Volume 23, Issue 3 (1993)
Table of Contents
Identifying, Protecting and Preserving Individual Rights: Traditional Federal Court Functions
Roger J. Miner
Settling Land Use Litigation While Protecting the Public Interest: Whose Lawsuit Is This Anyway?
Richard S. Cohen, Douglas K. Wolfson, and Kathleen Meehan DalCortivo
Turning Back the Tide of Director and Officer Liability
Theodore D. Moskowitz and Walter A. Effross
Striking Back at the IRS: Using Internal Revenue Code Provisions to Redress Unauthorized Disclosures of Tax Returns or Return Information
Allan Karnes and Roger Lirely
Immunized Testimony and the Inevitable Discovery Doctrine: An Appropriate Transplant of the Exclusionary Rule or an Excuse for a Broken Promise?
Charles J. Walsh and Steven R. Rowland
Protecting Tenants from Foreclosing Mortgagees: New Jersey's Anti-Eviction Act in the Post-Guttenberg Era
James E. Tonrey Jr.
First Amendment - Free Speech - First Amendment Prohibits Hate Crime Laws That Punish Only Fighting Words Based on Racial, Religious or Gender Animus - R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul, 112 S. Ct. 2538 (1992).
Thomas S. McGuire
Constitutional Law - First Amendment - Establishment Clause Prohibits State-Sponsored Invocations at Public School Graduation Ceremonies - Lee v. Weisman, 112 S. Ct. 2649 (1992).
Joseph P. Clemente
Extradition - Treaty Interpretation - Abduction of a Defendant from Mexico at the Behest of the United States Government Does Not Defeat a Court's Jurisdiction Despite an Extradition Treaty Between the Two Nations - United States v. Alvarez-Machain, 112 S. Ct. 2188 (1992).
David D. Almroth
Fourteenth Amendment - Peremptory Challenges - The Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment Prohibits a Criminal Defendant's Exercise of Racially Discriminatory Peremptory Challenges - Georgia v. McCollum, 112 S. Ct. 2348 (1992).