Analysis of Levittown and equal protection implications on school financing laws.
- 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
- Board of Education, Levittown Union Free School District v. NYQUIST: A Return to Federal Equal Protection In School Financing Cases
- Troubled Reflections on Public Interest Law
In Depth Reading
Volume 8 Issue 1
Analyzes NRDC v. SEC II, a case addressing the SEC's refusal to promulgate environmental disclosure regulations, based on merits and standard of review
Reflection of fundamental limitations of the public interest lawyering movement.
Analysis of the preemption issues involved with states enacting legislation to control liquified natural gas facilities.
Volume 8 Issue 2
Freedom of speech and freedom of press are myths and pornography is used to suit the private purposes of corporate interests that control mass media.
Description of how and why pornography and sexual violance is terrorism of women and what people must do to rise up against it
A civil libertarian feminist can become involved in group efforts to end violence against women without abandoning civil liberties principles.
Volume 8 Issue 3
Discussion of legal theories attacking anti-sodomy laws; argues that establishment clause claims and constituional right to privacy are stronger theroies
Proposal of an alternative moral theory that enables courts to recognize a drug addiction defense
Discussion of state courts as forum for constitutional litigation, particularly with respect to gay rights
Examination of Third Circuit's reformulation of Younger abstention to permit federal civil rights claims not raised and decided in state court