Vol 34, No 1 (2000)

Law Schools and the Legal Profession: A Conference in Celebration of Twenty-Five Years of Service by James P. White

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Indiana Law Review

Symposium

Foreword PDF
James P. White 1-6
What the Profession Expects of Law Schools PDF
Randall T. Shepard 7-14
What the Legal Profession Expects of Law Schools: A Response PDF
Robert A. Stein 15-22
Legal Education: Professional Interests and Public Values PDF
Deborah L. Rhode 23-46
Temporary Distance Education Guidelines Provide Opportunities for Flexibility and Innovation PDF
Harry J. Haynsworth 47-54
The Challenge to Diversity in Legal Education PDF
Herma Hill Kay 55-86
Response to Dean Herma H. Kay's Affirmative Action Paper PDF
Henry Ramsey Jr. 87-94

Notes

The Impact of the Washington Legal Foundation Cases on Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Practices in the United States PDF
Richard C. Ascroft 95-120
Policing the Self-Help Legal Market: Consumer Protection or Protection of the Legal Cartel? PDF
Julee C. Fisher 121-154
Intrusion and the Media: An Old Tort Learns New Tricks PDF
Jennifer L. Marmon 155-178
Fee Audits Cut More Than Fat Out of Bills, Cutting Heart of Insurance Defense PDF
Liberty L. Roberts 179-201


ISSN: 0090-4198