Vol. 45 Nbr. 4, November 2012
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- Section 33E survives the death penalty: why extraordinary review of first-degree murder in Massachusetts serves no compelling purpose.
- Monopoly power in defense of the status quo: a critique of the ABA's role in the regulation of the American legal profession.
- Fatherhood and equality: reconfiguring masculinities.
- Doing Kimbrough justice: implementing policy disagreements with the federal sentencing guidelines.
- Shooting the messenger: a common-sense analysis of state "ag-gag" legislation under the first amendment.
- Massachusetts Genetic Bill of Rights: chipping away at genetic privacy.
- Comparing the strike zones of "three strikes and you're out" laws for California and Georgia, the nation's two heaviest hitters.
- A bridge too far: due process considerations in state unclaimed-property law enforcement.
- Eldercare for the baby-boom generation: are caregiver agreements valid?
- The thirteenth stroke: an approach to "ultimate authority" after Janus.
- Constitutional Law - First Circuit protects right to record public officials discharging duties in public space - Glik v. Cunniffe.
- Constitutional law - Third Circuit holds First Amendment protects off-campus internet speech from school discipline - Layshock ex rel. Layshock v. Hermitage School District.
- Energy & environmental law - Nuclear Regulatory Commission authorizes inaugural combined licenses for construction and operation of two commercial nuclear power plants - In re Southern Nuclear Operating Company.