Reflection of fundamental limitations of the public interest lawyering movement.
- Troubled Reflections on Public Interest Law
- Board of Education, Levittown Union Free School District v. NYQUIST: A Return to Federal Equal Protection In School Financing Cases
- First National Bank of Boston v. Bellotti: Corporate Political Speech In Ballot-Measure Campaigns
- State Regulation of Liquefied Natural Gas Facilities Siting: A Case for Federal Preemption
In Depth Reading
Volume 8 Issue 1
Considers the legality of the Betamax (TV recorder) and other home recorders under copyright law and suggests need for legislative solutions.
Analysis of Bellotti, in which the Supreme Court held that could not be barred from spending money to influence referendums because of their right to political speech
Volume 8 Issue 2
The "taken as a whole" standard must be applied in determining whether or not a thing is obscene.
Imaginary dialogue between a feminist and an attorney to explore polarizaiton in views concerning pornography and its regulation.
Transcript of panel discussion on the regulation of pornography
Volume 8 Issue 3
Discussion of common law protections that guard against obstruction activity aimed at suppressing one's constitutional right to obtain an abortion
Proposal of an alternative moral theory that enables courts to recognize a drug addiction defense
Examination of a case applying a judicial/quasi-judicial test to assertion of absolute privilege in defamation case; proposal of alternatives
Discussion of state courts as forum for constitutional litigation, particularly with respect to gay rights