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THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW


Volume 37
Number 1
FALL 2005

TABLE OF CONTENTS

LEADERSHIP IN LEGAL EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM VI

ESSAYS

Making the Case for Legal Education and the Legal Profession 
James J. Alfini .............................................................................................................. 1

Some Aspects of Legal Training in Hungary
Attila Bado and Zsolt Nagy............................................................................................ 7

Law Schools and the Pursuit of Justice
Jeffrey S. Brand ........................................................................................................... 13

Success, Status, and the Goals of a Law School 
Jay Conison ................................................................................................................ 23

The ABA/AALS Sabbatical Site Inspection: Strangers in a Strange Land 
R. Lawrence Dessem ................................................................................................... 37

Cyberbullies on Campus
Darby Dickerson ........................................................................................................ 51

Confronting Death in the Academy: A Dialogue 
John W. Fisher, II and Alvin H. Moss ............................................................................75

Why Can't Law Students Be More Like Lawyers? 
Stephen J. Friedman ................................................................................................... 81

The Parable of the Three Floods 
Thomas C. Galligan, Jr. .............................................................................................. 95

Preparing Law Students to Become Better Lawyers, Quicker: Franklin Pierce's
Webster Scholars Program 
John D. Hutson ........................................................................................................ 103

Ya Gotta Pay the Pig
Richard A. Matasar .................................................................................................. 109

A Dean's Dilemma or Lessons in Diversity
Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker ...................................................................................... 117

Longevity
Kenneth C. Randall .................................................................................................. 127

Decanal Haiku
Nancy B. Rapoport ................................................................................................... 131

The Care and Appreciation of Adjunct Faculty 
Douglas E. Ray ........................................................................................................ 135

Common Ground: Law Schools in American Life During the New Age of Faith 
David Rudenstine .................................................................................................... 143

An Outsider's Way In: The Use of Comparative Election Law 
Kurt L. Schmoke ...................................................................................................... 155

Leadership in Times of Institutional Change
Kenneth J. Vandevelde ............................................................................................. 163

Building the Student Culture
David E. Van Zandt .................................................................................................. 171

"A River to My People..." Notes From My Fifth Year As Dean 
Allan W. Vestal ........................................................................................................ 179

The Trouble with Email: Suspect Every Negative Declaration
Frederic White ......................................................................................................... 191

To Be Or Not To Be
Parham H. Williams .................................................................................................. 195

NOTES & COMMENTS

Equal Educational Opportunities and the Visually Impaired Student Under the Individuals
with Disabilities Education Act
Jennifer L. Free ......................................................................................................... 203

Between the Defendant's Scylla and Charybdis: Brooks v. McCaughtry and the Right to a
Fair Trial and the Right to Self-Representation
Karl Evan Strauss ...................................................................................................... 235

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