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The Rise and Fall of Sysopdom
(Harvard Law School, 1997)
"Sysop" has gone from a term of art known only to the bleeding-edge few to a dusty anachronism known only to the bleeding-gums few, without the usual years-long general linguistic acceptance and respect in between. In case ...
The Transformation of a Social Movement into Law?: The SCLC and NAACP's Campaigns for Civil Rights Reconsidered In Light of the Educational Activism of Septima Clark
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis, 1999)
This article reconsiders the efficacy of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's (SCLC) and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's (NAACP's) strategies for achieving civil rights by comparing ...
(Duke University School of Law, 1991)
Race Separatism in the Family: More on the Transracial Adoption Debate
Some twenty-five years ago a trial court in Virginia upheld the state ban on interracial marriage, reasoning that God created different races and, accordingly, that it was natural to maintain racial purity, and unnatural ...
Gideon v. Wainwright's Application in the Courts Today
(Pace Law School, 1990)
Products Liability Through Private Ordering: Notes on a Japanese Experiment
(University of Pennsylvania, 1996)
Any justification of strict products liability faces a problem: why should the law impose on private contracts made in competitive product markets what is effectively a mandatory insurance contract? Proponents of the current ...