Newspaper, The Woolsack (1963-1987)
 

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Table of Contents:

Criminal law reporter: brainchild of USD grad by Robert J. Gerard, Jr.

14 USD Professors Assail Meese

An Apology From the Editor-in-Chief

Moot Court: A Practical Experience

In the USO Law News: Briefly

State of the School Address by Doug Fricdnash

Trivia Dicta...This Month: Current events by Rich Sintek, Todd Stevens

A Messe dream? by Roger C. Haerr

How To Make Contacts... Lawyers Club

"Economic Rights and the Constitution": A lecture by the Hon. Judge Robert Bork, member District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals

Placement notes...

Developments on the Alumni Job Newsletter and Placement for LL.M. Students

Environmental Law Society's Forum...

Upsetting the Balance of Power in California by Lenor Avila

Editorial: A "Top Gun" Approach to on Campus Interviews

Is the legal skill worth what it takes to employ it?

Around and about

Profiling San Diego Practitioner: This Month's Topic: Condominium Law. Profile: John Adamske by Karl Terp

Letters to the editor:

Book Reviews: "I Always Talk More Easily When I Lie" by C.W. Clew

Halloween Bask: Ghosts, goblins and good times by Kevin Neves

Sports

Women in the legal field: historical perspective by Margaret H. Arter

Focus on Comparative Law Society: Same Purposes - Different Methods by Paco Sanchez

Culture shock a la Deutsch by Jella Benner

The united nations after 40 years by Steve Balazs

Little known torts

Publication Date

11-14-1985

Volume

26

Issue

4

Keywords

University of San Diego School of Law Student Bar Association

Disciplines

Law

Woolsack 1985 volume 26 number 4

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