24 B.U. Pub. Int. L.J. [i] (2015)

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             BOSTON UNIVERSITY

    PUBLIC INTEREST LAW JOURNAL

VOLUME 24               WINTER 2015               NUMBER I


                        CONTENTS

ARTICLES

How STUDENTS BECAME CRIMINALS:
  THE SIMILARITIES BETWEEN STOP
  AND FRISK AND SCHOOL SEARCHES
  AND THE EFFECT ON DELINQUENCY RATES ....... .Rachel N. Johnson  I

EXTENDING STATUTES OF LIMITATIONS FOR
  VICTIMS OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
  BASED ON THE DEVELOPMENTAL MODEL
  AND INTERNATIONAL LAW .......................... Rebecca Lowe  27

MISSING THE METAPHOR: COMPULSORY
  DECRYPTION AND THE FIFTH
  AMENDMENT ........................................ Jeffrey  Kiok  53

SPECIAL DELIVERY: ALLOW TWO TO THREE
  WEEKS FOR SHIPPING . . . AND
  NSA BUGGING   ................................Sarah O'Donohue  81

THE PRESENTMENT CLAUSE MEETS THE
  SUSPENSION POWER: THE AFFORDABLE
  CARE ACT's LONG AND WINDING
  ROAD TO IMPLEMENTATION .................... Mitchell J. Widener 109


CASE COMMENT

AN INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION OF THE
  LILLY LEDBETTER FAIR PAY ACT OF 2009:
  How COURTS GOT IT WRONG. .. TWICE ............Julia M. Fox  143

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