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THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW


Volume 41
Number 2
WINTER 2010

TABLE OF CONTENTS

LEADERSHIP IN LEGAL EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM X

ESSAYS

Negotiating Paths, Creepy Crawly Creatures and Things that Go Bump in the Night: The Cautionary Tale of A Fourth-Year Dean
Linda L. Ammons ...............................................................................................255

Truth and Beauty: A Legal Translation
Jim Chen ...........................................................................................................261

Learning by Doing: An Experience with Outcomes Assessment
Mary Crossley and Lu-in Wang ...........................................................................269

The Non-Management Side of Academic Administration
Michael A. Fitts .................................................................................................283

Continuing Professional Development in Law Schools
Thomas F. Guernsey...........................................................................................291

A Short Comparison of Military Leadership with Law School Leadership —More Similarities than Differences?
Walter B. Huffman ..............................................................................................315

Developing a Skills and Professionalism Curriculum—Process and Product
Earl Martin and Gerald Hess ................................................................................327

Lessening Stress of the 1L Year: Implementing an Alternative to Traditional Grading
Clinton W. Shinn ................................................................................................355

 

COMMENTS

When Close Enough Doesn’t Cut It: Why Courts Should Want to Steer Clear of Determining What Is—And What Is Not—Material in a Child’s Individual Education Program
Jeffrey A. Knight ................................................................................................375

Making the Fair Housing Act More Fair: Permitting Section 3604(B) to Provide Relief for Post-Occupancy Discrimination in the Provision of Municipal Services—A Historical View
Benjamin A. Schepis .........................................................................................411

Damage Deferred: Determining When a Cause of Action Begins to Accrue for a Cancer Misdiagnosis Claim
Ann Louise Zarick .............................................................................................445

 

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