wnecmain Western New England Law Review:Current Publications

Western New England University Law Review

Current Issue - Volume 37

 

ISSUE 1:

Cite as 37 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (2015).

ARTICLES

AN ALTERNATIVE FOOD POLICY
Chris Erchull  1

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HEALTH LAW—BAND-AID JURISPRUDENCE: WHY THE RECOGNITION OF NEGLIGENT CREDENTIALING THREATENS PATIENT CARE IN MASSACHUSETTS
Kyle Deskus  37

PROPERTY RIGHTS—WHEN REFORM IS NOT ENOUGH: A LOOK INSIDE THE PROBLEMS CREATED BY THE CIVIL ASSET FORFEITURE REFORM ACT OF 2000
Jennifer Levesque  59

PROPERTY—FORECLOSURE; IS IT BY ENTRY OR FOR EASE OF ENTRY? ISSUES OF FAIRNESS REGARDING THE MASSACHUSETTS FORECLOSURE BY ENTRY PROVISION
Brittani Morgan  91

ISSUE 2:

Cite as 37 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (2015).

SYMPOSIUM—FIRM FOUNDATIONS: MANAGING THE SMALL FIRM AND INDIVIDUAL PRACTITIONER

FOREWORD—ESTABLISHING A FIRM FOUNDATION FOR THE SMALL LAW PRACTICE
Eric J. Gouvin  129

BIG DATA, BIG PROBLEM: ARE SMALL LAW FIRMS GIVEN A SPORTING CHANCE TO ACCESS BIG DATA?
Jared D. Correia and Heidi Alexander  141

IMPORTANT INTANGIBLES: CONFIDENCE MANAGEMENT AND EXPECTATIONS
Laura Bradrick  155

PLANNING FOR YOUR FINANCIAL SUCCESS: PRACTICE POINTERS
Andrea M. O'Connor  163

MASSACHUSETTS ATTORNEYS IN THE CLOUD— HOW MASSACHUSETTS REGULATIONS AND A CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM CAN PROVIDE MORE THAN A WISP OF GUIDANCE THROUGH THE FOG OF ETHICAL CLOUD COMPUTING
Daniel McKellick  175

ISSUE 3:

Cite as 37 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. _____ (2015).

SPEECH

CONSERVATION CONVEYANCING: WHEN YOUR CLIENT IS POSTERITY
Richard Evans  201

ARTICLES

MIRANDA ABUSE AND FUNDAMENTAL FAIRNESS UNDER THE MASSACHUSETTS CONSTITUTION: ARTICLE XII IN NONCUSTODIAL INTERROGATIONS AND EVIDENCE OF PRIOR BAD ACTS, TWO CASE STUDIES
Marissa Elkins  211

WHEN THE STORY IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE: A LAWYER'S ROLE IN RESISTING THE LURE OF NARRATIVE
Jeanne Kaiser and Scott Brown  233

BECAUSE FOREVER IS TOO LONG
Ausher M.B. Kosfky  265

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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW/EVIDENCE—UNITED STATES V. CHARLES: A POST-CRAWFORD ANALYSIS OF AN INTERPRETER AS A DECLARANT: DID THE ELEVENTH CIRCUIT TAKE ITS DECISION A BRIDGE TOO FAR?
Daniel Benoit  301

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW—ALL (FOOD) POLITICS IS LOCAL: COOPERATIVE FEDERALISM, NEW ENGLAND SMALL FARMS, AND THE FOOD SAFETY MODERNIZATION ACT
Laura Fisher  337

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS—THE HIGH RISK OF GOING GREEN: PROBLEMS FACING TRANSACTIONAL ATTORNEYS AND THE GROWTH OF THE STATE-LEVEL LEGAL MARIJUANA INDUSTRIES
Ian Wagemaker  371