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Vol. 8, No. 2: Spring 1986

ARTICLE

  • Boris Kozolchyk, Is Present Letter of Credit Law Up to Its Task?, 8 GMU L. Rev. 285 (1986).

COMMENTS

  • Judith S. Seltz, The Equal Access Act: Is It a Solution or Part of the Problem?, 8 GMU L. Rev. 353 (1986).
  • Michael N. Salveson, Sexism and the Common Law: Spousal Rape in Virginia, 8 GMU L. Rev. 369 (1986).

CASENOTES

  • Judith S. Landrey, Homosexuality and the Custodial Parent in Virginia—The Effects of Roe v. Roe, 8 GMU L. Rev. 389 (1986).
  • Karen L. Fletcher, Vinson v. Taylor: Employer Ignorance of Supervisor’s Sexual Harassment Not a Bar to Title VII Claims, 8 GMU L. Rev. 405 (1986).
  • Susan Ruth Liss, FCC v. League of Women Voters of California: Overkill in Response to Overbreadth, 8 GMU L. Rev. 419 (1986).
  • Kimberly A. Houston, In Light of Harlow? National Black Police Association v. Velde: The Doctrine of Qualified Immunity in Modern Bivens Litigation, 8 GMU L. Rev. 435 (1986).

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE SECTION

  • Scott C. Whitney, Demise of the Council on Environmental Quality’s “Worst Case” Analysis Regulation, 8 GMU L. Rev. 447 (1986).
  • Donna J. Kraus, Judicial Review of Agency Failure to Enforce: “No Look” Under Heckler v. Chaney?, 8 GMU L. Rev. 481 (1986).