Vol. 93 Nbr. 1, January 2019
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- A Hard Look at Our Criminal Justice System.
- 'Twas the Week Before Christmas.
- Judges and Race.
- Oath of Admission to The Florida Bar.
- The 2018 Florida Bar Criminal Justice Summit: A First Step in Improving Florida's Criminal Justice System.
- Reframing the Question: Why Florida Courts Should Enforce Nonreliance Clauses.
- Florida's Unwieldy But Effective Construction Lien Law.
- Flying Baseballs, Injured Fans, Uncertain Liability: Why Legislative Action Is Needed in the Sunshine State.
- Moving from New York to Florida: Perfecting Domicile.
- Is My Judgment in Your Best Interest? How Decisions Are Made in Guardianships and a Suggested Reform.
- Misled Interested Citizens and Florida's Public Meeting Laws.
- Navigating the Differences in Circuit Court Appellate Jurisdiction for Nonfinal Orders.
- International E-Discovery: How The 11th Circuit's Interpretation of 'Possession, Custody, or Control' May Impact Multinational Corporations.
- Twelve Ways of Proving the Negative and Overcoming the Carpenter Presumption of Undue Influence.
- Eleventh Circuit's Ruling Strengthens Creditors' New Value Defense to Preference.
- Death Is Different: A Lawyer's Story.
- The Judiciary's Class War.
- Judicial Fortitude: The Last Chance to Rein in the Administrative State.
- The Future of Law.
- John Marshall: The Man Who Made the Supreme Court.