5 B.U. Pub. Int. L.J. [i] (1995-1996)
Table of Contents - Issue 2

handle is hein.journals/bupi5 and id is 145 raw text is: BOSTON UNIVERSITY
PUBLIC INTEREST LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 5                  WINTER 1996                 NUMBER 2
CONTENTS
COMMENTARY
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF MASSACHUSETTS' BILL
RELATIVE TO THE TRIAL AND SENTENCING OF SERIOUS
JUVENILE OFFENDERS ......................... Scott Harshbarger 135
Carolyn Keshian
ARTICLES
LIFE AT LORTON: AN EXAMINATION OF PRISONERS' RIGHTS
AT THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CORRECTIONAL
FACILITIES  ...................................... Katya  Lezin  165
THE RIGHT TO ASSISTED SUICIDE IN WASHINGTON
AND OREGON: THE COURTS WON'T ALLOW A
NORTHWEST PASSAGE ........................... Robert L. Kline 213
THE HUD REINVENTION: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS... Jenifer J. Curhan 239
NOTES
GANGS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT: THE NECESSITY OF
LIMITING THE USE OF GANG PROFILES ............... Suzin Kim  265
THE NORTHERN ROCKIES ECOSYSTEM PROTECTION ACT:
IN SUPPORT OF ENACTMENT ................... Tara K. Weinman 287
APPLICATION OF THE CIVIL LIBERTIES ACT TO JAPANESE
PERUVIANS: SEEKING REDRESS FOR DEPORTATION AND
INTERNMENT CONDUCTED BY THE UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT DURING WORLD WAR II .... Manjusha P. Kulkarni 309
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAW
A SURVEY OF CASES ADDRESSING THE FAMILY AND
M EDICAL  LEAVE  A CT  .......................................  341
MANN V. HAIGH
MCCOWN V. UOP, INC.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMM'N V.
METROPOLITAN EDUC. ENTER.
MANUEL V. WESTLAKE POLYMERS CORP.
McKIERNAN V. SMITH-EDWARDS-DUNLAP CO.
OSWALT V. SARA LEE CORP.
REICH V. MIDWEST PLASTIC ENGINEERING, INC.
ROBBINS V. BUREAU OF NAT'L AFFAIRS, INC.
BRANNON V. OSHKOSH B'GOSH, INC.

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