Submissions from 1997

Sex Offender Commitments: Debunking the Official Narrative and Revealing the Rules-in-Use, Eric S. Janus
(8 Stanford Law and Policy Review 71 (1997))

The Use of Social Science and Medicine in Sex Offender Commitment, Eric S. Janus
(23 New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement 347 (1997))

Toward a Conceptual Framework for Assessing Police Power Commitment Legislation, Eric S. Janus
(76 Nebraska Law Review 1 (1997))

Protection of Famous Trademarks in Japan and the United States, Kenneth L. Port
(15 Wisconsin International Law Journal 259 (1997))

Institutionalization: Savior or Saboteur of Mediation?,, Sharon Press
(24 Florida State University Law Review 903 (1997)© Florida State University Law Review)

A Letter from Appalachia, Deborah A. Schmedemann
(16:1 William Mitchell Magazine, winter (1997))

Submissions from 1996

'Trespassers, Beware': Lyda Burton Conley and the Battle for the Huron Place Cemetery, A. Kimberley Dayton
(8 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 1 (1996) Reprinted with permission of the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism from the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp.1-30.)

Law Teachers and the Educational Continuum, Michael K. Jordan
(5 Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal 41 (1993))

U.N. Women's Event Unleashed Powerful Ideas, Ann Juergens
(14:3 William Mitchell Magazine, spring (1996))

Direct vs. Derivative, or "What's a Lawsuit Between Friends in an 'Incorporated Partnership'?", Daniel S. Kleinberger
(22 William Mitchell Law Review 1203 (1996))

Guilty Knowledge, Daniel S. Kleinberger
(22 William Mitchell Law Review 953 (1996))

Getting Out of Business: Tax Costs and Opportunities in Exiting a Closely Held Business, Denise D. J. Roy
(22 William Mitchell Law Review 1281 (1996))

Fired Employees and/or Frozen-Out Shareholders (An Essay), Deborah A. Schmedemann
(22 William Mitchell Law Review 1435 (1996))

A Decade of Developments in Performance-Based Legal Education, Deborah A. Schmedemann and Christina L. Kunz
(21 William Mitchell Law Review 673 (1996))

Submissions from 1995

Planned Constitution Never Got Written, But Israel Still Got Constitutional Law, Marcia R. Gelpe
(14:1 William Mitchell Magazine , spring (1995))

Same-Sex Sexual Harassment: Subverting the Heterosexist Paradigm of the Title VII, Carolyn Grose
(7 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 375 (1995) Reprinted with permission of the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism from the Yale Journal of Law and Feminism, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp.375-398.)

Rosalie Wahl: Her Extraordinary Contributions to Legal Education, James F. Hogg
(21 William Mitchell Law Review 13 (1995))

Our Perspective on IRAC, Christina L. Kunz and Deborah A. Schmedemann
(The Second Draft, November (1995))

Learning by Doing - Preparing Law Students for the Practice of Law: The Legal Practicum, John O. Sonsteng and Roger S. Haydock
(21 William Mitchell Law Review 111 (1995))

With the Legislature's Permission and the Supreme Court"s Consent, Common Law Social Host Liability Returns to Minnesota, Michael K. Steenson
(21 William Mitchell Law Review 45 (1995))

A Tribute to Anne Simonett, Edward Toussaint
(21 William Mitchell Law Review 349 (1995))

Submissions from 1994

Using the MacCrate Report to Strengthen Live-Client Clinics, Ann Juergens
(1 Clinical Law Review 411 (1994))

Keeping the Pierringer Promise: Fair Settlements and Fair Trials, Peter B. Knapp
(20 William Mitchell Law Review 1 (1994))

Commentary: Authority of the Commissioner Over the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences, R. Carl Moy
(76 Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society 391 (1994))

The Unnatural Expansion of Trademark Rights: Is a Federal Dilution Statute Necessary?, Kenneth L. Port
(18 Seton Hall Legislative Journal 433 (1994))

What Happens When Mediation is Institutionalized?: To the Parties, Practitioners and Host Institutions, Sharon Press
(9 Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 307 (1994))

