Volume 13, Issue 3 (1983)
Table of Contents
Justice Morris Pashman - Humanist, Activist
Richard J. Hughes
Hazardous Wastes: New Rights and Remedies? The Report and Recommendations of the Superfund Study Group
James R. Zazzali and Frank P. Grad
On the Frontiers of Public Interest Law: The New Jersey State Department of the Public Advocate - The Public Interest Advocacy Division
Martin A. Bierbaum
When Confidential Employees Are Not Considered "Confidential" - A Review of the Supreme Court's Decision in NLRB v. Hendricks County Rural Electric Membership Corp.
Stuart H. Bompey and Carolyn S. Schwartz
Constitutional Infirmities of the Capital Punishment Act
Mary Lou Delahanty
Constitutional Law - Separation of Powers - Legislative Oversight Act Violates Separation of Powers Doctrine - New Jersey General Assembly v. Byrne, 90 N.J. 376, 448 A.2d 438 (1982); New Jersey Building Authority Act's Veto Provision Complies with Separation of Powers Doctrine - Enourato v. New Jersey Building Authority, 90 N.J. 396, 448 A.2d 449 (1982).
Joan Mary Schwab
Education - Handicapped Children - The Education for All Handicapped Children Act Entitles Handicapped Children to Individually, Beneficially, Designed Education Program; Reviewing Court to Determine Reasonableness of Program Formulation and Procedural Compliance with Act - Hendrick Hudson Central Board of Education v. Rowley, 102 S. Ct. 3034 (1982).
Honora Keane Hunter
Libel and Slander - Privilege - Newspersons Have Absolute Privilege Under New Jersey Shield Law Not to Disclose Editorial Processes in Civil Libel Actions - Maressa v. New Jersey Monthly, 89 N.J. 176, 445 A.2d 376, cert. denied, 103 S. Ct. 211 (1982).
Robert W. Smith
Products Liability - Strict Liability in Tort - State-of-the-Art Defense Inapplicable in Design Defect Cases - Beshada v. Johns-Manville Products Corp., 90 N.J. 191, 447 A.2d 539 (1982).
Robert D. Towey
James B. Boskey