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Below you will find Western New England University School of Law's publications by faculty, student, alumni, and other legal scholars. Please go to the Digital Commons to view copies of articles and student written notes published in all our volumes.

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2016

ISSUE 1:

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ARTICLES

REFLECTIONS OF A CHILD OF THE SIXTIES—I HAVE LIVED TO SEE THE POST-CONSTITUTIONAL ERA THROUGH GUANTÁNAMO BAY LITIGATION
Stewart “Buz” Eisenberg

NOTES

SECURITIES/ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—INTERNAL REPORTERS WHO BLOW THE WHISTLE: ARE THEY PROTECTED UNDER THE DODD-FRANK ACT’S ANTI-RETALIATION PROVISION?
Kristin Goodchild

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—FREE SPEECH AND GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD LABELING: A PROPOSED FRAMEWORK FOR DETERMINING THE CONTROVERSIAL CHARACTER OF COMPELLED COMMERCIAL SPEECH
Richard W. Keidel

COMPELLED SPEECH—CONNECTICUT AND MASSACHUSETTS: INADVERTENTLY INVITING SUPPRESSION OF DISSENT POLITICAL EXPRESSION
Joseph T. Poulsen

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE REAL ID ACT: VIOLATING MASSACHUSETTS RESIDENTS’ RIGHT TO TRAVEL AND THE TENTH AMENDMENT
Jacqueline A. Miller

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ARTICLES

ETHICS—LAW AND SOCIAL WORK: RECONCILING CONFLICTING ETHICAL OBLIGATIONS BETWEEN TWO SEEMINGLY OPPOSING DISCIPLINES TO CREATE A COLLABORATIVE LAW PRACTICE
Premela Deck

CRIMINAL LAW—AN EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT OF MASSACHUSETTS SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT DECISION-MAKING ON CRIMINAL LAW FROM 1995 TO 2014
Thomas Gray

NOTES

LIFE INSURANCE—INSURABLE INTEREST AND THE FREEDOM OF CONTRACT: WHY MEDICAID SETTLEMENT LEGISLATION CRACKS THE FOUNDATION OF THE LIFE INSURANCE INDUSTRY
Heather Harris

CIVIL RIGHTS—FROM NEGATIVE RESTRICTION TO AFFIRMATIVE OBLIGATION: A CALL FOR MASSACHUSETTS TO RECOGNIZE A RIGHT TO REHABILITATION BEGINNING WITH JUVENILE OFFENDERS
Jennifer L. Weekley

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SYMPOSIUM: ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTABILITY IN AN AGE OF CONSEQUENCES

ARTICLES

SYMPOSIUM: ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTABILITY IN AN AGE OF CONSEQUENCES: FORWORD, 38 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. 307 (2016)
Julie E. Steiner

CRIMINAL LAW—THE INCREASING APPLICATION OF CRIMINAL LAW IN DISASTERS AND TRAGEDIES: A GLOBAL PHENOMENON
Denis Binder

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW—THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION PROGRAM: HOW MILITARY ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISTS CONSERVED THIRTY MILLION ACRES FOR MILITARY USE AND THE PROTECTION OF ENDANGERED SPECIES
Susan Perkins Stark

GUARDIANS OF MUNICIPAL PUBLIC TREES: COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS TREE WARDENS’ AUTHORITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Julie E. Steiner

PUBLIC HEALTH LAW—REMEDYING AND REGULATING THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF SUBTHERAPEUTIC DOSING OF LIVESTOCK WITH ANTIBIOTICS: CAN THE EPA’S IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CLEAN WATER ACT REIGN IN THE PROBLEM?
Chris Erchull and Laura Fisher

NOTE

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW—CERCLA ENFORCEMENT: TERMINOLOGY AND MEANING OF “TREATMENT” ARRANGER LIABILITY
Daniel J. DePasquale

Past Publications

  • Past Volumes

    All past volumes published by the Western New England Law Review are listed below.

2015

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ARTICLES

AN ALTERNATIVE FOOD POLICY
Chris Erchull  1

NOTES

HEALTH LAW—BAND-AID JURISPRUDENCE: WHY THE RECOGNITION OF NEGLIGENT CREDENTIALING THREATENS PATIENT CARE IN MASSACHUSETTS
Kyle Deskus  37

PROPERTY RIGHTS—WHEN REFORM IS NOT ENOUGH: A LOOK INSIDE THE PROBLEMS CREATED BY THE CIVIL ASSET FORFEITURE REFORM ACT OF 2000
Jennifer Levesque  59

PROPERTY—FORECLOSURE; IS IT BY ENTRY OR FOR EASE OF ENTRY? ISSUES OF FAIRNESS REGARDING THE MASSACHUSETTS FORECLOSURE BY ENTRY PROVISION
Brittani Morgan  91

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SYMPOSIUM—FIRM FOUNDATIONS: MANAGING THE SMALL FIRM AND INDIVIDUAL PRACTITIONER

FOREWORD—ESTABLISHING A FIRM FOUNDATION FOR THE SMALL LAW PRACTICE
Eric J. Gouvin  129

BIG DATA, BIG PROBLEM: ARE SMALL LAW FIRMS GIVEN A SPORTING CHANCE TO ACCESS BIG DATA?
Jared D. Correia and Heidi Alexander  141

IMPORTANT INTANGIBLES: CONFIDENCE MANAGEMENT AND EXPECTATIONS
Laura Bradrick  155

PLANNING FOR YOUR FINANCIAL SUCCESS: PRACTICE POINTERS
Andrea M. O'Connor  163

MASSACHUSETTS ATTORNEYS IN THE CLOUD— HOW MASSACHUSETTS REGULATIONS AND A CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM CAN PROVIDE MORE THAN A WISP OF GUIDANCE THROUGH THE FOG OF ETHICAL CLOUD COMPUTING
Daniel McKellick  175

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SPEECH

CONSERVATION CONVEYANCING: WHEN YOUR CLIENT IS POSTERITY
Richard Evans  201

ARTICLES

MIRANDA ABUSE AND FUNDAMENTAL FAIRNESS UNDER THE MASSACHUSETTS CONSTITUTION: ARTICLE XII IN NONCUSTODIAL INTERROGATIONS AND EVIDENCE OF PRIOR BAD ACTS, TWO CASE STUDIES
Marissa Elkins  211

WHEN THE STORY IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE: A LAWYER'S ROLE IN RESISTING THE LURE OF NARRATIVE
Jeanne Kaiser and Scott Brown  233

BECAUSE FOREVER IS TOO LONG
Ausher M.B. Kosfky  265

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW/EVIDENCE—UNITED STATES V. CHARLES: A POST-CRAWFORD ANALYSIS OF AN INTERPRETER AS A DECLARANT: DID THE ELEVENTH CIRCUIT TAKE ITS DECISION A BRIDGE TOO FAR?
Daniel Benoit  301

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—ALL (FOOD) POLITICS IS LOCAL: COOPERATIVE FEDERALISM, NEW ENGLAND SMALL FARMS, AND THE FOOD SAFETY MODERNIZATION ACT
Laura Fisher  337

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS—THE HIGH RISK OF GOING GREEN: PROBLEMS FACING TRANSACTIONAL ATTORNEYS AND THE GROWTH OF THE STATE-LEVEL LEGAL MARIJUANA INDUSTRIES
Ian Wagemaker  371

2014

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

DISPELLING ALIMONY MYTHS: THE CONTINUING NEED FOR ALIMONY AND THE ALIMONY REFORM ACT OF 2011|
Rachel Biscardi 1

NOTES

CRIMINAL  PROCEDURE -- SKIRTING THE WARRANT CLAUSE: STATE V. HARRIS AND THE SPECIAL NEEDS EXCEPTION
Kelly Heuser 39

ENERGY LAW -- NOT BALANCING WELL INTERESTS WELL: HOW THE SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA MISMANAGED OIL AND GAS LEASE POLICY IN T.W. PHILLIPS GAS & OIL CO. V. JEDLICKA
Joseph R. Plukas 68

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SYMPOSIUM: BUILDING THE ARC OF JUSTICE: THE LIFE AND LEGAL THOUGHT OF DERRICK BELL

FOREWORD
Matthew H. Charity 101

CRITICAL RACE ACTION: QUEER LESSONS AND SEVEN LEGACIES FROM THE ONE AND ONLY PROFESSOR BELL
Francisco Valdes 109

LATIN@S, DISRUPTING RACIAL NORMATIVITY IN DERRICK BELL'S THE SPACE TRADERS
Geiza Vargas-Vargas 131

WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT? INTEREST-CONVERGENCE AS A LENS TO VIEW STATE RATIFICATION OF POST EMANCIPATION SLAVE MARRIAGES
Danné L. Johnson 143

TARGETED KILLINGS AND THE INTEREST CONVERGENCE DILEMMA
Sudha Setty 169

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BOOK REVIEW

AMERICAN JERICHO: A BOOK REVIEW OF THE HANGING JUDGE BY MICHAEL A. PONSOR
Giovanna Shay 195

ESSAY

EXPLODING WEALTH INEQUALITIES: DOES TAX POLICY PROMOTE SOCIAL JUSTICE OR SOCIAL INJUSTICE?
Phyllis C. Taite 201

ARTICLES

BANK-CREATED MONEY, MONETARY SOVEREIGNTY, AND THE FEDERAL DEFICIT: TOWARD A NEW PARADIGM IN THE GOVERNMENT-SPENDING DEBATE
Ashton S. Phillips 221

SPLITTING THE BABY: AVOIDING FORECLOSURE WHEN HOMEOWNERS HAVE UNCERTAIN OR CONFLICTING INTERESTS
Daniel Bahls 261

"WAS THE FIRST JUSTICE HARLAN ANTI-CHINESE?"
James W. Gordon 287

NOTES

THE DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE -- A CONSTITUTIONAL BARRIER TO SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND THE LOCAL FOOD MOVEMENT
Chris Erchull
371

FAMILY LAW -- THE REHABILITATION ILLUSION: HOW ALIMONY REFORM IN MASSACHUSETTS FAILS TO COMPENSATE FOR CAREGIVING
Julie-Anne Geraghty Stebbins 407

SPENDING CLAUSE -- GRAVE DECEPTIONS: REMEDYING CEMETERY MISFEASANCE THROUGH CONGRESS'S CONDITIONAL SPENDING POWER IN THE AFTERMATH OF AFFORDABLE CARE ACT LITIGATION
Kady S. Huff  437

2013

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION STANDARDS IN MASSACHUSETTS STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS
Arthur D. Wolf 1

TAXING COLONEL SANDERS: RE-EXAMINING CONSTITUTIONAL NEXUS THROUGH THE LENS OF KFC v. IOWA
James F. Murtha
55

WHY MASSACHUSETTS SHOULD NOT RELEGATE PARENTS TO “LEGAL STRANGERS1: A SURVEY OF THE MYRIAD INTERPRETATIONS OF THE ICPC
Matthew E. Christoph 77

MORE HOMESTEAD PROTECTION AND PREDICTABILITY FOR MASSACHUSETTS HOMEOWNERS?: EXAMINING THE EXPANDED COVERAGE UNDER AN ACT RELATIVE TO THE ESTATE OF HOMESTEAD
Justin H. Dion, Kathleen E. Dion, and Jessica Morris 99


NOTES

FAMILY LAW -- CHILDHOOD MORBID OBESITY: HOW EXCESS POUNDS CAN TIP THE SCALES OF JUSTICE IN FAVOR OF REMOVING A CHILD FROM THE HOME AND/OR TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
Kristen E. Brierley 129

ADMINISTRATIVE DUE PROCESS -- WOUNDED WARRIORS AND DUE PROCESS: THE CUSHMAN v. SHINSEKI ANALOGY
Dennis M. Carnelli 161

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW -- FROM GOBLINS TO GRAVEYARDS: THE PROBLEM OF PATERNALISM IN COMPELLED PERCEPTION
Peter Ferony 205

CRIMINAL LAW -- AN EMBEZZLEMENT INTERMEZZO: SCHEMING TO SIDE-STEP TOUSSIE v. UNITED STATES'S CONTINUING OFFENSE TEST
Andrew P. O'Shea 249

DISABILITY AND THE LAW -- PERSON v. PAPER: WHY CONNECTICUT'S IQ CUTOFF SCORE IS A BARRICADE TO SELF BETTERMENT
Kathleen D. Tetreault 279

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SYMPOSIUM: THE FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF TITLE IX

INTRODUCTION
Erin E. Buzuvis 319

BULLYING, LITIGATION, AND POPULATIONS: THE LIMITED EFFECT OF TITLE IX
John G. Culhane 323

UNCOMMON COURAGE—RODERICK JACKSON AS SINE QUA NON FOR THE RIGHT TO SUE FOR RETALIATION UNDER TITLE IX
Curt L. Hamakawa 353

WARRIORS, MACHISMO, AND JOCKSTRAPS: SEXUALLY EXPLOITATIVE ATHLETIC HAZING AND TITLE IX IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOL LOCKER ROOM
Susan P. Stuart 377

YOU'D BE OKAY IF YOU WEREN'T SO GAY: ENDING THE SPECIAL TREATMENT OF LGBT STUDENTS UNDER TITLE IX
Daniel B. Weddle 425

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF TITLE IX OF THE EDUCATION AMENDMENTS OF 1972
Christine I. Hepler 441

2012

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ARTICLES

UNDOING TIME: A PROPOSAL FOR COMPENSATION FOR WRONGFUL IMPRISONMENT OF INNOCENT INDIVIDUALS
Muhammad U. Faridi, Hillel Hoffman, & Paul Montuori 1

ALL GOOD THINGS MIGHT COME TO AN END: POSTNUPTIAL AGREEMENTS IN CONNECTICUT
Bernardo G. Cuadra 57

RISK OF JURY CONFUSION AS THE GROUND FOR DISCRETIONARY DISMISSALS OF SUPPLEMENTAL CLAIMS
John D. Egnal 85

WHAT’S PUZZLING YOU . . . IS THE NATURE OF VARIABLE ANNUITY PROSPECTUSES
Richard J. Wirth 127

NOTES

RIGHT TO COUNSEL/CRIMINAL LAW -- WISHING FOR RIGHTS: INTERPRETING THE ARTICLE 12 RIGHT TO COUNSEL IN MASSACHUSETTS IN THE AFTERMATH OF MONTEJO v. LOUISIANA
Raquel E. Babeu 163

EMPLOYMENT LAW -- WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE: SALESPEOPLE AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE EXEMPTION TO THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
Kathryn S. Crouss 205

ESTATE PLANNING -- A RACE TO THE POORHOUSE: SHOULD GUARDIANS HAVE A DUTY TO IMPOVERISH THEIR WARDS FOR ASSET PROTECTION PURPOSES THEREBY PRESERVING ASSETS FOR HEIRS?
Angelina M. Pargoff  251 

CRIMINAL LAW -- INVISIBLE IN THE COURTROOM TOO: MODIFYING THE LAW OF SELECTIVE ENFORCEMENT TO ACCOUNT FOR WHITE PRIVILEGE
Mara Shulman Ryan 301

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SYMPOSIUM: RADICAL NEMESIS: RE-ENVISIONING IVAN ILLICH’S THEORIES ON SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS 

FOREWORD
Jennifer L. Levi 341

ILLICH (VIA CAYLEY) ON PRISONS
Giovanna Shay 351

ILLICH, EDUCATION, AND THE WIRE
Erin E. Buzuvis 363

"FOR TOMORROW WILL WORRY ABOUT ITSELF": IVAN ILLICH'S DESCHOOLING SOCIETY AND THE REDISCOVERY OF HOPE
Jared Gibbs 381

EXCHANGE AS A CONERSTONE OF FAMILIES
Martha M. Ertman 405

SHADOW WORKS AND SHADOW MARKETS: HOW PRIVATIZATION OF WELFARE SERVICES PRODUCES AN ALTERNATIVE MARKET
Bridgette Baldwin 445

FROM WISCONSIN TO EGYPT AND BACK AGAIN: A COMMENT ON BRIDGETTE BALDWIN'S ANALYSIS OF THE SHADOW WORK THESIS
Davarian L. Baldwin 475

DESCHOOLING THE NEWS MEDIA--DEMOCRATIZING CIVIC DISCOURSE
Akilah N. Folami 489

THE PLACE OF LAW IN IVAN ILLICH'S VISION OF SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION
Bruce Miller 507

NOTES

COPYRIGHT -- DON'T FORGET ABOUT THE ORPHANS: A LOOK AT A (BETTER) LEGISLATIVE SOLUTION TO THE ORPHAN WORKS PROBLEM
Laura N. Bradrick 537

PREMISES LIABILITY -- BREAKING NEWS: IT SNOWS IN MASSACHUSETTS AND SNOW IS SLIPPERY. WHY MASSACHUSETTS SHOULD ADOPT THE STORM-IN-PROGRESS RULE
Connor Fallon 579

TORT AND EVIDENCE LAW -- A SPHINX WITHOUT A SECRET: THE COLLATERAL SOURCE RULE AND MANDATORY HEALTH INSURANCE IN MASSACHUSETTS
Tsvetelina Gerova-Wilson 619

2011

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ARTICLES

THE EVOLUTION OF MASSACHUSETTS PRODUCTS LIABILITY LAW AND THE CONUNDRUM OF STRICT LIABILITY
Alex Grant 1

STATE CONSTITUTIONALISM: STATE-COURT DEFERENCE OR DISSONANCE?
Arthur Leavens 81

NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE LEGAL STATUS OF MIGRANT WORKERS: DISPATCHES FROM THE ARABIAN GULF
David Mednicoff 121

NOTES

CONTRACT LAW -- ESTOPPING BIG BROTHER: THE CONSTITUTION, TOO, HAS SQUARE CORNERS
Stephen Holstrom 163

SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS/PRIVACY -- STAY CALM, DON'T GET HYSTERICAL: A USER'S GUIDE TO ARGUING THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF ANTI-VIBRATOR STATUTES
Julie McKenna 211

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SYMPOSIUM: FIDUCIARY DUTIES IN THE CLOSELY HELD BUSINESS 35 YEARS AFTER WILKES V. SPRINGSIDE NURSING HOME

FOREWORD
René Reich-Grafe 247

WILKES V. SPRINGSIDE NURSING HOME, INC.: THE BACKSTORY
Eric J. Gouvin 269

ENDURING EQUITY IN THE CLOSE CORPORATION
Lyman Johnson 313

WILKES V. SPRINGSIDE NURSING HOME, INC.: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Marc J. Lowenstein 339

