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    • Agricultural Zoning: Impacts and Future Directions 

      Cordes, Mark W. (2002)
      Farmland preservation has become a growing societal concern over the past two decades and is now a common component of any serious discussion of environmental land-use controls. All levels of government have perceived ...
    • Agriculture Without Farmers?: Is Industrialization Restructuring American Food Production and Threatening the Future of Sustainable Agriculture? 

      Hamilton, Neil D. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1994-07)
      This article addresses the rapidly changing face of American agriculture. The author identifies a series of contradictions in American attitudes concerning agriculture and discusses the potential threat to the future of ...
    • Agriculture, Rural Workers and Free Trade 

      Luna, Guadalupe T. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1994-07)
      This article identifies the impact of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on this country's agricultural workforce. The author concludes that as currently written, NAFTA facilitates the historically unequal ...
    • AIDS and the Criminal Justice System: An Annotated Bibliography 

      Austin, John R.; Trammell, Rebecca S. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1991-07)
      Part I of this bibliography collects and annotates articles and books that discuss the legal issues that grow out of the impact of HIV infection and disease on the criminal justice system and the criminal law. Part II ...
    • AIDS and the Federal Bureau of Prisons: A Unique Challenge 

      Wilbur, Richard S. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1991-07)
      275 This article reviews the medical nature of AIDS and the effect AIDS has on the changing legal climate in the United States regarding privacy and confidentiality. The author details the uniqueness of AIDS and the problems ...
    • AIDS in Jail 

      Messing, Howard (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1991-07)
      The first American institution forced to face the AIDS epidemic and which served as a testing ground for institutional responses to AIDS was the jail. The response of the jail systems and the case law surrounding these ...
    • The Almost Rise and Not Quite Fall of the Political Gerrymander 

      Kasper, Michael J. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2007-07)
      This article discusses what future, if any, political gerrymandering claims have in light of the Supreme Court's decision in LULAC v. Perry, the Texas redistricting case. The article also examines the various methods and ...
    • Alt-Bargaining 

      Oswalt, Michael M. (Law and Contemporary Problems, 2019)
      Reflections on the modern labor movement tend to take a bad-news/good-news approach to the future: yes, unions are down, but a new trend suggests they are far from out. The framing is optimistic, but also right. What’s ...
    • An Alternative for Illinois Land Use Legislation 

      Forrest, Clyde W. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1992-07)
      This article addresses the need for an interrelated planning component in Illinois land use law. Professor Forrest concludes that the existing legislative model is obsolete and fails to address common problems confronting ...
    • Amazon’s Antitrust Fair Play, a Transatlantic Evaluation 

      Vlazakis, Angelos; Varela, Angeliki (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2020-11)
      For the first time after a century, antitrust law has been making headlines around the country. Amazon, among other technological giants, finds itself in the middle of a cyclone against economic power. This article joins ...
    • American General Jurisdiction Trial Courts: New Visions, New Guidelines 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (2006)
      Today, American trial courts are trying less and managing more private civil cases. They are also losing many private claims to other dispute resolvers. The traditional role of the trial judge as a neutral, detached, and ...
    • The American Law Institute Principles of Family Dissolution, the Approximation Rule and Shared-Parenting 

      Melli, Marygold S. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2005-07)
      This article discusses the ALl Principles of Family Dissolution which proposes a default rule to determine child custody when parents cannot agree. That rule, known as the Approximation Rule, requires the court to allocate ...
    • American State Constitutional Equalities 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (2010)
      Many American state constitutions contain equality provisions. Some simply promote Equal Protection in ways comparable to the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the federal constitution. Others are worded quite differently, ...
    • America’s Pastime: Human Trafficking, Cuba, and the Road to the Show 

      Burton, Cole (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2020-06)
      Cuban athletes face a treacherous journey in venturing from Cuba to the United States in order to pursue their dreams of becoming professional athletes. The MLB-FCB Agreement of 2018 sought to ease this journey by alleviating ...
    • Amor Y Esperanza: A Latina Lesbian Becomes a Law Professor 

      Arriola, Elvia R. (Journal of Legal Education, 2017)
      Writing about my presence in the legal academy is about identifying the act of resistance in simply being myself as a Latina lesbian who was trying to develop as a feminist legal theorist when I thought ...
    • An Analysis of Principled Advocacy in the Development of the Uniform Mediation Act 

      Firestone, Gregory (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2002-05)
      In this piece, the author examines the drafting of the Uniform Mediation Act in light of the eleven guiding principles endorsed by the organizations represented by the author. The author examines and analyzes numerous ...
    • Annexation Agreements - Boundary Agreements: Walking a Fine Line into the Future - A Map of the Dangers to the Unwary Land Use Traveler 

      Cope, Ronald S. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1997-07)
      This article examines the potential dangers that may be encountered by inexperienced land use planners. The article begins with a review of statutes and case law involving annexation agreements in Illinois. Next, the author ...
    • Another Tile in the “Jurisdictional Mosaic” of Lawyer Regulation: Modifying Admission by Motion Rules to Meet the Needs of the 21st Century Lawyer 

      DeBlasis, Abigail L. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2018-04)
      Can practicing law on a less than "full-time" basis hinder a lawyer's future mobility? The answer depends on which jurisdiction you ask. A parent who is considering a reduced hours schedule for family reasons or a recent ...
    • Antecedents of the ITO Charter and their Relevance for the Uruguay Round 

      Mikesell, Raymond F. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1994-05)
      The author discusses the origins of the International Trade Organization ("ITO") and the International Monetary Fund ("IMF"). Next, the author addresses the issue of legalism versus pragmatism in the administration of the ...
    • Antidumping Investigations: Procedural Reform and Substantive Change Through the Trade Agreements Act 

      Reifenberg, Robert L. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-05)
      This comment presents an examination of the anti-competitive practice of dumping and the United States legislation aimed at its deterrence. The author presents an analysis of the procedure used in the repealed antidumping ...