein, Michael Ashley. Hardball, politics, and the NLRB. (Reviewing Willliam B. Gould IV, Labored Relations: Law, Politics, and the NLRB--A Memoir.) 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 507-515 (2001). [L][W]

Abstracts. 22 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 517-526 (2001). [L][W]


4 RUTGERS RACE & THE LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, PP. 1-105, 2002.

Symposium Articles

Wang, Lu-in. Hate crime and everyday discrimination: influence of and on the social context. 4 Rutgers Race & L. Rev. 1-31 (2002). [L][W]

Bell, Jeannine. Deciding when hate is a crime: the First Amendment, police detectives, and the identification of hate crime. 4 Rutgers Race & L. Rev. 33-76 (2002). [L][W]

Watson, John C. Defamation by racial misidentification: a study of the social tort. 4 Rutgers Race & L. Rev. 77-105 (2002). [L][W]


75 TEMPLE LAW REVIEW, NO. 1, SPRING, 2002.

75th Anniversary Issue

Walker, Richard H. 75th Anniversary of the Temple Law Review. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 1-6 (2002). [L][W]

Sloviter, Hon. Dolores K. In praise of law reviews. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 7- 12 (2002). [L][W]

Rahdert, Mark C. and Laura E. Little. The future of Temple Law Review: statis and change. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 13-21 (2002). [L][W]

Reilly, Lawrence J. From Temple Law Quarterly to Temple Law Review: a historical survey. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 23-29 (2002). [L][W]

Knauer, Nancy J. The September 11 attacks and surviving same-sex partners: defining family through tragedy. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 31-98 (2002). [L][W]

Cappalli, Richard B. Bringing Internet information to court: of "legislative facts". 75 Temp. L. Rev. 99-123 (2002). [L][W]

Alle-Murphy, Linda. Comment. Are compulsory arbitration clauses in consumer contracts enforceable? A contractual analysis. 75 Temp. L. Rev. 125-161 (2002). [L][W]

Powers, Scott T. Case note. Commerce--a retreat from clarity: the Supreme Court adds a wrinkle to the "aggregated effects" doctrine of its Commerce Clause jurisprudence. (United States v. Morrison, 519 U.S. 598, 2000.) 75 Temp. L. Rev. 163-200 (2002). [L][W]


23 HAMLINE JOURNAL OF PUBLIC LAW & POLICY, NO. 2, SPRING, 2002.

Carmichael, Christopher W. Proposals for reforming the American electoral system after the 2000 presidential election: universal voter registration, mandatory voting, and negative balloting. 23 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol'y 255-324 (2002). [L][W]

Ciccone, Anthony. Student article. The constitutional right to vote is not a duty. 23 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol'y 325-357 (2002). [L][W]

Dugree-Pearson, Tanya. Student article. Disenfranchisement--a race neutral punishment for felony offenders or a way to diminish the minority vote? 23 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol'y 359-402 (2002). [L][W]

Brozovich, Elise. Student article. Prospects for democratic change: non- citizen suffrage in America. 23 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol'y 403-453 (2002). [L][W]

Mathews, Melissa K. Student article. Restoring the Imperial Presidency: an examination of President Bush's new Emergency Powers. 23 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol'y 455-492 (2002). [L][W]

Braun, Susanna. Student article. Forgiveness, South Africa's Truth Commission, and military trials: America's options in dealing with crimes against humanity in light of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. 23 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol'y 493-521 (2002). [L][W]


37 REAL PROPERTY, PROBATE AND TRUST JOURNAL, NO. 1, SPRING, 2002.

Belcher, Dennis I. and Laura O. Pomeroy. A practitioner's guide for negotiating, drafting and enforcing premarital agreements. 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 1-28 (2002). [L][W]

Haupt, Erika L. For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer: premarital agreement case studies. 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 29-43 (2002). [L][W]

Douglass, W. Birch, III. Book review. (Reviewing Alexander Lindey and Louis I. Parley, Lindey & Parley on Separation Agreements and Antenuptial Contracts. 2d ed.) 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 45-51 (2002). [L][W]

Steuben, Norton L. Choice of entity for real estate after check-the-box and the entity explosion. 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 53-90 (2002). [L][W]

Arpad, Alexander R. Student article. Private transactions, public benefits, and perpetual control over the use of real property: Interpreting conservation easements as charitable trusts. 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 91-149 (2002). [L][W]

Jordan, Charles M., Jr. and Casey J. Price. First Moore, then Hecht: isn't it time we recognize a property interest in tissues, cells, and gametes? 37 Real Prop. Prob. & Tr. J. 151-190 (2002). [L][W]


15 HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & TECHNOLOGY, NO. 2, SPRING, 2002.

Etzioni, Amitai. Implications of select new technologies for individual rights and public safety. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 257-290 (2002). [L][W]

Gathii, James Thuo. The legal status of the DOHA Declaration on TRIPS and public health under the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 291-317 (2002). [L][W]

