77 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (1992)

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VOLUME 77

March 1992

LAW REVIEW

IN THIS ISSUE

Commemorating the Tercentenary of the Supreme Judicial Court
R. Michael Cassidy and Renee M. Landers, Editors
Tercentenary Events                                                        2
Address at the Banquet Inaugurating a Scholarly Colloquium
on the History of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court                 3
Benjamin Kaplan
The Inherent Power to Reform: An Essay on the
Massachusetts Judiciary                                                    8
William Burnett Harvey
The Revolutionary Moment and the Supreme Judicial Court                   22
Catherine S. Menand
Who Was James Otis, Jr.?                                                  31
Edward F. Hennessey
The Supreme Judicial Court in its Fourth Century: Meeting
the Challenge of the New Constitutional Revolution                      35
Charles H. Baron
Entering the Male Domain: Women Lawyers in the
Courtroom in Modern American History                                      44
Virginia G. Drachman
Annual Report on the State of the Massachusetts Judiciary                 51
Chief Justice Paul J.Liacos
Case & Statute Comments                                                   59
Criminal Law and Procedure-Rule 36
Book Review                                                               61
The Justice From Beacon Hill: The Life and Times of
Oliver Wendell Holmes
Cover photo by George Peet.  Keller and Peet Associates 1992.
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