5 Conn. Pub. Int. L.J. [i] (2005-2006)

handle is hein.journals/cpilj5 and id is 1 raw text is: CONNECTICUT PUBLIC INTEREST
LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 5                       FALL 2005                     NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Extraordinary Rendition Meets the U.S. Citizen: United States'
Responsibility Under the Fourth Amendment ....................................................... 1
Sapna G Lalmalani
To Be or Not To Be: Civility and the Young Lawyer ..................................... 31
Bronson D. Bills
The Case for Black Inferiority? What Must Be True If
Professor Sander Is Right: A Response to A Systemic
Analysis of Affirmative Action in American Law Schools .............................. 41
Beverly . Moran
Striking a Balance in Connecticut Between Economic Growth
and Environmental Protection: A Tale of Two Towns and the
Yale  Farm   Golf Course  ..................................................................................   61
Danielle G McGrath
NOTES
Truth-Telling and Accountability in Democratizing Nations:
The Cases Against Chile's Augusto Pinochet and South Korea's
Chun Doo-Hwan  and Roh Tae-Woo ..............................................................  79
Geoff Gentilucci
Over the Limit: The Case for Increased Regulation
of Credit Cards for College  Students ................................................................. 109
Wayne Jekot
Placing Blame After the Suicide of a Minor: Analysis
of State v. Scruggs and Connecticut's Risk-of-Injury Statute ............................ 131
M Lauren Gillies

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