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Stetson Law Review - 1987

Volume 17 - Issue 1
Fall 1987

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Administrative Agencies And Judicial Control: Towards A Florida Abstention Doctrine Kathryn A. Vaughan    
Administrative Agencies And Judicial Control: Towards A Florida Abstention Doctrine Thomas J. Marks, Jr.    
Administrative Agencies And Judicial Control: Towards A Florida Abstention Doctrine David L. Dickson    
Florida's "Cold, Calculated and Premeditated" Aggravating Circumstance in Death Penalty Cases Jonathan Kennedy    
Florida Law and Feeding Tubes - The Right of Removal Rebecca Morgan    
The Transformation of the "Fireman's Rule" From A Limited Premise Liability Doctrine Into An Illogical Broad Barrier To Fair Compensation Robert D. Peltz    
Is a Statutory Ban On Wrongful Birth Actions Constitutional? Doris Bunnell    
Turning the Tables: Investor Liability Under Rule 10b-5 Marilyn Drivas    
Pregnancy Discrimination in Unemployment Benefits: Section 3304(a)(12) Merely an Antidiscrimination Provision H. Irene Higginbotham    
To Live or Die: A Qualified Right for Parents? Donna Gwynn Lutz    
Setting the Appropriate Standard for Punitive Damages in Florida Products Liability Cases Lorraine M. Sheehan    
Parental Rights Termination: Are the Interests of Parents, Children and the State Mutually Exclusive Carol Wicher Wood    
       

Volume 16 - Issue 3
Local Government Law Symposium, Summer 1987

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Local Government Law Symposium - Introduction John J. Copelan, Jr.    
The Section 1983 Land Use Case: Justice Stevens and the Hunt for the Taking Quark Richard G. Carlisle    
The Paradox of "In Accordance With a Comprehensive Plan" and Post Hoc Realizations: The Need for Efficient and Effective Judicial Review of Land Use Regulations Charles L. Siemon    
Abolishing Financial Disclosure to Improve Government Joseph W. Little    
Bid Mistakes: When Does It Matter and What Can Be Done? Larry R. Lieby    
Bid Mistakes: When Does It Matter and What Can Be Done? Robert E. Ferencik, Jr.    
Public Finance Through Privatization: Providing Infrastructure For the Future Howard L. Sharfsten    
Public Finance Through Privatization: Providing Infrastructure For the Future Roger D. Feldman    
Public Finance Through Privatization: Providing Infrastructure For the Future Carlos J. Berrocal    
Commercial Speech: Is It Just a Roll of the Dice? G. Helen Athan    
Avallone: Elective Waiver of the Separation of Powers Doctrine J. Frazier Carraway    
Political Gerrymandering: Entangled in the Political Thicket Donna R. Holcombe    
Florida's Waiver of Sovereign Immunity: Fact or Fiction? Joseph Michael Horrox    
Section 1983 Compensatory Damages: Unresolved Conflict Darryl W. Johnston    
Municipal Liability for Negligence Under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 Louise Marquis    
Qualified Immunity: Excuse Magistrate's Blunder for Issuing Warrant, But Hold Police Officer Personally Liable? Michael A. Marr    
Wygan: Affirmative Action Under the Equal Protection Clause Amelia G. Pray    
Respondeat Superior: Should it Apply to Municipalities in Section 1983 Actions Rachel W. Sokolowski    
Florida Supreme Court Renews "Public Trust" in Florida Legislature and Trustees Paul L. Westcott    
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Cable Television      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Condemnation      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - County Government and Home Rule Powers      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Election Law      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Governmental Antitrust      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Condemnation      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Governmental Tort and Contract Liability      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments -Highways and Public Transportation      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Housing and Urban Renewal      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Human Services      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Ordinances and Regulations      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Public Education      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Public Employee Labor Relations      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Public Records and Sunshine Law      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Section 1983 and Individual Rights      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Taxation and Revenues      
Local Government Law Symposium - Recent Developments - Zoning and Land Use Planning      
       

Volume 16 - Issue 2
Spring 1987

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Murphy's Law: A Revenue Crisis Spawns Title Uncertainty Alan B. Fields    
Murphy's Law: A Revenue Crisis Spawns Title Uncertainty Joseph W. Jacobs    
The Restatement Second And Conflicts of Laws: Extending The Bishop Approach to Problems in Contract Michael Finch    
The Restatement Second And Conflicts of Laws: Extending The Bishop Approach to Problems in Contract Lora Smeltzly    
Foundations for Excellence - The History of Stetson University College of Law* W. Gary Vause    
Judicial Activism and Restraint in the United States Courts of Appeal: A Student Symposium Susan Steinberg    
Judicial Activism and Restraint in the United States Courts of Appeal: A Student Symposium Tony Dodds    
Judicial Activism and Restraint in the United States Courts of Appeal: A Student Symposium Abraham W. Gibson    
Judicial Activism and Restraint in the United States Courts of Appeal: A Student Symposium Kywa Hammond    
Judicial Activism and Restraint in the United States Courts of Appeal: A Student Symposium Tom Maccari    
Judicial Activism and Restraint in the United States Courts of Appeal: A Student Symposium Kay D. Sloan    
Judicial Activism and Restraint in the United States Courts of Appeal: A Student Symposium Mona Weis    
Judicial Activism and Restraint in the United States Courts of Appeal: A Student Symposium Theresa J. Rooney    
Prisoners' Rights: Will They Remain Protected After Whitley? Elizabeth A. Blackburn    
Reasonable Suspicion Under the Fourth Amendment: A Fact or Fiction? Georgia Bush    
Illegal Assets Once Removed: Easy Avoidance of Civil Rico Remedies Maggie A. McCall    
Florida's Escape Statute: A Literal Interpretation? A. Kathleen McNeilly    
Consecutive Investigatory Stops: A Closer Look At Requisite Justification Garry L. Potts    
Attorney's Right to Charging and Retaining Liens After Mones Keith M. Schenck    
Cleaning Up the Securities Markets: Have Insider Trading Prosecutions Gone Too Far? Chris Vernon    
The Moral Basis of Obligation: A Critique of 'Obligation-Duty' Contemporary Analyses Michael I. Swygert