ALLOCATING THE ROLES FOR CONTRACTS AND JUDGES IN THE CLOSELY HELD FIRM
Robert B. Thompson 369

DONAHUE'S FILS AINE: REFLECTION ON WILKES AND THE LEGITIMATE RIGHTS OF SELFISH OWNERSHIP
Daniel S. Kleinberger 405

THE VACUITY OF WILKES
Benjamin Means 433

OF DONAHUE AND FIDUCIARY DUTY: MUCH ADO ABOUT  ...?
Douglas K. Moll 471

INVESTING IN WORK: WILKES AS AN EMPLOYMENT LAW CASE
Deborah A. Demott 497

CLOSE CORPORATION REMEDIES AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE CLOSELY HELD FIRM
Larry E. Ribstein 531

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW -- CROSS-GENDER PAT SEARCHES: THE BATTLE BETWEEN INMATES AND CORRECTIONS OFFICERS ENTERS THE COURTROOOM
Robyn Gallagher 567

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW -- DAMNED IN YOU DO, DAMNED IF YOU DON'T: A PUBLIC EMPLOYEE'S TRILEMMA REGARDING TRUTHFUL TESTIMONY
Adelaida Jasperse 623

BANKRUPTCY -- MIMSY WERE THE BOROGOVES: A "RIDE-THROUGH" THE LOOKING GLASS WITH THE 2005 BANKRUPTCY ABUSE PREVENTION AND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT
Allyson MacKenna 657

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ARTICLES

NO VIRTUE IN PASSIVITY: THE SUPREME COURT AND ALI AL-MARRI
Bruce Miller 697

DIGITAL THREATS ON CAMPUS: EXAMINING THE DUTY OF COLLEGES TO PROTECT THEIR SOCIAL NETWORKING STUDENTS
Jamison Barr & Emmy Lugus 757

THE EVOLVING THREAT AND ENFORCEMENT OF REPLICA GOODS
Jenny T. Slocum & Jess M. Collen 789

NOTES

IMMIGRATION AND LABOR LAW -- WE NEED YOUR HELP! BUT IT'S GONNA COST YOU: ARRIAGA, CASTELLANOS-CONTRERAS, AND WHY POINT OF HIRE FEES SHOULD BE PAID BY THE EMPLOYER
Michael Prasad 817

ANIMAL LAW -- CULTIVATING COMPASSIONATE LAW: UNLOCKING THE LABORATORY DOOR AND SHINING LIGHT ON THE INADEQUACIES & CONTRADICTIONS OF THE ANIMAL WELFARE ACT
Karina L. Schrengohst 855

2010

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ARTICLES

REFLECTIONS ON THE MOVEMENT TOWARD A MORE CHILD-CENTERED ADOPTION
Annette Ruth Appell  1

SLIPPING THROUGH THE CRACKS: WHY CAN'T WE STOP DRUGGED DRIVING?
TIna Wescott Cafaro  33

ADJUTANT AND INTERNAL AFFAIRS: MAKING THE CASE FOR ACCESS TO EVIDENCE OF A POLICE OFFICER'S PROPENSITY FOR VIOLENCE
Luke Ryan & Molly Ryan Strehorn  73

THE SURVIVAL OF UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE IN MASSACHUSETTS: ERISA PREEMPTION OF AN ACT PROVIDING ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE, QUALITY, ACCOUNTABLE HEALTH CARE
Luke T. Tashjian  141

NOTES

CIVIL RIGHTS/EMPLOYMENT LAW—STATES CARRY WEIGHT OF EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION PROTECTION: RESOLVING THE GROWING PROBLEM OF WEIGHT BIAS IN THE WORKPLACE
Teri Morris  173

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—"HAD ANYTHING BEEN WRONG, WE SHOULD CERTAINLY HAVE HEARD": THE ANONYMOUS JURY IN AMERICA
Brian Clifford  215

CRIMINAL LAW—"BUT I DIDN'T KNOW WHO HE WAS!": WHAT IS THE REQUIRED MENS REA FOR AN AIDER AND ABETTOR OF A FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM?
James O'Connor  245

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SYMPOSIUM: GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON NATIONAL SECURITY

FOREWORD: NATIONAL SECURITY'S DISTORTION EFFECTS
Stephen I. Vladeck  285

FEEDING HUMANITY, STARVING TERROR: THE UTILITY OF AID IN A COMPREHENSIVE ANTITERRORISM FINANCING STRATEGY
Aloke Chakravarty  295

PUTTING GUATANAMO IN THE REAR-VIEW MIRROR: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DETENTION POLICY
Peter Margulies  339

NOTES

GOVERNMENT-CONTRACTOR IMMUNITY—I'M JUST FOLLOWING ORDERS: A FAIR STANDARD OF IMMUNITY FOR MILITARY SERVICE CONTRACTORS
Thomas Gray  373

IMMIGRATION LAW—ELIGIBILITY FOR SECTION 212(c) RELIEF FROM DEPORTATION: IS IT THE GROUND OR THE OFFENSE, THE DANCER OR THE DANCE?
Sara Fawk  417

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SYMPOSIUM: WOMEN, ETHNICITY, AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

FOREWORD
Lynn Bakstran  465

RACIAL ETIQUETTE AND SOCIAL CAPITAL: CHALLENGES FACING BLACK ENTREPRENEURS
Nicole S. Dandridge  471

AFRICAN-AMERICAN ENTREPRENEURS: INTEGRATION, EDUCATION, AND EXCLUSION
Cheryl L. Wade  483

SOURCES OF FUNDING FOR NEW WOMEN-OWNED FIRMS
Susan Coleman & Alicia Robb  497

NOTES

TAX LAW—HAVING YOUR CAKE AND EATING IT TOO: SECTION 1433(B)(2)(A) OF THE TAX REFORM ACT OF 1986: EFFECTING AN EXCEPTION WHERE ONE DOES NOT EXIST
Robert Kazior  515

TRADEMARK LAW AND CONSUMER PROTECTION LAW—DECEPTION IS A CRUEL ACT: "UNIFORM" STATE DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICES ACTS AND THEIR DECEPTIVE EFFECTS ON THE TRADEMARK CLAIMS OF CORPORATE COMPETITORS
Staci Zaretsky  549

FAMILY LAW—MATERNAL AND JOINT CUSTODY PRESUMPTIONS FOR UNMARRIED PARENTS: CONSTITUTIONAL AND POLICY CONSIDERATIONS IN MASSACHUSETTS AND BEYOND
Bernardo Cuadra  599

2009

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SPEECHES

JUDICIAL SKEPTICISM AND THE THREAT OF TERRORISM
Hon. Robert D. Sack  1

REPAIRING OUR HUMAN RIGHTS REPUTATION
Harold Hongju Koh  11

ARTICLES

A DEFENSE OF OLD ORIGINALISM
Walter Benn Michaels  21

UPROOTING THE CELL-PLANT: COMPARING UNITED STATES AND CANADIAN CONSTITUTIONAL APPROACHES TO SURREPTITIOUS INTERROGATIONS IN THE DETENTION CONTEXT
Amar Khoday  39

UNDERSTANDING THE SOCRATIC METHOD IN LAW SCHOOL TEACHING AFTER THE CARNEGIE FOUNDATION'S EDUCATING LAWYERS
Joseph A. Dickinson 
97

NOTES

CIVIL RIGHTS/TAX LAW—"UNDER COLOR OF" INTERNAL REVENUE LAWS: THE ROLE OF UNITED STATES v. TEMPLE AND SECTION 7214 IN THE "UNDER COLOR OF LAW" DEBATE
Sarah T. Biolsi  115

PROPERTY—THE LIMITS OF EQUITY: FORFEITURE, DOUBLE JEOPARDY, AND THE MASSACHUSETTS "SLAYER STATUTE"
Robert F. Hennessy  159

SPECIAL EDUCATION/CIVIL PROCEDURE—THE IDEA OF FAIRNESS: ALLOWING PARENT-ATTORNEYS TO RECOVER THEIR ATTORNEYS' FEES UNDER THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT
Justin D. Kumpulanian  203

FEDERAL INDIAN LAW—AMBIGUOUS ABROGATION: THE FIRST CIRCUIT STRIPS THE NARRAGANSETT INDIAN TRIBE OF ITS SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY
Merritt Schnipper  243

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SYMPOSIUM ON HEALTH CARE TECHNOLOGY: REGULATION AND REIMBURSEMENT

FOREWORD
Maxwell J. Mehlman  293

ECONOMIC PARAMETERS OF END-OF-LIFE CARE: SOME POLICY IMPLICATIONS IN AN ERA OF HEALTH CARE REFORM
Michael Ash and Stephen Arons  305

REGULATING DIRECT-TO-CONSUMER ADVERTISING WITH TORT LAW: IS THE LAW FINALLY CATCHING UP WITH THE MARKET?
Timothy S. Hall  333

OPENING THE DOOR TO "HARD-LOOK" REVIEW OF AGENCY PREEMPTION
Karen A. Jordan   353

AT THE END OF THE CLINICAL TRIAL: DOES ACCESS TO INVESTIGATIONAL TECHNOLOGY END AS WELL?
Richard S. Saver   411

NOTES

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE/CIVIL PROCEDURE—TRAP FOR THE UNWARY: THE 2005 AMENDMENTS TO CONNECTICUT'S CERTIFICATE OF MERIT STATUTE
Brett J. Blank  453

CIVIL PROCEDURE/TORT LAW—BETTER OFF DEAD?: MINORITY TOLLING PROVISION CANNOT SAVE DECEASED CHILD'S CLAIM
Gretchen R. Fuhr  491

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—SACRIFICING THE GOOD OF THE FEW FOR THE GOOD OF THE MANY: DENYING THE TERMINALLY ILL ACCESS TO EXPERIMENTAL MEDICATION
Matthew R. Madara  535

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SYMPOSIUM: ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY

FOREWORD: ENTREPRENEURISM IN A FLAT, GREEN, CASH-STRAPPED WORLD
Eric J. Gouvin  581

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP: PITFALLS FOR THE UNWARY
Luke W. Cole  601

COMPETING IN EMERGING MARKETS: THE SEARCH FOR A NEW PARADIGM
Rangamohan V. Eunni  611

THE CRISIS IN HOUSING AND HOUSING FINANCE: WHAT CAUSED IT? WHAT DIDN'T? WHAT'S NEXT?
Ellen Harnick  625

THE GREENING OF COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: DISPATCHES FROM NEW YORK CITY
Carmen Huertas-Noble, Jessica Rose & Brian Glick  645

STICKY THICKETS: LOCAL REGULATORY CHALLENGES FOR SMALL AND EMERGING SUSTAINABLE BUSINESSES
Lisa M. LeSage  673

WHY THE LAW OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP BARELY MATTERS
Jeffrey M. Lipshaw  701

A LITTLE OF THIS, A LITTLE OF THAT: POTENTIAL EFFECTS ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP OF THE McCAIN AND OBAMA TAX PROPOSALS
Anthony J. Luppino  717

TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL?: ENTREPRENEURS SEEKING AND OBTAINING PRIVATE EQUITY FINANCING
Tatiana S. Manolova, Candida G. Brush & Linda F. Edelman 745

LOOKING AHEAD: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS
Chad Moutray  763

THE REBIRTH OF FIELDS CORNER: VIETNAMESE IMMIGRANT ENTREPRENEURS AND THE REVITALIZATION OF A BOSTON NEIGHBORHOOD
Paul Watanabe  781

LANDLORDS OF LAST RESORT: SHOULD THE GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIZE THE OWNERS OF SMALL MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS?*
David Reiss

NOTES

THE REVISED UNIFORM PARTNERSHIP ACT--BREAKING UP (OR BREAKING OFF) IS HARD TO DO: WHY THE RIGHT TO "LIQUIDATION" DOES NOT GUARANTEE A FORCED SALE UPON DISSOLUTION OF THE PARTNERSHIP
Tiffany A. Hixson  797

WORKERS' COMPENSATION/ATTORNEY'S FEE AWARDS--FORM OVER SUBSTANCE?: STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS FOR ATTORNEY'S FEE AWARDS UNDER THE LONGSHORE AND HARBOR WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT
Danielle S. Michaud  833

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW/ADMINISTRATIVE LAW--UNITED STATES v. RAPANOS: JUSTICE STEVENS'S SUGGESTION MAY NOT BE THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD, BUT IT IS THE BEST PATHWAY TO OZ
Kristen M. Sopet  879

*Forthcoming Fall 2009

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LANDLORDS OF LAST RESORT: SHOULD THE GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIZE THE MORTGAGES OF PRIVATELY-OWNED, SMALL MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS?
David Reiss  915
 

2007-2008

ISSUE 1

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Symposium: Current Issues in Community Economic Development

ARTICLES

FOREWORD:  ENTREPRENEURSHIP, RACE, AND THE CURRENT ENVIRONMENT FOR COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Eric J. Gouvin  1

THE IMPACT OF MINORITY SET-ASIDE PROGRAMS ON BLACK BUSINESS SUCCESS IN CLEVELAND, OHIO: IMPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC POLICY
Bessie House-Soremekun  19

PUTTING THE "PUBLIC" BACK INTO PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Audrey G. McFarlane  39

KEYNOTE
Andrea Silbert  61

SUPPORTING URBAN ENTREPRENEURS: LAW, POLICY, AND THE ROLE OF LAWYERS IN SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Susan R. Jones  71

URBAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND THE PROMISE OF FOR-PROFIT  PHILANTHROPY
Victor Fleischer  93

URBAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP: PATTERNS AND POLICY
Jeffrey Robinson  103

WHY THE CHECK CASHERS WIN: REGULATORY BARRIERS TO BANKING THE UNBANKED
Peggy Delinois Hamilton  119

FRINGE BANKERS: ECONOMIC PREDATORS OR A NEW FINANCIAL SERVICES MODEL?
Jean Ann Fox  135

ARTICLE

MINDING MORE THAN OUR OWN BUSINESS: EDUCATING ENTREPRENEURIAL LAWYERS THROUGH LAW SCHOOL-BUSINESS SCHOOL COLLABORATIONS
Anthony J. Luppino  151

NOTES

FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT—SEEKING REDRESS AGAINST THE SOVEREIGN; BALANCING THE RIGHTS OF PLAINTIFFS AND THE GOVERNMENT WHEN APPLYING FEDERAL RULE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE 15(c) TO FTCA CLAIMS
John S. Gannon   223

BANKRUPTCY—DOES BANKRUPTCY CODE SECTION 106 AUTHORIZE A WAIVER OF SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY FOR EMOTIONAL DISTRESS CLAIMS?
Robert A. McDonald  265

FEDERAL DRUG SENTENCING—WHAT WAS CONGRESS SMOKING? THE UNCERTAIN DISTINCTION BETWEEN "COCAINE" AND "COCAINE BASE" IN THE ANTI-DRUG ABUSE ACT OF 1986
Spencer A. Stone  297

ISSUE 2

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DEDICATION
Dean Arthur Gaudio

ARTICLES

LARGE-SCALE DISASTERS ATTACKING THE AMERICAN DREAM: HOW TO PROTECT AND EMPOWER HOMEOWNERS AND LENDERS
Matthew D. Ekins  351

FROM AUSTRIA TO SACCO AND VANZETTI: THE DEVELOPMENT OF FRANKFURTER'S "FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS" THEORY
Joseph Gumina  389

ENDING THE SUPPRESSION: WHY THE HATCH ACT CANNOT WITHSTAND MEANINGFUL CONSTITUTIONAL SCRUTINY
Anthony T. Kovalchick  419

AN OBSCURED EXPANSION OF THE COMMERCE POWER
Jason Wojciechowski  477

NOTES

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TREATMENT AND ACTIVE LABOR ACT—ONE OF THESE THINGS IS NOT LIKE THE OTHER: THE ERROR OF APPLYING STATE MEDICAL MALPRACTICE LIMITS TO DAMAGES AWARDED UNDER THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL TREATMENT AND ACTIVE LABOR ACT
Kendra L. Berardi  515

FOURTH AMENDMENT—GUILT BY RELATION: IF YOUR BROTHER IS CONVICTED OF A CRIME, YOU TOO MAY DO TIME
Lina Alexandra Hogan  543

IMMIGRATION LAW—THE CASE FOR NUNC PRO TUNC ADJUDICATION OF SECTION 212(c) APPLICATIONS WRONGFULLY DENIED BASED ON AN ERRONEOUS LEGAL INTERPRETATION 
Tammy W. Hui  589

FIRST AMENDMENT LAW—HANKINS v. LYGHT AND THE UNNECESSARY INTERSECTION OF THE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT AND THE MINISTERIAL EXCEPTION
John LeVangie  641

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Symposium: Issues in Estate Planning for Same-Sex and Transgender Couples 

ARTICLES

FOREWORD
Jennifer L. Levi  671

ESTATE PLANNING AND THE TRANSGENDER CLIENT
A. Spencer Bergstedt  675

GROWING OLD TOGETHER: ESTATE PLANNING CONCERNS FOR THE AGING SAME-SEX COUPLE
Aimee Bouchard & Kim Zadworny  713

NUTS AND BOLTS: ESTATE PLANNING AND FAMILY LAW CONSIDERATIONS FOR SAME-SEX FAMILIES
Patience Crozier  751

NOTES

UNIFORM PARENTAGE ACT—SAY GOODBYE TO DONNA REED: RECOGNIZING STEPMOTHERS' RIGHTS
Megan S. Calvo  773

CRIMINAL LAW—THE INSUFFICIENCY OF POSSESSION IN PROHIBITION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY STATUTES: WHY VIEWING A CRIME SCENE SHOULD BE CRIMINAL
Rebecca Michaels   817

LABOR LAW—LABOR'S FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS MAY REST ON THE HAUNCHES OF A RAT: 29 U.S.C. § 158(b)(4)(ii)(B) AND THE SECONDARY BOYCOTT RULE
Richard J. Padykula  867

Volume 29. 2006-2007

ISSUE 1

Symposium: Issues in Community Economic Development

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ARTICLES

FOREWORD:  LAW, BUSINESS, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT—CURRENT ISSUES AND AGE-OLD BATTLES
Eric J. Gouvin  1

CREDIT WHERE IT COUNTS: MAINTAINING A STRONG COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ACT
Michael S. Barr  11

TOWARDS A NATIONAL COMMUNITY: THE CRA AND THE CONTEMPORARY MARKET
Michael P. Malloy  25

ADVANCING THE CRA—USING THE CRA'S STRATEGIC PLAN OPTION TO PROMOTE COMMUNITY INCLUSION: THE CRA AND COMMUNITY INCLUSION
Cassandra Jones Havard  37

DEVELOPMENT LENDING AND THE COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ACT
Keith N. Hylton  59

