wnecmain Western New England Law Review:Law Review Table of Contents - vol 32

 


Vol. 32
2010

ISSUE 1:

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ARTICLES

REFLECTIONS ON THE MOVEMENT TOWARD A MORE CHILD-CENTERED ADOPTION
Annette Ruth Appell  1

SLIPPING THROUGH THE CRACKS: WHY CAN'T WE STOP DRUGGED DRIVING?
TIna Wescott Cafaro  33

ADJUTANT AND INTERNAL AFFAIRS: MAKING THE CASE FOR ACCESS TO EVIDENCE OF A POLICE OFFICER'S PROPENSITY FOR VIOLENCE
Luke Ryan & Molly Ryan Strehorn  73

THE SURVIVAL OF UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE IN MASSACHUSETTS: ERISA PREEMPTION OF AN ACT PROVIDING ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE, QUALITY, ACCOUNTABLE HEALTH CARE
Luke T. Tashjian  141

NOTES

CIVIL RIGHTS/EMPLOYMENT LAW—STATES CARRY WEIGHT OF EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION PROTECTION: RESOLVING THE GROWING PROBLEM OF WEIGHT BIAS IN THE WORKPLACE
Teri Morris  173

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—"HAD ANYTHING BEEN WRONG, WE SHOULD CERTAINLY HAVE HEARD": THE ANONYMOUS JURY IN AMERICA
Brian Clifford  215

CRIMINAL LAW—"BUT I DIDN'T KNOW WHO HE WAS!": WHAT IS THE REQUIRED MENS REA FOR AN AIDER AND ABETTOR OF A FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM?
James O'Connor  245

ISSUE 2:

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SYMPOSIUM: GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON NATIONAL SECURITY

FOREWORD: NATIONAL SECURITY'S DISTORTION EFFECTS
Stephen I. Vladeck  285

FEEDING HUMANITY, STARVING TERROR: THE UTILITY OF AID IN A COMPREHENSIVE ANTITERRORISM FINANCING STRATEGY
Aloke Chakravarty  295

PUTTING GUATANAMO IN THE REAR-VIEW MIRROR: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DETENTION POLICY
Peter Margulies  339

NOTES

GOVERNMENT-CONTRACTOR IMMUNITY—I'M JUST FOLLOWING ORDERS: A FAIR STANDARD OF IMMUNITY FOR MILITARY SERVICE CONTRACTORS
Thomas Gray  373

IMMIGRATION LAW—ELIGIBILITY FOR SECTION 212(c) RELIEF FROM DEPORTATION: IS IT THE GROUND OR THE OFFENSE, THE DANCER OR THE DANCE?
Sara Fawk  417

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SYMPOSIUM: WOMEN, ETHNICITY, AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

FOREWORD
Lynn Bakstran  465

RACIAL ETIQUETTE AND SOCIAL CAPITAL: CHALLENGES FACING BLACK ENTREPRENEURS
Nicole S. Dandridge  471

AFRICAN-AMERICAN ENTREPRENEURS: INTEGRATION, EDUCATION, AND EXCLUSION
Cheryl L. Wade  483

SOURCES OF FUNDING FOR NEW WOMEN-OWNED FIRMS
Susan Coleman & Alicia Robb  497

NOTES

TAX LAW—HAVING YOUR CAKE AND EATING IT TOO: SECTION 1433(B)(2)(A) OF THE TAX REFORM ACT OF 1986: EFFECTING AN EXCEPTION WHERE ONE DOES NOT EXIST
Robert Kazior  515

TRADEMARK LAW AND CONSUMER PROTECTION LAW—DECEPTION IS A CRUEL ACT: "UNIFORM" STATE DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICES ACTS AND THEIR DECEPTIVE EFFECTS ON THE TRADEMARK CLAIMS OF CORPORATE COMPETITORS
Staci Zaretsky  549

FAMILY LAW—MATERNAL AND JOINT CUSTODY PRESUMPTIONS FOR UNMARRIED PARENTS: CONSTITUTIONAL AND POLICY CONSIDERATIONS IN MASSACHUSETTS AND BEYOND
Bernardo Cuadra  599