Vol. 44 Nbr. 2, March 2011
- The Massachusetts Constitution - the last thirty years.
- 'You have the right to an attorney,' but not right now: combating Miranda's failure by advancing the point of attachment under article XII of the Massachusetts Declaration of Rights.
- Prophylactic rules and state constitutionalism.
- Exploring how municipal boards can settle appeals of their land use decisions within the framework of the Massachusetts open meeting law.
- But see Guiney: revisiting mandatory random suspicionless drug testing of Massachusetts public-sector safety-sensitive employees in light of house bill 2210.
- Gun-shy originalism: the Second Amendment's original purpose in District of Columbia v. Heller.
- Miscarriage of justice: appellate review of unpreserved constitutional objections to the admission of evidence in Massachusetts.
- When rape isn't like combat: the disparity between benefits for post-traumatic stress disorder for combat veterans and benefits for victims of military sexual assault.
- The EEZ solution to striper management: why the federal government should ban the commercial harvest of striped bass once and for all.
- Constitutional law - Ninth Circuit characterizes taser as 'intermediate' level of force requiring justification of strong governmental interest.
- Copyright law - Seventh Circuit holds product photography sufficiently creative for copyright as derivative works.