Volume 34, No. 3 (Summer 1995) Table of Contents

From the Editor

Professor of the Year


Re-Examining CERCLA Section 309: Federal Preemption of State Limitations Periods, p. 415-459 (3.8 MB PDF)
Van R. Delhotal

Equality: Nibbling Around the Edges, p. 460-494 (2.6 MB PDF)
Ronald C. Griffin


Civic Duty and Civic Risk: The Supreme Court Throws the Balance Out of Whack, p. 495-504 (836 KB PDF)
C.A. Beier

Environmental Justice, Torts and Causation, p. 505-515 (1.0 MB PDF)
Allan Kanner

An Education in Law - For What Purpose? "The Trust Imposed on the Law Student", p. 516-530 (1.2 MB PDF)
Bruce Levine

Rethinking Harm: A Feminist Essay, p. 531-538 (773 KB PDF)
Suzanne J. Levitt


Kansas' New Death Penalty Law: Will It Be Administered Fairly and Consistently?, p. 539-555 (1.5 MB PDF)
Marianne Deagle

Will Debtors Win the Battle as Creditors Win the War?: Retroactive Recovery of Attorney Fees in Consumer Credit Contracts in Kansas, p. 556-572 (1.5 MB PDF)
Tamara I. Putnam & Jonathan J. Lautt

Kissing Babies, Shaking Hands, and Campaign Contributions: Is This the Proper Role for the Kansas Judiciary?, p. 573-587 (1.4 MB PDF)
Stacie L. Sanders


Tort Law: Recognizing Lost Chance Theory of Recovery in Medical Malpractice Cases [Delaney v. Cade, 873 P.2d 175 (Kan. 1994)], p. 588-598 (1.1 MB PDF)
Jennifer L. Ames

Negligence: Weakened Defenses to Nonclient Malpractice Claims or Jeopardizing Affordable Trusts [Pizel v. Whalen, 845 P.2d 37 (Kan. 1993)], p. 599-613 (1.6 B PDF)
Mike Callahan

Property Law: The Termite Legacy in Real Estate - Caveat Inspector [Horsch v. Terminix International Co., 865 P.2d 1044 (Kan. Ct. App. 1993)], p. 614-627 (1.4 MB PDF)
Eric S. Heath

Negligence: Protecting Investors by Forcing Brokerage Firms to Disclose Employees' Misconduct [Palmer v. Shearson Lehman Hutton, Inc., 622 So.2d 1085 (Fla. Dist. Ct. App. 1993)], p. 628-644 (1.7 MB PDF)
Arthur E. Rhodes

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