College of Law

Law Review Issues

THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW


Volume 39
Number 2
WINTER 2008

TABLE OF CONTENTS

LEADERSHIP IN LEGAL EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM VIII

ESSAYS

The Art and Science of Deaning: Lessons from My Garden
Linda L. Ammons.......................................................................................................... 209

Stone Soup: Thoughts on Balancing a Deanship and Family Life after Twelve Years as Dean
Richard L. Aynes ...........................................................................................................221

Law Reform and Legal Education: Uniting Separate Worlds
Michael Coper............................................................................................................... 233

Legal Knowledge, the Responsibility of Lawyers, and the Task of Law Schools
Michael Coper............................................................................................................... 251

Maybe Deaning Is Not for You
R. Lawrence Dessem .................................................................................................... 261

Professor Dumbledore’s Advice for Law Deans
Darby Dickerson .......................................................................................................... 269

To Make a Difference: Dean as Producer
Jon M. Garon .............................................................................................................. 297

The Quest to Achieve True “Top Quartile” Status: Creating and Sustaining an Affirming Law School Community
Patrick K. Hetrick......................................................................................................... 305

Responding to “Educating Lawyers”: An Heretical Essay in Support of Abolishing Teaching Evaluations
Dennis R. Honabach ....................................................................................................311

Incorporating Emotional Intelligence Concepts into Legal Education: Strengthening the Professionalism of Law Students
John E. Montgomery .................................................................................................... 323

Educating Law Students for Leadership Roles and Responsibilities
Donald J. Polden........................................................................................................... 353

Just What Does a Dean Do? The Collective Wisdom of Many Law Deans
George W. Prigge.......................................................................................................... 361

Legal Pedagogy: What Can We Learn from Business Schools?
Geoffrey B. Shields........................................................................................................ 369

To Teach or Not to Teach
Gary J. Simson ............................................................................................................. 375

Liberty University’s Lawyering Skills Program: Integrating Legal Theory in a Practice-Oriented Curriculum
Mathew D. Staver........................................................................................................... 383

Fundraising Tips for Deans with Intermediate Development Programs
Donald J. Weidner......................................................................................................... 393

A Letter to a New Dean
Glen Weissenberger ..................................................................................................... 399

 

COMMENTS

The Mad Scramble of Congress, Lawyers, and Law Students after Abu Ghraib: The Rush to Bring Private Military Contractors to Justice
Ian Kierpaul ................................................................................................................. 407

Security Theater and Database-Driven Information Markets: A Case for an Omnibus U.S. Data Privacy Statute
Candice L. Kline............................................................................................................. 443

Hamdan v. Rumsfeld and the Government’s Response: The Military Commissions Act of 2006 and Its Implications on the Separation of Powers
Jill K. Lamson................................................................................................................ 497

The Faith-Based Standard: A Review and Prospective Analysis of Establishment Clause Developments in Light of Americans United v. Prison Fellowship Ministries
Travis Robertson ........................................................................................................... 525

 

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