Vol. 19
1997

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

Cite as 19 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1997).

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

ISSUE 2:

Cite as 19 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1997).

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