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    • Last ascent of Mt. St. Helens 

      Steve Sieberson, The Last Ascent of Mt. St. Helens, Adventure World Magazine, Gear Review 2013, at 27.
      Stephen Sieberson details his last climb of Mt. Saint Helens before it's eruption in 1980. His climbing party may have been the last climbers to stand on the summit before the eruption.
    • Law after Auschwitz: Towards a jurisprudence of the holocaust 

      Michael J. Kelly, Law After Auschwitz: Towards a Jurisprudence of the Holocaust, 21 Holocaust & Genocide Stud. 124 (2007) (book review).
    • Law of hearsay in Nebraska 

      Richard Collin Mangrum, The Law of Hearsay in Nebraska, 25 Creighton L. Rev. 499 (1992), reprinted in Evidence for the Nebraska Practitioner (Creighton Univ. Sch. of Law ed., 1994).
    • Law of the Game of Thrones 

      David P. Weber, Law of the Game of Thrones, Creighton Law., Fall 2018, at 14.
    • Law of war documentary supplement 

      Law of War Documentary Supplement (Sean M. Watts ed., 2006).
    • Law practice in the 21st century—Where are we heading? 

      Stephen C. Sieberson, Alex Fayad & Carola Cintron-Arroyo, Law Practice in the 21st Century—Where Are We Heading?, Omaha Bar Ass’n Newsl., Sept. 2016, at 9.
    • Law school competitions in a nutshell 

      Larry L. Teply, Law School Competitions in a Nutshell (2003).
    • The law's response to child abuse and neglect 

      Catherine M. Brooks, The Law's Response to Child Abuse and Neglect, in Law, Mental Health, and Mental Disorder (Bruce D. Sales & Daniel W. Shuman eds., 1996).
    • Law-of-War perfidy 

      Sean Watts, Law-of-War Perfidy, 219 Mil. L. Rev. 106 (2014).
      The structural role of law-of-war perfidy is widely unappreciated and misunderstood. More than a prohibition of underhanded or dishonorable conduct, the prohibition of perfidy is an essential buttress to the law of war as ...
    • Law-of-war precautions: A cautionary note 

      Sean Watts, Law-of-War Precautions: A Cautionary Note, in The Impact of Emerging Technologies on the Law of Armed Conflict (Eric Talbot Jensen & Ronald T. P. Alcala eds., 2019).
    • Laws can shrink our sacred space 

      Edward A. Morse, Op-Ed., Laws Can Shrink Our Sacred Space, Omaha World-Herald, June 21, 2013, at 7B.
    • Lawyering for children 

      Catherine M. Brooks, Lawyering for Children, Creighton Law., Fall 1992, at 2.
    • Layperson's guide to criminal law 

      Raneta Lawson Mack, A Layperson's Guide to Criminal Law (1999).
    • Learned treatise hearsay exception 

      Richard Collin Mangrum, Learned Treatise Hearsay Exception, Prairie Barrister, 1999 no. 2, at 3.
      On February 26, 1999, the Nebraska Legislature adopted LB64 which amended the Nebraska Rules of Evidence to include the learned treatise hearsay exception. This article is an excerpt from the recently revised Mangrum on ...
    • Learning on the electronic frontier 

      Edward A. Morse, Learning on the Electronic Frontier, Creighton Law., Spring 2001, at 12.
    • Least dangerous branch 

      Patrick J. Borchers, The Least Dangerous Branch, 117 Daily Rec., May 1, 2003, at 1.
    • Legal authority to preserve organs in cases of uncontrolled cardiac death: Preserving family choice 

      Richard J. Bonnie, Stephanie Wright & Kelly K. Dineen, Legal Authority to Preserve Organs in Cases of Uncontrolled Cardiac Death: Preserving Family Choice, 36 J.L. Med. & Ethics 741 (2008).
    • Legal citation in a nutshell 

      Larry L. Teply, Legal Citation in a Nutshell (2d ed. 2016).
    • Legal ethics as three-dimensional chess: Our duties to persons other than our clients 

      Stephen Sieberson, Legal Ethics as Three-Dimensional Chess: Our Duties to Persons Other than Our Clients, Neb. Law. , Sept./Oct. 2020, at 41.
      This article will highlight where the Nebraska RPCs require or at least suggest that we look to the interests of others as we represent our clients. In this analysis, we will review the Preamble and Parts 1 through 4 of ...
    • Legal ethics update 

      Craig W. Dallon, Legal Ethics Update, in Going Paperless and Beyond: Attorney's Guide to a Mobile Law Practice 51 (Nat’l Bus. Inst. ed., 2016).