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Vol. 9, No. 1: Winter 1986

SYMPOSIUM

  • John N. Hazard, Malvina Halbertstam, Michael Matheson & Louis Henkin, Challenges to International Law, 9 GMU L. Rev. 1 (1986).

COMMENTS

  • Charles J. Williams III, The New Separation of Powers Jurisprudence and the Comptroller General: Does He “Execute the Law” Under the Federal Employees’ Retirement Act?, 9 GMU L. Rev. 35 (1986).
  • Katherine P. Yarbrough, Child Abuse and Divorce: An Initial Exploration of Virginia Law, 9 GMU L. Rev. 55 (1986).
  • Mary Ellen Mallonee, Should Virginia Adopt the Source of Funds Doctrine? If So, How Should It Be Applied?, 9 GMU L. Rev. 77 (1986).
  • Sharmeen C. Bamarni, Residential Associations and the Concept of Consensual Governance, 9 GMU L. Rev. 91 (1986).
  • John E. Holloway, Multiple Murder, Multiple Punishment, and Double Jeopardy in Virginia, 9 GMU L. Rev. 107 (1986).
  • Martha B. Moo, Secured Transactions on Indian Reservations: The Need for Article 9, 9 GMU L. Rev. 123 (1986).
  • Robert Mordhorst, International Trade Administration vs. International Trade Commission: The Scope of Antidumping/Countervailing Duty Investigations Issue, 9 GMU L. Rev. 147 (1986).
  • Clausen J. Krzywicki, The Racers’ Assumption of Risk—What Is It?, 9 GMU L. Rev. 159 (1986).

CASENOTES

  • Susan Vlahos, Casenote: Bowers v. Hardwick, 9 GMU L. Rev. 185 (1986).
  • Perry S. Garson, Parental Tort Immunity and Foster Parents: Mayberry v. Pryor, 9 GMU L. Rev. 197 (1986).