Western New England University Law Review

Current Issue - Volume 36, Issue 1

 

ISSUE 1:

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ARTICLES

DISPELLING ALIMONY MYTHS: THE CONTINUING NEED FOR ALIMONY AND THE ALIMONY REFORM ACT OF 2011|
Rachel Biscardi 1

NOTES

CRIMINAL  PROCEDURE -- SKIRTING THE WARRANT CLAUSE: STATE V. HARRIS AND THE SPECIAL NEEDS EXCEPTION
Kelly Heuser 39

ENERGY LAW -- NOT BALANCING WELL INTERESTS WELL: HOW THE SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA MISMANAGED OIL AND GAS LEASE POLICY IN T.W. PHILLIPS GAS & OIL CO. V. JEDLICKA
Joseph R. Plukas 68

ISSUE 2:

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SYMPOSIUM: BUILDING THE ARC OF JUSTICE: THE LIFE AND LEGAL THOUGHT OF DERRICK BELL

FOREWORD
Matthew H. Charity 101

CRITICAL RACE ACTION: QUEER LESSONS AND SEVEN LEGACIES FROM THE ONE AND ONLY PROFESSOR BELL
Francisco Valdes 109

LATIN@S, DISRUPTING RACIAL NORMATIVITY IN DERRICK BELL'S THE SPACE TRADERS
Geiza Vargas-Vargas 131

WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT? INTEREST-CONVERGENCE AS A LENS TO VIEW STATE RATIFICATION OF POST EMANCIPATION SLAVE MARRIAGES
Danné L. Johnson 143

TARGETED KILLINGS AND THE INTEREST CONVERGENCE DILEMMA
Sudha Setty 169

ISSUE 3:

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BOOK REVIEW

AMERICAN JERICHO: A BOOK REVIEW OF THE HANGING JUDGE BY MICHAEL A. PONSOR
Giovanna Shay 195

ESSAY

EXPLODING WEALTH INEQUALITIES: DOES TAX POLICY PROMOTE SOCIAL JUSTICE OR SOCIAL INJUSTICE?
Phyllis C. Taite 201

ARTICLES

BANK-CREATED MONEY, MONETARY SOVEREIGNTY, AND THE FEDERAL DEFICIT: TOWARD A NEW PARADIGM IN THE GOVERNMENT-SPENDING DEBATE
Ashton S. Phillips 221

SPLITTING THE BABY: AVOIDING FORECLOSURE WHEN HOMEOWNERS HAVE UNCERTAIN OR CONFLICTING INTERESTS
Daniel Bahls 261

"WAS THE FIRST JUSTICE HARLAN ANTI-CHINESE?"
James W. Gordon 287

NOTES

THE DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE -- A CONSTITUTIONAL BARRIER TO SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND THE LOCAL FOOD MOVEMENT
Chris Erchull 371

FAMILY LAW -- THE REHABILITATION ILLUSION: HOW ALIMONY REFORM IN MASSACHUSETTS FAILS TO COMPENSATE FOR CAREGIVING
Julie-Anne Geraghty Stebbins 407

SPENDING CLAUSE -- GRAVE DECEPTIONS: REMEDYING CEMETERY MISFEASANCE THROUGH CONGRESS'S CONDITIONAL SPENDING POWER IN THE AFTERMATH OF AFFORDABLE CARE ACT LITIGATION
Kady S. Huff 437