Table of Contents
Vol. 31
2009

 

ISSUE 1:

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SPEECHES

JUDICIAL SKEPTICISM AND THE THREAT OF TERRORISM
Hon. Robert D. Sack  1

REPAIRING OUR HUMAN RIGHTS REPUTATION
Harold Hongju Koh  11

ARTICLES

A DEFENSE OF OLD ORIGINALISM
Walter Benn Michaels  21

UPROOTING THE CELL-PLANT: COMPARING UNITED STATES AND CANADIAN CONSTITUTIONAL APPROACHES TO SURREPTITIOUS INTERROGATIONS IN THE DETENTION CONTEXT
Amar Khoday  39

UNDERSTANDING THE SOCRATIC METHOD IN LAW SCHOOL TEACHING AFTER THE CARNEGIE FOUNDATION'S EDUCATING LAWYERS
Joseph A. Dickinson 
97

NOTES

CIVIL RIGHTS/TAX LAW—"UNDER COLOR OF" INTERNAL REVENUE LAWS: THE ROLE OF UNITED STATES v. TEMPLE AND SECTION 7214 IN THE "UNDER COLOR OF LAW" DEBATE
Sarah T. Biolsi  115

PROPERTY—THE LIMITS OF EQUITY: FORFEITURE, DOUBLE JEOPARDY, AND THE MASSACHUSETTS "SLAYER STATUTE"
Robert F. Hennessy  159

SPECIAL EDUCATION/CIVIL PROCEDURE—THE IDEA OF FAIRNESS: ALLOWING PARENT-ATTORNEYS TO RECOVER THEIR ATTORNEYS' FEES UNDER THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT
Justin D. Kumpulanian  203

FEDERAL INDIAN LAW—AMBIGUOUS ABROGATION: THE FIRST CIRCUIT STRIPS THE NARRAGANSETT INDIAN TRIBE OF ITS SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY
Merritt Schnipper  243

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SYMPOSIUM ON HEALTH CARE TECHNOLOGY: REGULATION AND REIMBURSEMENT

FOREWORD
Maxwell J. Mehlman  293

ECONOMIC PARAMETERS OF END-OF-LIFE CARE: SOME POLICY IMPLICATIONS IN AN ERA OF HEALTH CARE REFORM
Michael Ash and Stephen Arons  305

REGULATING DIRECT-TO-CONSUMER ADVERTISING WITH TORT LAW: IS THE LAW FINALLY CATCHING UP WITH THE MARKET?
Timothy S. Hall  333

OPENING THE DOOR TO "HARD-LOOK" REVIEW OF AGENCY PREEMPTION
Karen A. Jordan   353

AT THE END OF THE CLINICAL TRIAL: DOES ACCESS TO INVESTIGATIONAL TECHNOLOGY END AS WELL?
Richard S. Saver   411

NOTES

MEDICAL MALPRACTICE/CIVIL PROCEDURE—TRAP FOR THE UNWARY: THE 2005 AMENDMENTS TO CONNECTICUT'S CERTIFICATE OF MERIT STATUTE
Brett J. Blank  453

CIVIL PROCEDURE/TORT LAW—BETTER OFF DEAD?: MINORITY TOLLING PROVISION CANNOT SAVE DECEASED CHILD'S CLAIM
Gretchen R. Fuhr  491

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—SACRIFICING THE GOOD OF THE FEW FOR THE GOOD OF THE MANY: DENYING THE TERMINALLY ILL ACCESS TO EXPERIMENTAL MEDICATION
Matthew R. Madara  535

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SYMPOSIUM: ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY

FOREWORD: ENTREPRENEURISM IN A FLAT, GREEN, CASH-STRAPPED WORLD
Eric J. Gouvin  581

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP: PITFALLS FOR THE UNWARY
Luke W. Cole  601

COMPETING IN EMERGING MARKETS: THE SEARCH FOR A NEW PARADIGM
Rangamohan V. Eunni  611

THE CRISIS IN HOUSING AND HOUSING FINANCE: WHAT CAUSED IT? WHAT DIDN'T? WHAT'S NEXT?
Ellen Harnick  625

THE GREENING OF COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: DISPATCHES FROM NEW YORK CITY
Carmen Huertas-Noble, Jessica Rose & Brian Glick  645

STICKY THICKETS: LOCAL REGULATORY CHALLENGES FOR SMALL AND EMERGING SUSTAINABLE BUSINESSES
Lisa M. LeSage  673

WHY THE LAW OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP BARELY MATTERS
Jeffrey M. Lipshaw  701

A LITTLE OF THIS, A LITTLE OF THAT: POTENTIAL EFFECTS ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP OF THE McCAIN AND OBAMA TAX PROPOSALS
Anthony J. Luppino  717

TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL?: ENTREPRENEURS SEEKING AND OBTAINING PRIVATE EQUITY FINANCING
Tatiana S. Manolova, Candida G. Brush & Linda F. Edelman 745

LOOKING AHEAD: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS
Chad Moutray  763

THE REBIRTH OF FIELDS CORNER: VIETNAMESE IMMIGRANT ENTREPRENEURS AND THE REVITALIZATION OF A BOSTON NEIGHBORHOOD
Paul Watanabe  781

LANDLORDS OF LAST RESORT: SHOULD THE GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIZE THE OWNERS OF SMALL MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS?*
David Reiss

NOTES

THE REVISED UNIFORM PARTNERSHIP ACT--BREAKING UP (OR BREAKING OFF) IS HARD TO DO: WHY THE RIGHT TO "LIQUIDATION" DOES NOT GUARANTEE A FORCED SALE UPON DISSOLUTION OF THE PARTNERSHIP
Tiffany A. Hixson  797

WORKERS' COMPENSATION/ATTORNEY'S FEE AWARDS--FORM OVER SUBSTANCE?: STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS FOR ATTORNEY'S FEE AWARDS UNDER THE LONGSHORE AND HARBOR WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT
Danielle S. Michaud  833

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW/ADMINISTRATIVE LAW--UNITED STATES v. RAPANOS: JUSTICE STEVENS'S SUGGESTION MAY NOT BE THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD, BUT IT IS THE BEST PATHWAY TO OZ
Kristen M. Sopet  879

*Forthcoming Fall 2009

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LANDLORDS OF LAST RESORT: SHOULD THE GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIZE THE MORTGAGES OF PRIVATELY-OWNED, SMALL MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS?
David Reiss  915