Sexual and reproductive freedoms are negative privacy rights that the law should protect from encroachment.
- Losing the Negative Right of Privacy: Building Sexual and Reproductive Freedom
- Confronting a New Obstacle to Reproductive Choice: Encouraging the Development of RU-486 through Reform of Products Liability Law
- Racism and Retrenchment in Capital Sentencing: Judicial and Congressional Haste toward the Ultimate Injustice
- Bill of Rights--Can It Survive, The
- Death Penalty Opinion in the Post-Furman Years
- Innocence, Federalism, and the Capital Jury: Two Legislative Proposals for Evaluating Post-Trial Evidence of Innocence in Death Penalty Cases
- Prosecutors' Closing Arguments at the Penalty Trial
- Suspending Justice: The Unconstitutionality of the Proposed Six-Month Time Limit on the Filing of Habeas Corpus Petitions by State Death Row Inmates
- Ambivalence in State Capital Punishment Policy: An Empirical Sounding
- Inevitable Error: Wrongful New York State Homicide Convictions, 1965-1988
- Is Racism Irrelevant--Or Should the Fairness in Death Sentencing Act Be Enacted to Substantially Diminish Racial Discrimination in Capital Sentencing
- Role and Consequences of the Death Penalty in American Politics, The
- Family Like any Other Family: Alternative Methods of Defining Family in Law, A
- Tax Glasnost for Millionaires: Peeking behind the Veil of Ignorance along the Publicity-Privacy Continuum
- Woman behind the Blindfold: Toward a Feminist Reconstruction of Rawls' Theory of Justice, The
- Classical Nostalgia: Racism, Contract Ideology, and Formalist Legal Reasoning in Patterson v. McLean Credit Union
In Depth Reading
Volume 18 Issue 1
Introduction to the Articles in this issue, pertaining to a wide vareity of civil liberties and rights the Court will address in its upcoming term and beyond.
Argues that protections erected by the Supreme Court shielding the press from defamation actions should be imported to the contract setting.
Analyzing constitutional validity of requiring broadcasters to provide free advertising time to political candidates.
Volume 18 Issue 2
Examination of the of the increasing time limitations on death row inmate's ability to file habease corpus petitions.
Examination of if Teague and its exceptions continue to protect the innocent defendant as do the rules pertaining to abuse of the writ and procedural default.
Argues the necessity of public education and exposure of capital trials in order to educate the public regarding the injustice of the death penalty.
Overview of reasons for choosing the death penalty as the subject of the colloquium.
Volume 18 Issue 3
The death penalty doesn't have long-term effects reducing homicide, it has large fiscal and moral costs; focus on it prevents us exploring other solutions.
High number of those given death penalty not many executed, reflecting state uncertainty around death penalty; looking at data to support this conclusion.
Effects of implementing FIDSA and how it can be used to combat racism in death sentencing cases.
A cataloguing of wrongful convictions in NY over a 20 year period, supporting position that NY should not reenact death penalty.
Volume 18 Issue 4
Examining Rawls' theory of justice through a feminist lens, and particularly how it fails to deal with sexism in a sexual/marital contract between men & women.
Discussion of the intersection of race and contract theory/contract formalism.
Discussion around the idea of family as kin and more modern conceptions of family and how it has become strongly politicized.
Analyzing the social security review system which is subject to political influences and conflicting law, and suggesting reforms.