FSU Law Review


VOLUME 23, NO. 3 (WINTER 1996)


ARTICLES
*CORPORATE FIDUCIARY PRINCIPLES FOR THE POST-CONTRACTARIAN ERA
Rutheford B. Campbell, Jr.
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*ANDERS IN THE FIFTY STATES: SOME APPELLANTS' EQUAL PROTECTION IS MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS'
The Honorable Martha C. Warner
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*ONE TOO MANY RIVERS TO CROSS: RULE 50 PRACTICE IN THE MODERN ERA OF SUMMARY JUDGMENT
Robert J. Gregory
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*GUESTS IN ANOTHER'S HOUSE: AN ANALYSIS OF RACIALLY DISPARATE BAR PERFORMANCE
Cecil J. Hunt, II
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COMMENT
*HOLDING THE LINE AT VMI AND THE CITADEL: THE PRESERVATION OF A STATE'S RIGHT TO OFFER A SINGLE-GENDER MILITARY EDUCATION
Jeremy N. Jungreis
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NOTE
*BUYERS, BEWARE: THE FLORIDA SUPREME COURT'S ABROGATION OF THE APPARENT AUTHORITY DOCTRINE LEAVES PLAINTIFFS HOLDING THE TAB FOR TORTS OF FRANCHISEES-MOBIL OIL CORP. V. BRANSFORD
Brett A. Brosseit
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