72 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (1987)

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VOLUME 72  REVNUMBER

March 1987

IN THIS ISSUE

President's Message
Alice E. Richmond
Eleventh Annual Report to the Bar on the State of the
Massachusetts Judiciary
Honorable Edward E Hennessey
Massachusetts State Court Class Actions
Timothy Wilton
The Power to Punish:
Authority of Arbitrators to Award Multiple Damages and
Attorneys' Fees
G. Richard Shell
Case & Statute Comments
Bankruptcy-Dischargeabiity of Court Ordered Support
Payments
Criminal Law-Sentencing-Imposition of Harsh Sentence
After Trial
Employment Law-Termination of Employee At-Will in
Violation of Public Policy
Opinion of the Committee on Professional Ethics

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Massachusetts Law Review
Editorial Board
1986-1987
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Philip M. Cronin
Withington, Cross, Park & Groden
73 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02108
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Managing Editor
Professor Joseph D. Cronin
Suffolk University Law School
Beacon Hill, Boston, MA 02114
573-8547
Associate Editors
Stanley E. Adelman  Boston
Henry L. Barr  Boston
Henry E. Clay, Jr.  Boston
Jerry Cohen  Boston
Richard M. Gelb  Boston
Bart J. Gordon  Springfield
Hon. Mel L. Greenberg  Worcester
Marjorie E. Heins  Boston
John H. Henn  Boston
Prof. Margaret L. Houy  Boston
Pamela L. Hunt  Cambridge
Stephen R. Kaplan  Northampton
Paul R. Keane  Boston
J. Thomas Kirkman  Hyannis
Stephen I. Lipman  Boston
Marian S. Lubinsky  South Deerfield
Richard F. McCarthy  Boston
Judith E. Miles  Amherst
Laurie A. Morin  Boston
Prof. Wendy E. Parmet  Boston
Dyanne Klein Polatin  Salem
Barry Ravech  Boston
Hon. Ernest I. Rotenberg  Attleboro
Marshall D. Stein  Boston
Salvatore F Stramondo  Boston
Gilda M. 'honi  Boston
Patricia M. Watson  Danvers

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prudence, of promoting reform in the law, of facil-
itating the administration of justice, of furthering
uniformity of legislation throughout the Union,
of upholding the honor of the profession of law,
and encouraging cordial intercourse among the
members of the Massachusetts Bar.
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MASSACHUSETrS BAR ASSOCIATION

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