84 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (1999-2000)

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VOLUME 84

LAW REVIEW

Summer 1999

IN THIS ISSUE

The Nature and Extent of Privilege for Mental Health
Professionals in Massachusetts
Jackie Gardina
Church Autonomy in the Massachusetts Courts:
Parish of the Advent v. Protestant Episcopal Diocese
Thomas B. Merritt
Post Pettingell: Resolving the Dilemma of Duties to Clients vs.
Duties to Partners
Anthony D. Martin
Book Review
All the Laws but One, Civil Liberties in Wartime
Case and Statute Comment
Constitutional Law - Federal Commerce Clause Challenge
to Massachusetts Corporate Excise Tax Imposed on
Foreign Corporations
Aloha Freightways, Inc. v. Commissioner of Revenue

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