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Fall 1986, Vol. 16, No. 3

Front Matter

CONTENTS

Foreword     vii
Frederick M. Hart

An Absolutely, Positively True Story: Seven Reasons Why We Sing    433
Karl Johnson and Ann Scales

Appendix A: Description of the Course   454
Karl Johnson and Ann Scales

Appendix B: Syllabus  456
Karl Johnson and Ann Scales

Appendix C: Description of Method   476
Karl Johnson and Ann Scales

Phenomenology, Tina Turner and the Law   479
Gary Minda

Reverie   495
Heather Wishik

Note on the Scales/Johnson Syllabus   501
Miriam Haskell Berlin

Change in Law Schools   505
Jay M. Feinman

An Essay on Local Critique   513
John Moon

I Sing Because I'm Happy: Some Random Thoughts on "An Absolutely, Positively True Story: Seven Reasons Why We Sing"   535
Otis H. King

Zen, Law and Language: Of Power and Paradigms   543
Williamson B. C. Chang

A Student Polemic   573
K. C. Worden

Hurst Story   585
Willard Hurst

Goings-on at the University of New Mexico School of Law   587
Charles D. Kelso

Style and Substance in Lawyers   589
D. Christopher Wells

Vigilante Law    595
Jamake Hightower

Stories People Tell   599
Lorraine Code

Some Brief Reflections on Johnson and Scales, "An Absolutely, Positively True Story: Seven Reasons Why We Sing"   607
David J. McCarthy, Jr.

Liberal Jurisprudence and Abstracted Visions of Human Nature: A Feminist Critique of Rawls' Theory of Justice   613
Mari J. Matsuda

INDEX: VOLUME 16    631