Vol. 64 Nbr. 2, December 2000
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- International human rights and United States law: predictions of a courtwatcher.
- Union strategies in privatizations: Shakespeare-inspired alternatives.
- Public forums, selective subsidies, and shifting standards of viewpoint discrimination.
- Challenges for cause in New York criminal cases.
- The application of labor relations and discrimination statutes to lay teachers at religious schools: the Establishment Clause and the pretext inquiry.
- Sunday law in the nineteenth century.
- Inmates' religious rights: deference to religious leaders and accommodation of individualized religious beliefs.
- What you can't see can hurt you: Do latent violations of a restrictive land use ordinance, existing upon conveyance, constitute a breach of the covenant against encumbrances?
- Mark G. v. Sabol: substantive due process rights, a possibility for foster care children in New York.