The Urban Lawyer,
Vol. 33, No. 4, Summer 2001
Publication Date:December 26, 2001
Robert H. Freilich, Alexander R. Fisher & Jeremiah Kidwell,
The Freilich Report: A Divided Court Speaks for a Divided Nation, 33 URB. LAW. 821 (Fall 2001).
David L. Callies & Calvert G. Chipchase,
Palazzolo v. Rhode Island: Ripeness and "Notice" Rule Clarified and Statutory "Background Principles" Narrowed, 33 URB. LAW. 907 (Fall 2001).
Bruce M. Kramer Current Decisions on State and Federal Law in Planning and Zoning, Part II, 33 URB. LAW. 923 (Fall 2001).
Leila B. Helms,
Recent Developments in Public Education Law: Postsecondary Education 2000-2001, 33 URB. LAW. 1025 (Fall 2001).
Robert F. Brown,
Recent Developments in Government Operations, Liability, Transportation and Public Employment, 33 URB. LAW. 1043 (Fall 2001).
Joseph Z. Fleming,
Emerging Issues: After 9/11/2001, Is a "City on a Hill" on a Slippery Slope When It Legislates Inconsistently with Important Nation-State Interests? An Analysis of Missouri Hotel Motel Ass'n v. City of St. Louis, Mo., 33 URB. LAW. 1059 (Fall 2001).
David C. Caylor,
Recent Developments in Ethics, 33 URB. LAW. 1081 (Fall 2001).
Stephanie P. Brown, Richard G. Opper, Ronda L. Sandquist, Leo P. Dombrowski, Richard J. Brickwedde & Carol L. Dorge,
Recent Developments in Environmental Law, 33 URB. LAW. 1089 (Fall 2001).
With a Book Review on
Sexual Harassment in the Public Workplace
And Cases, Statutes, and Recent Developments on
Volume 33 Index