Sobel, Richard. The demeaning of identity and personhood in national identification systems. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 319-387 (2002). [L][W]

Saunders, Kurt M. Patent nonuse and the role of public interest as a deterrent to technology suppression. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 389-452 (2002). [L][W]

Ghosh, Shubha. The merits of ownership; or, how I learned to stop worrying and love intellectual property. (Reviewing Lawrence Lessig, The Future of Ideas; and Siva Vaidhyanathan, Copyrights and Copywrongs.) 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 453-496 (2002). [L][W]

Schoenhard, Paul M. Note. Disclosure of government information online: a new approach from an existing framework. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 497-520 (2002). [L][W]

Woo, Christopher and Mirando So. Note. The case for Magic Lantern: September 11 highlights the need for increased surveillance. 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 521-538 (2002). [L][W]

McPhie, David. Book note. (Reviewing Stuart Biegel, Beyond Our Control? Confronting the Limits of Our Legal System in the Age of Cyberspace.) 15 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 539-552 (2002). [L][W]


75 ST. JOHN'S LAW REVIEW, NO. 4, FALL, 2001.

[Antitrust Law and Consumer Harm.] 75 St. John's L. Rev. 545-648 (2001). [L][W]

Evans, David S. Dodging the consumer harm inquiry: a brief survey of recent government antitrust cases. 75 St. John's L. Rev. 545-559 (2001). [L][W]

Rooney, William H. Consumer injury in antitrust litigation: necessary, but by what standard? 75 St. John's L. Rev. 561-591 (2001). [L][W]

Houck, Stephen D. Injury to competition/consumers in high tech cases. 75 St. John's L. Rev. 593-614 (2001). [L][W]

Joffe, Robert D. Antitrust law and proof of consumer injury. 75 St. John's L. Rev. 615-632 (2001). [L][W]

Cavanagh, Edward D. Reciprocal dealing: a rebirth? 75 St. John's L. Rev. 633-648 (2001). [L][W]

Comerford, Michael E. Note. B2B Web sites, antitrust concerns, and the rule of reason. 75 St. John's L. Rev. 649-671 (2001). [L][W]

Pisciotta, James T. Comment. Miranda survives to be heard. (Dickerson v. United States, 530 U.S. 428, 2000.) 75 St. John's L. Rev. 673-691 (2001). [L][W]

Badanes, David. Comment. A timid attempt to limit special needs from becoming nothing special. (Earls v. Board of Education, 242 F.3d 1264, 10th Cir. 2001, cert. granted, 122 S. Ct. 509, 2001.) 75 St. John's L. Rev. 693-721 (2001). [L][W]

Annual Index, volume 75, 2001. 75 St. John's L. Rev. 723-734 (2001). [L][W]


5 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER WATER LAW REVIEW, NO. 2, SPRING, 2002.

King, Rebekah, Editor-in-Chief. Editor's note. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. unpaged (2002).

In Tribute: Edward E. "Eddie" Pringle, 1914-2002. [Photographs and text.] 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. unpaged (2002).

Engwis, Kiowa K. Chief justice, professor emeritus, respected friend: dedication to Edward E. "Eddie" Pringle, 1914-2002. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. unpaged (2002).

Drucker, Paul M. Wisconsin v. EPA: tribal empowerment and state powerlessness under section 518(e) of the Clean Water Act. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 323-394 (2002). [L][W]

Gillon, Kara. Watershed down?: The ups and downs of watershed management in the Southwest. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 395-425 (2002). [L][W]

Brandt, Alf W. An environmental water account: the California experience. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 426-456 (2002). [L][W]

Potter, Lori, Steven Marlin and student Kathy Kanda. Legal underpinnings of the right to float through private property in Colorado: a reply to John Hill. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 457-499 (2002). [L][W]

Shane, E. Brendan. Arizona Supreme Court rejects practicably irrigable acreage standard for allocating Indian water rights. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 500-503 (2002). [L][W]

Nichols, Peter D. Do conservation easements and water mix (in Colorado)? 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 504-524 (2002). [L][W]

Clayton, Jeffrey J. Comment. "Here is a land where life is written in water": re-writing Western water law in the 21st century. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 525-544 (2002). [L][W]

Hobbs, Justice Greg. Selections of poetry. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 545- 550 (2002). [L][W]

Dingess, John M. Book review. (Reviewing Gregory M. Silkensen, The Farmers' Highline Canal and Rservoir Company: A Century of Change on Clear Creek.) 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 551-553 (2002). [L][W]

Book Notes. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 554-572 (2002). [L][W]

Court Reports. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 573-646 (2002). [L][W]

Federal Courts. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 573-605 (2002). [L][W]

State Courts. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 605-646 (2002). [L][W]

Colorado Water Rights Applications: Water Court Division I. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 647-652 (2002). [L][W]

Conference Report: The 20th Annual Water Law Conference: Growth and Scarcity: Managing Water to Avoid Conflict. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 653- 659 (2002). [L][W]

Cumulative Index--volume 1-5. 5 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 661-700 (2002). [L][W]



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