56 Clev. St. L. Rev. [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/clevslr56 and id is 1 raw text is: CLEVELAND STATE
LAW REVIEW

Volume 56                          2008                        Number 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
WHAT THE ERIE SURROGATE TRIPLETS CAN
TEACH STATE LEGISLATURES ABOUT THE
NEED TO ENACT ARTICLE 8 OF THE UNIFORM
PARENTAGE ACT (2000)  ...................................................  Robert E. Rains  I
PROMISSORY ESTOPPEL AND THE PROTECTION OF
INTERPERSONAL TRUST  .......................................................  John J. Chung  37
SLAVERY, FEDERALISM, AND THE CONSTITUTION:
ABLEMAN V. BOOTH AND THE STRUGGLE OVER
FUGITIVE  SLAVES  ..................................................................  Earl M . M altz  83
MOTIVATIONAL LAW   ......................................................  Arnold S. Rosenberg  111
NOTES
IMMUNIZING AGAINST ADDICTION: THE
ARGUMENT FOR INCORPORATING EMERGING
ANTI-ADDICTION VACCINES INTO EXISTING
COMPULSORY IMMUNIZATION STATUTES ............................. Alexis Osburn  159
RECLAIMING ABANDONED PROPERTIES: USING
PUBLIC NUISANCE SUITS AND LAND BANKS TO
PURSUE ECONOMIC REDEVELOPMENT .......................... Matthew J Samsa  189
CITE AS 56 CLEV. ST. L. REv. _ (2008)
The views expressed in the Cleveland State Law Review are those of the authors of the articles
and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the trustees, faculty, alumni, or students of the
Cleveland State University or the College of Law. Contributing authors are expected to reveal
personal, economic, or professional interest that may have influenced the views taken or
advocated in their articles. Each author impliedly represents that such disclosure has been
made.

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