Faculty Publications

This series collects the current and past scholarship of FIU College of Law faculty.

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Submissions from 1990

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Toward A Unified Theory of the Jurisdiction of the United States Courts of Appeals, Thomas E. Baker

Submissions from 1989

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A Law Student’s Responsibility for a Liberal Education, Thomas E. Baker

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“The Right of the People to be Secure. . .”: Toward a Metatheory of the Fourth Amendment, Thomas E. Baker

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Killing Daddy: Developing a Self-Defense Strategy for the Abused Child, Joelle A. Moreno

Submissions from 1987

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The Need for a New National Court, Douglas D. McFarland and Thomas E. Baker

Submissions from 1986

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Thinking About Federal Jurisdiction — Of Serpents and Swallows, Thomas E. Baker

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Avoidability of Intercorporate Guarantees Under Sections 548(a)(2) and 544(b) of the Bankruptcy Code, Scott F. Norberg

Submissions from 1985

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A Compendium of Proposals to Reform the United States Courts of Appeals, Thomas E. Baker

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Federal Jurisdiction, Thomas E. Baker

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The Ambiguous Independent and Adequate State Ground in Criminal Cases: Federalism Along a Mobius Strip, Thomas E. Baker

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Eighth Amendment Challenges to the Length of a Criminal Sentence: Following the Supreme Court “From Precedent to Precedent”, Thomas E. Baker and Fletcher N. Baldwin Jr

Submissions from 1983

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A Primer on Precedent in the Eleventh Circuit, Thomas E. Baker

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Constitutional Criminal Procedure, Thomas E. Baker

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Dam Federal Jurisdiction!, Thomas E. Baker

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“Taking” a Constitutional Look at the State Bar of Texas Proposal to Collect Interest on Attorney-Client Trust Accounts, Thomas E. Baker and Robert E. Wood Jr.

Submissions from 1982

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A Postscript on Precedent in the Divided Fifth Circuit, Thomas E. Baker

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Constitutional Criminal Procedure, Thomas E. Baker

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Probation for Class C Misdemeanors: To Fine or Not to Fine is Now the Question, Thomas E. Baker

Submissions from 1981

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Constitutional Law, Thomas E. Baker

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Precedent Times Three: Stare Decisis in the Divided Fifth Circuit, Thomas E. Baker