Volume 28, Issue 2 (1997)
Table of Contents
Conflicts of Interest in Legal Representation: Should the Appearance of Impropriety Rule Be Eliminated in New Jersey - Or Revived Everywhere Else?
Bruce A. Green
Rules and Relationships: The Varieties of Wrongdoing in Tort Law
Timothy D. Lytton
The Government Contractor Defense: When Do Governmental Interests Justify Excusing a Manufacturer's Liability for Defective Products?
Hazel Glenn Beh
To Drink or Not to Drink: The Supreme Court Delivers a Sobering Blow to the Intoxication Defense by Placing Due Process on the Rocks
Howard J. Brookman
To Settlement Classes and Beyond: A Primer on Proposed Methods for Federalizing Mass Tort Litigation
Pamela M. Madas
Doing Time for Clinical Crime: The Prosecution of Incompetent Physicians as an Additional Mechanism to Assure Quality Health Care
Kara M. McCarthy
The Just-Do-It Decision: School-Funding Litigation Tests the Limits of Judicial Deference
James C. Sheil
Edwards v. Balisok - Is the Court Washing Its Hands of Prisoners' Due Process Rights?
Tiffany A. Werner
Liberal Ends and Republican Means (reviewing Philip Pettit, Republicanism: A Theory of Freedom and Government (1997))
Gerald J. Russello