STETSON LAW REVIEW - 15-2 Spring; (1986)

Volume 15 - Issue 2
Spring 1986

Title (click to download PDF)Author(s)Page
Arbitrariness and Discrimination in the Administration of the Death Penalty: A Challenge to State Supreme Courts Charles A. Pulaski, Jr.
Arbitrariness and Discrimination in the Administration of the Death Penalty: A Challenge to State Supreme Courts George Woodworth
Arbitrariness and Discrimination in the Administration of the Death Penalty: A Challenge to State Supreme Courts David C. Baldus
Review of Capital Cases: Does the Florida Supreme Court Know What It's Doing? Neil Skene
The Desirability of Post-Tenure Performance Reviews of Law Professors Michael I. Swygert
The Desirability of Post-Tenure Performance Reviews of Law Professors Nathaniel E. Gozansky
Federal Preemption of the U.C.C. Farm Products Exemption: Buyers Must Still Beware Janet Richards
The Foundations and Meaning of Succession N. Newcomb Morse
Florida Exemption Laws - Haven for Debtors or Protection from Destitution Benjamin P. Butterfield
Florida Exemption Laws - Haven for Debtors or Protection from Destitution Michael G. Williamson
Student Searches: Leaving Probable Cause at the Schoolhouse Gate Joe Crace
Statistical Evidence of Discrimination in Eleventh Circuit Death Penalty Appeal: Will Spinkellink Ever Die? Kelton Farris
State v. Neil: The Peremptory Challenge Lives On, But for How Long? Carl Blackburn Lyle, II
Zauderer: Has Lawyer Advertising Finally Received the Protection It Deserves? Robin M. Orosz
Veterans' Fight for the Right to Individual Due Process: Defusing the Matthews Test Lora Smeltzly
Securities Regulation: The Sale of a Closely-Held Business in Light of Landreth Timber Co. v. Landreth Joan M. Vecchioli