States must engage in strategic planning to achieve economic development. The need for creative state policies has been subordinated to national policy.
- Foreign Farm Workers in the U.S.: The Impact of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986
- Pacific Gas & Electric v. Public Utilities Commission of California: Negative First Amendment Rights for Corporations
- America's Decision: Will We Save the Family Farm?
- Book Review: Agent Orange on Trial: Mass Toxic Disasters in the Courts
- Challenging Fake Abortion Clinics: Protecting Women's Privacy Interests without Violating the First Amendment
- 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
- Petition for Extraordinary Relief: If the LaRouche AIDS Initiative Had Passed in California
In Depth Reading
Volume 15 Issue 1
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
Local response to disinvestment by big intdustries in small communities. Avoiding shut downs and attempting to counteract their effects through eminent domain.
An in-depth look at the naming of the colloquium, broken down word by word.
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.
Analyzes 1st amendment rights for corporations by examining the Supreme Court case Pacific Gas and the Berger Court's definition of property rights.
In unemployment insurance, states should not have right as in NY to recover unemployment insurance over-payments from own errors; should be equity-based
Volume 15 Issue 3
Petition for extraordinary relief against CA statute requiring HIV positive persons to report themselves to the Dept of Health.
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.
Article argues that under law and economics, unskilled migrant farmworkers should be categorically recognized as employees.
Volume 15 Issue 4
These documents enabled us to analyze the Society's citywide assignments and dispositions and to compute the number of Criminal Court cases and citywide trials completed by the Society, the proportionate share of indigent defendants represented and the average cost per
Goals of the indigent defense system do not account for actual needs of defendants, leading to deficiencies within the system.
Examines the lawyering practices of 18-B Panel attorneys and the extent to which they effectively advocate for their clients.
The effect of comparative costs of caseloads on distribution of cases between Panel and Society attorneys, and New York City's emphasis on cost efficiency.