1983 CILP 1 (1983)

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CURRENT INDEX TO LEGAL PERIODICALS
M. G. Gallagher Law Library
University of Washington School of Law
Key to Citations ----  January 7, 1983
34 Baylor Law Review, No. 3, Summer, 1982.
62 Boston University Law Review, No. 3, May, 1982.
4 Campbell Law Review, No. 2, Spring, 1982.
87 Dickinson Law Review, No. 1, Fall, 1982.
13 Lincoln Law Review, No. 1, Pp. 1-90, 1982.
81 Michigan Law Review, No. 1, November, 1982.
61 North Carolina Law Review, rIo. 1, October, 1982.
58 Notre Dame Law Review, No. 1, October, 1982.
61 Oregon Law Review, No. 2, Pp. 149-348, 1982.
20 San Diego Law Review, No. 1, December, 1982.
13 Seton Hall Law Review, No. 1, Pp. 1-228, 1982.
33 Syracuse Law Review, No. 2, Spring, 1982.
37 Tax Law Review, No. 4, Summer, 1982.
60 Texas Law Review, No. 3, March, 1982.
11 University of Baltimore Law Review, No. 2, Winter, 1982.
51 University of Cincinnati Law Review, No. 1, Pp. 1-255,
1982.
8 University of Dayton Law Review, Io. 1, Fall, 1982.
15 University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform, No. 3,
Spring, 1982.
44 University of Pittsburgh Law Review, No. 1, Fall, 1982.
13 University of Toledo Law Review, No. 4, Sumrler, 1982.
35 Vanderbilt Law Review, No. 5, October, 1982.
4 W~hittier Law Review, No. 4, Pp. 561-681, 1982.
1982 Wisconsin Law Review, 1o. 4, Pp. 473-728, 1982.
91 Yale Law Journal, No. 6, flay, 1982.
* Please note the name change of this periodical, forrerlv
called: Notre Dame Lawyer.
** A portion of this issue comprises a Survey of Recent
Developments in New Jersey Law.
*** A portion of this issue comprises the 1981 Ohio Supreme
Court Decisions Survey.

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

BANKRUPTCY

Powell, Burnele V. Pressing the NCAPA paradigm: too
much form for ad hoc adjudicatory rulemaking. 61 N.C.
67-96.
The standard of review of administrative rules in
Wisconsin. 1982 Wisc. 691-727.
ADMIRALTY
Maritime law--land-based negligence standard of care
established in a longshoreman's third party action a-
gainst vessel owner under the Longshoremen's and Har-
bor Workers' Compensation Act of 1972. (Scindia Steam
Navigation Co. v. Santos, 451 U.S. 156, 1981.) 11 U.B.
332-343.
AGRICULTURE
Arts, James L., and William L. Church. Soil erosion--
the next crisis? 1982 Wisc. 535-626.
BANKING
Lewis, Charles C. The omnibus clause of U.C.C. Section
4-303(l)(d): a holder's sword or a payor's shield?
4 Camp. 279-337.
Foreign exchange sales and the law of contracts: a
case for analogy to the Uniform Commercial Code.
35 Vand. 1173-1209.

Avoiding liens under the new Bankruptcy Code: construc-
tion and application of Section 522(f). 15 U.M.J.L.R.
577-596.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy: when may a mortgage debtor
cure the accelerated mortgage debt using Section
1322(b)(5)? 8 U.Day. 109-136.
CIVIL RIGHTS
Attanasio, John B. Equal justice under chaos: the
developing law of sexual harassment. 51 U.Cin. 1-41.
Ingram, John Dwight, and Ellen Domph. An employer's
duty to accommodate the religious beliefs and prac-
tices of an employee. 87 Dick. 21-62.
Jones, Cathy J. Abortion and the consideration of
fundamental, irreconcilable interests. 33 Syra.
565-614.
Shaiken, Mark A. Will you still need me. . .when I'm
sixty-four?: forced retirement for executives under
the ADEA. 11 U.B. 256-271.
Alternatives to seniority-based layoffs: reconciling
Teamsters, Weber, and the goal of equal employment
opportunity. 15 U.l.J.L.R. 523-546.

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