FSU Law Review


VOLUME 26, NO. 1 (FALL 1998)



ARTICLES
* THE ALIEN- CITIZEN PARADOX AND OTHER CONSEQUENCES OF U. S. COLONIALISM
Ediberto Roman
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* STATUS RULES: DOCTRINE AS DISCRIMINATION IN A POST HICKS EVIRONMENT
Ruth Gana Okediji
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* ALLOWING IMPROPER ARGUMENT OF COUNSEL TO BE RAISED FOR THE FIRST TIME ON APPEAL AS FUNDAMENTAL ERROR: ARE FLORIDA COURTS THROWING OUT THE BABY WITH THE BATH WATER?
The Honorable Larry A. Klein
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ESSAY

* INTERNAL VERSUS EXTERNAL PERSPECTIVES ON LAW: TOWARD MEDIATION
Douglas E. Litowitz
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COMMENTS
* CORPORATE GOLIATHS IN THE COSTUME OF DAVID: THE QUESTION OF ASSOCIATION AGGREGATION UNDER THE EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE ACT SHOULD THE WHOLE BE GREATER THAN ITS PARTS
Joseph J. Ward
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* CHOPPY WATERS ARE FORECAST FOR ACADEMIC FREE SPEECH
Rachel E. Fugate
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