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Proposal for Deciding Separation of Powers Cases in Nebraska, A
(Creighton University School of Law, 1993)
INTRODUCTION|The American theory of government recognizes that sovereign power is not homogeneous. It is divisible, rather, into at least three forms. First is legislative power, the power to make policy and set standards ...
Creighton Lawyer Fall 1993
Property Rights in Streambeds in Nebraska
(Creighton University School of Law, 1986)
INTRODUCTION|On April 2, 1985, the Attorney General of the State of Nebraska issued a legal opinion on the rights of Nebraskans to use the waters of the Missouri River for recreational purposes. The Assistant Director of ...
Protecting Public Values in the Platte River
(Creighton University School of Law, 1987)
INTRODUCTION|In Little Blue Natural Resources District v. Lower Platte NorthNatural Resources District ("Little Blue I'), a 1980 case dealing with the proposed transfer of Platte River water by the Catherland Irrigation ...
Contract Zoning in Nebraska after Giger v. City of Omaha
(Creighton University School of Law, 1990)
INTRODUCTION|On June 30, 1989, the Nebraska Supreme Court decided a zoning case entitled Giger v. City of Omaha, thereby putting an end to a process of negotiation and agreement among developers and city officials that had ...
Creighton Lawyer Fall 1991
Creighton Lawyer Fall 1995
Constitutional Restraints on Water Diversions in Nebraska: The Little Blue Controversy
(Creighton University School of Law, 1983)
INTRODUCTION|On November 28, 1977, the Little Blue Natural Resources District (Little Blue NRD) filed an application with the Nebraska Department of Water Resources (DWR) requesting permission to take water from the Platte ...
Horrible Herb, '54