FSU Law Review


VOLUME 27, NO. 1 (FALL 1999)



SYMPOSIUM
* LEGAL PROFESSIONALISM
Anthony T. Kronman
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* LAW DAY 2050: POST- PROFESSIONALISM, MORAL LEADERSHIP, AND THE LAW-AS-BUSINESS PARADIGM
Russell G. Pearce
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* EMBRACING DESCENT: THE BANKRUPTCY OF A BUSINESS PARADIGM FOR CONCEPTUALIZING AND REGULATING THE LEGAL PROFESSION
Jeffrey W. Stempel
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* THE ANXIETY OF INFLUENCE
Stephen Gillers
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* BR'ER RABBIT PROFESSIONALISM: A HOMILY ON MORAL HEROES AND LAWYERLY MORES
Rob Atkinson
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* ETHICS AND PROFESSIONALISM IN NON-ADVERSARIAL LAWYERING
Carrie Menkel-Meadow
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* PROFESSIONALISM IN PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS
Deborah L. Rhode
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* TRANSCRIPT - DEFINING AND REFINING PROFESSIONALISM: ASSESSING THE ROLES AND REGULATION OF LAWYERS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
Panel Discussion
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ARTICLES

* THE TOP TEN POLITICALLY CORRECT LAW REVIEW ARTICLES
Arthur Austin
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* RENAMING THE REDSKINS (AND THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY SEMINOLES?): THE TRADEMARK REGISTRATION DECISION AND ALTERNATIVE REMEDIES
Jack Achiezer Guggenheim
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NOTE
* COURTS RUSH TO EXTINGUISH SINGLETON, BUT ARE THE EMBERS OF THE PANEL'S DECISION STILL GLOWING?
Jeffrey M. Schumm
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