Volume 5

Vol. 5 No. 1 – 2005 Fall-Winter

Articles

Extraordinary Rendition Meets the U.S. Citizen: United States’ Responsibility Under the Fourth Amendment
Sapna G. Lalmalani
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To Be or Not To Be: Civility and the Young Lawyer
Bronson D. Bills
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The Case for Black Inferiority? What Must Be True if Professor Sander is Right: A Response to a Systematic Analysis of Affirmative Action in American Law Schools
Beverly I. Moran
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Striking a Balance in Connecticut Between Economic Growth and Environmental Protection: A Tale of Two Towns and the Yale Farm Golf Course
Danielle G. Mcgrath
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Notes & Comments

Truth-Telling and Accountability in Democratizing Nations: The Cases Against Chile’s Augusto Pinochet and South Korea’s Chun Doo-Hwan and Roh Tae-Woo
Geoff Gentilucci
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Over The Limit: The Case for Increased Regulation of Credit Cards for College Students
Wayne Jekot
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Placing Blame After the Suicide of a Minor: Analysis of State v. Scruggs and Connecticut’s Risk-of-Injury Statute
M. Lauren Gillies
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Vol. 5 No. 2 – 2006 Spring

Articles

No Child Left (Behind) Unrecruited
Sanja Zgonjanin
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“Public Use” Requirement in Eminent Domain Cases Based on Slum Clearance, Elimination of Urban Blight, and Economic Development
Olga V. Kotlyarevskaya
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When Rotten Apples Return: How the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 Can Deter Domestic Law Enforcement Authorities From Using Military Interrogation Techniques on Civilians
Raj Dhanasekaran

Notes & Comments

Handcuffing the Morality Police: Can the FCC Constitutionally Regulate Indecency on Satellite Radio?
Jessica E. Elliott
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Detecting the Undetectable: An Examination of the Intersection Between Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome
Kathleen R. Miller
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