A bimonthly law journal edited by a student board. A third of each issue consists of student notes dealing with current legal developments, and the remaining content is devoted to articles and comments by professors and practitioners. Generally one issue
Articles from Vol. 62, No. 4, January
DNA Profiles, Computer Searches, and the Fourth AmendmentRead preview Overview
ABRSTRACT Pursuant to federal statutes and to laws in all fifty states, the United States government has assembled a database containing the DNA profiles of over eleven million citizens. Without judicial authorization, the government searches each...
Our Place in the World: A New Relationship for Environmental Ethics and LawRead preview Overview
IV. AN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW OF ETHICAL CHANGE: THREE APPLICATIONS AND THE CASE FOR ETHICAL CHANGE, REVISITED In at least three areas of contemporary environmental law, there is new openness to changing values. These areas find people unsure of what...