Progressive city development should work to change the position of minorities, women and the poor through structural intervention, taking Chicago as an example.
- Book Review: Agent Orange on Trial: Mass Toxic Disasters in the Courts
- Equitable Estoppel, Unjust Enrichment and the Good Samaritan Doctrine: Three Possible Defenses to a Farmers Home Administration Foreclosure Proceeding
- Pacific Gas & Electric v. Public Utilities Commission of California: Negative First Amendment Rights for Corporations
- An Attorney General's Role in the Farm Crisis: The Minnesota Experience
- Petition for Extraordinary Relief: If the LaRouche AIDS Initiative Had Passed in California
- 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
- Employees, Not-So-Independent Contractors, and the Case of Migrant Farmworkers: A Challenge to the Law and Economics Agency Doctrine
In Depth Reading
Volume 15 Issue 1
Closing address regarding how state and local govenrments, industrial sectors, and race impact economic development at the state and local levels.
Demonstrates employee ownership may not keep jobs and capital in communities; recommends federal policy and examples that could prevent these pitfalls.
Explores employee ownership as an underutilized route to economic development in low-income communities that relies neither upon altruism nor outside funders.
Volume 15 Issue 2
In unemployment insurance, states should not have right as in NY to recover unemployment insurance over-payments from own errors; should be equity-based
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
Provides farmers representing small farmers against the FmHA witha series of possible arguments to resist FmHA forclosure.
Considering how farming should take place in the US -- how will givernment approach the farm economy?
Volume 15 Issue 3
Article argues that under law and economics, unskilled migrant farmworkers should be categorically recognized as employees.
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.
Volume 15 Issue 4
Outlines methodology for conducting research on the 18-B Panel and how it differs from data on the Legal Aid Society.
Explains crisis of indigent criminal defense in NYC as product of interdependence and parallel growth of assigned counsel and institutional defenders.
Goals of the indigent defense system do not account for actual needs of defendants, leading to deficiencies within the system.
Analyzes how Legal Aid Society distributed multiple-defendant cases to Panel attorneys, and the ramifications of delegating cases that required more skill.