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Nebraska Minority and Justice Task Force final report
Nebraska Minority and Justice Task Force, Final Report (2003).
Two most important trials of this young century
G. Michael Fenner, The Two Most Important Trials of This Young Century, Creighton Law., Summer 2003 at 13.
Article discussing the trials of Hashem Aghajari and Jose Padilla.
G. Michael Fenner, Among Friends, Creighton Law., Summer 2003, at 8.
Leading questions on direct examination: A more pragmatic approach
Kenneth J. Melilli, Leading Questions on Direct Examination: A More Pragmatic Approach, 27 Am. J. Trial Advocacy 155 (2003).
Cross-examination: To lead or not to lead?
Kenneth J. Melilli, Cross-Examination: To Lead or Not to Lead?, 27 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 149 (2003), reprinted in Neb. Law., July 2003, at 29, and in Prairie Barrister, 2003 no. 2, at 13, and in The Brief (Am. Bar Ass’n Tort Trial & Ins. Practice Section), Spring 2004, at 66.
Incredible shrinking Hague Evidence Convention
Patrick J. Borchers, The Incredible Shrinking Hague Evidence Convention, 38 Tex. Int'l L.J. 73 (2003).
Patrick J. Borchers, Budgets, 35 U. Tol. L. Rev. 19 (2003).
Reconsidering property division in divorce under Nebraska law in light of the ALI's Principles of the Law of Family Dissolution: Analysis and recommendations
Craig W. Dallon, Reconsidering Property Division in Divorce Under Nebraska Law in Light of the ALI's Principles of the Law of Family Dissolution: Analysis and Recommendations, 37 Creighton L. Rev. 1 (2003).
The article reviews Nebraska law governing division of property in divorce cases. The article compares Nebraska law with the rules promoted by the American Law Institute's Principles of the Law of Family Dissolution: ...
Executive excess v. judicial process: American judicial responses to the government's war on terror
Michael J. Kelly, Executive Excess v. Judicial Process: American Judicial Responses to the Government's War on Terror, 13 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 787 (2003).
The federal government's policy responses to the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the ensuing conduct of President Bush's war on terror have thrown American civil liberty rights into disarray. Attorney General Ashcroft and Defense ...
Time warp to 1945 -- Resurrection of the reprisal and anticipatory self-defense doctrines in international law
Michael J. Kelly, Time Warp to 1945 -- Resurrection of the Reprisal and Anticipatory Self-Defense Doctrines in International Law, 13 Fla. St. J. Transnat'l L. & Pol'y 1 (2003).
Widespread adoption of the U.N. Charter in 1945 outlawed warfare and pre-empted prior customary laws of war allowing such. Two of these dormant customs, reprisal and anticipatory self-defense, sporadically attempted to ...