WHERE TO GO AFTER KELO? BACK TO THE FUTURE!
Harry P. Carroll  75

THE IMPORTANCE OF EMINENT DOMAIN IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
Eddie A. Perez  109

EMINENT DOMAIN: IN THE AFTERMATH OF KELO V. NEW LONDON, A RESURRECTION IN NORWOOD: ONE PUBLIC INTEREST ATTORNEY'S VIEW
Patricia H. Lee  121

KEYNOTE
Richard Walker III  141

THE IMPACT OF PROFESSIONAL SPORTS ON THE LOCAL ECONOMY
Dr. Sharianne Walker & Dr. Michael Enz  149

"THE MERCEDES DIVIDE?"—AMERICAN SEGREGATION SHAPES THE COLOR OF ELECTRONIC COMMERCE
Leonard M. Baynes  165

NOTES

TRADEMARK LAW—THE EXTRATERRITORIAL APPLICATION OF THE LANHAM ACT: THE FIRST CIRCUIT CUTS THE FAT FROM THE VANITY FAIR TEST
Brendan J. Witherell  193

SECTION 1103 OF THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT: SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION v. GEMSTAR-TV GUIDE INTERNATIONAL, INC., AND THE NINTH CIRCUIT'S INTERPRETATION OF "EXTRAORDINARY PAYMENTS"
Christine J. Unger  231

ISSUE 2

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Symposium:  The Politics of Health Law

ARTICLES

FOREWORD:  THE POLITICS OF HEALTH LAW:  ANY TIPPING POINTS IN VIEW?
Frances H. Miller  265

COLLATERAL DAMAGE:  THE AFTERMATH OF THE POLITICAL CULTURE WARS IN SCHIAVO
Kathy L. Cerminara  279

PALLIATIVE CARE IN THE U.S. HEALTHCARE SYSTEM:  CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT OR CRIMINAL ACT?
Stephen Arons  309

MY SISTER'S KEEPER?:  LAW, CHILDREN, AND COMPELLED DONATION
Michele Goodwin  357 

ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE AND POLITICAL IDEOLOGY:  WOULDN'T YOU REALLY RATHER HAVE A PONY?
Barry R. Furrow  405

UNDER-REGULATED HEALTH CARE PHENOMENA IN A FLAT WORLD: MEDICAL TOURISM AND OUTSOURCING
Nicolas P. Terry  421

THE HEALTH CARE CHOICE ACT:  THE INDIVIDUAL INSURANCE MARKET AND THE POLITICS OF "CHOICE"
Elizabeth A. Pendo  473

NOTES

THE BLACK LUNG BENEFITS ACT—SIXTEEN TONS, WHAT DO YOU GET?:  HOW DO YOU DETERMINE A MINER HAS HAD A MATERIAL CHANGE IN CONDITION TO ALLOW A SUBSEQUENT CLAIM FOR BENEFITS?
Jeffrey R. Lindequist  497

HEALTH LAW—PRIVACY IN MEDICAL RESEARCH:  A BOTCHED EXPERIMENT
Matthew B. Drexler  535

UNIFORM ACTS—CAN THE DEAD HAND CONTROL THE DEAD BODY? THE CASE FOR A UNIFORM BODILY REMAINS LAW
Tracie M. Kester  571

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ARTICLES

BEYOND THE CLASH OF DISPARITIES:  COCAINE SENTENCING AFTER BOOKER
Jacob Loshin  619

THE CASE FOR AMERICAN HISTORY IN THE LAW SCHOOL CURRICULUM
Harold P. Southerland  661

HOLISTIC LEARNING: AMENDING THE ROWLEY TEST TO CLARIFY THE INCLUSION DEBATE
Allan Kickertz  733

NOTES

EXPRESSIVE ASSOCIATION—STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS' RIGHT TO DISCRIMINATE: A LOOK AT PUBLIC LAW SCHOOLS' NONDISCRIMINATION POLICIES AND THEIR APPLICATION TO CHRISTIAN LEGAL SOCIETY STUDENT CHAPTERS
Christian A. Malanga  757

CRIMINAL LAW—THE MEANING OF VIOLENCE:  AN INTERPRETIVE ANALYSIS ON WHETHER A PRIOR CONVICTION FOR CARRYING A CONCEALED WEAPON IS A "CRIME OF VIOLENCE" UNDER THE UNITED STATES SENTENCING GUIDELINES
Neal Eriksen  801

MUNICIPAL LAW—HOW BROAD A REMEDY?  MUNICIPAL LIABILITY AND THE MASSACHUSETTS CIVIL RIGHTS ACT
Margaret R. Solis  841

COPYRIGHT LAW—LIBRARIANS WHO TEACH:  EXPANDING THE DISTANCE EDUCATION RIGHTS OF LIBRARIES BY APPLYING THE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND COPYRIGHT HARMONIZATION ACT OF 2002
Kate Irwin  875

REMEDIES—THE APPEARANCE OF ACCESS:  DEAF DEFENDANTS AND THE MASSACHUSETTS JUDICIARY—JUSTICE?
Cat B. Dvar  915

 

2005-2006

ISSUE 1

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SPEECH

Western New England University SCHOOL OF LAW CONVOCATION SPEECH
Michael S. Greco 1

ARTICLES

IN DEFENSE OF CHARITIES: A CASE FOR MAINTAINING THE MASSACHUSETTS DAMAGES CAP FOR CERTAIN EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CLAIMS
Nathan A. Olin  11

WILL NEW APPOINTEES TO THE SUPREME COURT BE ABLE TO EFFECT AN OVERRULING OF ROE v. WADE?
Richard H. W. Maloy 29

IS TIGER WOODS'S SWING REALLY A WORK OF ART? DEFINING THE LINE BETWEEN THE RIGHT OF PUBLICITY AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
Michael Suppappola 57

NOTES

EMPLOYMENT LAW—HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU: HIGH TECH "PEEPING" IN THE WORKPLACE AND THE ROLE OF TITLE VII
Shannon D. Leger  89

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—IS 18 U.S.C.§ 922(o)(1) CONSTITUTIONAL? MERE POSSESSION OF SELF-CREATED OBJECTS AND THE REACH OF THE COMMERCE CLAUSE
Karen A. Michalson  133

ISSUE 2

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ARTICLES

RATIFYING THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT IN OHIO
Gabriel J. Chin 179

DIVERSITY'S DIVERGENCE: A POST-GRUTTER EXAMINATION OF RACIAL PREFERENCES IN PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT
Lorin J. Lapidus 199

BLAINE AMENDMENTS AND POLYGAMY LAWS: THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF ANTI-POLYGAMY LAWS TARGETING RELIGION
Elijah L. Milne 257

FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT: THE ROLE OF ENVIRONMENTAL CIVIL RIGHTS LITIGATORS GOING FORWARD AND THE NEED FOR A CONTINUANCE OF THE LITIGATION TOOL IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE MOVEMENT
Sean-Patrick Wilson 293

NOTES

CIVIL RIGHTS/CIVIL PROCEDURE—IS IT THE OFFICER OR THE GENTLEMAN?: ISSUES OF CAPACITY IN § 1983 ACTIONS BROUGHT IN FEDERAL COURT
Jeffrey K. O'Connor  323

THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT—WHERE THE FOURTH CIRCUIT WENT WRONG IN SHALIEHSABOU v. HEBREW HOME OF GREATER WASHINGTON: JUDICIAL EXPANSION OF FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT EXEMPTIONS TO INCLUDE MINISTERIAL EMPLOYEES
Sarah L. Santos 369

THE WIRETAP ACT—RECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES: A FRAMEWORK FOR DETERMINING THE "INTERCEPTION" OF ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS FOLLOWING UNITED STATES V. COUNCILMAN'S REJECTION OF THE STORAGE/TRANSIT DICHOTOMY
Michael D. Roundy 403

2005-2006

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

JUDICIAL DISCRETION, SENTENCING GUIDELINES, AND LESSONS FROM MEDIEVAL ENGLAND, 1066-1215
Eric G. Barber 1

WHITE INVESTMENT IN BLACK BONDAGE
Geiza Vargas-Vargas 41

NOTES

BANKRUPTCY—THE DEFALCATION EXCEPTION TO DISCHARGE: SHOULD A FIDUCIARY'S MISTAKE PROHIBIT A DISCHARGE FROM DEBT?
Andrea Johnson 93

CIVIL RIGHTS—"A MERE PAPER GUARANTEE?": CONGRESSIONAL INTENT, JUDICIAL MANIPULATION, AND THE CURRENT STATE OF MUNICIPAL LIABILITY UNDER 42 U.S.C. § 1981
Allison M. McKeen 133

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ESSAY

A CRITICAL LOOK AT STUDENT RESISTANCE TO NON-TRADITIONAL LAW SCHOOL PROFESSORS
Kathryn Pourmand Nordick 173

ARTICLE

BUSINESS SUPPORT OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND DISCRIMINATORY HIRING PRACTICES: CONTRADICTORY OR COMPATIBLE?
Arthur M. Wolfson 197

NOTES

CRIMINAL LAW—KOSILEK v. MALONEY: IN PRISON WHILE IMPRISONED IN THE BODY OF THE OPPOSITE SEX: EXAMINING THE ISSUE OF "CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT" PRESENTED BY AN INCARCERATED TRANSSEXUAL
Nikolas Andreopoulos 219

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU: THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION RULES BASED ON RESIDENCY
Michelle L. Himes 261

EVIDENCE—THE MOTION IN LIMINE AND THE MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS: ADVOCATING FOR THE AVAILABILITY OF THE NECESSITY DEFENSE FOR SOME OF THE BAY STATE'S CIVILLY DISOBEDIENT
Luke Shulman-Ryan 299

2004

ISSUE 1

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DEDICATION 

ARTICLES

INTRODUCTION: WHAT DOES OAKLEY TELL US ABOUT THE FAILURES OF CONSTITUTIONAL DECISION-MAKING?
Taylor Flynn  1

STATE v. OAKLEY, DEADBEAT DADS, AND AMERICAN POVERTY
David Ray Papke  9

LIBERATION AND EMPOWERMENT: A JUBILEAN ALTERNATIVE FOR STATE v. OAKLEY
Richard P. Cole  27

COERCIVE ABORTIONS AND CRIMINALIZING THE BIRTH OF CHILDREN: SOME THOUGHTS ON THE IMPACT ON WOMEN OF STATE V. OAKLEY
Jennifer Martin  67

PROBATION RESTRICTIONS IMPACTING THE RIGHT TO PROCREATE: THE OAKLEY ERROR
Jennifer Levi  81

A STURDY ROGUE
Bruce K. Miller  109

NOTES

REAL PROPERTY—GUILIETTI V. GIULIETTI- PARTITION BY PRIVATE SALE ABSENT SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORITY
Gillian K. Bearns  125

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE "CHOOSE-LIFE" SPECIALTY PLATE CASES: STANDING TO SUE WHEN THE GOVERNMENT MANIPULATES PUBLIC DEBATE
Layla G. Taylor  169

ISSUE 2

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ARTICLES

THE GIRL-WIFE AND THE ALIENISTS: THE FORGOTTEN MURDER TRIAL OF JOSEPHINE TERRANOVA
Jacob M. Appel  203

WHEN TRIAL AND PUNISHMENT INTERSECT: NEW DEFECTS IN THE DEATH PENALTY
Alexander Bunin  233

ACCEPTING EVOLUTION IN WORKPLACE JUSTICE: THE NEED FOR CONGRESS TO MANDATE ARBITRATION
Frederick L. Sullivan  281

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE "GRAPE" MARCH ON WASHINGTON: THE TWENTY-FIRST AMENDMENT, THE DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE, AND DIRECT ALCOHOL SHIPMENTS
Pamela R. Cote  343

CIVIL RIGHTS—SHADES OF RACE: AN HISTORICALLY INFORMED READING OF TITLE VII
Michael J. Fellows  387

2003

ISSUE 1

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ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SYMPOSIUM – THE FIRST YEAR OF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION

THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT: AN OVERVIEW AND INTRODUCTION
Robin Kundis Craig  1

FROM THE TRENCHES: WHAT HATH BUSH WROUGHT FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL LAWYER IN PRIVATE PRACTICE? OR MUCH CAN-DO ABOUT NOTHING
Chris Mhyrom, Esq.  29

"W" FOR WAR AND WEDGE? ENVIRONMENTAL ENFORCEMENT AND THE SACRIFICE OF AMERICAN SECURITY—NATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL—TO COMPLETE THE EMERGENCE OF A NEW "BELTWAY" GOVERNING ELITE
Dan Meyer & Everett E. Volk  41

NOTE

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—MEDICAL MARIJUANA AND THE MEDICAL NECESSITY DEFENSE IN THE AFTERMATH OF UNITED STATES V. OAKLAND CANNABIS BUYERS' COOPERATIVE
Miklos Pongratz 147

ISSUE 2

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ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SYMPOSIUM – THE FIRST YEAR OF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION

BROWNFIELDS REDEVELOPMENT AND SUPERFUND REFORM UNDER THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION: A REFRESHING BIPARTISAN ACCOMPLISHMENT
Melissa H. Weresh 193

THE GEORGE W. BUSH ADMINISTRATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Victoria Sutton  221

ARTICLE

THE STATION NIGHTCLUB FIRE AND FEDERAL JURISDICTIONAL REACH: THE MULTIDISTRICT, MULTIPARTY, MULTIFORUM JURISDICTION ACT OF 2002
Peter Adomeit   243

NOTES

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—NAVARRO V. PFIZER CORPORATION: TOO MUCH DISREGARD AND TOO LITTLE DEFERENCE IN DEFINING "DISABILITY" UNDER THE FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT
Jennifer Hotchkiss Kaplan 263

EDUCATION LAW—THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT AND SECTION 1983: ARE COMPENSATORY DAMAGES AN AVAILABLE AND APPROPRIATE REMEDY?
Rebecca L. Bouchard   301 

2002

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

A PRACTICAL OVERVIEW OF MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS CHAPTER 123A: CARE, TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION OF SEXUALLY DANGEROUS PERSONS
John F. Kavanagh, Jr. & Matthew C. Welnicki  1

MY CUSTOMER'S KEEPER: THE SEARCH FOR A UNIVERSAL SUITABILITY STANDARD IN THE SALE OF LIFE INSURANCE
Richard J. Wirth  47

NOTES

CRIMINAL LAW—THE NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF A LOCAL KILLING: WHEN DOES 'INTERSTATE' MEAN INTRASTATE UNDER THE FEDERAL MURDER-FOR-HIRE STATUTE, 18 U.S.C. § 1958?
Jason Weathers  97

PRESUMED REPRESENTED: ANALYZING INTERVENTION AS OF RIGHT WHEN THE GOVERNMENT IS A PARTY
Katharine Goepp  131

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—TERRAN V. SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES: MODIFICATION OF STATUTES AND THE PRESENTMENT CLAUSE OF THE CONSTITUTION
Erik Loftus  177

ISSUE 2

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Symposium - Choosing the Digital Future: The Use and Recording of Electronic Real Estate Instruments

ELECTRONIC REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS: CONTEXT, UNRESOLVED COST-BENEFIT ISSUES AND A RECOMMENDED DECISIONAL PROCESS
Sam Stonefield  205

ARE WE THERE YET? THE CASE FOR A UNIFORM ELECTRONIC RECORDING ACT
Dale A. Whitman  245

ELECTRONIC REAL ESTATE RECORDS: A MODEL FOR ACTION
Dean Arthur R. Gaudio  271

NOTE

CRIMINAL LAW—THE CRUCIBLE OF ADVERSARIAL TESTING: INEFFECTIVE ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL AND UNAUTHORIZED CONCESSIONS OF CLIENT'S GUILT
Heidi H. Woessner  315

2001-2002

ISSUE 1

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SYMPOSIUM

INTRODUCTION  1

RURAL LOW-INCOME HOUSING AND MASSACHUSETTS CHAPTER 40B: A PERSPECTIVE FROM THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Eric J. Gouvin  3

OPENING THE SUBURBS TO RACIAL INTEGRATION: LESSONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Florence Wagman Roisman  65

CONNECTICUT'S AFFORDABLE HOUSING APPEALS STATUTE: AFTER TEN YEARS OF HOPE, WHY ONLY MIDDLING RESULTS?
Terry J. Tondro  115

APPENDIX A

CONFERENCE AGENDA  165

APPENDIX B

AFFORDABLE HOUSING CONFERENCE HONOREES  169

REVIEW ESSAY

TOWARD A NOTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL BIOETHICS
Robin Kundis Craig  173

NOTE

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—EMPLOYEES' FOURTH AMENDMENT RIGHTS BEYOND THEIR WORK SPACE: THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP AS A SOURCE OF PRIVACY EXPECTATIONS
Michele Morris  191
 

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ARTICLES

THE A-B-CS OF TARGETING: A FORMULA FOR RESOLVING PERSONAL JURISDICTION-INTERNET ISSUES WITHIN THE DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS
Nathan A. Olin  237

CASE STUDY OF A TAKING UNDONE
Peter P. Fenton 265

UNIVERSAL HEALTH INSURANCE UNDER STATE EQUAL PROTECTION LAW
Rory Weiner  327

AN HMO DOES NOT OWE AN ERISA FIDUCIARY DUTY TO ITS EMPLOYEE BENEFICIARIES: AFTER PEGRAM V. HERDRICH, WHO WILL SPEAK FOR THE WORKING CLASS?
L. Darnell Weeden  381

EXPLORATION OF POLICYHOLDER INFORMATION OWNERSHIP RIGHTS UNDER THE THREE EXISTING INSURANCE AGENCY SYSTEMS IN THE UNITED STATES
Deborah S. Freeman & Celia Eggert  409

REVIEW ESSAYS

LAW, SPORTS, AND POPULAR CULTURE: THE MARRIAGE OF A RELATIONSHIP SCORNED
Richard P. Cole 431

2000-2001

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

A PROPOSAL FOR A NEW MASSACHUSETTS NOTORIETY-FOR-PROFIT LAW: THE GRANDSON OF SAM
Sean J. Kelly  1

TOO GOOD, TOO BAD: 'OVERQUALIFIED' OLDER WORKERS
Jeff Morneau  45

LIMITED LICENSE TO FISH OFF THE COMPANY PIER: TOWARD EXPRESS EMPLOYER POLICIES ON SUPERVISOR-SUBORDINATE FRATERNIZATION
Gary M. Kramer  77

