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Stetson Law Review - 1983

Volume 13 - Issue 1
Articles, Commentary, Comments, Fall 1983

Title (click to download PDF) Author(s) Page  
Vested Rights: Establishing Predictability in a Changing Regulatory System Ralph A. DeMeo, Jr.    
Vested Rights: Establishing Predictability in a Changing Regulatory System James C. Hauser    
Vested Rights: Establishing Predictability in a Changing Regulatory System Robert M. Rhodes    
Tax Considerations in Time-Share Development Michael M. Caron    
Tax Considerations in Time-Share Development Laurence E. Kinsolving    
The Star Chamber and the Origins of the Modern Administrative Agency Dana George Toole    
Harmless Error, Cause and Prejudice, Comity and Federalism: "Legal Magic" and the Florida Death Penalty Larry T. Griggs    
Whittling Away Title VII: Hishon v. King & Spalding Manuel Farach    
Medical Malpractice and "Loss of a Chance" Actions - What Standard Should Florida Adopt? Victoria E. MacIntosh    
Buckling Up for Safety: Should Florida Reconsider the Seat Belt Defense? Gale Silbermann    
Public Defenders: No Immunity From Suit by Dissatisfied Defendants - Odd Man Out of the "Tri-Partite Entity" Janice Spencer Aylward    
Kidnapping in Florida: Don't Move or You've Done It Matthew J. King    
       

Volume 12 - Issue 3
Symposium - Maximizing the Law School Experience, Spring 1983

Title (click to download PDF) Author(s) Page  
Preface Symposium: Maximizing the Law School Experience Thomas L. Shaffer  551  
Introduction: Demystifying Law School Symposium: Maximizing the Law School Experience   559  
Opportunities of Lawyering and the Demands of Law School, The Symposium: Maximizing the Law School Experience; Part One Michael I. Swygert; Robert Batey  567  
Growing Significance of Professional Responsibility Considerations, The Symposium: Maximizing the Law School Experience; Part Two Nathaniel E. Gozansky  601  
Honing the Legal Mind: The Classroom Experience Symposium: Maximizing the Law School Experience; Part Three Brown, James Jay  653  
Explanation of Clinical Education, An Symposium: Maximizing the Law School Experience; Part Four Ivan E. Bodensteiner 719  
Involvement in the Legal Profession Symposium: Maximizing the Law School Experience; Part Five Elizabeth Diane Clark  771  
Plea for Greatness, A Symposium: Maximizing the Law School Experience; Conclusion

Michael I. Swygert; Robert Batey

 781  
Crippling the Education for All Handicapped Children Act Laura C. Henry    
Employment Discrimination: How to Discriminate in Business Without Really Trying Donna Canina Doyle    
Florida No-Fault: The Court Went Along for the Ride Marilyn Lipton    
United States v. Lee: Has the Retreat Been Sounded for Free Exercise? John Jamison Wiles    
       

Volume 12 - Issue 2
Winter 1982

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The NLRB . . . New Directions John R. Van de Water    
Impact of the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978 on Foreign Debtors and Creditors Judge Alexander L. Paskay    
International Maritime Arbitration Dewey R. Vilareal, Jr.    
International Maritime Arbitration Thomas E. Fotopulous    
International Maritime Arbitration Steven D. Overly    
The Anatomy of Law Reform: Dissection in a Decade of Change in Florida in Forma Pauperis Law Robert F. Williams    
The Impact of Attorney's Attitudes Toward Pro Bono Publico Efforts on Behalf of the Mentally Disabled Crista L. Collins    
The Impact of Attorney's Attitudes Toward Pro Bono Publico Efforts on Behalf of the Mentally Disabled Winsor C. Schmidt    
The Impact of Attorney's Attitudes Toward Pro Bono Publico Efforts on Behalf of the Mentally Disabled Kent S. Miller    
The Impact of Attorney's Attitudes Toward Pro Bono Publico Efforts on Behalf of the Mentally Disabled James G. Cameron    
The Personal Service Corporation after TEFRA: To Be or Not To Be? Alton C. Ward    
Disclosural Privacy and the Florida Public Records Act: Open Government or Sanctioned Snooping? Cynthia A. Cloud    
The Due-On-Sale Clause: Alive and Well in the U.S.A., Alive and Not So Well in Florida Richard P. Albertine, Jr.    
Garn-St. Germain: Congress Pre-empts Due-On-Sale - Fills Void Left by De la Cuesta Samuel Susi    
Garn-St. Germain: Congress Pre-empts Due-On-Sale - Fills Void Left by De la Cuesta Karl C. Landsteiner    
Felony Murder: Driving Away From the Death Penalty Kathleen Buchanan    
Criminal Law: A New Loophole in the Right to Speedy Trial Joseph M. Fasi    
Constructive Possession of Illegal Drugs: The Inferential Leap from Joint Occupancy to Joint Control Robert J. Surrette    
Florida's Use of Contempt Proceedings to Enforce Child Support Arrearages: Imprisonment for Debt? Thomas D. DeCarlo    
Sailing Away With the Fourth Amendment Dana George Toole