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THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW


Volume 42
Number 3
SPRING 2011

TABLE OF CONTENTS

LEADERSHIP IN LEGAL EDUCATION SYMPOSIUM XI

ESSAYS

Faith-Based Law Schools and an Apprenticeship in Professional Identity
Jeffrey A. Brauch ....................................................................................................... 593

Colliding or Coalescing: Leading a Faculty and an Administration in the Academic Enterprise
Nora V. Demleitner .................................................................................................... 605

From Both Sides Now: The Job Talk’s Role in Matching Candidates with Law Schools
Anne Enquist, Paula Lustbader, and John B. Mitchell ................................................... 619

The Forgotten Constituency? Law School Deans and Students
Kevin R. Johnson ...................................................................................................... 637

Life Lessons for a Law School
George W. Prigge ..................................................................................................... 649

The Dean’s Role in Building A Positive Workplace Environment
Douglas E. Ray ........................................................................................................ 657

The Tenure of a Law School Dean: It’s Not How Long You Make It—It’s How You Make It Long
Jim Rosenblatt ......................................................................................................... 667

ARTICLES

Proponents of Extracting Slavery Reparations from Private Interests Must Contend with Equity’s Maxims
Charles E. Rounds, Jr. .............................................................................................. 673

“Your Honor, May I Have That In Writing?” A Proposed Response to Violations of the Federal Sentencing Written Reasons Requirement
Judy Ann Clausen .................................................................................................... 705

COMMENTS

The Tenth Anniversary of the Restatement (Third) of Property, Servitudes: A Progress Report
Andrew Russell ....................................................................................................... 753

Federal Environmental Law Waivers and Homeland Security: Assessing Waiver Application in Homeland Security Settings at the Southern Border in Comparison to National Security Settings Involving the Military
Tiffany N. Tisler ....................................................................................................... 777

The Completely Reimbursed “Victim”: Did the Sentencing Commission Get It Right?
Matthew P. Waigand ............................................................................................... 803

Improving the Patent System: Community Sourcing and Pre-Grant Opposition
Christopher J. Worrel ............................................................................................... 833

 

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