> Law Reviews and Journals
> LA Law Review
> Vol. 61 (2000-2001)
> No. 1 (2000)
Missed Opportunities: Louisiana's Version of the Rules of Professional ConductN. Gregory Smith
Class Action Settlements in LouisianaKent A. Lambert
Chief Judge Melvin Shortess: A Pencil Sketch from LifePaul R. Baier
Of Envelopes and Legends: Reflections on Tort LawFrank L. Maraist
Changing Structures in the Practice of LawGeoffrey C. Hazard Jr.
Equality and Affiliation as Bases of Ethical ResponsibilityGeoffrey C. Hazard Jr.
The Biased Expert Witness in Louisiana Tort Law: Existing Mechanisms of Control and Proposals for ChangeW. Raley Alford III
A "Primer"Renee Zeringue
The Better Part of Wisdom is Deference: Judicial Review of an Office of Conservation Order in Yuma Petroleum Co. v. ThompsonJames H. Dupuis Jr.
City of Monterey v. Del Monte Dunes at Monterey: Drawing the Battle Lines ClearlyMark Mahaffey
A Common Law Intrusion in to the Civil Law: Carriere v. Bank of LouisianaMarianne Rabalais