NOTES

CRIMINAL LAW—PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION OR CONTRACT THEORY RESTRICTIONS?--THE IMPLICATIONS OF ALLOWING JUDICIAL REVIEW OF PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION FOUNDED ON UNDERLYING CONTRACT PRINCIPLES
Justin H. Dion  149

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW—TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING: WHEN GOVERNMENT INVOLVEMENT IN WASTE DISPOSAL CROSSES THE LINE BETWEEN REGULATING AND 'OPERATING' UNDER CERCLA
Christopher J. Plaisted  221

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1996: WHEN LEGISLATIVE REGULATION BECOMES UNCONSTITUTIONAL PUNISHMENT
Karey P. Pond  271

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SYMPOSIUM - Increasing Affordable Housing and Regional Housing Opportunity in Three New England States and New Jersey: Comparative Perspectives on the Occasion of the Thirtieth Anniversary of the Massachusetts Comprehensive Permit Law

INTRODUCTION  321
The Board of Editors

AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN SUBURBIA: THE IMPORTANCE BUT LIMITED POWER AND EFFECTIVENESS OF THE STATE OVERRIDE TOOL
Sam Stonefield  323

COMMAND AND CONTROL TO LOCAL CONTROL: THE ENVIRONMENTAL AGENDA AND THE COMPREHENSIVE PERMIT LAW
Werner Lohe  355

FAIRLY SHARING AFFORDABLE HOUSING OBLIGATIONS: THE MOUNT LAUREL MATRIX
John M. Payne  365

THE IMPACT AND EVOLUTION OF THE MASSACHUSETTS COMPREHENSIVE PERMIT AND ZONING APPEALS ACT: THIRTY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WITH A STATE LEGISLATIVE EFFORT TO OVERCOME EXCLUSIONARY ZONING
Sharon Perlman Krefetz  381

BIBLIOGRAPHY

INCREASING AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND REGIONAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY IN NEW ENGLAND: PERSPECTIVES ON THE OCCASION OF THE THIRTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS COMPREHENSIVE PERMIT LAW: A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Bonnie L. Koneski-White  431

APPENDIX A

CONFERENCE AGENDA  459

APPENDIX B

AFFORDABLE HOUSING CONFERENCE HONOREES  463

ARTICLE

ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
Thomas G. Kelch  467

1999

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REMARKS

REMARKS ON THE LEGAL PROFESSION AND PROFESSIONALISM
The Honorable Michael A. Ponsor 1

ARTICLES

HIGHLY MIGRATORY FISH SPECIES: CAN INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC LAW SAVE THE NORTH ATLANTIC SWORDFISH?
Karen L. Smith  5

THE DIAGNOSIS IS ANENCEPHALY AND THE PARENTS ASK ABOUT ORGAN DONATION: NOW WHAT? A GUIDE FOR HOSPITAL COUNSEL AND ETHICS COMMITTEES
Jennifer S. Bard 49

LANGUAGE THAT LIMITS EMPLOYER LIABILITY IN MASSACHUSETTS
John J. Ferriter  97

NOTES

CHARITABLE TRUSTS—DONOR STANDING UNDER THE UNIFORM MANAGEMENT OF INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS ACT IN LIGHT OF CARL J. HERZOG FOUNDATION, INC. V. UNIVERSITY OF BRIDGEPORT
Paula Kilcoyne  131

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—STATE ACTION—YEO v. TOWN OF LEXINGTON: HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT EDITORS AS STATE ACTORS
Rory B. Weiner  183

BOOK REVIEW

REVIEW OF NEW YORK CITY POLICE CORRUPTION INVESTIGATION COMMISSIONS, 1894-1994 (GABRIEL J. CHIN ED., 1997)
Paul Chevigny   233

ISSUE 2

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Symposium: Employment Practices Liability Insurance and the Changing American Workplace

FORWARD
Francis J. Mootz III 245

COVERAGE FOR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY UNDER VARIOUS POLICIES: COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY, HOMEOWNERS', UMBRELLA, WORKERS' COMPENSATION, AND DIRECTORS' AND OFFICERS' LIABILITY POLICIES
Joseph P. Monteleone & Emy Poulad Grotell  249

JUDGE-MADE INSURANCE THAT WAS NOT ON THE MENU: SCHMIDT V. SMITH AND THE CONFLUENCE OF TEXT, EXPECTATION, AND PUBLIC POLICY IN THE REALM OF EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY
Jeffrey W. Stempel  283

EMERGING COVERAGE ISSUES IN EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY INSURANCE: THE INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Jeffrey P. Klenk 323

MANAGING EMPLOYMENT RISKS IN LIGHT OF THE NEW RULINGS IN SEXUAL HARASSMENT LAW
Steven D. Baderian, Elise M. Bloom & Valerie K. Wilde 343

INSURING EMPLOYER LIABILITY FOR HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT CLAIMS: HOW CHANGES IN DISCRIMINATION LAW MAY AFFECT THE GROWING MARKET FOR EMPLOYMENT-RELATED PRACTICES LIABILITY INSURANCE
Francis J. Mootz III  369

MANAGING THE RISK OF EMPLOYMENT-RELATED PRACTICES LIABILITIES BY INFLUENCING THE BEHAVIOR OF EMPLOYEE CLAIMANTS
Brian T. McMillan 427

EFFECTIVE LOSS CONTROL TECHNIQUES FOR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITIES: AN ASSESSMENT OF HOW EPLI CARRIERS SHOULD SEEK TO TRANSFORM THE AMERICAN WORKPLACE
Jack S. McCalmon 447

ARTICLE

UNAUTHORIZED DIGITAL SAMPLING IN MUSICAL PARODY: A HAVEN IN THE FAIR USE DOCTRINE?
Margaret E. Watson  469

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—JOYCE V. TOWN OF TEWKSBURY: THE FOURTH AMENDMENT'S PROTECTION OF LIBERTY AND PRIVACY VERSUS QUALIFIED IMMUNITY
Heather Carey  513

APPELLATE PROCEDURE / INTERNATIONAL LAW—UNITED STATES V. KIRBY: THE CASE FOR APPELLATE REVIEW OF GRANTS OF BAIL BY DISTRICT COURT JUDGES IN INTERNATIONAL EXTRADITION CASES
Gina Barry  565

1998

ISSUE 1

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TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

REFLECTIONS ON TWENTY YEARS OF THE LAW REVIEW
Howard Kalodner  1

SYMPOSIUM - A DUTY TO REPRESENT?  CRITICAL REFLECTION ONSTROPNICKY v. NATHANSON

FOREWORD: OF LEGAL ETHICS, TAXIS, AND DOING THE RIGHT THING
Martha Minow  5

DO YOU REALLY WANT A LAWYER WHO DOESN'T WANT YOU?
Gabriel J. Chin  9

WHEN PRINCIPLED REPRESENTATION TESTS ANTIDISCRIMINATION LAW
Terri R. Day & Scott L. Rogers 23

SECTION 98 AND THE SPECIALIZED PRACTICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS LAW
James A. Gardner  39

COMPELLED LAWYER REPRESENTATION AND THE FREE SPEECH RIGHTS OF ATTORNEYS
Leora Harpaz  49

WHEN FICTION INTRUDES UPON REALITY: A BRIEF REPLY TO PROFESSOR CHIN
Chris K. Iijima  73

USING GENDER AS A BASIS OF CLIENT SELECTION: A FEMINIST PERSPECTIVE
Joan Mahoney  79

LAWYERS' IDENTITIES, CLIENT SELECTION AND THE ANTIDISCRIMINATION PRINCIPLE: THOUGHTS ON THE SANCTIONING OF JUDITH NATHANSON
Bruce K. Miller  93

LAWYER DISCRIMINATION AGAINST CLIENTS: OUTRIGHT REJECTION—NO; LIMITATIONS ON ISSUES AND ARGUMENTS—YES
Samuel Stonefield  103

AFTERWORD: A THOUGHT ABOUT FEMINIST LITIGATION STRATEGIES
Valorie Vojdik  139

ALUMNI ARTICLES

THE DEFINITIONAL SCOPE OF AN INTRINSIC UTILITARIAN FUNCTION UNDER THE 1976 COPYRIGHT ACT: ONE MAN'S USE IS ANOTHER MAN'S ART
Stephen Langs  143

"CAT-OUT-OF-THE-BAG" & "BREAK-IN-THE-STREAM-OF-EVENTS": MASSACHUSETTS' REJECTION OF OREGON v. ELSTAD FOR SUPPRESSION OF WARNED STATEMENTS MADE AFTER A MIRANDA VIOLATION
Katherine E. McMahon  173

ARTICLE

SCOPE OF EMPLOYMENT: HAVE THE RULES CHANGED IN MASSACHUSETTS?
Thomas H. Seymour  211

NOTE

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—ACTION FOR CHILDREN'S TELEVISION v. FCC: INDECENCY FINES AND THE BROADCAST MEDIUM — WHEN SUBSEQUENT PUNISHMENTS BECOME PRIOR RESTRAINTS; A SUBSEQUENT RESTRAINT REVIEW
Christine C. Peaslee  241

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ARTICLES

MOVING VIOLATIONS: AN EXAMINATION OF THE BROAD PREEMPTIVE EFFECT OF THE CARMACK AMENDMENT
Jeanne Kaiser  289

ENVIRONMENTAL CITIZEN SUITS AND JUDICIAL INTERPRETATION: FIRST TIME TRAGEDY, SECOND TIME FARCE
Robert D. Snook  311

NOTES

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—ALIBI INSTRUCTIONS AND DUE PROCESS OF LAW
Jack P. Friedman  343

INTERNATIONAL LAW—THE FOREIGN SOVEREIGN IMMUNITIES ACT: DO TIERED CORPORATE SUBSIDIARIES CONSTITUTE FOREIGN STATES?
Jane H. Griggs  387

FEDERAL LAW—CITICASTERS v. McCASKILL: PROBING THE PRIVACY PROTECTION ACT OF 1980
Elizabeth H. Sillin
  437

BOOK REVIEW

BLINDED BY THE LIGHT; BUT NOW I SEE
Leonard M. Baynes  491

1997

ISSUE 1

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FIRST ANNUAL NORTHEASTERN PEOPLE OF COLOR LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP CONFERENCE

LAW PROFESSORS OF COLOR IN THE POSTMODERN WORLD

FORWORD
Leonard M. Baynes  1  KEYNOTE SPEECH
Julius L. Chambers  11

PANEL
  THE DIVERSITY AMONG US 
Berta Esperanza Hernández  19
Leonard M. Baynes  25
Jenny Rivera  31
Alfred Chueh-Chin Yen  36

PANEL
  WELFARE/SOCIAL JUSTICE: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
Rebecca Johnson   41
Dianne Wilkerson  47
Lynne Polito  54
Larry Catá Backer  59

ADDRESS TO CONFERENCE: HAVE YOU FOUND YOUR VOICE AND DO YOU KNOW HOW TO KEEP IT?
David Hall   67

PANEL
SPLIT PERSONALITIES: TEACHING AND SCHOLARSHIP IN NONSTEREOTYPICAL AREAS OF THE LAW
Reginald Leamon Robinson   73
Lisa Chiyemi Ikemoto   79
Dorothy A. Brown   89
Carlos Cuevas  98
Robert P. Wasson, Jr.  102

PANEL
  STATUS, PROGRESS, AND INTEGRATION OF LAWYERS OF COLOR IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION
Sterling Johnson, Jr.  111
Zachary Carter  114
Teresita Alicea  118
Renée Landers  121
Jacqueline Berrien  126
Judge Jacques C. Leroy  133

ESSAYS

LEGAL EDUCATION AND THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: OUR CALLING TO FULFILL
David Hall  139

TEACHING FROM THE MARGINS: RACE AS A PEDAGOGICAL SUB-TEXT: A CRITICAL ESSAY
Reginald Leamon Robinson  151

LAW AND THE POSSIBILITY OF JUSTICE
Verna C. Sánchez   183

ARTICLE

THE ROLE OF COUNSEL AND THE COURTS IN ADDRESSING FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL BARRIERS AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF A CRIMINAL PROCEEDING
Richard W. Cole & Laura Maslow-Armand 193

NOTES

THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT—ANTI-POVERTY LEGISLATION IN THE MODERN ERA: ADVOCATING JUDICIAL SCRUTINY UNDER A FEMINIST POLICY-CENTERED ANALYSIS
Laura C. Edmonds  229

MARITIME LAW—AMERICAN DREDGING COMPANY v. MILLER: THE SUPREME COURT LEAVES THE FORUM NON CONVENIENS DEBATE UNRESOLVED
Marilyn Maxwell Gaffen  275

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SYMPOSIUM : PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE

ARTICLES

FOREWORD
David R. Moss  313

NATURAL CAUSES, UNNATURAL RESULTS, AND THE LEAST RESTRICTIVE ALTERNATIVE
Giles R. Scofield  317

RATIONALITY AND INJUSTICE IN PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE
Robert A. Burt  353

PLEADING FOR PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE IN THE COURTS
Charles H. Baron   371

ASSISTANCE IN DYING: ACCOUNTING FOR DIFFERENCE
Catherine J. Jones   405

NOTES

LEGAL ETHICS—THE QUESTION OF EX PARTE COMMUNICATIONS AND PRO SE LAWYERS UNDER MODEL RULE 4.2—HEY, CAN WE TALK?
Stephen J. Langs  421

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION—MAHONEY v. RFE/RL, INC.: THE "FOREIGN LAWS" EXCEPTION TO THE ADEA—WHEN A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT EQUALS A LAW
Andrew P. Walsh  455

CRIMINAL LAW—RETROACTIVE LAW OR PUNISHMENT FOR A NEW OFFENSE?—THE EX POST FACTO IMPLICATIONS OF AMENDING THE STATUTORY PROVISIONS GOVERNING VIOLATIONS OF SUPERVISED RELEASE
Ryan M. Zenga  499

1996

ISSUE 1

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SYMPOSIUM: INSURANCE COVERAGE OF EMPLOYMENT DISPUTES

ARTICLES

FOREWORD
Francis J. Mootz  1

PRINCIPLES OF INSURANCE COVERAGE: A GUIDE FOR THE EMPLOYMENT LAWYER
Francis J. Mootz  5

COVERAGE ISSUES UNDER COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY AND DIRECTORS' AND OFFICERS' LIABILITY POLICIES
Joseph P. Monteleone   47

EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY AND ERRORS AND OMISSIONS INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR EMPLOYMENT-RELATED CLAIMS
James E. Scheuermann & John K. Baillie  71

A CHECKLIST FOR INSURANCE COVERAGE IN THE EMPLOYMENT LITIGATION CONTEXT
Larry M. Golub  99

INSURANCE COVERAGE ACTIONS: WHO, WHERE, AND WHEN TO SUE
Steven R. Gilford & Robert M. Fogler  123

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY INSURANCE (EPLI) POLICIES: WHO CONTROLS SELECTION OF DEFENSE COUNSEL
Joseph P. Monteleone
  159

EMPLOYMENT LAW CLAIMS: TRIGGERING COVERAGE UNDER "CLAIMS MADE" POLICIES
Wayne E. Borgeest, Anthony J. Fowler & Michael M. Santocki  179

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR EMPLOYMENT-RELATED LITIGATION: CONNECTICUT LAW
Calum Anderson  199

INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR EMPLOYMENT CLAIMS IN MASSACHUSETTS
Marylou Fabbo, Audrey J. Samit & Richard U. Stubbs, Jr.  255

NOTES

FEDERAL COURTS—IN RE UNITED STATES—SHOULD FEDERAL MAGISTRATES BE DELEGATED THE AUTHORITY TO APPROVE ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE APPLICATIONS?
Thomas R. Garcia  271

CRIMINAL LAW—STATE OF CONNECTICUT v. JOYCE: WHO GETS BURNED BY THE WARRANTLESS SEARCH OF FIRE-DAMAGED CLOTHING?
Andrew S. Golden  305

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—SEPARATE BUT EQUAL: JELDNESS v. PEARCE — AN ANALYSIS OF TITLE IX WITHIN THE CONFINES OF CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES
Christine M. Safarik  337

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REMARKS

REMARKS TO THE NATIONAL BLACK LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
The Honorable Alvin W. Thompson  373

ARTICLE

THE ZONING ACT'S "PERSON AGGRIEVED" STANDARD: FROM BARVENIK TO MARASHLIAN
Mark Bobrowski 
385

NOTES

REGULATED INDUSTRIES—STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION OF SECTION 541(a) OF THE CABLE TELEVISION CONSUMER PROTECTION AND COMPETITION ACT OF 1992: A PRESUMPTION IN FAVOR OF PRACTICAL REASON
Michael D. Blanchard  437

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—UNITED STATES v. EVANS: DISTRICT OF ARREST OR DISTRICT OF PROSECUTION?— DETERMINING THE PROPER TRIBUNAL FOR REVIEW OF PRETRIAL BAIL DECISIONS IN THE MULTI-DISTRICT CONTEXT
Scott C. Wells  487

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—SEX, LIES AND RAPE SHIELD STATUTES: THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF INTERPRETING RAPE SHIELD STATUTES TO EXCLUDE EVIDENCE RELATING TO THE VICTIM’S MOTIVE TO FABRICATE
Jason M. Price  541

1995

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ARTICLES

FALLEN TIMBER: A PROPOSAL FOR THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD TO ASSERT JURISDICTION OVER INDIAN-OWNED AND CONTROLLED BUSINESSES ON TRIBAL RESERVATIONS
Helen M. Kemp  1

REFLECTIONS ON TAKINGS: THE WATUPPA PONDS CASES
Deborah K. Paulus  29

HOW PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS CAN MEET THEIR OBLIGATIONS TO ACCOMMODATE STUDENTS WITH SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITIES
Joseph F. Smith, Jr. & M. Kay Runyan 77

NOTES

IMMIGRATION LAW—THE PENDENCY OF A MOTION TO REOPEN BEFORE THE BOARD OF IMMIGRATION APPEALS AND ITS EFFECT ON APPELLATE COURT JURISDICTION: REJECTING THE "SUSPENDED FINALITY" APPROACH IN DEPORTATION CASES
Scott D. Camassar  109

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION—MILLER v. MAXWELL'S INTERNATIONAL, INC.: INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY FOR SUPERVISORY EMPLOYEES UNDER TITLE VII AND THE ADEA
Steven K. Sanborn  143

FEDERAL SECURITIES LAW—VERSYSS, INC. v. COOPERS & LYBRAND—THE NEW CORPORATE MERGER TRICK: WATCH CLOSELY AS THE TARGET CORPORATION MAKES ITS SECURITIES DISAPPEAR . . . OR DO THEY???
William F. Giruzzi  181

