85 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (2000-2001)

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VOLUME 85

LAW REVIEW

Summer 2000

IN THIS ISSUE

Legal Malpractice Law in Massachusetts
David A Barry and William L. Boesch
Due Process Protections and The Act
Improving the Sex Offender Registry
Carolyn I. Mansfield, Esq.
Case and Statute Comments
Environmental Law:
CERCLA Causation and Apportionment
Achusnet v. Mohasco Corp.
Criminal Law:
Larceny, Bankruptcy, Intent to Defraud
Commonwealth v. Steven Moreton

Book Review
Court-Martial at Parris Island:
The Ribbon Creek Incident

Cover photo of the General Devens Statue, Essex County by George Peet.
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