wnecmain Western New England Law Review:Law Review Table of Contents Vol. 26

 

 

 

 

Vol. 26
2004

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

Cite as 26 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (2004).

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:

Cite as 26 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (2004).

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

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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