Volume 27, Issue 1 (1996)
Table of Contents
The Death of Law Reviews Has Been Predicted: What Might Be Lost When the Last Law Review Shuts Down?
Howard A. Denemark
Equal Protection and the Use of Protest Letters in Parole Proceedings: A Particular Dilemma for Battered Women Inmates
Jennifer S. Bales
EBB and Flow of the Tide: A Viable Doctrine for Determining Admiralty Jurisdiction or a Relic of the Past?
Mary Garvey Algero
Untwisting New Jersey's Cap on Punitive Damages
David C. Berry
Patchwork Patient Protection: Must We Choose a Single Pattern?
Jennifer A. Hradil
Constitutional Law - Search and Seizure - Random, Warrantless, and Suspicionless Searches of Student Athletes Through Urinalysis Drug Testing by Public School Officials Does Not Violate Fourth Amendment - Vernonia Sch. Dist. v. Acton, 115 S. Ct. 2386 (1995).
Rachel L. Diehl
Constitutional Law - First Amendment - The Ban on Honoraria as Contained in § 501(B) of the Ethics in Government Act of 1989 Is Unconstitutional as Applied to Members of the Executive Branch Below Grade GS-16 - United States v. National Treasury Employees Union, 115 S. Ct.1003 (1995).
Paul L. Kattas
Constitutional Law - Freedom of Speech - New Jersey State Constitution Requires Privately Owned Shopping Malls to Allow Access for Expressional Leafletting, Subject to the Owner's Reasonable Time, Place, and Manner Restrictions - New Jersey Coalition Against War in the Middle East v. J.M.B. Realty Corp., 138 N.J. 326, 650 A.2d 757 (1994).
Maurice F. Kirchofer III
Constitutional Law - First Amendment - Federal Regulation Prohibiting Disclosure of a Beer's Alcohol Content on Its Label Violates the Commercial Speech Doctrine - Rubin v. Coors Brewing Co., 115 S. Ct. 1585 (1995).
Debra M. Wallin