Fundamental Rights in the "Gray" Area: The Right of Privacy Under the Minnesota Constitution, Michael K. Steenson
(20 William Mitchell Law Review 383 (1994))

Hate Crimes, Homosexuals, and the Constitution, Anthony S. Winer
(29 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 387 (1994))

Submissions from 1993

Extending the Guiding Lefthand of Counsel: The Minnesota Supreme Court Provides Protection against Uncounseled Waivers of the Right to Counsel During Interrogations, Edwin J. Butterfoss and Lisa J. Burkett
(17 Hamline Law Review 307 (1993))

Judicial Vacancies and Delay in the Federal Courts: An Empirical Evaluation, in Symposium, The Civil Justice Reform Act, A. Kimberley Dayton
(67 St. John's Law Review 757 (1993))

From the Constitutionality of Juvenile Curfew Ordinances to a Children's Agenda for the 1990s: Is It Really a Simple Matter of Supporting Family Values and Recognizing Fundamental Rights?, Michael K. Jordan
(5 Saint Thomas Law Review 389 (1993))

Teach Your Students Well: Valuing Clients in the Law School Clinic., Ann Juergens
(2 Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy 339 (1993))

"Skilling" Time, Peter B. Knapp
(12:2 William Mitchell Magazine, spring (1993))

The History of the Patent Harmonization Treaty: Economic Self-Interest as an Influence, R. Carl Moy
(26 John Marshall Law Review 457 (1993))

The Illegitimacy of Trademark Incontestability, Kenneth L. Port
(26 Indiana Law Review 519 (1993))

Building and Maintaining a Statewide Mediation Program: A View from the Field, Sharon Press
(81 Kentucky Law Journal 1029 (1992-1993))

The Anatomy of Emotional Distress Claims in Minnesota, Michael K. Steenson
(19 William Mitchell Law Review 1 (1993))

Submissions from 1992

Case Management in the Eastern District of Virginia, in Symposium, Civil Litigation in the 1990's, Part II, A. Kimberley Dayton
(26 University of San Francisco Law Review 445 (1992))

Patriarchy, Paternalism, and the Masks of Fetal Protection., A. Kimberley Dayton
(2 Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 25 (1992))

Long Overdue: The Single Guaranteed Minimum Income Program, David Allen Larson
(69 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 353 (1992))

What Can You Say, Where Can You Say It, and to Whom?: A Guide to Understanding and Preventing Unlawful Sexual Harassment, David Allen Larson
(25 Creighton Law Review 827 (1992)
Copyright statement: Creighton University Law Review, “What Can You Say, Where Can You Say It, and to Whom?: A Guide to Understanding and Preventing Unlawful Sexual Harassment.” published in Vol. 25, Issue 3 (1991-1992, pp. 827-854, reprinted with permission. Copyright 1992 by Creighton University.)

Judicial Deference to the PTO's Interpretations of the Patent Law, R. Carl Moy
(74 Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society 406 (1992))

Patent Harmonization, Protectionism and Legislation, R. Carl Moy
(74 Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society 777 (1992))

The Effect of New Rule 56 on the Law of Inequitable Conduct, R. Carl Moy
(74 Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society 257 (1992))

Civil Actions for Emotional Distress and R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul, Michael K. Steenson
(18 William Mitchell Law Review 983 (1992))

Submissions from 1991

A Tribute to Peter S. Popovich, James F. Hogg
(17 William Mitchell Law Review 27 (1991))

A Memorial to Bernie Becker, Eric S. Janus
(17 William Mitchell Law Review 409 (1991))

Feminist Jurisprudence: Why Law Must Consider Women's Perspectives, Ann Juergens
(10:2 William Mitchell Magazine, Oct. (1991))

Title VII Compensation Issues Affecting Bilingual Hispanic Employees, David Allen Larson
(23 Arizona State Law Journal 821 (1991))

The Japanese International Law 'Revolution': International Human Rights Law and Its Impact in Japan, Kenneth L. Port
(28 Stanford Journal of International Law 139 (1991))

