Vol. 8 Nbr. 1, January 2004
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- The year-and-a-day rule: a common law vestige that has outlived its purpose.
- Challenges and opportunities in the law.
- Promoting or frustrating the statute of frauds? Implications from Holman v. Childersburg Bancorporation, Inc.
- Reformulating medical malpractice: Ex parte Healthsouth Corp. and its ramifications for medical malpractice law in Alabama.
- Forced competence: a defendant's right to reject involuntarily administered antipsychotic drug treatment.