Vol. 79 Nbr. 4, June - June 2016
- Judith Smith Kaye: A chief judge for the ages.
- Editor's foreword.
- The De Bour/Mcintosh lesson on the importance of state common law.
- New York discovery reform proposals: A critical assessment.
- A case study on court of appeals finality.
- Universal background checking - New York's SAFE Act.
- Gender, victimization, and evolving state standards: A study of New York and Michigan sexual assault legislation.
- Paterno V. Laser Spine Institute: Did the New York court of appeals' misapplication of unjustified policy fears lead to a miscarriage of justice and the creation of inadequate precedent for the proper use of the empire state's long-arm statute?
- Employing popular emerging technologies in the regulation of commercial gaming is not always a winning strategy.
- Nursing home abuse of agents: Creditor misuse of New York's revised durable Power of Attorney.
- Covey V. Atkins: A reevaluation of State justiciability doctrine.
- Gone with the wind: State preemptive power.
- A lesson from the New York teacher tenure challenge: Distinguishing legislative action from inaction within positive rights analysis.
- What every judge should know about the appearance of impartiality.
- Where science conflicts with common sense: Eyewitness identification reform in massachusetts.