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VOLUME 30 SUMMER 2003 NUMBER 4

 


TABLE OF CONTENTS

2002 MASON LADD LECTURE

  • Introduction
  • Who Needs the Bar?: Professionalism Without Monopoly
  • Busting the Professional Trust: A Comment on William Simon's Ladd Lecture

ARTICLES

  • Rationalizing Drug Policy Under Federalism
  • The Meaning of "Appropriate Validation" in Daubert - Interpreted in Light of the Broader Rationalist Tradition, not the Narrow Scientific Tradition
  • The Property Wars of Law Firms: Of Client Lists, Trade Secrets and the Fiduciary Duties of Law Partners
    • Robert W. Hillman
  • Disabusing the Definition of Domestic Violence: How Women Batter Men and the Role of the Feminist State
  • Should Klansmen be Lawyers?: Racism as an Ethical Barrier to the Legal Profession

ADDRESS

  • Thoreau's Pencil: Sharpening Our Understanding of World Trade

NOTES & COMMENTS

  • "Bare"ly Legal: The Evolution of Naked Crummey Powers and a Call for Reform
  • A Higher Authority: The Viability of Third Party Tort Actions Against a Religious Institution Grounded on Sexual Misconduct by a Member of the Clergy
  • Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education: A Hollow Victory for Student Victims of Peer Sexual Harassment
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