An in-depth look at the naming of the colloquium, broken down word by word.
- America's Decision: Will We Save the Family Farm?
- Recovery of Unemployment Insurance Over-Payments: The Role of Equity and Good Conscience
- Pacific Gas & Electric v. Public Utilities Commission of California: Negative First Amendment Rights for Corporations
- Foreign Farm Workers in the U.S.: The Impact of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986
- Employees, Not-So-Independent Contractors, and the Case of Migrant Farmworkers: A Challenge to the Law and Economics Agency Doctrine
- Symposium on Federal and State Methods of Repressing Political Activism, February 21, 1987
- Rejection of Collective Bargaining Agreements in Chapter 11 and the Probability of Strikes: Tipping the Balance of Equities
- Challenging Fake Abortion Clinics: Protecting Women's Privacy Interests without Violating the First Amendment
In Depth Reading
Volume 15 Issue 1
Effects of federal tax reform on state and local governments. Forecasts future reforms, particularly revenue-generating changes enacted alongside tax reforms.
Panel discussion on the future of Community Development Corporations and how to spur and sustain local development projects.
The questions posed at this colloquium touch on some of the major issues confronting New York City over the next four years and beyond. How we answer these questions will have wide-ranging implications for the future direction of economic development
Volume 15 Issue 2
Analyzes each of the major provisions of IRCA that affect foreign farm workers.
Argues state attorneys general have a crucial role to play in the farm crisis; case study of Minnesota.
In a high-technology society many of us are exposed to toxic substances, often without realizing it. The air in our homes might contain radon. The fish we eat might be contaminated with PCBs. News reports abound with stories of newly
Considering how farming should take place in the US -- how will givernment approach the farm economy?
Volume 15 Issue 3
Defines how much weight a court should give to strike likelihood when evaluating a debtor's motion to reject its labor contracts.
Argues state attorneys can challenge fake abortion clinics under existing state statutes without violating 1st amendment.
Petition for extraordinary relief against CA statute requiring HIV positive persons to report themselves to the Dept of Health.
Keynote address on federal and state methods of repressing political activism.
Volume 15 Issue 4
Examines why some cases are shedded post-arraignment due to Society attorneys' failure to appear or undertake essential tasks, and the Society's explanation.
Analyzes how Legal Aid Society distributed multiple-defendant cases to Panel attorneys, and the ramifications of delegating cases that required more skill.
Goals of the indigent defense system do not account for actual needs of defendants, leading to deficiencies within the system.
Investigates the origins and development of the indigent defense system worldwide, esp. in NYC.