Commentaries Archive

2014

RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS FROM HEALTH CARE LAWS: HAVE WE GONE OVERBOARD?

Martha Swartz 

N.J. ELEC ALLOWS CHRISTIE CAMPAIGN TO FUND SUBPOENA RESPONSE, PROMPTING UNCERTAINTY AND STRUCTURAL QUESTIONS

Kevin R. Miller

FINDING ROOM IN THE CRIMINAL LAW FOR THE DESUETUDE PRINCIPLE

Paul J. Larkin, Jr., Esq.

IN THE WAKE OF THE ZIMMER DECISION, CAN A TORT PLAINTIFF INTRODUCE EVIDENCE OF A SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY AWARD AT THE TIME OF TRIAL?

Patrick D. Heller, Esq.

2013

BOUMEDIENE’S WAKE
Andrew Tutt

THE STREETCAR DILEMMA: PREVENTING INCURABLE HARM THROUGH TIMELY ENFORCEMENT OF THE ANTITRUST LAWS
Brian N. Biglin

2012

GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT: EVIDENCE TAMPERING, DRUG AND CRIME LAB MISCONDUCT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT ETHICS
Alicia M. Hilton

THE RELATIVE RELEVANCE OF LARSON: AWAD V. ZIRIAX AND THE LARSON APPROACH TO ANTI-SHARIA PROVISIONS
Martin R. Kafafian

PAVING THE WAY FOR LEGALIZED SPORTS GAMBLING
Michael Muehle

THE IRISH STATE CASE, INTERROGATION TECHNIQUES AND THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR
Edward M. Neafsey

WHY PADILLA DOES NOT APPLY RETROACTIVELY IN NEW JERSEY: UNDERSTANDING THE “NEW RULE” FOR ADVISING NON-CITIZEN DEFENDANTS ABOUT THE DEPORTATION CONSEQUENCES OF PLEADING GUILTY — STATE V. GAITAN
Allison L. Eiselen

THE CONNECTION BETWEEN UNINTENTIONAL INTESTACY AND URBAN POVERTY
Reid Kress Weisbord

BOOK REVIEW – FRIENDLY FIRE – HENRY FRIENDLY: GREATEST JUDGE OF HIS ERA. BY DAVID M. DORSEN. CAMBRIDGE, MASS.: THE BELKNAP PRESS OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2012. Pp. 498. $35.00
Reviewed by Jonah J. Horwitz

2011

DETRIMENTAL RELIANCE ON DETRIMENTAL RELIANCE: THE COURTS’ CONFLICTING STANDARDS FOR THE RETROACTIVE APPLICATION OF NEW IMMIGRATION LAWS TO PAST ACTS
Anjum Gupta

THE SUPREME COURT TO CLASS ACTION ARBITRATION: DROP DEAD
Arnold Shep Cohen

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