Submissions from 1990

Solving the Pretext Puzzle: The Importance of Ulterior Motives and Fabrications in the Supreme Court's Fourth Amendment Pretext Doctrine, Edwin J. Butterfoss
(79 Kentucky Law Journal 1 (1990-1991))

Organizing Themes of Environmental Law, Marcia R. Gelpe
(16 William Mitchell Law Review 897 (1990))

Penalties in Settlements of Citizen Suit Enforcement Actions Under the Clean Water Act, Marcia R. Gelpe
(16 William Mitchell Law Review 1025 (1990))

Clinics and "Contextual Integration": Helping Law Students Put the Pieces Back Together Again, Eric S. Janus
(16 William Mitchell Law Review 463 (1990))

Why Not Good Faith?-The Foibles of Fairness in Closely Held Corporations, Daniel S. Kleinberger
(16 William Mitchell Law Review 1143 (1990))

Frontispiece on Good Faith: A Functional Approach within the UCC, Christina L. Kunz
(16 William Mitchell Law Review 1105 (1990))

State Control of Great Lakes Water Diversion, J. David Prince
(16 William Mitchell Law Review 107 (1990))

Working Backwards: The Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing in Employment Law, Deborah A. Schmedemann
(16 William Mitchell Law Review 1119 (1990))

Constitutional Constraints on Proving "Whodunnit?", John O. Sonsteng
(16 William Mitchell Law Review 171 (1990))

Fourth Amendment Applicability, John O. Sonsteng
(16 William Mitchell Law Review 209 (1990))

The Privilege Against Compelled Self-Incrimination, John O. Sonsteng
(16 William Mitchell Law Review 249 (1990))

Comparable Worth in Arbitration, Christine D. Ver Ploeg
(16 William Mitchell Law Review 1223 (1990))

Submissions from 1989

The Semiconductor Chip Protection Act and Its Impact on the International Protection of Chip Designs, Jay Erstling
(15 Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 303 (1989) Originally published in the Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal at 15 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 303 (1989))

Environmental Quality: Three Ways to Decide How Much to Spend, Marcia R. Gelpe
(William Mitchell Magazine, Fall 1989)

Feeding the Permanently Unconscious and Terminally Ill or Dying Is Not Always Compassion, Phebe Saunders Haugen
(8:1 William Mitchell Magazine, spring (1989))

Wisconsin Sentence Modification: A View from the Trial Court, Kate Kruse and Kim E. Patterson
(1989 Wisconsin Law Review 441 (1989)
Copyright 2015 by The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System; Reprinted by permission of the Wisconsin Law Review)

Joint and Several Liability Minnesota Style, Michael K. Steenson
(15 William Mitchell Law Review 969 (1989))

Submissions from 1988

Bright Line Seizures: The Need for Clarity in Determining When Fourth Amendment Activity Begins, Edwin J. Butterfoss
(79 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 437 (1988))

Rethinking Harmless Constitutional Error, A. Kimberley Dayton
(88 Columbia La Review 79 1988)

AIDS and the Law: Setting and Evaluating Threshold Standards for Coercive Public Health Intervention, Eric S. Janus
(14 William Mitchell Law Review 503 (1988))

Mental Impairments and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, David Allen Larson
(48 Louisiana Law Review 841 (1988))

Copyright Protection of Fictional Characters in Japan, Kenneth L. Port
(7 Wisconsin International Law Journal 205 (1988))

Unions and Urinalysis, Deborah A. Schmedemann
(14 William Mitchell Law Review 277 (1988))

Products Liability Law in Minnesota: Design Defect and Failure to Warn Claims, Michael K. Steenson
(14 William Mitchell Law Review 443 (1988))

Forward to Drug Testing Symposium, Christine D. Ver Ploeg
(14 William Mitchell Law Review 231 (1988))

Submissions from 1987

Personal Jurisdiction and the Stream of Commerce, A. Kimberley Dayton
(7 Review of Litigation 239 (1987-88))

