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(Constitutional Commentary, 1989)
GENDER JUSTICE is an avowedly liberal tract on the problems of gender discrimination in our society. It seeks to provide an alternative to the visions of both conservatives and radical feminists. The book fails in its ...
(Texas Law Review, 1988)
Amy Gutmann's Democratic Education might equally well be entitled Republican Education, for its central theme is how to produce true republican citizens-citizens who possess both the ability and the motivation to participate ...
The Historical Origins, Founding, and Early Development of Student-Edited Law Reviews
(The Hastings Law Journal, 1985)
Most accredited law schools in the United States publish a student-edited law review containing scholarly writing about recent court decisions, unresolved issues of law, and other topics of interest to the legal community. ...
An Overview of the Uniform Land Transactions Act and the Uniform Simplification of Land Transfers Act
(Stetson Law Review, 1980)
The Uniform Land Transactions Act (ULTA) and the Uniform Simplification of Land Transfers Act (USLTA) recently were approved by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws and recommended to the several ...