Volume 35, No. 3 (Summer 1996) Table of Contents

From the Editor

Professor of the Year


Making the Law Safe for Science: A Proposed Rule for the Admission of Expert Testimony, p. 401-430 (2.6 MB PDF)
David L. Faigman

Coming to Terms with Equality, p. 431-468 (2.9 MB PDF)
Ronald C. Griffin


Too Much of a Good Thing: Immigration, Plyler v. Doe, and American Hubris, p. 469-497 (3.3 MB PDF)
Gregg Van De Mark


Products Liability: No Pain, No Gain! The Tenth Circuit Uses First Mini-Trampoline Lawsuit to Give Muscle to the Duty To Warn by Flexing the Duty To Test [Richter v. Limax Int'l, 45 F.3d 1464 (10th Cir. 1995)], p. 498-514 (1.8 MB PDF)
Karen A. Eager

Sacrificing the Best Interests of a Child in Favor of the Parental Rights of an Ex-Con [In re Adoption of S.E.B. & K.A.B., Minors, 891 P.2d 440 (Kan. 1995)], p. 515-527 (1.3 MB PDF)
Stephen J. Torline

Criminal Law: The Exclusionary Rule: Has It Worked Its Way Into the Probationary System? [State v. Turner, 891 P.2d 317 (Kan. 1995)], p. 528-544 (1.8 MB PDF)
L. Christopher Wittman

Miscellaneous Pages

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