Analyzes NRDC v. SEC II, a case addressing the SEC's refusal to promulgate environmental disclosure regulations, based on merits and standard of review
- Determinism and the Drug Addiction Defense to Criminal Prosecution
- Obstructionist Activities At Abortion Clinics: A Framework for Remedial Litigation
- New Jersey Education Association v. Burke: Res Judicata, the Younger Doctrine, and the Captive State Litigant
- Securing Gay Rights through Constitutional Litigation
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
Reflection of fundamental limitations of the public interest lawyering movement.
Volume 8 Issue 2
Federal and state governments can constitutionally puish the purveyors of obscenity.
The "taken as a whole" standard must be applied in determining whether or not a thing is obscene.
Hard core pornography is gynocidal propaganda
In a democracy, it is imperative that all new and unconventional ideas, no matter how offensive, be heard or read.
Volume 8 Issue 3
Discussion of state courts as forum for constitutional litigation, particularly with respect to gay rights
Examination of a case applying a judicial/quasi-judicial test to assertion of absolute privilege in defamation case; proposal of alternatives
Discussion of legal theories attacking anti-sodomy laws; argues that establishment clause claims and constituional right to privacy are stronger theroies
Examination of Third Circuit's reformulation of Younger abstention to permit federal civil rights claims not raised and decided in state court