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Recent developments: Nebraska evidence
R. Collin Mangrum, Recent Developments: Nebraska Evidence, in Evidence is an Action Verb: An Evidence Seminar for the Serious Trial Lawyer (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1997).
Creighton Legal Clinic
Catherine Mahern, The Creighton Legal Clinic, Creighton Law., Fall 1993, at 2.
Arguing damages under the most recent revisions to Nebraska jury instructions
G. Michael Fenner, Arguing Damages Under the Most Recent Revisions to Nebraska Jury Instructions, in Arguing and Presenting Damages at Trial (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1992).
Law professor reveals shocking truth about hearsay
G. Michael Fenner, Law Professor Reveals Shocking Truth About Hearsay, in Evidence Is an Action Verb: An Evidence Seminar for the Serious Trial Lawyer (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1997).
What the federal courts have done with Daubert
G. Michael Fenner, What the federal courts have done with Daubert, in Workshop for United States Magistrate Judges of the 2nd, 6th & 9th Circuits 1 (Fed. Judicial Ctr. ed., 1995).
Most recent revisions to Nebraska jury instructions
G. Michael Fenner, The Most Recent Revisions to Nebraska Jury Instructions, in The 1992 Annual Institute on the Annual Survey of Nebraska Law (Neb. State Bar Ass'n Young Lawyers Section ed., 1992).
G. Michael Fenner, Presumptions, in Evidence (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 1991).
Lying, cheating and stealing at government expense: Striking a balance between the public interest and the interests of the public in the Witness Protection Program
Raneta J. Lawson, Lying, Cheating and Stealing at Government Expense: Striking a Balance Between the Public Interest and the Interests of the Public in the Witness Protection Program, 24 Ariz. St. L.J. 1429 (1992).
This article examines the initial recommendations for change of the witness protection program and the 1984 Reform Act to determine positive and/or negative effects. The article then suggests alternative approaches to the ...
Back to the future: Original intent as a means for vitalizing the fourteenth amendment in the context of race
Raneta J. Lawson, Back to the Future: Original Intent as a Means for Vitalizing the Fourteenth Amendment in the Context of Race, 5 St. Thomas L. Rev. 245 (1992) (reviewing Donald E. Lively, Constitution and Race).
Money laundering and its implications for defense counsel
Raneta J. Lawson, Money Laundering and Its Implications for Defense Counsel, Creighton Law., Spring 1994, at 14.