Washington and Lee Law Review

 

Volume 63

Winter 2006

Number 1

 

TRIBUTE

 

                                                        

 A Tribute to Lewis H. LaRue 

3

 

 


ESSAY
 

                          The Bulls and Bears of Law Teaching 

25

 

 

Sara K. Stadler

     

 

ARTICLES

 

The Irrepressible Myth of Celotex:  Reconsidering

 81

 

 

Summary Judgment Burdens Twenty Years

 

 

 

After the Trilogy

     

Adam N. Steinman

     
       
Swilling Hemlock:  The Legal Ethics of Defending 147    
a Client Who Wishes to Volunteer for Execution      
J.C. Oleson      
       
An Empirical Analysis of CEO Employment Contracts: 231    
What Do Top Executives Bargain For?      
Stewart J. Schwab & Randall S. Thomas      
       
The Limits of the Olympian Court:  Common Law 271    
Judging versus Error Correction in      
the Supreme Court      
Carolyn Shapiro      
       
From the eXile Files:  An Essay on Trading 339    
Justice for Peace      
Michael P. Scharf      


THE WASHINGTON AND LEE LAW ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
STUDENT NOTES COLLOQUIUM
 

Tipping the Scales:  Seeking Death Through

379

 

                   

Comparative Value Arguments

 

 

 

Erin McCampbell

 

 

 

   

 

 

A Comment on Erin McCampbell's Tipping the Scales:

421

   
       

Timothy J. Heaphy

 

 

 

       
Kmart and Beyond:  A "Critical" Look at Critical 431    

Vendor Orders and the Doctrine of Necessity

 

 

                   

Travis N. Turner      
       
Critical Vendors:  Line Breakers Par Excellence 483    
Samuel W. Calhoun      
       

 

 

 

 

 

 

2006 by Washington and Lee University School of Law

ISSN: 0043-0463