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  American Journal of Trial Advocacy
  Volume 24, Number 2, Fall 2000
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  • COMMENTARIES
  • A LETTER TO THE NATION'S TRIAL JUDGES: HOW THE FOCUS ON EFFICIENCY IS HURTING YOU AND INNOCENT VICTIMS IN ASBESTOS LIABILITY CASES
        Victor E. Schwartz & Leah Lorber
        p.247                                                                                      +cite        
  • JUDGES AND LAWYERS ARE NOT SINGING FROM THE SAME HYMNAL WHEN IT COMES TO ALLOWING THE BIBLE IN THE COURTROOM
        Lis Wiehl
        p.273                                                                                      +cite        

  • ARTICLES
  • FIGHTING FRAUDULENT JOINDER: PROVING THE IMPOSSIBLE AND PRESERVING YOUR CORPORATE CLIENT'S RIGHT TO A FEDERAL FORUM
        Jay S. Blumenkopf, Kristina B. Pett & Michael S. Metta
        p.297                                                                                      +cite        
  • IMPROVING PERSUASIVE EFFECTS IN THE COURTROOM: AN APPLICATION OF RHETORICAL THEORY
        Jennifer Fowler-Hermes
        p.313                                                                                      +cite        

  • TRIAL TECHNIQUES
  • CURTAILING THE JUDICIAL CERTIFICATION OF EXPERT WITNESSES
        Paul F. Kirgis
        p.347                                                                                      +cite        
  • DEPOSITION PREPARATION AND DEFENSE FOR THE YOUNG LAWYER
        Kyle A. Lansberry & J. Robert Turnipseed
        p.357                                                                                      +cite        

  • BOOK REVIEW
  • SUCCESSFUL PARTNERING BETWEEN INSIDE AND OUTSIDE COUNSEL. EDITED BY ROBERT L. HAIG
        N. Lee Cooper
        p.377                                                                                      +cite        

  • STUDENT NOTE
  • TORTIOUS LIABILITY FOR SPOLIATION OF EVIDENCE
        p.381                                                                                      +cite    

  • STUDENT COMMENT
  • EX PARTE BARRAN: IN SEARCH OF STANDARD LEGISLATION FOR FRATERNITY HAZING LIABILITY
        p.407                                                                                      +cite    

  • RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
  • CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THERMAL IMAGING SCANNERS: THE MODERN EQUIVALENT OF SUPERMAN'S X-RAY VISION OR HEAT EMISSIONS DETECTION DEVICES?
        p.441                                                                                      +cite    
  • CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—PEOPLE v. MANESS: THE UNCONSTITUTIONAL VAGUENESS OF A STATUTE REQUIRING ONE TO TAKE REASONABLE STEPS TO PREVENT SEXUAL ABUSE
        p.445                                                                                      +cite    
  • EMPLOYMENT LAW—HEARN v. BOARD OF PUBLIC EDUCATION: WHO DECIDES THE AGENCY QUESTION?
        p.451                                                                                      +cite    
  • EMPLOYMENT LAW—LIMITED ACCESS: UROFSKY v. GILMORE—DO PUBLIC EMPLOYEES HAVE A FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT TO ACCESS SEXUALLY EXPLICIT MATERIAL ON THE INTERNET?
        p.457                                                                                      +cite    
  • FAMILY LAW—PAYRITS v. PAYRITS: ARE PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS ALWAYS AWARDED CUSTODY?
        p.463                                                                                      +cite    
  • INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY—SOUNDS AND SILENCE: DOWNLOADING AND FAIR USE IN A & M RECORDS, INC. v. NAPSTER, INC.
        p.469                                                                                      +cite    
  • TORT LAW—ETHEREDGE v. RICHLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT ONE: CAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS BE HELD LIABLE FOR A STUDENT'S GUN VIOLENCE?
        p.475                                                                                      +cite    
  • TORT LAW—NICHOLS v. LAND TRANSPORT CORP.: EMPLOYER LIABILITY FOR EMPLOYEE'S "ROAD RAGE" ASSAULTS
        p.479                                                                                      +cite