Volume 23, Issue 1 (1992)
Table of Contents
A Tribute to Justice Worrall F. Mountain
Sidney H. Schreiber
The New Jersey Experience: Accomodating the Separation Between the Legislature and the Judiciary
Marie L. Garibaldi
The Lender as Unconventional Fiduciary
Niels B. Schaumann
Abortion and the Right to Die: Judicial Imposition of a Theory of Life
Philip J. Prygoski
Conscientious Objection: Will the United States Accommodate Those Who Reject Violence as a Means of Dispute Resolution?
Michael P. Seng
New Jersey's Frivolous Claims Statute - Taking a Closer Look
Maureen E. Garde
Approaching the Millennium
Theodore W. Geiser
Constitutional Law - Abortion - A Regulation Requiring a Woman to Notify Her Husband Before Receiving an Abortion Is Impermissible Because It Unduly Burdens the Woman's Abortion Right - Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 947 F.2d 682 (3d Cir. 1991), aff'd, 112 S. Ct. 2791 (1992).
Mary Edwards and Brian D. Lee
Employment Discrimination - Title VII - Significant Bases Required to Support Business Justification Defense to Disparate Impact of Residency Requirement and Prima Facie Case Properly Determined by Statistical Reference to Relevant Labor Market - Newark Branch, N.A.A.C.P. v. Town of Harrison, N.J., 940 F.2d 792 (3d Cir. 1991).
Steven C. Mannion
Freedom of the Press - Confidentiality - Reporters Are Liable Under Promissory Estoppel Doctrine for Breach of Source Confidentiality Agreement - Cohen v. Cowles Media Company, 111 S. Ct. 2513 (1991).