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Keeping Pace With Change - New Vistas For Lawyers, James D. Fellers Oct 1974

Keeping Pace With Change - New Vistas For Lawyers, James D. Fellers

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


Just Compensation And The Assassin's Bequest: A Utilitarian Approach, Richard Adelstein Jan 1974

Just Compensation And The Assassin's Bequest: A Utilitarian Approach, Richard Adelstein

Division II Faculty Publications

An analysis of Porter v. United States (1973), a case involving the value of items owned by Lee Harvey Oswald.


Open Meetings In Virginia: Fortifying The Virginia Freedom Of Information Act Jan 1974

Open Meetings In Virginia: Fortifying The Virginia Freedom Of Information Act

University of Richmond Law Review

The past two decades have evidenced a growing criticism and intolerance of "closed sessions" or "secret meetings" in the operation of government. As a result of this increased disapproval, most states enacted some form of "open meeting" legislation designed to give the public a legal right to attend meetings of state and local governing bodies. The purpose of these statutes has been to maintain the faith of the public in governmental agencies by allowing citizen attendance and participation in all phases of the decision making process. Citizens must be able to go behind the decisions of government and hear discussion ...


Class Actions In Illinois: A Viable Alternative To Federal Rule 23, 8 J. Marshall J. Prac. & Proc. 113 (1974), Michael J. Meyer Jan 1974

Class Actions In Illinois: A Viable Alternative To Federal Rule 23, 8 J. Marshall J. Prac. & Proc. 113 (1974), Michael J. Meyer

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.


Just Compensation And The Assassin's Bequest: A Utilitarian Approach, Richard Adelstein Dec 1973

Just Compensation And The Assassin's Bequest: A Utilitarian Approach, Richard Adelstein

Richard Adelstein

An analysis of Porter v. United States (1973), a case involving the value of items owned by Lee Harvey Oswald.