wnecmain Western New England Law Review:Law Review Table of Contents Vol. 20

 

 

 

 

Vol. 20
1998

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

Cite as 20 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1998). 
TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

REFLECTIONS ON TWENTY YEARS OF THE LAW REVIEW
Howard Kalodner  1

SYMPOSIUM - A DUTY TO REPRESENT?  CRITICAL REFLECTION ON STROPNICKY 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

ISSUE 2:

Cite as 20 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1998). 
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