FSU Law Review


VOLUME 28, NO . 1 (FALL 2000)



SYMPOSIUM

* THE COEVOLUTION OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW WITH EVERYTHING ELSE
J.B. Ruhl
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* PUBLIC INTERESTED REGULATION
Steven P. Croley
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* FAITH, HOPE, AND RATIONALITY: OR, PUBLIC CHOICE AND THE PERILS OF OCCAM'S RAZOR
Cynthia R. Farina
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* INTEREST GROUPS AND PUBLIC INTERESTED REGULATION
Elizabeth Garrett
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* THE CONTRACTING STATE
Jody Freeman
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* AN APOLOGY FOR ADMINISTRATIVE LAW IN THE CONTRACTING STATE
Mark Seidenfeld
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* BEYOND EFFICIENCY AND PROCEDURE: A WELFARIST THEORY OF REGULATION
Matthew D. Adler
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* THE REFORMED WELFARE STATE AS THE RADICAL HUMANIST REPUBLIC:  AN ENTHUSIASTIC (IF QUALIFIED) ENDORSEMENT OF BEYOND EFFICIENCY AND PROCEDURE
Rob Atkinson
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* REGULATORY INCREMENTALISM AND MORAL CHOICES: A COMMENT ON ADLERIAN WELFARISM
Daniel B. Rodriguez
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* THE GOVERNMENT LITIGANT ADVANTAGE: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE LAW
Linda R. Cohen & Matthew L. Spitzer
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* WHY DOES A CONSERVATIVE COURT RULE IN FAVOR OF A LIBERAL GOVERNMENT? THE COHEN-SPITZER ANALYSIS AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL SCHEME
Daniel J. Gifford
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* DOES THE SOLICITOR GENERAL ADVANTAGE THWART THE RULE OF LAW IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE STATE?
Jim Rossi
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