Capital punishment has been applied in North America virtually since the first European settlers arrived. It has been estimated that about 16,000 people have been legally executed in the United States and its colonial predecessors; an unknown additional number of
Explores the process of seeking asylum and analyses the procedural nuances involved with reference to South Texas.
Critical analysis of standards of proof and federal sentencing guidelines. Also examines burden of proof determination.
Discusses the goals of back pay relief and procedures under Title VII jurisprudence.
Critical analysis of the rights of the surrogate gestator and the allied state policies that are applicable to these arrangements.
Article discusses the problems in asylum claims and focuses on the legislative and judicial framework to decide them.
Other Issues in this Volume
- Choosing the Insidious Path: West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc. v. Casey and the Importance of Experts in Civil Rights Litigation
- Brief Amicus Curiae, Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey
- Off the Pedestal and into the Arena: Toward Including Women in Experimental Protocols
- Beyond Accommodation: Ethical Feminism, Deconstruction, and the Law
- Death in the Legislature: Inventing Legal Tools for Autonomy
- The Hollow Hope: Can Courts Bring About Social Change?
- Refusing Life-Sustaining Treatment for Incompetent Patients: New York's Response to Cruzan
- Abandoned But Not Forgotten: The Illegal Confinement of Elderly People in State Psychiatric Institutions