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34 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. [i] (2007-2008)

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Law Review
VOLUME 34                 2007               NUMBER 1
CONSTRUCTION LAW
The Historical Emergence of Construction Law
Philip  L.  Bruner  .............................................
A Critique of Best Value Contracting in Minnesota
Dean B. Thomson, Mark Becker and Jeffrey Wieland .............  25
Entering the Brave, New World: An Introduction to
Contracting for Building Information Modeling
Dwight A. Larson and Kate A. Golden .........................  75
A Critical Examination of Minnesota's Treatment of the
Economic Loss Doctrine in Construction Cases-Is Contract
Law Drowning in a Sea of Tort?
Jeff  Colem an  .................................................  109
Drawing the Line: A Proposal for Limiting the Form and
Function of Construction Manager Project Delivery
Tym on  Berger  ................................................  153
Recent Issues in Property Coverage
Patrickj  O'Connor, Jr  .......................................  177
Construction Liens: A National Review and Template for a
Uniform Lien Act
B lake  N elson  .................................................  245
Mediation of Construction Cases Using Blind Negotiations:
Can Providing Less Information Generate Better Results?
M ark J  H eley, Esq ............ ...............................  273
LEGAL EDUCATION
A Legal Education Renaissance: A Practical Approach for
the Twenty-First Century
John 0. Sonsteng with Donna Ward, Colleen Bruce and
M ichael Petersen  ..............................................  303

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