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ARTICLE

DETERMINING DETRIMENT TO THE CHILD IN THIRD-PARTY CUSTODY CASES IN CONNECTICUT
Carolyn Wilkes Kaas  205

NOTES

THE FALSE CLAIMS ACT—FINDING MIDDLE GROUND BETWEEN OPPORTUNITY AND OPPORTUNISM: THE "ORIGINAL SOURCE" PROVISION OF 31 U.S.C. sect. 3730(e)(4)
Susan G. Fentin  255

CRIMINAL LAW—UNITED STATES v. HOLLINGSWORTH: THE ENTRAPMENT DEFENSE AND THE NEOPHYTE CRIMINAL—WHEN THE COMMISSION OF A CRIMINAL ACT DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CRIME
Elliot Rothstein  303

LABOR LAW—BETWEEN THE OBVIOUS AND THE FOOLISH: AN APPLICATION OF UCC PRINCIPLES TO THE COMMON LAW OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS
Matthew J. McDermott  337

CRIMINAL LAW—IN RE MOTION TO UNSEAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE EVIDENCE: THIRD PARTY ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT-ACQUIRED WIRETAP EVIDENCE
Lori K. Odierna  371

1994

ISSUE 1

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TRIBUTE

A TRIBUTE TO DEAN HOWARD I. KALODNER
Judge William H. Abraskhin  xvii

ARTICLES

REHABILITATING BANKRUPTCY CODE SECTION 506(C): SHOULD THIRD PARTY CLAIMANTS HAVE INDEPENDENT STANDING?
Justin T. Toth  1

REINSURANCE LITIGATION: A PRIMER
Charles F. Corcoran, III 41

DISCOVERY OF THE PLAINTIFF'S MENTAL HEALTH HISTORY IN AN EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CASE
David A. Robinson  55

NOTES

SECURITIES LAW—ALL IN THE FAMILY—UNITED STATES v. CHESTMAN: FINDING A FIDUCIARY OR OTHER SIMILAR RELATION OF TRUST AND CONFIDENCE UNDER RULE 10b-5 FOR FAMILY MEMBERS OF A FAMILY-CONTROLLED PUBLICLY TRADED CORPORATION
William A. Snider 79

ANTITRUST LAW—BERKEY PHOTO AND ALASKA AIRLINES: DIFFERENT APPROACHES TO MONOPOLY LEVERAGING CLAIMS
James P. Puhala, III  111

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW—THE HOUSEHOLD WASTE EXCLUSION CLARIFICATION: 42 U.S.C. SECTION 6921(i): DID CONGRESS INTEND TO EXCLUDE MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE ASH FROM REGULATION AS HAZARDOUS WASTE UNDER SUBTITLE C?
Jane Ellen Warner 149

FEDERAL TAX LAW—MULLIKIN v. UNITED STATES: "BIG BROTHER" IS STILL WATCHING; THE IRS CAN ASSESS PENALTIES AT ANY TIME
Edward J. Carroll, III  181

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TRIBUTE

A TRIBUTE TO DEAN HOWARD I. KALODNER
Janet H. Pumphrey  i

REMARKS

REMARKS ON BEING SWORN IN AS A UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
Michael Ponsor  209

ARTICLE

A LOOK AT TITLE VII'S REGULATORY REGIME
Ronald Turner  219

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—DEVELOPING GUIDELINES IN FOURTH AMENDMENT "CLOTHING CASES" AFTER UNITED STATES v. BUTLER
Darrel C. Waugh  289

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—PEOPLE v. GRIGGS: ILLINOIS IGNORES MORAN v. BURBINE TO EXPAND A SUSPECT'S MIRANDA RIGHTS
Chrisoula I. Roumeliotis  329

RICO LAW—WRONGFUL DISCHARGE AND RICO CONSPIRACY STANDING: THE HOLMES v. SECURITIES INVESTOR PROTECTION CORP. DIRECT-INJURY TEST RESOLVES THE STANDING ISSUE
Keith S. Marks 365

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—DID CONGRESS OVERREACH IN ITS REACTION TO LAMPF?
John D. McNally  397

BOOK REVIEW

THE OLDEST COURT OF CONTINUOUS EXISTENCE IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE
Donald J. Dunn  429

1993

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

TEN YEARS AFTER: A RECONSIDERATION OF THE CODIFICATION OF EVIDENCE LAW IN MASSACHUSETTS
Jeremiah F. Healy III  1

NOTES

HOUSING LAW—UNITED STATES v. COLUMBUS COUNTRY CLUB: HOW “RELIGIOUS” DOES AN ORGANIZATION HAVE TO BE TO QUALIFY FOR THE FAIR HOUSING ACT’S RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION EXEMPTION?
Claudia J. Reed 61

BANKRUPTCY LAW—DETERMINING PROPERTY INTERESTS IN FUNDS RECOVERED PURSUANT TO THE SETTLEMENT OF A SECTION 547 PREFERENCE ACTION
Dean A. Dulchinos 109

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—FIRST AMENDMENT—NO CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO VOTE FOR DONALD DUCK: THE SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF WRITE-IN VOTING BANS IN BURDICK v. TAKUSHI
Jeanne M. Kaiser 129

 
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ARTICLES

DID THE FIRST JUSTICE HARLAN HAVE A BLACK BROTHER?
James W. Gordon 159

ARE LETTERS PATENT GRANTS OF MONOPOLY?
Giles S. Rich  239

EXPANSION OF BANKRUPTCY COURT JURISDICTION AS A MEANS TO PROVIDE MORE ADEQUATE REMEDIES TO VICTIMS OF MASS TORTS
Carl L. Bucki  257

NOTES

CRIMINAL LAW—UNITED STATES v. CANINO AND THE CONTINUING CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE: DO DRUG KINGPINS HAVE A RIGHT TO SPECIFIC JUROR AGREEMENT?
Katherine L. Harvey  271

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—HERNANDEZ v. NEW YORK: DID THE SUPREME COURT INTEND TO OVERRULE BATSON’S STANDARD OF “RACIALLY NEUTRAL”?
Cheryl A. O’Brien 315

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—FIRST AMENDMENT—A POST-SABLE LOOK AT INDECENT SPEECH ON THE AIRWAVES AND OVER THE TELEPHONE LINES
Theresa M. Sheehan  347

CRIMINAL LAW—SIFTING THROUGH THE “MIXTURE” PROBLEM TO DETERMINE A DRUG OFFENDER’S SENTENCE
Lisa Anne Bongiovi  395

1992

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLE

CODIFICATION OF SUPPLEMENTAL JURISDICTION: ANATOMY OF A LEGISLATIVE PROPOSAL
Arthur D. Wolf  1 

NOTES

TAX LAW—THE 1984 AMENDMENT TO I.R.C. section 152(e): DID CONGRESS INTEND TO PREEMPT A STATE COURT'S AUTHORITY TO ALLOCATE THE DEPENDENT CHILD EXEMPTION?
Rodney V. Nutt  59

FAMILY LAW—THE SUBSTANTIAL RELATIONSHIP TEST: THE PUTATIVE FATHER GAINS STANDING TO REBUT THE PRESUMPTION OF LEGITIMACY—C.C. v. A.B.
T. Carmen Loconto
  79

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—APPLICATION OF THE HARMLESS ERROR RULE TO MIRANDA VIOLATIONS
John J. Henry  109


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ARTICLES

DROIT D'AUTEUR VERSUS THE ECONOMICS OF COPYRIGHT: IMPLICATIONS FOR AMERICAN LAW OF ACCESSION TO THE BERNE CONVENTION
Christine L. Chinni  145

WOMEN, LAW, AND ETHICS
Bertha D. Josephson  175

NOTES

FEDERAL JURISDICTION—THE SECOND CIRCUIT'S COMPETITIVE ADVOCATE STANDING THEORY: PUBLIC OR PRIVATE MODEL THEORY? A CALL FOR CHOICE
Peter M. Seka  185

BANKRUPTCY LAW—AVOIDANCE OF DIVORCE LIENS UNDER SECTION 522(f)(1) OF THE BANKRUPTCY CODE: ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE AND DIVORCE
Gail P. Ferris  221

IMMIGRATION LAW—FLORES v. MEESE: A LOST OPPORTUNITY TO RECONSIDER THE PLENARY POWER DOCTRINE IN IMMIGRATION DECISIONS
Denise M. Fabiano  257

1991

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ARTICLE

CITIZEN SUITS AFTER HALLSTROM: CAN A PLAINTIFF AVOID DISMISSAL AFTER FAILING TO GIVE SIXTY DAYS' NOTICE?
Robert D. Snook  1

NOTES AND COMMENTS

CRIMINAL LAW—WHOSE HEAD IS IN THE SAND? PROBLEMS WITH THE USE OF THE OSTRICH INSTRUCTION IN CONSPIRACY CASES
Christine L. Chinni  35

CORPORATE LAW—A SNAPSHOT OF THE TAKEOVER DECADE: POLAROID CORP. v. DISNEY — WHETHER A TARGET CORPORATION HAS THIRD PARTY STANDING TO ASSERT A VIOLATION OF THE ALL-HOLDERS RULE
Joseph Kershenbaum
  63

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—FIRST AMENDMENT — A "RATIONAL INTERPRETATION" OF MASSON v. NEW YORKER MAGAZINE, INC.
Maureen E. Walsh  127


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COMMENTARY

THE LOCKE REPUBLICAN DEBATE AND THE PARADOX OF PROPERTY RIGHTS IN EARLY AMERICAN JURISPRUDENCE
David Schultz  155

NOTES AND COMMENTS 

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—A STRUGGLE BETWEEN THE PRESUMPTION OF CORRECTNESS AFFORDED STATUTORY PRECEDENTS AND DEFERENCE TO FEDERAL AGENCIES 
Martha Allard  189

CIVIL PROCEDURE—IN FORMA PAUPERIS EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION PLAINTIFFS AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT: ESCAPING THE 15(c) TRAP  Sandra L. Cordes-Vaughn  225

IMMIGRATION LAW—DEPORTING ALIENS IN ABSENTIA: BALANCING THE ALIEN'S RIGHT TO BE PRESENT VERSUS THE COURT'S NEED TO AVOID UNNECESSARY DELAYS 
Timothy W. Murphy  269

1990

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COMMENTARY

OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT DURING THE REAGAN ADMINISTRATION--PART I
G. Kevin Jones  1

COMMENT

TAX LAW—AVAILABILITY OF THE INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT TO NONCORPORATE LESSORS UNDER THE SHORT-TERM LEASE TEST OF I.R.C. SECTION 46(e)(3)(B) AFTER MCNAMARA v. COMMISSIONER AND CONNOR v. COMMISSIONER
Gail M. Corbett  75
 

NOTES

CRIMINAL LAW—PRETEXTUAL ARRESTS AND ALTERNATIVES TO THE OBJECTIVE TEST
Robert D. Snook  105

DISCRIMINATION LAW—IMPERMISSIBLE USE OF THE BUSINESS NECESSITY DEFENSE AND THE BONA FIDE OCCUPATIONAL QUALIFICATION
Jean Fielding  135


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ARTICLE

RISK ALLOCATION FOR COMPUTER SYSTEM SECURITY BREACHES: POTENTIAL LIABILITY FOR PROVIDERS OF COMPUTER SERVICES
Cheryl S. Massingale and A. Faye Borthick  167

NOTES AND COMMENTS 

TAX LAW—I.R.C. SECTION 2032A SPECIAL USE VALUATION: ESTATE OF THOMPSON v COMMISSIONER, 864 F.2D 1128 (4th Cir. 1989) 
Carol M. Currie  195

FEDERAL COURTS—CERTIFICATION BEFORE FACIAL INVALIDATION: A RETURN TO FEDERALISM
Beth A. Hardy  217

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—FEDERAL RULE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 6(e): CRIMINAL OR CIVIL CONTEMPT FOR VIOLATIONS OF GRAND JURY SECRECY?
Janice S. Peterson  245

1989

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COMMENTARY

LIMITING DIRECTOR'S LIABILITY: THE CASE FOR A MORE BALANCED APPROACH—THE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PROJECT ALTERNATIVE
Robert B. Titus  1

COMMENTS

LABOR LAW—THE RAILWAY LABOR ACT:  THE EMPLOYEE'S RIGHT TO MINORITY UNION REPRESENTATION AT COMPANY-LEVEL GRIEVANCE HEARINGS
Fernando A. Ruiz  27

DISCRIMINATION LAW—STATUTORY PROTECTION FOR VOLUNTEERS AGAINST DISCRIMINATION: QUINNIPIAC COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, INC. v. COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND OPPORTUNITIES, 204 CONN. 287, 528 A.2d 352 (1987)
Diane C. Desautels  93

DISCRIMINATION LAW—DEFINING THE HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT CLAIM OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT UNDER TITLE VII
Barbara L. Zalucki  143

NOTE

TAX LAW—THE DEVELOPMENT OF AND DIGRESSION FROM SECTION 105(c) OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE
Brendan M. Fox  179


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ARTICLE

CONSOLIDATING THE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION HEARING  AND TRIAL: CHANGING THE RULES IN THE MIDDLE OF THE GAME
Arthur D. Wolf and Murry Brower  209

COMMENTS 

TITLE VII—THE DOCTRINE OF LACHES AS A DEFENSE TO PRIVATE PLAINTIFF TITLE VII EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CLAIMS
Ellen N. Derrig  235

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—AFTER UNITED STATES v. KLUBOCK: CAN MASSACHUSETTS' NEW ETHICAL RULE CURB THE PRACTICE OF SUBPOENAING THE ATTORNEYS OF GRAND JURY TARGETS?
Katherine A. Robertson  283

LABOR LAW—THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD'S JURISDICTIONAL POWER OVER HANDICAPPED EMPLOYEES IN SHELTERED WORKSHOPS
Catherine A. Bean  347

NOTE

TRADE REGULATION—THE "BONA FIDE OFFER" OF SALE REQUIREMENT IN THE PETROLEUM MARKETING PRACTICES ACT: SLATKY v. AMOCO OIL CO.
Janet Hetherwick Pumphrey
 389

1988

ISSUE 1

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IN MEMORIAM: JOHN J. O'CONNOR, JR.  1

TENTH ANNIVERSARY ADDRESS

TEN YEARS LATER
William H. Abrashkin  3

ARTICLE

PHYSICIAN IMMUNITY UNDER THE MASSACHUSETTS TORT CLAIMS ACT: A TEST WITHOUT DIRECTION
Teri Skladany  5

REVIEW ESSAY

AN INTRODUCTION TO CONVENTIONALISM
Dennis M. Patterson  43

NOTES

CRIMINAL LAW—THE INEVITABLE DISCOVERY EXCEPTION TO THE EXCLUSIONARY RULE—THE SEARCH FOR ITS PRINCIPLED APPLICATION TO PREWARRANT EVIDENCE 
Gordon D. Quinn   59

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—ASSESSING THE MEDIA'S RIGHT: COPYING AUDIO AND VIDEO TAPES PLAYED AS EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL TRIALS
James K. Foster  99

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—FIRST AMENDMENT—WHEN CONCEPTS COLLIDE: DISPLAY PROVISIONS AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
Samuel D. Friedlander  133

COMMENTARY

PERCEPTIONS OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION 
Dolores K. Sloviter  175
 

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COMMENTS

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—JURISDICTIONAL AUTHORITY OF THE PROVIDER REIMBURSEMENT REVIEW BOARD
Kathleen A. Carrigan  183

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION: EXCLUSIVE ADJUDICATION OF CREDITOR CLAIMS IN RECEIVERSHIP PROCEEDINGS
Sidney Mannheim Jubien  227

ERISA—EXCEPTIONS TO THE ANTI-ALIENATION PROVISION: STRENTHENING ERISA'S PROTECTION THROUGH A FRAUD AMENDMENT
Michael Alan Frazee  317

NOTES

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—INTERPRETING 30 U.S.C. SECTION 902(f)(2): WHAT ARE THE "CRITERIA" OF THE BLACK LUNG AMENDMENT OF 1977?
Richard A. Vassallo  359

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE EIGHTH AMENDMENT AS APPLIED TO RICO CRIMINAL FORFEITURE—United States v. Busher, 817 F.2d 1409 (9th Cir. 1987)
John L. Roberts  393

1987

ISSUE 1

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FOREWORD: INTRODUCTION TO "THE SILENT WORLD OF DOCTOR AND PATIENT"
Alexander M. Capron  1

ARTICLES

AGAMEMNON'S FATE AND THE MEDICAL PROFESSION
Thomas P. Duffy  21

ON KNOWING ONE'S CHAINS AND DECKING THEM WITH FLOWERS: LIMITS ON PATIENT AUTONOMY IN "THE SILENT WORLD OF DOCTOR AND PATIENT"
Charles H. Baron  31

CAN WE TALK?  A REVIEW OF JAY KATZ, THE SILENT WORLD OF DOCTOR AND PATIENT
Arthur Caplan  43

SELF-DETERMINATION AND MORAL RESPONSIBILITY
Arthur J. Dyck  53

INFORMED CONSENT IN OBSTETRICS: SOME SPECIAL PROBLEMS
Nancy K. Rhoden  67

DEATH AND THE MAGIC MACHINE: INFORMED CONSENT TO THE ARTIFICIAL HEART 
George J. Annas  89

SEQUENTIAL DOMINATION, AUTONOMY AND LIVING WILLS
Sandra H. Johnson  113

LAWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL AUTONOMY: REFLECTIONS ON CORPORATE LAWYERING AND THE DOCTRINE OF INFORMED CONSENT
Mark Spiegel  139

MEDICAL DECISIONMAKING FOR INCOMPETENT PERSONS: THE MASSACHUSETTS SUBSTITUTED JUDGMENT MODEL
Sean M. Dunphy and John H. Cross  153

INFORMED CONSENT FOR THE MAN ON THE CLAPHAM OMNIBUS: AN ENGLISH CURE FOR "THE AMERICAN DISEASE"?
Frances H. Miller  169

SCOTT v. BRADFORD, 606 P.2d 554 (Okla. 1979)
191

MANY SILENT WORLDS
Martha Minow  197

EPILOGUE: PHYSICIAN-PATIENT ENCOUNTERS "ON A DARKLING PLAIN"
Jay Katz  207

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NOTES

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—DECISIONMAKER BIAS AND THE PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS RIGHTS OF WITHDRAWING EMPLOYERS UNDER THE MPPAA
Craig A. Raabe  227

TAX LAW—THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE: INTERPRETING THE "HASKELL AMENDMENT" TO 26 U.S.C. SECTION 6103—DEFINING "RETURN INFORMATION"
Elena M. Gervino  269

