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Vol. 5

1982-1983

 

 

 

 

ISSUE 1:

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ARTICLES

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD v. J. WEINGARTEN, INC.—AN OVERVIEW OF THE DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF THE NLRA SECTION 7 RIGHT TO REPRESENTATION
John H. Fanning  1

NOTES

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—RIGHT OF PRIVACY—CONSENSUAL SODOMY AND THE CHOICE OF A MORAL DOCTRINE: NEW YORK'S PERMISSIVE POSITION—People v. Onofre, 51 N.Y.2d 476, 415 N.E.2d 936, 434 N.Y.S.2d 947 (1980), cert. denied, 451 U.S. 987 (1981)
Douglas Everett Schwartz  75

COPYRIGHT LAW—WILL THE DENIAL OF COPYRIGHT TO AN AUTHOR'S RESEARCH IMPEDE SCHOLARSHIP? MILLER v. UNIVERSAL CITY STUDIOS, INC., 605 F.2d 1365 (5th Cir. 1981)
Tim Suich  103

FAMILY LAW—COURT-ORDERED SURGERY FOR THE PROTECTION OF A VIABLE FETUS—Jefferson v. Griffin Spalding County Hospital Authority, 247 Ga. 86, 274 S.E.2d 457 (1981)
Richard L. Manner  125

BOOK REVIEW

PAUL J. LIACOS: HANDBOOK OF MASSACHUSETTS EVIDENCE
Michael G. West and Joseph H. Reinhardt  149


ISSUE 2: 

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In Memorium

IN MEMORIUM: GEORGE THOMPSON
The Board of Editors

GEORGE THOMPSON
Philip W. Bouchard  155

GEORGE THOMPSON
Eugene N. Hanson  157

GEORGE THOMPSON
John J. O'Connor, Jr.  159

ARTICLES

FOREIGN INVESTORS REAL PROPERTY TAX ACT: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND CRITICAL EVALUATION
William D. Metzger  161

AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF COMPULSORY LICENSING IN COPYRIGHT LAW
Robert Stephen Lee  203

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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—JURY INSTRUCTION ON THE FAILURE OF AN ACCUSED TO TESTIFY: A DEFENSE STRATEGY—Carter v. Kentucky, 450 U.S. 288 (1981)
Patti Lee Hakes  227

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—SOLITARY CONFINEMENT: DUE PROCESS LIBERTY INTERESTS—Gibson v. Lynch, 652 F.2d 348 (3d Cir. 1981)
Theresa A. St. Helaire  247

EVIDENCE—SAFEGUARDING ADMISSIBILITY OF HYPNOTICALLY ENHANCED TESTIMONY—State v. Hurd, 86 N.J. 525, 432 A.2d 86 (1981)
Robert E. Salad  281

LABOR LAW—ACCESS TO BULLETIN BOARDS—Teamsters, Local 515 (Roadway Express), 248 N.L.R.B. 83 (1980),  enforcement denied sub nom., Helton v. NLRB, 656 F.2d 883 (D.C. Cir. 1981)
Eileen S. Baird  297


ISSUE 3:

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PREFACE
Robert T. Stafford  319

INTRODUCTION
Gunnar Dybwad  323

ARTICLES

RIGHTS AND DIGNITY: CONGRESS, THE SUPREME COURT, AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AFTER PENNHURST
David A. Ferleger and Patrice Maguire Scott 
327

A FREE APPROPRIATE PUBLIC EDUCATION
Henry A. Beyer  363

AVAILABILITY OF ATTORNEY FEES IN SUITS TO ENFORCE THE EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS OF CHILDREN WITH HANDICAPS
Ivan E. Bodensteiner  391

GROUP HOMES FOR PERSONS WITH HANDICAPS: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAW
Matthew B. Bogin  423

THE DUTY TO PREVENT HANDICAPS: LAWS PROMOTING THE PREVENTION OF HANDICAPS TO NEWBORNS
Jeffrey A. Parness  431

ARCHITECTURAL BARRIERS: A PRESPECTIVE ON PROGRESS
Charles D. Goldman  465

FINANCIAL AND ESTATE PLANNING FOR PARENTS OF A CHILD WITH HANDICAPS
Charles G. Davis  495

NOTES

DISABILITY LAW—THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED ASSISTANCE AND BILL OF RIGHTS ACT IS ALIVE AND WELL IN NEW HAMPSHIRE—Developmental Disabilities Advocacy Center, Inc. v. Melton, 689 F.2d 281 (1st Cir. 1982)
Nancy B. Alisberg  537

MASSACHUSETTS LAW—THE SUBSTITUTED JUDGMENT DOCTRINE EXPANDS BEYOND LIFE PROLONGING DECISIONS—In re Guardianship of Roe, 1981 Mass Adv. Sh. 981, 421 N.E.2d 40 (1981)
Michael J. Stebbins  565

BOOK REVIEWS

STANLEY S. HERR, STEPHEN ARONS, AND RICHARD E. WALLACE, JR.: LEGAL RIGHTS AND MENTAL HEALTH CARE
Robert D. Fleischner  589

BRUCE DENNIS SALES, MATTHEW POWELL, RICHARD VAN DUIZEND: DISABLED PERSONS AND THE LAW: STATE LEGISLATIVE ISSUES
Stanley S. Herr  595


ISSUE 4:

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ARTICLES 

PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS AND THE RIGHT TO APPOINTED COUNSEL IN CIVIL CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS
Edward G. Mascolo  601

THE RAZOR'S EDGE OF HUMAN BONDING: ARTIFICIAL FATHERS AND SURROGATE MOTHERS
George P. Smith II  639

LAWYER-POLITICIANS IN NEW ENGLAND: AN OVERVIEW OF POLITICS AND PRACTICES
Clyde D. McKee, Jr.  667

COMMENT

THE NON-DELEGATION DOCTRINE AND MASSACHUSETTS PUBLIC EMPLOYEE GRIEVANCE ARBITRATION
Scott C. Thompson  699

NOTES

FAMILY LAW--Petition of the Department of Public Welfare to Dispense with Consent to Adoption, 1981 Mass. Adv. Sh. 1157, 421 N.E.2d 28
originally scheduled to appear in this issue is now scheduled to appear in a later issue

MASSACHUSETTS LAW—RELAXING THE ORGANIZED CRIME REQUIREMENT FOR ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE: A CARTE BLANCHE FOR THE "UNINVITED EAR"? Commonwealth v. Thorpe, 1981 Mass. Adv. Sh. 1827, 424 N.E.2d 250; Commonwealth v. Jarabek, 1981 Mass. Adv. Sh. 1849, 424 N.E.2d 491
William Hewig III  725

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—THE PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES CLAUSE—Massachusetts Council of Construction Employers, Inc. v. Mayor of Boston, 1981 Mass. Adv. Sh. 2039, 425 N.E.2d 346
John Lauring  763

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW—THE SUPREME COURT LOOKS AT THE "BOTTOM LINE"—Connecticut v. Teal, 457 U.S. 440 (1982)
James P. Rock  785