Volume 19, Issue 2 (1989)
Table of Contents
Presumed Knowledge of Danger: Legal Fiction Gone Awry?
John E. Keefe and Richard C. Henke
Justice Brennan and the Burger Court: Policy-Making in the Judicial Thicket
Stanley H. Friedelbaum
Qualified Domestic Relations Orders: A Statutory Analysis
Howard A. Massler
Remedies - Toxic Torts - Recovery Denied for Unquantified "Enhanced Risk" of Disease under New Jersey Tort Claims Act and Prospective Application of a Court-Supervised Fund for Medical Surveillance Compensation Required - Ayers v. Township of Jackson, 106 N.J. 557, 525 A.2d 287 (1987).
Kathleen B. Harden
Constitutional Law - First Amendment - Targeted, Direct-Mail Attorney Advertising Which Is Truthful and Nondeceptive Is Constitutionally Protected - Shapero v. Kentucky Bar Association, 108 S. Ct. 1916 (1988).
Mary Beth Gazi
Environmental Law - Public Trust Doctrine - State Ownership of Public Trust Lands Includes All Land Subject to the Influence of the Tide - Phillips Petroleum Co. v. Mississippi, 108 S. Ct. 791 (1988).
John Edward Bruder
Constitutional Law - Prisoners' Rights - Prison Regulations Constitutionally Valid If Reasonably Related to Legitimate Penological Interests - Turner v. Safley, 107 S. Ct. 2254 (1987).
Robin Ann Newman