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    • Legal Limits on Development Exactions: Responding to Nollan and Dolan 

      Cordes, Mark W. (1995)
      Over the last thirty years local governments have increasingly relied on development exactions as a funding source for land use development. Faced with shrinking budgets and the need to provide services attendant to growth, ...
    • Legal Paternity (and Other Parenthood) After Lehr and Michael H. 

      Parness, Jeffrey A.; Townsend, Zachary (2012)
      Actual genetic ties do not always establish, or even help to establish, legal paternity of children born of consensual sex, that is, male parental rights and/or duties as of the time of birth. Paternity status, typically ...
    • The Legal Profession’s Monopoly: Failing to Protect Consumers 

      Rigertas, Laurel A. (2014)
      This article explores the implication of the legal monopoly that occurs through the current attorney regulation system used in most states. Through the lens of consumer protection, the author discusses how the current ...
    • The Legal Status of the Unborn After Webster 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (1990)
      The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, as well as recent advances in our understanding of human reproduction, has prompted new dialogue on the legal status of the unborn and on ...
    • The Legislative Veto in Illinois: Why JCAR Review of Agency Rulemaking is Unconstitutional 

      Falkoff, Marc D. (2016)
      This Article argues that legislative vetoes of administrative agency rulemaking in Illinois are unlawful under the state’s constitution. It focuses on the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (“JCAR”), a bipartisan ...
    • Lessons from a Lost Constitution: The Council of Revision, the Bill of Rights, and the Role of the Judiciary in Democratic Governance 

      Jones, Robert L. (2012)
      This Article explores the relationship between the Council of Revision and the Bill of Rights. The Council of Revision, proposed at the Constitutional Convention by James Madison and the other Virginia delegates, would ...
    • Lessons from the unusual impacts of an abnormal winter in the USA 

      Changnon, David; Changnon, Stanley A. (Royal Meteorological Society, 2005)
      Economic impacts from the near record warm and snow-free winter of 2001–2 in the United States were assessed to ascertain their dimensions and relevance to issues like climate prediction and climate change. Unusual impacts ...
    • Let Live and Let Die: Disabled Newborns and Contemporary Law 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (1982)
      Several thousand infants die in the United States each year as a result of parental decisions to withdraw or withhold necessary medical treatment. Physicians implement these decisions in treating infants born with disabilities ...
    • Lexical Stress and Linguistic Predictability Influence Proofreading Behavior 

      Harris, Lindsay N., 1979--; Perfetti, Charles A. (2016-02-09)
      There is extensive evidence that the segmental (i.e., phonemic) layer of phonology is routinely activated during reading, but little is known about whether phonological activation extends beyond phonemes to subsegmental ...
    • Life Without Parole for Juveniles and the Retroactivity Mess 

      Falkoff, Marc D. (Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, 2014-01-20)
      Over the past year, the Illinois appellate courts have been making a muddle of our state’s retroactivity doctrine, stretching the law by ordering some prisoners who committed murders as juveniles to be resentenced. The ...
    • Linking abusive supervision to employee engagement and exhaustion 

      Scheuer, Melinda L.; Burton, James P.; Barber, Larissa K.; Finkelstein, Lisa M.; Parker, Christopher P. (Organization Management Journal, 2016)
      This research extends the differentiated job demands-resource model by integrating the main propositions of the transactional theory of stress to examine how cognitive appraisal processes link employee perceptions of abusive ...
    • Linking justice, performance, and citizenship via Leader-Member Exchange 

      Burton, James; Sablynski, Chris; Sekiguchi, Tomoki (Journal of Business & Psychology, 2008-09)
      While organizational justice continues to garner attention by researchers, why perceptions of justice influence a variety of outcomes is still in need of explanation. In this paper, we examine one type of social exchange ...
    • Litigation and Delay at Guantánamo Bay 

      Falkoff, Marc D. (2007)
      This article explores litigation delays occurring at the Guantámo Bay Naval Base. The author uses his clients to illustrate some of the issues that have arisen with overseas detention cases. Through his clients’ experience ...
    • Lobbying and Litigating Against "Legal Bootleggers"- The Role of the Organized Bar in the Expansion of the Courts' Inherent Powers in the Early Twentieth Century 

      Rigertas, Laurel A. (2009)
      This article suggests that the state judicial branches in the 1930’s and 1940’s may have overreached by holding that state legislatures did not have the constitutional power to define the practice of law. These holdings ...
    • The Local Rules Revolution in Criminal Discovery 

      McConkie, Daniel S., Jr. (2017)
      Over the last few decades, federal district court judges throughout the country have used local rules to greatly expand pretrial criminal disclosure obligations, especially for prosecutors. These local criminal discovery ...
    • Localizing Environmental Federalism 

      Fox, Sarah (University of California Davis School of Law, 2020)
      Local environmental action has gained attention and importance in the face of inaction by the federal government and many states. By taking action when other levels of government are not, these local governments are ...
    • A Longitudinal Analysis of the U.S. News Law School Academic Reputation Scores between 1998 and 2013 

      Jones, Robert L. (2013)
      This article is a revised update to a previously released study of the U.S. News academic reputation scores (“peer assessment scores”). The revised study incorporates the results from the 2013 U.S. News rankings and ...
    • Loss of Mnemic Neglect Among Socially Anxious Individuals 

      Zengel, Bettina; Skowronski, John Joseph; Valentiner, David P.; Sedikides, Constantine (Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 2015-04)
      The relation between social anxiety and memory for self-threatening information was investigated in the context of the mnemic neglect paradigm (Sedikides & Green, 2000). It was hypothesized that those high in social anxiety ...
    • Lost ESI Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (2017)
      In 2006, Federal Rule of Civil Procedure (FRCP) 37(e) came into effect, declaring that lost electronically stored information (ESI) could not prompt “sanctions … on a party” absent “exceptional circumstances.” Sanctions ...
    • Lost Paternity in the Culture of Motherhood 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (2007)
      In her recent Columbia Law Review article, "Infant Safe Haven Laws: Legislating in the Culture of Life," Professor Carol Sanger shows that American safe haven laws, viewed within a larger political culture, promote the ...