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THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW


Volume 38
Number 2
WINTER 2007

TABLE OF CONTENTS

LEADERSHIP IN LEGAL EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM VII

ESSAYS BY AMERICAN LAW DEANS

Legal Education and the Tyrannical “Paradox of Choice: Why More Is Less”
Hannah R. Arterian ........................................................................................................ 495

The Law School Special Event: Lessons Learned in Our Twentieth Year
Jeffrey A. Brauch........................................................................................................... 507

Change Is Good
Thomas C. Galligan, Jr. ................................................................................................ 513

Take Back the Night: Why an Association of Regional Law Schools Will Return Core Values to Legal Education and Provide an Alternative to Tiered Rankings
Jon M. Garon ............................................................................................................... 517

Reflections on Leadership
Robert H. Jerry, II ......................................................................................................... 539

“Lawyer as Problem Solver:” Curricular Innovation at Dayton
Lisa A. Kloppenberg....................................................................................................... 547

Size Matters
Paul A. LeBel ................................................................................................................557

The Perils of Glasnost
David A. Logan.............................................................................................................. 565

Reflecting on the Dream of the Marathon Man: Black Dean Longevity and Its Impact on Opportunity and Diversity
LeRoy Pernell ............................................................................................................... 571

Not Quite “Them,” Not Quite “Us”: Why It’s Difficult for Former Deans to Go Home Again
Nancy B. Rapoport ........................................................................................................ 581

 

ESSAYS BY AUSTRALIAN LAW DEANS

Confidentiality, Shadow Boxing and Proper Processes - The FOI Challenge in Recruitment and Promotion Processes in Australian Universities
Rosalind F. Croucher .................................................................................................... 599

Deaning Down-Under
Arie Freiberg................................................................................................................. 617

The Mysteries of Problem-Based Learning: Combining Enthusiasm and Excellence
Gabriël A. Moens ......................................................................................................... 623

Building the Dream: Getting New Structures for Old Faculties
Leon Trakman.............................................................................................................. 633

 

BEYOND THE DEAN’S OFFICE - PERSPECTIVES ON LEGAL EDUCATION AND ADMINISTRATION

Triage in the Trenches of the Legal Writing Course: The Theory and Methodology of Analytical Critique
Daniel L. Barnett.......................................................................................................... 651

Life as a Law School Chief Operating Officer: How Many Hats Do You Wear?
George W. Prigge........................................................................................................ 705

 

COMMENTS

Sanctioning Lawlessness: The Need to Apply Whistleblower and Wrongful Discharge Protections to Members of Limited Liability Companies
Stephanie Buck ......................................................................................................... 711

When Law Enforcement and Medicine Overlap: The Community Caretaker Exception and the Right to Refuse Medical Treatment
Paul C Redrup ........................................................................................................... 741

Right-to-Refuse Warnings: A Minority’s Crusade for Justice
Kate Schuyler ........................................................................................................... 769

 

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