87 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (2002-2003)

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VOLUME 87

LAW REVIEW

Summer 2002

IN THIS ISSUE

Loss of Chance in Medical Malpractice: The Need for Caution
Tory A. Weigand
Kinship Care Reform: A Proposal for Consent Legislation in
Massachusetts
Laura Weinrib
An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure: A Collaborative
Approach to Eliminate Improper Closing Arguments
Peter W. Agnes, Jr.
Case and Statute Comments
Inheritance Rights of the Posthumously Conceived Child:
What Exactly Does Lauren Woodward v. Commissioner of
Social Security Decide?
Fiduciary Duty, Broker-Dealer
Patsos v. First Albany Corporation et al.
Book Review
John Adams

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