57 Clev. St. L. Rev. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/clevslr57 and id is 1 raw text is: CLEVELAND STATE
LAW REVIEW

Volume 57                      2009                      Number 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
REFRAMING THE INDEPENDENCE V.
ACCOUNTABILITY DEBATE: DEFINING
JUDICIAL STRUCTURE IN LIGHT OF JUDGES'
COURAGE AND  INTEGRITY  ................................................. David Pimentel
USE OF JUDICIAL DOCTRINES IN FEDERAL TAX
CASES DECIDED BY TRIAL COURTS, 1993-
2006: A QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT ...................... Daniel M. Schneider  3
THE REALISM OF JUDGES PAST AND PRESENT .................. Brian Z. Tamanaha  7
EXPELLING LAW FIRM PARTNERS ................................. Douglas R. Richmond  9
NOTES
No CRACKS IN THE WALL: THE STANDING
BARRIER AND THE NEED FOR RESTRUCTURING
OF ANIMAL PROTECTION LAWS ............................... Kristen Stuber Snyder  I
CATCHING THE UNIQUE RABBIT: WHY PETS
SHOULD BE RECLASSIFIED AS INIMITABLE
PROPERTY  UNDER THE LAW  ..................................................  Kelly  Wilson  I

CITE AS 57 CLEV. ST. L. REV. _ (2009)
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