Author Index (references denote volume:page)
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|Falender, Debra A.
||Tribute to Professor Walter W. Krieger. (includes biographical data)
|Farrell, Elijah D.
||Accounting Firms and the Unauthorized Practice of Law: Who is the Bar Really Trying to Protect?
|Farrell, Robert C.
||Successful Rational Basis Claims in the Supreme Court from the 1971 Term Through Romer v. Evans
|Feagin, Joe R.
||The Many Costs of Discrimination: The Case of Middle-Class African Americans
|Featherstun, Jeffrey D.
||Environmental Law Developments: A Focus on Brownfields—Overcoming Historical Environmental Problems
|Feigenbaum, Edward D.
||Legislative Ethics in Indiana: A Matter of Perception—and Perception Matters
|Fernholz, Matthew M.
||Comparative Procedure on a Sunday Afternoon: Instant Replay in the NFL as a Process of Appellate Review
||Hollow Promises for Pregnant Students: How the Regulations Governing Title IX Fail to Prevent Pregnancy Discrimination in School
|Finklea, A. Jack
||Leniency in Exchange for Testimony: Bribery or Effective Prosecution?
|Fischer, Julee C.
||Policing the Self-Help Legal Market: Consumer Protection or Protection of the Legal Cartel?
|Flanagan, James F.
||An Update on Developments in Central Panels and ALJ Final Order Authority
|Flora, Colin E.
||Survey of Recent Developments in Real Property Law
|Foley, Edward B.
||The Founders' Bush v. Gore: The 1792 Election Dispute and Its Continuing Relevance
||A Call to Restore Limitations on Unbridled Congressional Delegations: American Trucking Ass’ns v. EPA
|Francis, Leslie Pickering
||Moral Principles and Legal Practice
|Frank, Steven P.
||Yes in My Backyard: Developers, Government and Communities Working Together Through Development Agreements and Community Benefit Agreements
|Friedman, Lawrence M.
||California Death Trip
|Frisby, Mary Jane
||Rockin' Down the Highwway: Forging a Path for the Lawful Use of MP3 Digital Music Files
||Drawing a Line on the Blackboard: Why High School Students Cannot Welcome Sexual Relationships with Their Teachers