LABOR LAW—THE ST. FRANCIS II DISPARITY OF INTERESTS TEST—IS IT NECESSARY?
William F. Donahue  303

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—DEFINING THE CIA'S "INTELLIGENCE SOURCES" AS AN EXEMPTION TO THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT— CIA v. Sims, 471 U.S. 159 (1985)
Jeffrey R. Godley  333

TORT LAW—FORECASTS FOR DISCRETION: AN ANALYSIS OF THE BROWN AND EKLOF DECISIONS—Brown v. United States, 790 F.2d 199 (1st Cir. 1986), cert. denied, 107 S. Ct. 938 (1987); Eklof Marine Corp. v. United States, 762 F.2d 200 (2d Cir. 1985)
Martin D. Auffredou  361

TORT LAW—THE LOCALITY RULE IN LEGAL MALPRACTICE LITIGATION: AN INAPPROPRIATE METHOD OF DEFINING THE REQUIRED STANDARD OF CARE—Ruso v. Griffin, 147 Vt. 20, 510 A.2d 436 (1986)
John R. Skelton  395

1986

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

A TRIBUTE TO DEAN CHARLES CLASON
Jeffrey E. Levine  1

USING YOUR LAW DEGREE PROUDLY
Norman Dorsen  5

THE HEAT IS ON: THERMOGRAMS AS EVIDENCE UNDER THE FRYE STANDARD
Alan R. Goodman and Patricia A. Zak  13

STEPPARENT ADOPTION AND INHERITANCE: A SUGGESTED REVISION OF UNIFORM PROBATE CODE SECTION 2-109
Cathy J. Jones  53

NOTE

CRIMINAL LAW—THE EMERGENCY EXCEPTION TO MIRANDA v. ARIZONA: A RETROSPECTIVE AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NEW YORK v. QUARLES, 467 U.S. 649, 104 S.Ct. 2626 (1984)
Jeffrey E. Levine  99


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ARTICLE:

NETTING THE OUTSIDER: THE NEED FOR A BROADER RESTATEMENT OF INSIDER TRADING DOCTRINE
Robert B. Titus and Peter G. Carroll  127

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY—DEVELOPMENT OF ADMIRALTY JURISDICTION IN THE UNITED STATES, 1789-1857
William W. Adams  157

CORPORATE LAW—CHIPPING AWAY AT THE DELAWARE BLOCK: A CRITIQUE OF THE DELAWARE BLOCK APPROACH TO VALUATION OF DISSENTERS' SHARES IN APPRAISAL PROCEEDINGS
William S. Allred  191

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE LAW'S STRONGEST PRESUMPTION COLLIDES WITH MANKIND'S STRONGEST BOND: A PUTATIVE FATHER'S RIGHT TO ESTABLISH HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH HIS CHILD
Susan J. Barnes  229

SECURITIES LAW—CONSIDERATION OF TAX BENEFITS IN PRIVATE DAMAGE ACTIONS UNDER RULE 10b-5—SALCER v. ENVICON EQUITIES, 744 F.2d 935 (2d CIR. 1984)
Mark W. Zeno  275

INDEX

1984-1985

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

DUE PROCESS, FUNDAMENTAL FAIRNESS, AND CONDUCT THAT SHOCKS THE CONSCIENCE: THE RIGHT NOT TO BE ENTICED OR INDUCED TO CRIME BY GOVERNMENT AND ITS AGENTS
Edward G. Mascolo  1

NOTES 

MARITIME/CRIMINAL LAW—THE MARITIME EXCEPTION TO THE FOURTH AMENDMENT REQUIREMENT FOR A WARRANT AND PROBABLE CAUSE—United States v. Vilamonte-Marquez, 103 S.Ct. 2573 (1983)
Michael J. Devine  55

TAX LAW—THE TAXATION OF DAMAGES RECEIVED IN AN ACTION FOR DEFAMATION: DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN INJURY TO PROFESSIONAL REPUTATION AND INJURY TO PERSONAL REPUTATION—Roemer v. Commissioner, 716 F.2d 693 (9th Cir. 1983) 
Irve J. Goldman  79

CONFLICT OF LAWS—TORT CHOICE OF LAW PRINCIPLES APPLIED TO A BREACH OF WARRANTY CLAIM IN Cohen v. McDonnell Douglas Corp., 389 Mass. 327, 450 N.E.2d 581 (1983)
Kirby G. Huget  95

SECURITIES REGULATION—THE DUTY TO DISCLOSE UNDER THE SECURTIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION'S SECTION 10(b) AND RULE 10b-5—Moss v. Morgan Stanley, Inc. 719 F.2d 5 (2d Cir. 1983)
Susan J. Lacy  111

MEDICAL LAW—THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ANTIPSYCHOTIC DRUG TREATMENT: SUBSTANTIVE RIGHTS AND PROCEDURAL GUIDELINES IN MASSACHUSETTS—Rogers v. Commissioner of the Mental Health Department, 390 Mass. 489, 458 N.E.2d 308 (1983)
Katherine E. Perrelli  125
 

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ARTICLES

AN ANALYSIS OF THE "NO-STRIKE CLAUSE" IN CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS
Richard D. O'Connor and Frederick L. Dorsey  147

PRELIMINARY INJUNCTIONS: THE VARYING STANDARDS
Arthur D. Wolf  173

NOTES

TORT LAW—MUNICIPAL LIABILITY FOR NEGLIGENT ENFORCEMENT OF DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED STATUTES: MASSACHUSETTS LEADS THE WAY IN Irwin v. Town of Ware, 392 Mass. 745, 467 N.E.2d (1984) 
Marc Elliott  239

TAX LAW—FUNDAMENTAL INCONSISTENCY: THE TAX BENEFIT RULE—Hillsboro National Bank v. Commissioner, 103 S.Ct. 1134 (1983)
Martin J. Jennings, Jr.  265

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—JURISDICTION, CLASS ACTION, INJUNCTIVE RELIEF, AND NONACQUIESCENCE—Lopez v. Heckler, 104 S.Ct. 221 (1984)  
Robert Meeropol  277

RECENT DECISIONS

Commonwealth v. Cass, 392 Mass. 799, 467 N.E.2d 1324 (1984)
Peter G. Carroll  309

In re Jadd, 391 Mass. 227, 461 N.E.2d 760 (1984)
Bruce Cheriff  319

Commonwealth v. Maguire, 392 Mass. 466, 467 N.E.2d 112 (1984)
Kevin C. McGee  327

Bratt v. International Buisness Machines, 392 Mass. 508, 467 N.E.2d 126 (1984)
Howard A. Nunes  337

Pellegrino v. O'Neill, 193 Conn. 670, 480 A.2d 476 (1984)
Walter E. Paulekas  347

Commonwealth v. Walker, 392 Mass. 152, 466 N.E.2d 71 (1984)
David W. Schoolcraft  357

Kelly's Case, 17 Mass. App. Ct. 727, 462 N.E.2d 348 (1984)
Eileen Sorrentino  365

Commonwealth v. Neal, 392 Mass. 1, 464 N.E.2d 1356 (1984)
Nancy L. Winkelman  377

RECENT STATUTE

PRISON OVERCROWDING: THE CONNECTICUT RESPONSE
Raymond J. Reed  389

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ARTICLES 

THE CHALLENGE OF COMPUTER LAW
Robert P. Bigelow  397

SOFTWARE PROTECTION: THE 1985 PERSPECTIVE 
David Bender  405

SECTION 117 OF THE COPYRIGHT ACT: CHARTER OF THE SOFTWARE USERS' RIGHTS OR AN ILLUSORY PROMISE?
Richard H. Stern  459

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS AND CONSULTING ARRANGEMENTS:  A STRUCTURE FOR ENFORCEABILITY AND PRACTICALITY
Mark L. Gordon and Steven B. Starr  487

PERFORMANCE CLAIMS IN THE SALE OF COMPUTERS
Edward C. Saltzberg and Brian E. Heffernan  529

LEGAL ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC BULLETIN BOARD ACTIVITIES
John T. Soma, Paula J. Smith, and Robert D. Sprague  571

COMPUTER CRIME UPDATE: THE VIEW AS WE EXIT 1984
Jay BloomBecker  627

FINANCIAL AND TAX ACCOUNTING FOR COMPUTER SOFTWARE
Robert W. McGee  651

SOFTWARE ACCOUNTING POLICY: DOES IT MATTER?
Robert W. McGee  705

PERSONAL PRIVACY AND THE "1984" SYNDROME
Toby Solomon  753

BOOK REVIEWS

IRVING J. SLOAN: THE COMPUTER AND THE LAW
Valerie Alexander  791

RICHARD RAYSMAN AND PETER BROWN: COMPUTER LAW: DRAFTING AND NEGOTIATING FORMS AND AGREEMENTS
Dennis Caraher  801

NOTES

CRIMINAL LAW—CONNECTICUT ADOPTS COMPREHENSIVE COMPUTER CRIME LEGISLATION: PUBLIC ACT 84-2061 
William S. Allred  807

CRIMINAL LAW—THEFT OF USE OF COMPUTER SERVICES —State v. McGraw, __  Ind. App. __, 459 N.E.2d 61 (1984)
Ann C. Hansen  823

COPYRIGHT LAW—THE EXTENSION OF COPYRIGHT PROTECTION TO COMPUTER OPERATING PROGRAMS—Apple Computer v. Franklin Computer, Copyright L. Rep. (CCH) 25565, 18337, 18345, 219 U.S.P.Q. (BNA) 113, 119 (3d Cir. August 30, 1983)
Richard G. Weber  829

INDEX

INDEX  847

ISSUE 4

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ARTICLES

FEAR OF FUTURE DISABILITY—AN ELEMENT OF DAMAGES IN A PERSONAL INJURY ACTION
Dale P. Faulkner and Kerin M. Woods  865

COMMENTS

SPOUSAL DISINHERITANCE: THE NEW YORK SOLUTION--A CRITIQUE OF FORCED SHARE LEGISLATION
Marie Falsey  881

SUCCESSOR CORPORATE LIABILITY FOR IMPROPER DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE
John C. Solomon  909

NOTES

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—ELECTRIC UTILITY RATE REGULATION: REGULATING THE SHOCK: ABANDONMENT OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANT CONSTRUCTION—Attorney General v. Department of Public Utilities, 390 Mass. 208, 455 N.E.2d 414 (1983)
Christine G. Brown  923

MUNICIPAL FINANCE—CORPORATE SECURITIES: THE EYE OF A STORM—Chemical Bank v. Washington Public Power Supply System, 99 Wash. 2d 772, 666 P.2d 329 (1983)
John J. Ferriter  949

LAND USE LAW—PROPERTY RIGHTS: LOST AND FOUND: EMINENT DOMAIN v. POLICE POWER—Annicelli v. Town of South Kingstown, __ R.I. __ 463 A.2d 133 (1983)
Pauline W. Kozuch  963

MEDICAL LAW—UNMEDICATED DEFENDANTS: THE TWO-PRONGED DILEMMA—Commonwealth v. Louraine, 390 Mass. 28, 453 N.E.2d 437 (1983)
Robin L. Oaks  995

1983-1984

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE INTERPRETATIONS OF STATUTES
Claude T. Coffman  1

DEFERENCE TO ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES IN FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH, AND SAFETY LITIGATION—THOUGHTS ON VARYING JUDICIAL APPLICATION OF THE RULE
Donald W. Stever, Jr.  35

COMMENT

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST IN REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS: DUAL REPRENSENTATION—LAWYERS STRETCHING THE RULES 
Gail S. Shaulys  73

NOTES 

MORTGAGES—DUE-ON-SALE CLAUSES ENFORCEABLE IN ALL MORTGAGES: FEDERAL PREEMPTION.  GARN-ST. GERMAIN DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS ACT OF 1982, PUB. L. NO. 97-320, SECTIONS 101-807, SECTION 341, 96 STAT. 1469, 1505 (1982)
Patrick G. Alair  127 

CRIMINAL LAW—JUDICIAL RESENTENCING OF OFFENDERS AFTER SERVICE HAS COMMENCED—State v. Hunter, 447 A.2d 797 (Maine 1982)
Darlene E. Gerry  147

TORT AND PROPERTY LAW—THE MASSACHUSETTS SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT SOUNDS THE DEATH KNELL FOR SECTION 14—Simon v. Solomon, 385 Mass 91, 431 N.E.2d 556 (1982)
Melinda Wilkins Hunkins  169

CIVIL RIGHTS ACT—BYPASSING THE HEART OF Newport v. Fact Concerts, Inc., 453 U.S. 247 (1981)—OBTAINING PUNITIVE DAMAGES FROM MUNICIPALITIES FOR CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
Marcia E. Prussel  193

COPYRIGHT LAW—VIDEOTAPING LIVE TELEVISION NEWS BROADCASTS FOR COMMERCIAL PURPOSES—WXIA-TV v. Duncan, 8 Media L. Rep. (BNA) 2075 (N.D.Ga. June 28, 1982)
Joan C. Steiger  225

Recent Decisions

Holmes v. Preferred Properties, Inc., 190 Conn. 808, 462 A.2d 1057 (1983)
Michael Auger  245

Commonwealth v. Kater, 388 Mass. 519, 447 N.E.2d  1190 (1983)
Patricia J. Nowak  253

Commonwealth v. Schulze, 389 Mass. 735, 452 N.E.2d 216 (1983)
Robin L. Oaks  259

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ARTICLES

UNEQUAL JUSTICE UNDER LAW: AN ANALYSIS OF INDIGENTS IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM—THE INDIANA EXPERIENCE
Ivan E. Bodensteiner, Jeffrey S. Bork, and Seymour H. Moskowitz  263

PROBABLE CAUSE REVISTED: SOME DISTURBING IMPLICATIONS EMANATING FROM Illinois v. Gates
Edward G. Mascolo  331

COMMENT

LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTS: MEDICARE AND HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS' ANTI-UNIONIZATION COSTS—TO REIMBURSE OR NOT TO REIMBURSE—SECTION 107 OF TEFRA
Burt Cohen  415

NOTES

FAMILY LAW—In re Department of Public Welfare, 1981 Mass. Adv. Sh. 1157, 421 N.E. 2d 28
Nancy B. Alisberg  447

LEGISLATION—IMPLIED CONSENT LEGISLATION IN DRUNK DRIVING CASES: THE CASE FOR REPEAL—People v. Moselle, People v. Daniel, People v. Wolter, 57 N.Y.2d 97, 439 N.E.2d 1235, 454 N.Y.S.2d 292 (1982)
Donna J. Arnold  465

TORT LAW—THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM'S WRONGFUL CONCEPTION OF "WRONGFUL LIFE"—Turpin v. Sortini, 31 Cal.3d 220, 643 P.2d 954, 182 Cal. Rptr. 337 (1982)  
Dawn E. Currier  493

CIVIL LAW—SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS—PARENT AND CHILD LIABILITY: IS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT VIOLATED?—Spence v. Gormley, 387 Mass. 258, 439 N.E.2d 741 (1982)
Ina A. Forman  511

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE "ABORTED" EVOLUTION OF FETAL RIGHTS AFTER Roe v. Wade—Douglas v. Town of Hartford, 542 F. Supp. 1267 (D. Conn. 1982)
Nancy Jo Linck  535

ELECTION LAW—DRAFT COMMITTEES: A LOOPHOLE IN THE FEDERAL ELECTION LAWS—Federal Election Commission v. Florida for Kennedy Committee, 681 F.2d 1281 (11th Cir. 1982)
Kenneth R. Plumb  555
 

ISSUE 3

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FOREWORD: "THIS YEAR'S REFORM IS NEXT YEAR'S NEED FOR REFORM"
Nahum Litt  587

ARTICLES 

CONTEXTS AND CONTENTS OF "FOR GOOD CAUSE" AS CRITERION FOR REMOVAL OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES: LEGAL AND POLICY FACTORS
Victor G. Rosenblum  593

THE CENTRAL PANEL SYSTEM AND THE DECISIONMAKING INDEPENDENCE OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES: LESSONS FOR A PROPOSED FEDERAL PROGRAM 
Malcom C. Rich  643

THE 1981 MODEL STATE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE ACT: THE IMPACT ON CENTRAL PANEL STATES
Duane R. Harves  661

ESTABLISHING FEDERAL ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES AS AN INDEPENDENT CORPS: THE HEFLIN BILL
Victor W. Palmer and Edwin S. Bernstein  673

A UNIFIED CORPS OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES—THE TRANSITION FROM A CONCEPT TO AN EVENTUAL REALITY
Michel Levant  705

A UNIFIED CORPS OF FEDERAL ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES IS NOT NEEDED
Norman Zankel  723

AN EXAMINATION OF THE PROPOSED "CLOSED RECORD" ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE HEARING IN THE SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY PROGRAM
Frank R. Lindh  745

THE ROLE OF THE ARTICLE I "TRIAL JUDGE"
Edward F. Lussier  775

HOW NECESSARY IS THE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE?
Gerald Harwood  793

DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS AGAINST FEDERAL ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES
James P. Timony  807

BOOK REVIEW

MASHAW, BUREAUCRATIC JUSTICE: MANAGING SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY CLAIMS
Richard I. Greenberg  829

NOTES

ETHICS—A PROPOSAL FOR JUDICIAL CONDEMNATION OF ATTORNEY-CLIENT LIFE STORY FEE AGREEMENTS—Maxwell v. Superior Court, 30 Cal.3d 606, 180 Cal. Rptr. 177, 639 P.2d 248 (1982)
Laura L. Higgins  851

ANTITRUST LAW—SIGNAL-PENETRATION OR STATION-LOCATION: THE SCOPE OF THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE'S TELEVISION BLACKOUT ANTITRUST EXEMPTION—WTWV v. National Football League, 678 F.2d 142 (11th Cir. 1982)
Ronald L. Waldman  877

TORT LAW—TELEVIOLENCE: SHOULD BROADCASTERS BE LIABLE? DeFilippo v. National Broadcasting Co., __R.I. __, 446 A.2d 1036 (1982)
Laura Fredricks  897

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ARTICLE

REGULATING THE QUALITY OF EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL TRIALS: A COMMENTARY ON MASSACHUSETTS RULE 25
John M. Thompson  917

NOTES

TORT LAW—EMOTIONAL DISTRESS AND WRONGFUL LIFE CLAIMS IN DES LITIGATION: INJURY WITHOUT REMEDY—Payton v. Abbott Laboratories, 386 Mass. 540, 437 N.E.2d 171 (1982)
Nancy E. Laffey  1037

