Vol. 15
1993

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

Cite as 15 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1993).

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

 
ISSUE 2:

Cite as 15 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (1993).

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

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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

INDEX