Explores the weakening of the doctrine of private associations and increasing constitutional restraints on private groups under the fourteenth amendment.
- Kaimowitz v. Department of Mental Health: Involuntary Mental Patient Cannot Give Informed Consent to Experimental Psychosurgery
- Chambers v. Mississippi: The Limits of Due Process--The "Voucher Rule" and the Exception for Hearsay Declarations against Interest
- Due Process for Children: A Right to Counsel in Custody Proceedings
- Involuntary Sterilization: An Unconstitutional Menace to Minorities and the Poor
In Depth Reading
Volume 4 Issue 1
Argues the state action doctrine bars private hospitals receiving federal funds from refusing to perform abortions despite statutory language to the contrary.
This Note will consider the question of the constitutionality under the fourteenth amendment of New York's statutory scheme for voluntary child-care agencies.
Explores solutions to the regulation of aircraft noise pollution based in preemption and the commerce clause and potential municipal challenges.
Volume 4 Issue 2
Scrutinizes the legitimacy of involuntary sterilization on Constitutional grounds and explores the issue of consent in sterilization regulations.
Examines the Supreme Court's application of due process in Chambers v. Mississippi and the confrontation clause issues present in the case.
Argues that United States v. Fuller inappropriately narrowed just compensation in eminent domain cases.
Includes reviews of: Disorder in the Court: Report of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Special Committee on Courtroom Conduct, by Norman Dorsen and Leon Friedman (1973), The Limits of Corporate Responsibility, by Neil W.