TORT LAW—MUNICIPAL LIABILITY FOR POLICE HANDLING OF INTOXICATED DRIVERS—Shore v. Town of Stonington, 187 Conn. 147, 444 A.2d 1380 (1982)
Ronald Piombino  1059

CRIMINAL LAW—THE UNCERTAIN STATUS OF THE FELONY-MURDER RULE IN MASSACHUSETTS AFTER Commonwealth v. Matchett, 386 Mass. 492, 436 N.E.2d 400 (1982)
Michael G. Rikard  1081

EVIDENCE—THE SOCIAL WORKER-CLIENT PRIVILEGE—Commonwealth v. Collett, 387 Mass. 424, 439 N.E.2d 1223 (1982)
Susan Starobin  1103

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFITS AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT: PERPETUATING THE TENSION? Thomas v. Review Board, 450 U.S. 707 (1981)
Mark D. Vasington  1131

1982-1983

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD v. J. WEINGARTEN, INC.—AN OVERVIEW OF THE DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF THE NLRA SECTION 7 RIGHT TO REPRESENTATION
John H. Fanning  1

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—RIGHT OF PRIVACY—CONSENSUAL SODOMY AND THE CHOICE OF A MORAL DOCTRINE: NEW YORK'S PERMISSIVE POSITION—People v. Onofre, 51 N.Y.2d 476, 415 N.E.2d 936, 434 N.Y.S.2d 947 (1980), cert. denied, 451 U.S. 987 (1981)
Douglas Everett Schwartz  75

COPYRIGHT LAW—WILL THE DENIAL OF COPYRIGHT TO AN AUTHOR'S RESEARCH IMPEDE SCHOLARSHIP? MILLER v. UNIVERSAL CITY STUDIOS, INC., 605 F.2d 1365 (5th Cir. 1981)
Tim Suich  103

FAMILY LAW—COURT-ORDERED SURGERY FOR THE PROTECTION OF A VIABLE FETUS—Jefferson v. Griffin Spalding County Hospital Authority, 247 Ga. 86, 274 S.E.2d 457 (1981)
Richard L. Manner  125

BOOK REVIEW

PAUL J. LIACOS: HANDBOOK OF MASSACHUSETTS EVIDENCE
Michael G. West and Joseph H. Reinhardt  149


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In Memorium

IN MEMORIUM: GEORGE THOMPSON
The Board of Editors

GEORGE THOMPSON
Philip W. Bouchard  155

GEORGE THOMPSON
Eugene N. Hanson  157

GEORGE THOMPSON
John J. O'Connor, Jr.  159

ARTICLES

FOREIGN INVESTORS REAL PROPERTY TAX ACT: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND CRITICAL EVALUATION
William D. Metzger  161

AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF COMPULSORY LICENSING IN COPYRIGHT LAW
Robert Stephen Lee  203

NOTES

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—JURY INSTRUCTION ON THE FAILURE OF AN ACCUSED TO TESTIFY: A DEFENSE STRATEGY—Carter v. Kentucky, 450 U.S. 288 (1981)
Patti Lee Hakes  227

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—SOLITARY CONFINEMENT: DUE PROCESS LIBERTY INTERESTS—Gibson v. Lynch, 652 F.2d 348 (3d Cir. 1981)
Theresa A. St. Helaire  247

EVIDENCE—SAFEGUARDING ADMISSIBILITY OF HYPNOTICALLY ENHANCED TESTIMONY—State v. Hurd, 86 N.J. 525, 432 A.2d 86 (1981)
Robert E. Salad  281

LABOR LAW—ACCESS TO BULLETIN BOARDS—Teamsters, Local 515 (Roadway Express), 248 N.L.R.B. 83 (1980),  enforcement denied sub nom., Helton v. NLRB, 656 F.2d 883 (D.C. Cir. 1981)
Eileen S. Baird  297


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PREFACE
Robert T. Stafford  319

INTRODUCTION
Gunnar Dybwad  323

ARTICLES

RIGHTS AND DIGNITY: CONGRESS, THE SUPREME COURT, AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AFTER PENNHURST
David A. Ferleger and
Patrice Maguire Scott  327

A FREE APPROPRIATE PUBLIC EDUCATION
Henry A. Beyer  363

AVAILABILITY OF ATTORNEY FEES IN SUITS TO ENFORCE THE EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS OF CHILDREN WITH HANDICAPS
Ivan E. Bodensteiner  391

GROUP HOMES FOR PERSONS WITH HANDICAPS: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAW
Matthew B. Bogin  423

THE DUTY TO PREVENT HANDICAPS: LAWS PROMOTING THE PREVENTION OF HANDICAPS TO NEWBORNS
Jeffrey A. Parness  431

ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS: A PRESPECTIVE ON PROGRESS
Charles D. Goldman  465

FINANCIAL AND ESTATE PLANNING FOR PARENTS OF A CHILD WITH HANDICAPS
Charles G. Davis  495

NOTES

DISABILITY LAW—THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED ASSISTANCE AND BILL OF RIGHTS ACT IS ALIVE AND WELL IN NEW HAMPSHIRE—Developmental Disabilities Advocacy Center, Inc. v. Melton, 689 F.2d 281 (1st Cir. 1982)
Nancy B. Alisberg  537

MASSACHUSETTS LAW—THE SUBSTITUTED JUDGMENT DOCTRINE EXPANDS BEYOND LIFE PROLONGING DECISIONS—In re Guardianship of Roe, 1981 Mass Adv. Sh. 981, 421 N.E.2d 40 (1981)
Michael J. Stebbins  565

BOOK REVIEWS

STANLEY S. HERR, STEPHEN ARONS, AND RICHARD E. WALLACE, JR.: LEGAL RIGHTS AND MENTAL HEALTH CARE
Robert D. Fleischner  589

BRUCE DENNIS SALES, MATTHEW POWELL, RICHARD VAN DUIZEND: DISABLED PERSONS AND THE LAW: STATE LEGISLATIVE ISSUES
Stanley S. Herr  595


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ARTICLES 

PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS AND THE RIGHT TO APPOINTED COUNSEL IN CIVIL CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS
Edward G. Mascolo  601

THE RAZOR'S EDGE OF HUMAN BONDING: ARTIFICIAL FATHERS AND SURROGATE MOTHERS
George P. Smith II  639

LAWYER-POLITICIANS IN NEW ENGLAND: AN OVERVIEW OF POLITICS AND PRACTICES
Clyde D. McKee, Jr.  667

COMMENT

THE NON-DELEGATION DOCTRINE AND MASSACHUSETTS PUBLIC EMPLOYEE GRIEVANCE ARBITRATION
Scott C. Thompson  699

NOTES

FAMILY LAW--Petition of the Department of Public Welfare to Dispense with Consent to Adoption, 1981 Mass. Adv. Sh. 1157, 421 N.E.2d 28
originally scheduled to appear in this issue is now scheduled to appear in a later issue

MASSACHUSETTS LAW—RELAXING THE ORGANIZED CRIME REQUIREMENT FOR ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE: A CARTE BLANCHE FOR THE "UNINVITED EAR"? Commonwealth v. Thorpe, 1981 Mass. Adv. Sh. 1827, 424 N.E.2d 250; Commonwealth v. Jarabek, 1981 Mass. Adv. Sh. 1849, 424 N.E.2d 491
William Hewig III  725

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES CLAUSE—Massachusetts Council of Construction Employers, Inc. v. Mayor of Boston, 1981 Mass. Adv. Sh. 2039, 425 N.E.2d 346
John Lauring  763

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW—THE SUPREME COURT LOOKS AT THE "BOTTOM LINE"—Connecticut v. Teal, 457 U.S. 440 (1982)
James P. Rock  785

1981-1982

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

A PARADIGM OF FIRST AMENDMENT DILEMMAS: RESOLVING PUBLIC SCHOOL LIBRARY CENSORSHIP DISPUTES
Leora Harpaz  1

TILTING AT WINDMILLS?  THE MASSACHUSETTS LOW AND MODERATE INCOME HOUSING ACT 
Emily Fabrycki Reed 
105

NOTES

EVIDENCE—AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE ERODED EXCLUSIONARY RULE—FEDERAL RULE OF EVIDENCE 608(b)
Stuart R. Friedman  133

TORT LAW—FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT—ACCRUAL OF MEDICAL MALPRACTICE ACTION—United States v. Kubrick, 444 U.S. 111 (1979)
Robert Muscara  155

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—A MISSED OPPORTUNITY FOR CLARIFICATION OF THE PRIVACY RIGHT—Hollenbaugh v. Carnegie Free Library, 436 F. Supp. 1328 (D. Pa. 1977), cert. denied, 439 U.S. 1052 (1978)
Susan M. Slaff  171


ISSUE 2

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ARTICLES

ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS OF THE FEDERAL LAWYER UPON ENTERING PRIVATE PRACTICE
John P. Graceffa  199

THE ACCIDENT AT THREE MILE ISLAND
Mark P. Widoff  223

RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES IN COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF COAL-BASED FUELS
Joel Zipp and Alison Poccia  239

NOTES

TORT LAW—ABATEMENT & REVIVAL—PROPRIETY OF EXPANDING MASSACHUSETTS SURVIVAL STATUTE TO EMBRACE INTENTIONAL INFLICTION OF EMOTIONAL DISTRESS—Harrison v. Loyal Protective Life Insurance Co., 1979 Mass. Adv. Sh. 2477, 396 N.E.2d 987 
Franklin H. Caplan  261

DISCRIMINATION LAW—TITLE IX AND SEX DISCRIMINATION IN EDUCATIONAL EMPLOYMENT—North Haven Board of Education v. Hufstedler, 629 F.2d 773 (2d Cir. 1980)
Carl T. Holt  287

CRIMINAL LAW—THE FAIR CROSS-SECTION REQUIREMENT: DEFENDANT'S FRIEND OR FOE? Commonwealth v. Bastarache, 1980 Mass. Adv. Sh. 2465, 414 N.E.2d 984
James D. Horwitz  317

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—IS EIGHTH AMENDMENT PROPORTIONALITY APPLICABLE TO MERE LENGTH OF SENTENCE? Rummel v. Estelle, 445 U.S. 263 (1980)
Herbert J. Shepardson  335


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ARTICLES

LONG ARM JURISDICTION AND THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION: THE MASSACHUSETTS EXPERIENCE
Michael G. West and Joseph H. Reinhardt  353

THE CONNECTICUT LAW REVISION COMMISSION REPORT ON PREJUDGMENT DISCLOSURE AND THE ABOLITION OF BODY ATTACHMENT AND BODY EXECUTION
Michael R. Parizo  373

ARRESTING A SUSPECT IN THE HOME OF A THIRD PARTY: THE ISSUE OF STANDING OR LEGITIMATE EXPECTATIONS OF PRIVACY
Edward G. Mascolo  381

COMMENT

ATTORNEY DIRECT MAIL COMMUNICATION: THE KOFFLER COMMERCIAL SPEECH APPROACH 
Joseph H. Reinhardt  397

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE RATIONAL BASIS TEST BECOMES LESS RATIONAL—United States Retirement Board v. Fritz, 449 U.S. 166 (1980) and Schweiker v. Wilson, 450 U.S. 221 (1981)
Dennis Caraher  429

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT: TO SPEAK OR NOT TO SPEAK? Haig v. Agee,  453 U.S. 280 (1981) 
Scott A. Lessne  449

CONFLICT OF LAWS—THE SCOPE OF THE FULL FAITH AND CREDIT CLAUSE IN SUCCESSIVE WORKERS' COMPENSATION AWARDS—Thomas v. Washington Gas Light Co., 448 U.S. 261 (1980) 
John D. Miletti  479

LABOR LAW—NARROWING THE SCOPE OF THE EMPLOYER'S DUTY TO BARGAIN OVER JOB TERMINATION DECISIONS—First National Maintenance Corp. v. NLRB, 452 U.S. 666 (1981) 
Michael P. Sheridan  513

ISSUE 4

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ARTICLES

EXCLUSIONARY ZONING: MOUNT LAUREL—SEMINAL OR TEMPEST-IN-A-TEAPOT
Olan B. Lowrey 541

INCLUSIONARY ZONING: UNFAIR RESPONSE TO THE NEED FOR LOW COST HOUSING
David S. King  597

MASSACHUSETTS WETLANDS AND FLOODPLAINS REVISTED
Alexandra D. Dawson  623

INTERSTATE WATER RIGHTS IN THE CONNECTICUT RIVER: ISSUES RAISED BY THE PROPOSED NORTHFIELD DIVERSION
Charles Stephenson  641

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE CONFLICT BETWEEN MUNICIPAL BILLBOARD ORDINANCES AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT TO FREE SPEECH—Metromedia, Inc. v. City of San Diego, 453 U.S. 490 (1981) 
Claire Saady  685

FEDERAL LAW—THE RIVERS AND HARBORS ACT OF 1899 AND SECTION 1983--GOOD-BYE IMPLIED RIGHTS OF ACTION, HELLO FEDERAL EXPRESS? California v. Sierra Club, 451 U.S. 287 (1981) 
Sheldon Ananian  707

1980-1981

ISSUE 1

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COMMENTARY

"CHILLING JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE"—THE CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCE
Hon. Stanley Mosk  1

THE MASSACHUSETTS ANTITRUST ACT—A GUIDE FOR THE PRIVATE PRACTITIONER
Lois M. Woocher and Paul A. Manoff  11

PARODY AS FREE SPEECH—THE REPLACEMENT OF THE FAIR USE DOCTRINE BY FIRST AMENDMENT PROTECTION
Charles C. Goetsch  39

NOTES

CRIMINAL LAW—PRESUMPTIONS—ABROGATION OF TRIAL BY JURY—County Court of Ulster County v. Allen, 442 U.S. 140 (1979)
Steven A. Bolton  67

ANTITRUST LAW—AN ILLUSORY EXPANSION OF CONSUMER STANDING UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE CLAYTON ACT—Reiter v. Sonotone Corp., 442 U.S. 330 (1979)
Craig Y.  Clark  81

SECURITIES LAW—THE STANDARD OF LIABILITY UNDER RULE 10b-5 IN CASES OF NONDISCLOSURE—Chiarella v. United States, 100 S. Ct. 1108 (1980)
Lynda Godkin  99

NEW JERSEY LAW—"REHABILITATIVE ALIMONY" AS A TOOL FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF SPOUSAL SELF SUPPORT—IS THERE LIFE AFTER ARNOLD?—Arnold v. Arnold,  167 N.J. Super. 478, 401 A.2d 261 (App. Div. 1979)
William M. Rubenstein  127

BOOK REVIEW

AREYEH NEIER: DEFENDING MY ENEMY: AMERICAN NAZIS, THE SKOKIE CASE, AND THE RISKS OF FREEDOM
Peter T. Elikann  145

ISSUE 2

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DEDICATION 
The Board of Editors  153

PREFACE 
Elaine P. Larivier, Editor-in-Chief  155

DEDICATIONS

JUSTICE FRANCIS J. QUIRICO
Justice Paul C. Reardon (Ret.)  159

A TRIBUTE TO JUSTICE FRANCIS J. QUIRICO
Chief Justice Edward F. Hennessey  163

REFLECTIONS ON JUSTICE FRANCIS J. QUIRICO'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
Dierdre H. Harris  165

ARTICLES

DRUG COURIER PROFILES AND AIRPORT STOPS: IS THE SKY THE LIMIT?
Hon. Mark A Costantino, Vito A. Cannavo, and Ann Goldstein  175

CORPORATE LIQUIDATIONS—SECTIONS 336 AND 337 OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE—PARITY BETWEEN A DIRECT SALE OF ASSETS AND A STOCK PURCHASE—ANOTHER LOOK AT TENNESSEE-CAROLINA AND R.M. SMITH
Michael C. Forte 
199

COMMENT

CURBING PROSECUTORIAL ABUSE OF PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES—THE AVAILABLE ALTERNATIVES
Susan L. Larky  223

NOTES

CRIMINAL LAW—PLEA BARGAINING AGREEMENTS—RIGHT TO ENFORCEMENT DERIVED FROM FIFTH AND SIXTH AMENDMENTS—Cooper v. United States, 594 F.2d 12 (4th Cir. 1979)
Paul Briggs  249

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—SEARCH AND SEIZURE—LIMITATION OF THE PARENTAL RIGHT TO CONSENT—In re Scott K., 75 Cal. App 3d 162, 142 Cal. Rptr. 61 (1977) rev'd 24 Cal. 3d 395, 595 P.2d 105, 155 Cal. Rptr. 671, cert. denied, 444 U.S. 973 (1979)
Albert N. Kapin  269

FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS—PUBLIC EMPLOYEES MAY SPEAK A LITTLE EVIL—Givhan v. Western Line Consolidated School District, 439 U.S. 410 (1979)
John A. Koltes, III  289

SAFETY LAW—OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH—THE BENZENE CASE: LIFE, LIBERTY AND THE PURSUIT OF HEALTH—Industrial Union Department, AFL-CIO  v. American Petroleum Institute, 100 S. Ct. 2844 (1980)
Joseph C. Morelli  311

MASSACHUSETTS LAW—LANDLORD-TENANT TORT LAW—AGREEMENT TO INDEMNIFY IMPLIED IN A COMMERCIAL LEASE—AN ANALYSIS OF FUTURE IMPLICATIONS—Great Atlantic & Pacific Co. v. Yanofsky, 1980 Mass. Adv. Sh. 897, 403 N.E.2d 370
Michael B. Powers  353

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ARTICLES

EMERGENCY ARREST IN THE HOME
Edward G. Mascolo  387

REDEFINING THE ADVOCATE'S ROLE: A CONTRACT THEORY OF LEGAL ETHICS
David A. Robinson  409

A DISCOVERY RULE IN MEDICAL MALPRACTICE: MASSACHUSETTS JOINS THE FOLD
David A. Sonenshein  433

COMMENT

JUROR PRIVILEGE: THE ANSWER TO THE IMPEACHMENT PUZZLE?
Lisa A. Prager  447

NOTES

ANTITRUST LAW—PRICE FIXING—RULE OF REASON IN HEALTH CARE—Arizona v. Maricopa County Medical Society, [1980-1] Trade Cases (CCH) ¶ 63,239 (9th Cir. March 20, 1980)
Christopher C. Faille  477

MASSACHUSETTS LAW—WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION—EXPANSION OF EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY TO SPOUSES AND CHILDREN OF INJURED EMPLOYEES—Ferriter v. Daniel O'Connell's Sons, Inc., 1980 Mass Adv. Sh. 2075, 413 N.E. 2d 690
Robert A. Fourniadis  503

