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Welcome to the George Mason Law Review

Vol. 8, No. 1: Fall 1985

ARTICLE

  • Joseph E. Ulrich, How Bankruptcy Exemptions Work: Virginia as an Illustration of Why the “Opt Out” Clause Was a Bad Idea, 8 GMU L. Rev. 1 (1985).

COMMENTS

  • William B. Fisher, Continuing Care Retirement Communities: A Promise Falling Short, 8 GMU L. Rev. 47 (1985).
  • Nancy S. Kettelle, Equitable Remedies in Private Civil RICO Actions, 8 GMU L. Rev. 83 (1985).
  • Bertram A. Maas, “911” Emergency Assistance Call Systems: Should Local Governments Be Liable for Negligent Failure to Respond?, 8 GMU L. Rev. 103 (1985).
  • John Leon Martin, The Whistle Blower Revisited, 8 GMU L. Rev. 123 (1985).
  • Linda A. Neal, Sex and the Single Mortality Table, 8 GMU L. Rev. 149 (1985).
  • Alaine K. Belongia, Rights, Liabilities and Duties of Pedestrians and Motorists in Virginia, 8 GMU L. Rev. 177 (1985).

CASENOTES

  • Michael W. Robinson, Secretary of Interior v. California: Its Direct Effects on the Coastal Zone Management Act, 8 GMU L. Rev. 197 (1985).
  • Chase A. Caro, Pulaski Highway Express, Inc. v. Central States Funds: The Conflict Between the Bankruptcy Code’s Preferential Transfer Provision and ERISA’s Prohibition of the Return of Contributions to Employers, 8 GMU L. Rev. 221 (1985).
  • Regina N. Hamilton, Nicaragua v. Unites States of America: Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice, 8 GMU L. Rev. 253 (1985).