It is herein contended that the maternal preference rule as exemplified by the New York case of Cornell v. Hartley will not withstand the scrutiny of Stanley and should be eliminated by extending to contests between unwed parents the parity
- Socioeconomic Factors Influencing Jury Verdicts
- The Impact of Stanley v. Illinois on Custody Proceedings for Illegitimate Children: Procedural Parity for the Putative Father?
- Federal-Aid Highway Construction and the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969
- Lloyd Corp. v. Tanner: Handbilling within a Shopping Mall Not Directed At a Store Is Not Protected By the First Amendment Unless No Adequate Alternative Location Exists
In Depth Reading
Volume 3 Issue 1
Reviews of the following books: A Bill of No Rights: Attica and the American Prison System, by Herman Badillo and Milton Haynes (1972), Counsel for the Deceived: Case Studies in Consumer Fraud, by Phillip G. Schrag (1972), Medina, by Mary
It seems fair to say after Lloyd that when the Supreme Court considers the issue of free speech in the context of privately owned property, property rights, not the rights of free speech, will be given preference.
The federal courts have consistently met both state and federal resistance with a firm hand to ensure that NEPA's directives achieve the ends Congress intended.
Volume 3 Issue 2
Discussion of the prohibition against legislative activity for tax-exempt organizations and the tension between safeguards and first amendment.
Discussion of doctrine of pharmacological duress, which attempts to exculpate (in part) criminal defendants addicted to narcotics.
Discussion of unconstitutionality of anti-busing legislation of the 1970s.
Discussion of the relationship between the Bureau of Indian Affairs and American Indians, especially in the welfare context, through the lens of Ruiz v. Morton.