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—THE DEMISE OF STANDING TO ASSERT FOURTH AMENDMENT VIOLATIONS—United States v. Salvucci, 448 U.S. 83 (1980)
Katherine E. McMahon  527

FEDERAL COURTS— A DUE PROCESS LIMITATION ON THE SEVENTH AMENDMENT RIGHT TO JURY TRIAL IN COMPLEX CIVIL LITIGATION—In re Japanese Electronic Products Antitrust Litigation, 631 F.2d 1069 (3d Cir. 1980)
Joseph P. Musacchio  547

CRIMINAL LAW—CONFUSION IN THE CONCEPT OF CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY—THE DOCTRINE OF DIMINISHED CAPACITY AND THE USE OF MENTAL IMPAIRMENT TO REDUCE DEGREE OF CONVICTION IN MASSACHUSETTS—Commonwealth v. Gould, 1980 Mass. Adv. Sh. 1253, 405 N.E. 2d 927
James J. Pancotti  583

TORT LAW—GOVERNMENT LIABILITY—STRICT LIABILITY UNDER THE MASSACHUSETTS TORT CLAIMS ACT—Mass. Gen. Laws Ann. ch. 258 (West Cum. Supp. 1981)
Joseph H. Reinhardt  609
 

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ARTICLES

THE SEARCH FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
James R. Coleman  635

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE CRUDE OIL WINDFALL PROFIT TAX ACT OF 1980
David E. Kinnan  645

GRAND JURY DISCRIMINATION CHALLENGES: DEFEAT BY DEFAULT
Martha Stone  665

COMMENT

NONCONSENSUAL STERILIZATION OF THE MENTALLY RETARDED—ANALYSIS OF STANDARDS FOR JUDICIAL DETERMINATIONS
Kathryn Ann Calibey  689

NOTES

INDIAN LAW—STATE JURISDICTION ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS—EFFECTS OF CONCURRENT STATE AND TRIBAL TAXATION ON INDIAN SMOKESHOPS—Washington v. Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation, 447 U.S. 134 (1980)
Ellen C. Brown  715

CRIMINAL LAW—CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS—ROLE OF IN CAMERA HEARING ON THE QUESTION OF DISCLOSURE—State v.Wandix, 590 S.W.2d 82 (Mo. 1979)
Byron D. Caplice  739

CONNECTICUT LAW—DRAM SHOPS—THIRD-PARTY RECOVERY FOR RECKLESS AND WANTON MISCONDUCT—Kowal v. Hofher, 42 Conn. L.J. No. 1, 17 (1980)
Joseph A. Hanofee  769

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—SEARCHING FOR THE PROPER BALANCE IN DEFINING A MIRANDA INTERROGATION: THREE PERSPECTIVES ON Rhode Island v. Innis, 446 U.S. 291 (1980)
Jane Schussler  787

DISCRIMINATION LAW—STANDARDIZED TESTING: WHAT STANDARD IS STANDARD? PASE v. Hannon, 3 EHLR 552:108 (1980)
Peter C. Sipperly  821

1979-1980

ISSUE 1

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ARTICLES

RETHINKING THE LEGAL SYSTEM: A MISSION FOR NEW LAW SCHOOLS
Hon. Jon O. Newman  1

DEBTOR AND CREDITOR CONSUMERS AND THE BANKRUPTCY REFORM ACT
Eugene M. Anderson, Jr.  5

THE PUBLIC UTILITY REGULATORY POLICIES ACT—A CONSUMERS GUIDE TO TITLE I
David Silverstone  25

COMMENTS

STANDING TO SUE IN THE FEDERAL COURTS: CONGRESSIONAL POWER TO REDUCE JUDICIAL BARRIERS TO JUSTICIABILITY
Anne M. Cohen  71

THE COPYRIGHT ACT OF 1976 AND LAW REVIEWS 
Winnie Wellman Zimberlin  87

NOTES 

PATENT LAW—PATENTS AND TRADE SECRETS—DOES FEDERAL LAW PREEMPT STATE LAW? Aronson v. Quick Point Pencil Co., 440 U.S. 257 (1979) 
Marian Solomon Lubinsky  111

PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY—ATTORNEY DISQUALIFICATION—WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC REGENERATES AN OLD IDEA—Westinghouse Electric Corp. v.Kerr-McGee Corp., 580 F.2d 1311 (7th Cir. 1978) 
Joseph John Kempf, Jr.  127

BOOK REVIEW

WILLIAM B. DAVENPORT AND DANIEL R. MURRAY: SECURED TRANSACTIONS
Hon. Ellen A. Peters  153

ISSUE 2

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PREFACE
David S. Poppick  165

INTRODUCTION: A BRIEF GLANCE AT ATTORNEYS' FEES AFTER ALYESKA
Hon. James L. Oakes
  169

ARTICLES

AWARDS OF ATTORNEYS' FEES AGAINST THE UNITED STATES: THE SOVEREIGN IS STILL SOMEWHAT IMMUNE
Henry Cohen  177

PENDENT JURISDICTION, MULTI-CLAIM LITIGATION, AND THE 1976 CIVIL RIGHTS ATTORNEY'S FEES AWARDS ACT
Arthur D. Wolf  193

THE TRUE "AMERICAN RULE": DRAFTING FEE LEGISLATION IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Mary Frances Derfner  251

THE COURTS' DISCRETION IN ASSESSING FEES UNDER THE CIVIL RIGHTS ATTORNEY'S FEES AWARDS ACT OF 1976
Linda F. Thome  283

CALCULATION OF ATTORNEYS' FEES: FRANCHISE AND ANTITRUST RELIEF
Harold Brown  297

ATTORNEYS' FEES AGAINST GOVERNMENT DEFENDANTS: ECONOMICS REQUIRES A NEW PROPOSAL
Mary C. Dunlap  311

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

STRANGULATION OF THE AMERICAN RULE: AN OVERVIEW OF PENDING CONGRESSIONAL ATTORNEYS' FEES LEGISLATION
Leslie A. Williamson, Jr.  321

TITLE VII—ATTORNEYS' FEES FOR PREVAILING AT THE STATE ADMINISTRATIVE LEVEL—TO FEE OR NOT TO FEE? Carey v. New York Gaslight Club, Inc., 598 F.2d 1253 (2d Cir. 1979) 
Leslie A. Williamson, Jr.  347

COMMENT

COURT AWARDED ATTORNEYS' FEES IN MASSACHUSETTS 
Roberta Baker Jones  361

ISSUE 3

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ARTICLES

SECTION 4(f)(2) OF THE AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT ACT: DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLANS
Kenneth S. Cohen  379

COMMENTARY—TOWARD A PHENOMENOLOGY OF CONTRACT ADJUDICATION
Stewart T. Graham, Jr.  453

COMMENT

REEVALUATING SECTION 9-504(2) OF THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE: DEFICIENCY ACTIONS AFTER COMMERCIALLY UNREASONABLE COLLATERAL SALES
Elaine P. Lariviere  493

NOTES

FEDERAL COURTS—JURY TRIALS BEFORE MAGISTRATES—Muhich v. Allen,  603 F.2d 1247 (7th Cir. 1979) 
Salvatore D. Ferlazzo  523

MASSACHUSETTS LAW—SURFACE WATERS—EFFECT OF REASONABLE USE STANDARD ON SURFACE WATER CONTROVERSIES—Tucker v. Badoian, 1977 Mass. App. Ct. Adv. Sh. 1294, 370 N.E.2d 717, aff'd 1978 Mass. Adv. Sh. 3207, 384 N.E.2d 1195 
Marcia Pechenik McCraw  549

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH RELEASE OF NAMES OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE ABORTION PROVIDERS HELD NOT VIOLATIVE OF A PATIENT'S RIGHT OF PRIVACY—Minnesota Medical Association v. State, 274 N.W.2d 84 (Minn. 1978)
Julie Van Wyk  569

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ARTICLES

THE BURGER COURT AND THE MEDIA: A TEN-YEAR PERSPECTIVE
Philip R. Higdon  593

THE FTC FRANCHISE DISCLOSURE RULE AND ITS IMPACT ON CHAPTER 93A OF THE MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS—A SOURCE OF PROTECTION FOR CONSUMER ENTERPRENEURS
L. Seth Stadfeld  681

COMMENT

A FIRST AND NINTH AMENDMENT THEORY OF A RIGHT OF ACCESS TO CRIMINAL TRIALS 
Charles W. Danis, Jr.  723

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—RIGHT TO REFUSE MEDICAL TREATMENT—DECISIONS TO TERMINATE LIFE-PROLONGING TREATMENT FOR INCOMPETENT PATIENTS—In re Spring, No. 2030 (Mass., order of Jan. 14, 1980)
Marian Solomon Lubinsky  759

COMMUNICATIONS LAW—FCC FAIRNESS DOCTRINE PROCEDURES—A COMPLAINANT RUNS AGROUND ON THE COMMISSION'S PROCEDURAL SHOALS—American Security Council Education Foundation v. FCC, 607 F.2d 438 (D.C. Cir. 1979), cert. denied, 100 S. Ct. 662 (1980)
James T. Shaw  775

FEDERAL JURISDICTION—STANDING TO SUE IN FEDERAL COURT: THE DIRECT INJURY STANDARD—Gladstone Realtors v. Village of Bellwood, 441 U.S. 91 (1979)
Vernon Gorton  793

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT—PRIVACY EXEMPTION—HOW SIMILAR IS A "SIMILAR FILE"?—Pacific Molasses Co. v. NLRB Regional Office No. 15, 577 F.2d 1172 (5th Cir. 1978)
Barbara A. Joseph  815

TORT LAW—WRONGFUL BIRTH—EXPANDING DAMAGES IN WRONGFUL BIRTH TORT ACTIONS—Berman v. Allan,  80 N.J. 421, 404 A.2d 8 (1979)
Andrew Rodau  833

BOOK REVIEW

JOHN R. ERICKSON AND KATHERINE S. McGOVERN: EQUAL EMPLOYMENT PRACTICE GUIDE
Wendy Susco  847

1978-1979

ISSUE 1

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MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF JUSTICE
Warren E. Burger  iv

DEDICATION
The Board of Editors  v

ARTICLES

TRADE SECRET MISAPPROPRIATION: A LAWYER'S PRACTICAL APPROACH TO THE CASE LAW
Michael J. Hutter  1

THE LAW LIBRARY'S INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSE TO THE Pro Se PATRON: A POST-Faretta REVIEW
Robert H. Abrams and Donald J. Dunn  47

COMMENTS

THE STANDARD OF PROOF IN CIVIL COMMITMENT PROCEEDINGS IN MASSACHUSETTS: Superintendent of Worcester State Hospital v. Hagberg
William H. Abrashkin  71

THE INVENTORY SEARCH: THE AFTERMATH OF South Dakota v. Opperman
Philip F. Spillane  101

THE TOO OFTEN LATE ARRIVAL OF WISDOM, OR, WHAT TO DO WITH TRADE ACCOUNTS PAYABLE AND RECEIVABLE UNDER SECTION 357(c) OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE
Sally King  133

NOTES

CIVIL RIGHTS—SECTION 1983—WRONGFUL DEATH ACTION—AVAILABILITY OF DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THOSE PERMITTED UNDER STATE LAW—Jones v. Hildebrant, 550 P.2d 339 (Colo. 1976), cert. granted, 429 U.S. 1061, cert. dismissed, 432 U.S. 189 (1977) 
Michael J. Houlihan  149

HABEAS CORPUS—STATE CONTEMPORANEOUS OBJECTION RULE—EFFECT OF STATE PROCEDURAL DEFAULT ON AVAILABILITY OF FEDERAL HABEAS CORPUS REVIEW—Wainwright v. Sykes, 433 U.S. 72 (1977) 
John P. Letourneau  167

CONSTITUTIONAL CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—Miranda WARNINGS NOT REQUIRED WHERE THERE IS NO OBJECTIVE DETERMINATION OF "CUSTODY": EFFECT OF SUSPECT'S PAROLEE STATUS. Oregon v. Mathiason, 429 U.S. 492 (1977) 
John J. Bogdanski  189

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—EVIDENCE—COCONSPIRATORS EXCEPTION—INDEPENDENT EVIDENCE REQUIREMENT—STATEMENTS BY ALLEGED COCONSPIRATORS MAY BE CONSIDERED BY TRIAL COURT IN ITS PRELIMINARY DETERMINATION OF ADMISSABILITY OF THOSE STATEMENTS—United States v. Martorano, 557 F.2d 1, aff'd on rehearing , 561 F.2d 406 (1st Cir. 1977), cert denied, 46 U.S.L.W. 3579 (March 21, 1978) 
Paul R. McCary  211

CORPORATE LAW—FREEZE-OUT MERGER—FREEZE-OUT OF MINORITY STOCKHOLDERS MUST HAVE VALID BUSINESS PURPOSE—Singer v. Magnavox Co., 380 A.2d 969 (Del. 1997) and Tanzer v. International General Industries, Inc., 379 A.2d 1121 (Del. 1977) 
Allan A. Campbell, Jr. 225

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—DUE PROCESS—LIBERTY INTEREST IN FOSTER FAMILIES REQUIRES CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION IN CHILD REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS—Smith v. Organization of Foster Families for Equality & Reform, 431 U.S. 816 (1977) 
David Ian Schoen  239

ISSUE 2

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ARTICLES

THE CONSTITUTION AND THE RULE OF LAW
Raoul Berger  261

MASSACHUSETTS DIVORCE PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
Hon. Gerald D. McLellan  277

ABUSE OF GUARDIANSHIP LAWS IN THE "DEPROGRAMMING CONTEXT"
Shelley Kay Parker  329

LAWYER ADVERTISING: THE PRACTICAL EFFECTS OF BATES
Kenneth Bennett 
349

NOTES

THE ACT OF STATE DOCTRINE APPLIED TO DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT ADVERTISING—New York Times Co. v. City of New York Commission on Human Rights, 41 N.Y.2d 345, 361 N.E.2d 963, 393 N.Y.S. 312, reargument denied, 42 N.Y.2d 910, 397 N.Y.2d 1029 (1977)
Peter Q. Montori  371

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—EQUAL PROTECTION—FREE EXERCISE OF RELIGION—MASSACHUSETTS STATUTE DENYING BENEFITS TO THOSE DISCHARGED AS CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS HELD UNCONSTITUTIONAL—Reynolds v. Dukakis, 441 F. Supp. 646 (D. Mass.1977)
David B. Schultz  393

CRIMINAL LAW—THE HUSBAND'S RAPE EXCEPTION: AN EQUAL PROTECTION ALTERNATIVE—State v. Smith, 148 N.J. Super. 219, 372 A.2d 386 (Essex County Ct. 1977)
Stuart M. Litoff  409

ISSUE 3

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ARTICLES

THE STOLEN BIRTHRIGHT—AN EXAMINATION OF THE PSYCHOLOGY OF TESTATION AND AN ANALYSIS OF THE LAW OF TESTAMENTARY CAPACITY—A MODEST PROPOSAL
Thomas J. Reed  429

POIRIER v. TOWN OF PLYMOUTH, THE HIDDEN DEFECT RULE, AND NEW PATTERNS OF TORT LAW REFORM IN MASSACHUSETTS
Richard P. Boehmer  537

THE HALL OF MIRRORS: WIFE ABUSE AND THE LAW IN AN ERA OF SOCIAL CHANGE
Susan Ritter and Sherri Tanne  565

NOTES

INCOME TAX—THREE-PARTY SALE-LEASEBACKS—True Leases or Financing Techniques? Frank Lyon Co. v. United States, 435 U.S. 561 (1978)
Jerome J. Kavulich  601

FAMILY LAW—VISITATION RIGHTS—KNOWN DONOR OF SPERM USED IN ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION AWARDED VISITATION RIGHTS—C.M. v. C.C.,
152 N.J. Super. 160, 377 A.2d 821 (Cumberland County Ct. 1977)
Daniel Lennon Saxe  623

BOOK REVIEW

LAWRENCE B. BURROWS: GROWTH MANAGEMENT: ISSUES, TECHNIQUES AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS
Dwight H. Merriam  639

ISSUE 4

Cite as 1 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. ____ (1979).

ARTICLES

CIVIL LIBERTIES AND NUCLEAR ENERGY SAFEGUARDS: THE INEVITABLE CONFLICT
John N. O'Brien  651

COMMENTARY—LIMITS OF JUSTICE: THE COURTS' ROLE IN SCHOOL DESEGREGATION. By Howard I. Kalodner and James J. Fishman. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Ballinger 1978
Reviewed by Mark G. Yudof  691

COMMENTS

TO BE YOUNG, POOR, SEXUALLY ACTIVE, AND IN NEED OF BIRTH CONTROL: INDIGENT MINORS' ACCESS TO CONTRACEPTIVES
David Ian Schoen  711

CORPORATE PLAINTIFFS IN LIBEL ACTIONS: ROSENBLOOM RESURRECTED?
John P. James  741

NOTES

TORT LAW—EDUCATIONAL MALPRACTICE NEGLIGENCE ACTION ALLOWED FOR AFFIRMATIVE MISFEASANCE—Hoffman v. Board of Education, 64 App. Div. 2d 369, 410 N.Y.S.2d 99 (1978)
David S. Poppick  759

CIVIL RIGHTS—EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION—RETROACTIVE RELIEF DENIED IN TITLE VII VIOLATION—City of Los Angeles, Department of Water and Power v. Manhart, 435 U.S. 702 (1978)
Marcia R. Conrad  779

TORT LAW—NEGLIGENT INFLICTION OF EMOTIONAL DISTRESS IN ACCIDENT CASES—The Expanding Definition of Liability—Dziokonski v. Babineau,
1978 Mass. Adv. Sh. 1759, 380 N.E.2d 1295
Robert M. Taylor, III  795

INSURANCE—THE STANDARD OF INTENT IN INSURANCE CONTRACT INTERPRETATION—Ambassador Insurance Company v. Montes, 76 N.J. 477, 388 A.2d 603 (1978)
R. Stephen Lee  813

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—MASSACHUSETTS STATUTE IMPOSING A DIFFERENT PENALTY FOR JURY CONVICTIONS UPHELD AS NOT VIOLATIVE OF DUE PROCESS OR EQUAL PROTECTION—Commonwealth v. LeRoy, 1978 Mass. Avd. Sh. 2376, 380 N.E. 2d 128
Richard D. Haley, Jr.  831

BOOK REVIEWS

ROBERT L. STERN AND EUGENE GRESSMAN: SUPREME COURT PRACTICE
Robert B. McKay  857

ALLEN WEINSTEIN: PERJURY: THE HISS-CHAMBERS CASE
Gordon H. Wentworth  861