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Submissions from 1989

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Efficiency and Protection, or Empowerment and Recognition?: The Mediator's Role and Ethical Standards in Mediation, Robert A. Baruch Bush

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Mediation and Adjudication, Dispute Resolution and Ideology: An Imaginary Conversation, Robert A. Baruch Bush

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Defining Quality in Dispute Resolution: Taxonomies and Anti-Taxonomies of Quality Arguments, Robert A. Baruch Bush

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: Staying the Undersecured Creditor in Chapter 11: No Compensation for Delay, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: The Ruti-Sweetwater Warning to Creditors-A Powerful Lesson, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: The Trustee's Avoiding Powers and Conditional Attachment Liens-Can Two People Wear the Same Shoes?, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: Security Interests in Keogh Plans, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

Submissions from 1988

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AIDS and New York Matrimonial Law, Bernard Rothman, Paul Nassar, and Andrew Schepard

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Two Fables, Monroe H. Freedman

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Religious Symbols and the Establishment of a National 'Religion', Janet L. Dolgin

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Constitutional Analysis of the Baby M Case, Barbara Stark

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Client Confidences and Client Perjury: Some Unanswered Questions, Monroe H. Freedman

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Putting the Heat On Freezes, Jonathan G. Blattmachr and Mitchell M. Gans

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OBRA Will Require Revision Of Some Estate Plans, Jonathan G. Blattmachr and Mitchell M. Gans

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Burning Down the House: Toward a Theory of More Equitable Distribution, Barbara Stark

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Quantitative Risk Assessments As Evidence In Civil Litigation, Vern R. Walker

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Disclaimers, Mitchell M. Gans

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: Creditors' Committee Composition-Avoiding Attorney-Client Privilege Conflict, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: The Small Business Investment Company: Power of Federal Injunction Vs. the Bankruptcy Code, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: A Secured Creditor's Right to Funds Received by a Trustee in Settlement of an Action to Avoid a Fraudulent Transfer of Collateral, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: Release of Standby Letter of Credit as a Defense to a Preference Action, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

Submissions from 1987

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Legal Ethics and the Suffering Client, Monroe H. Freedman

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Legislative Process and Its Judicial Renderings: A Study in Contrast, Eric Lane

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Using Process Observation to Teach Alternative Dispute Resolution: Alternatives to Simulation, Robert A. Baruch Bush

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Libel Law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms: Towards a Broader Protection for Media Defendants, Amy R. Stein

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The British-U.S. Memorandum of Understanding of 1986: Implications after Warner, J. Scott Colesanti

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: The Danger of Relying on Idioms: "Undersecured" and "Oversecured" Creditors, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: The Meaning of "Ordinary Course Of Business" Under the Bankruptcy Code-Vertical and Horizontal Analysis, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: Enforceability of Letters of Credit When the Customer is in Bankruptcy: From Twist Cap to Air Conditioning, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: The Vulnerability of Liens Securing Obligations to Pay Deceased or Retiring Shareholders for Repurchased Stock, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

Submissions from 1986

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The Professional Responsibility of the Law Professor: Three Neglected Questions, Monroe H. Freedman

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Advances in Prosecutors’ Ethics, Monroe H. Freedman

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Court-Ordered Mediation in Family Disputes: The New York Proposal, Linda Silberman and Andrew Schepard

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The New Meaning of Rule 68: Marek v. Chesny and Beyond, Roy D. Simon Jr.

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Between Two Worlds: The Shift from Individual to Group Responsibility in the Law of Causation of Injury, Robert A. Baruch Bush

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: The Bankruptcy Court’s Role in Determining Nondischargeability of Obligations Owed to a Former Spouse, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: Subordination of the Guarantor’s Subrogation Rights—The Marshaling Doctrine Revisited, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: Eligibility for Chapter 13 as a Requirement for Dismissal of Chapter 7 Case Based on "Substantial Abuse": In Re Mastroeni, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: Definition of "Insolvent" for Reclamation Purposes: Bankruptcy Code vs. UCC, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

Submissions from 1985

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Taking Children Seriously: Promoting Cooperative Custody After Divorce, Andrew Schepard

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Legislative Oversight of an Executive Budget Process: Impoundments in New York, Eric Lane

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Consultants' Comments on the New York State Law Revision Commission Recommendation on the Child Custody Dispute Resolution Process, Linda Silberman and Andrew Schepard

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The Riddle of Rule 68, Roy D. Simon Jr.

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AIDS: Social Meanings and Legal Ramifications, Janet L. Dolgin

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Cleaning Up in Bankruptcy: Curbing Abuse of the Federal Bankruptcy Code by Industrial Polluters, Norman I. Silber

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Carcinogens in Air: A Crisis in Regulation, Leonard A. Miller, Vern R. Walker, and Lydia N. Wegman

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: Preferential Payment of Long-Term Debts in the Ordinary Course of Business-The Effect of the 1984 Amendments, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: Mortgage Foreclosure Sales as Fraudulent Conveyances-Does the 1984 Act Make a Difference?, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

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From the Bankruptcy Courts: Compelling a Senior Lienor to Pursue Remedies Against a Guarantor-A Misapplication of the Marshaling Doctrine, Benjamin Weintraub and Alan N. Resnick

Submissions from 1984

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Ethical Problems Involved in Undercover Operations Against Lawyers - The Congressional Testimony of Monroe Freedman, Monroe H. Freedman