Kim Dayton

William Mitchell College of Law

Professor of Law

875 Summit Ave

St. Paul, MN 55105-3076

http://www.wmitchell.edu/academics/faculty/dayton.html

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

6

DOWNLOADS

312

CITATIONS

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Scholarly Papers (6)

1.

The Myth of Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Federal Courts

Iowa Law Review, Vol. 76, p. 889, 1991
Number of pages: 70 Posted: 17 Apr 2006
Kim Dayton
William Mitchell College of Law
Downloads 209 (102,416)

Abstract:

2.

'Trespassers, Beware': Lyda Burton Conley and the Battle for the Huron Place Cemetery

Yale Journal of Law & Feminism, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp.1-30. 1996
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 27 Oct 2010 Last Revised: 30 Oct 2010
Kim Dayton
William Mitchell College of Law
Downloads 35 (358,202)

Abstract:

Native American burial ground, Lyda Burton Conley, Huron Indian Cemetery, Wyandot

3.

Judicial Vacancies and Delay in the Federal Courts: An Empirical Evaluation, in Symposium, the Civil Justice Reform Act

St. John's Law Review, Vol. 67, 1993, William Mitchell Legal Studies Research Paper
Number of pages: 43 Posted: 30 Nov 2010
Kim Dayton
William Mitchell College of Law
Downloads 21 (413,719)

Abstract:

Caseloads, federal courts, litigation

4.

'Thinking Locally': Law, Aging, and Municipal Government: Findings from a National Survey

Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review, Vol. 21, No. 2, 2012
Posted: 17 Oct 2012
Israel Issi Doron and Kim Dayton
University of Haifa - Department of Gerontology and William Mitchell College of Law

Abstract:

Municipal law, Elder rights, Local government, Human Rights

5.

Municipal Elder Law: A Minnesota Perspective

The Elder Law Journal, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 33-70, 2012
Posted: 11 Sep 2012
Israel Issi Doron and Kim Dayton
University of Haifa - Department of Gerontology and William Mitchell College of Law

Abstract:

municipal elder law, elder law, rights of older persons

6.

Global Perspectives on Financing Long-Term Care

Posted: 25 Oct 2006
Kim Dayton
William Mitchell College of Law

Abstract:

long-term care, population aging, older people, financing, healthcare, disability, care-giving, demographics