No Risk Allocation Need Apply: The Twisted Minnesota Law of Indemnification, Daniel S. Kleinberger
(13 William Mitchell Law Review 775 (1987))

Reconciling Differences: The Theory and Law of Mediating Labor Grievances, Deborah A. Schmedemann
(9 Industrial Relations Law Journal 523 (1987))

The Fault Concept in Personal Injury Cases in Minnesota: Implications for Tort Reform, Michael K. Steenson
(13 William Mitchell Law Review 373 (1987))

Bandwagon is Rolling: ADR Demands and Thrives on Lawyers Creative Thinking, Christine D. Ver Ploeg
(6:4 William Mitchell Magazine, Nov. (1987))

Submissions from 1986

An Offer She Can’t Refuse: When Fundamental Rights and Conditions on Government Benefits Collide, Marie Failinger
(31 Villanova Law Review 833 (1986))

What Disabilities are Protected Under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973?, David Larson
(16 University of Memphis Law Review 229 (1986))

The Interpretation of Means Expressions During Prosecution, R. Carl Moy
(68 Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society 246 (1986))

Legislative Oversight of Administrative Agencies in Minnesota, J. David Prince
(12 William Mitchell Law Review 223 (1986))

The Fault with Comparative Fault: The Problem of Individual Comparisons in a Modified Comparative Fault Jurisdiction, Michael K. Steenson
(12 William Mitchell Law Review 1 (1986))

Submissions from 1985

Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies: The Lesson from Environmental Cases, Marcia R. Gelpe
(53 George Washington Law Review 1 (1985))

Compensation for Victims of Hazardous Substance Exposure, J. David Prince
(11 William Mitchell Law Review 657 (1985))

Court Trial Empirical Survey: Interview Responses from Trial Judges Explaining Their Experiences and Views Regarding the Trial of Non-Jury Cases, John O. Sonsteng and Roger S. Haydock
(11 William Mitchell Law Review 775 (1985))

Submissions from 1984

Resolving the Paradox of the Innocent Construction Rule, David Larson
(7 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 481 (1984))

The Scope of Bargaining in Minnesota Public Sector Labor Relations: A Proposal for Change, Deborah A. Schmedemann
(10 William Mitchell Law Review 213 (1984))

Submissions from 1983

The Minnesota Commitment Act of 1982 Summary and Analysis, Eric S. Janus and Richard M. Wolfson
(6 Hamline Law Review 41 (1983))

Submissions from 1981

Civil Liberties: Judicial Immunity, Prisoner's Rights, Title VII and School Desegregation, C. Peter Erlinder
(57 Chicago-Kent Law Review 57 (1981))

Animal Feedlot Regulation in Minnesota, Marcia R. Gelpe
(7 William Mitchell Law Review 399 (1981))

A Primer on Minnesota No-Fault Automobile Insurance, Michael K. Steenson
(7 William Mitchell Law Review 313 (1981))

Submissions from 1980

Annual Report of the Electric Power Committee, J. David Prince
(13 Natural Resources Lawyer 34 (1980). This information or any portion thereof may not be copied or disseminated in any form or by any means or downloaded or stored in an electronic database or retrieval system without the express written consent of the American Bar Association.)

The Anatomy of Products Liability in Minnesota: Principles of Loss Allocation, Michael K. Steenson
(6 William Mitchell Law Review 243 (1980))

The Anatomy of Products Liability in Minnesota: The Theories of Recovery, Michael K. Steenson
(6 William Mitchell Law Review 1 (1980))

Submissions from 1979

Doing Business with Government: Are Prospective Suppliers Entitled to Procedural Due Process?, C. Peter Erlinder
(55 Chicago-Kent Law Review 497 (1979))

Annual Report of the Electric Power Committee, J. David Prince
(12 Natural Resources Lawyer 39 (1979). This information or any portion thereof may not be copied or disseminated in any form or by any means or downloaded or stored in an electronic database or retrieval system without the express written consent of the American Bar Association.)

Zoning for the Mentally Ill: A Legislative Mandate, Deborah A. Schmedemann
(16 Harvard Journal on Legislation 853 (1979))