Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems - Abstracts

Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems
Adversarialism defended: Daubert and the judge's role in evaluating expert evidence.Social sciencesKim, Hyongsoon
A house of our own or a house we've outgrown? An argument for increasing the size of the House of Representatives.Social sciencesYates, Christopher St. John
American MNCs continue to profit from the use of forced and slave labor begging the question: should America take a cue from Germany?Social sciencesEllinikos, Maria
An old solution to a new problem: physician unions take the edge off managed care.Social sciencesRugg, Jeffrey
Assisting the jury in understanding victimization: expert psychological testimony on battered woman syndrome and rape trauma syndrome.Social sciencesMurphy, Susan
Biology, technology and genealogy: a proposed uniform surrogacy legislation.Social sciencesLevitt, Jamie
"Citizen-soldiers" or anonymous justice: reconciling the Sixth Amendment right of the accused, the First Amendment right of the media and the privacy right of jurors.Social sciencesLitt, Marc O.
Go ahead, state, make them pay: an analysis of Washington D.C.'s Assault Weapon Manufacturing Strict Liability Act.Social sciencesBoser, Markus
Misfit power, the First Amendment and the public forum: is there room in America for the Grateful Dead?Social sciencesKanzer, Adam M.
Remaking Procrustes's bed: a model for non-exclusive labor law.Social sciencesCrone, Maya R.
RICO conspiracy standing after Sedima.Social sciencesBrooks, Fredric
Suspicionless drug urinalysis of public school teachers: the concern for student safety cannot outweigh teachers' legitimate privacy interests. (Case Note)Social sciencesSchmidt, Karin
The Maine Clean Election Act: cleansing public institutions of private money.Social sciencesLazarus, Theodore
The mass plaintiff: public interest law, direct mail fundraising and the donor/client.Social sciencesStone, Roger Alan
The use of Internet filters in public schools: double click on the Constitution.Social sciencesKaiser, Whitney A.
Web-sight for visually-disabled people: does Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act apply to Internet websites?Social sciencesSchloss, Adam M.
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