wnecmain Western New England Law Review:Law Review Table of Contents Vol. 23

 

 

 

 

Vol. 23
2001-2002

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

Cite as 23 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (2001).

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

 

ISSUE 2:

Cite as 23 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (2002).

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