The Review of Litigation

The Review of Litigation is a magazine focusing on Law

Articles from Vol. 20, No. 1, Winter

Distant Past or Future Trouble? Redefining Customary Trade Allowance in Maritime Oil Shortage Claims
Legal scholarship should promote rather than impede those market changes that will lead to improved technology and the modernization necessary to sustain a vibrant and healthy economy. 1. Introduction Ship owners and carriers beware. Petroleum prices...
Mapping the Information Superhighway: Electronic Mail and the Inadvertent Disclosure of Confidential Information
1. Introduction A. The Era ofE-Mail Electronic mail, popularly known as e-mail, is as common a fixture as the telephone in law offices across the nation.' The e-mail proliferation in the legal profession is no wonder; e-mail "provides fast, efficient,...
Reviewing the Review: Twenty Years Dedicated to the Practicing Litigator: Part I: The Beginning of a Tradition
Part I: The Beginning of a Tradition This Essay is the first installment of a three-part series celebrating twenty years of publication for The Review of Litigation. Installments will also be featured in the Spring and Summer 2001 issues of The Review....
Simplifying Establishment Clause Jurisprudence in Student-Selected Prayer Cases through the Use of Public Forum Principles
I. Introduction In Texas, some say football is religion.' If so, it has company. The United States is the most religiously diverse country in the world, with more than 1,500 different religious sects.' This religious diversity makes individuals of different...
The Limits of Privilege: The Developing Scope of Federal Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege Law
I. Introduction As a practicing psychoanalyst as well as a law professor, I have more than an academic interest in the fate of the recently recognized psychotherapist-patient privilege in federal court.' While a similar privilege already exists in all...
The Texas Attorney General: Attorney or General?
I. Introduction As the client, T was outraged. She wanted to appeal the court's decision, but her attorney refused to appeal.' Her attorney said publicly that he did not want to appeal the controversial court decision because it was consistent with his...