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Learning on the electronic frontier
Edward A. Morse, Learning on the Electronic Frontier, Creighton Law., Spring 2001, at 12.
Likely impact of the ALI 'Principles of the Law of Family Dissolution' on property division
Craig W. Dallon, The Likely Impact of the ALI 'Principles of the Law of Family Dissolution' on Property Division, 2001 BYU L. Rev. 891.
Bush should take his cue from the Bible
Michael Kelly, Op-Ed, Bush Should Take His Cue from the Bible, Lansing St. J., Aug. 9, 2001, at 10A.
Interpreting Nebraska Rule of Evidence 702 after the Nebraska Supreme Court adopted the federal Daubert standard for the admissibility of expert testimony in Schafersman v. Agland Coop
Richard Collin Mangrum, Interpreting Nebraska Rule of Evidence 702 After the Nebraska Supreme Court Adopted the Federal Daubert Standard for the Admissibility of Expert Testimony in Schafersman v. Agland Coop, 35 Creighton L. Rev. 31 (2001).
Stenburg v. Carhart: Poor interpretivist analysis, unreliable expert testimony, and the immorality of the Court's validation of partial-birth abortion legislation
Richard Collin Mangrum, Stenburg v. Carhart: Poor Interpretivist Analysis, Unreliable Expert Testimony, and the Immorality of the Court's Validation of Partial-Birth Abortion Legislation, 34 Creighton L. Rev. 549 (2001).
Nebraska jury instructions: Second edition
Nebraska Jury Instructions: Second Edition (2001).
Digital divide: Standing at the intersection of race and technology
Raneta Lawson Mack, The Digital Divide: Standing at the Intersection of Race and Technology (2001).
Psychic hotline, the most active states' rights high court perhaps ever, and the presidential election of 2000
G. Michael Fenner, The Psychic Hotline, the Most Active States' Rights High Court Perhaps Ever, and the Presidential Election of 2000, Creighton Law., Spring 2001, at 8.
Applying Coase to qui tam actions against the states
Paul E. McGreal & DeeDee Baba, Applying Coase to Qui Tam Actions Against the States, 77 Notre Dame L. Rev. 87 (2001).
Elderly and civil procedure: Service and default, capacity issues, preserving and giving testimony, and compulsory physical or mental examinations
Larry L. Teply, The Elderly and Civil Procedure: Service and Default, Capacity Issues, Preserving and Giving Testimony, and Compulsory Physical or Mental Examinations, 30 Stetson L. Rev. 1273 (2001).
This article discusses the important elder law issues in the context of civil litigation and how many procedural rules affect the elderly directly. The author focuses on four main subject areas that affect the elderly the ...