FSU Law Review


VOLUME 24, NO. 4 (SUMMER 1997)



ARTICLE
*PRIVACY JURISPRUDENCE AND THE APARTHEID OF THE CLOSET, 1941-1961
William N. Eskridge, Jr.
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SYMPOSIUM
*HOW WILL LAWYERING AND MEDIATION PRACTICES TRANSFORM ONE ANOTHER?
John Lande
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*INSTITUTIONALIZATION: SAVIOR OR SABOTEUR OF MEDIATION?
Sharon Press
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*EVALUATIVE VERSUS FACILITATIVE MEDIATION: A DISCUSSION
James J. Alfini, Moderator
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*THE TOP TEN REASONS WHY MEDIATORS SHOULD NOT EVALUATE
Lela P. Love
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*BEYOND FORMALISM AND FALSE DICHOTOMIES: THE NEED FOR A FLEXIBLE CONCEPT OF THE MEDIATOR'S ROLE
Jeffrey W. Stempel
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*FACILITATIVE VERSUS EVALUATIVE MEDIATOR ORIENTATIONS: PIERCING THE "GRID" LOCK
Joseph B. Stulberg
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* MEDIATION QUANDARIES
Leonard L. Riskin
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COMMENTS
*THE ADMINISTRATIVE DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENSION FOR THOSE UNDER TWENTY-ONE: AN ANALYSIS OF SECTION 322.2616, FLORIDA STATUTES
Kevin Snyder
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*ABROGATING THE DOCTRINE OF NECESSARIES IN FLORIDA: THE FUTURE OF SPOUSAL LIABILITY FOR NECESSARY EXPENSES AFTER CONNOR V. SOUTHWEST FLORIDA REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, INC.
Shawn M. Willson
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*CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGES TO COURT-ORDERED ARBITRATION
Kimberly J. Mann
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