38 Hofstra L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/hoflr38 and id is 1 raw text is: HOFSTRA IAW REVIEW
Volume 38, No. 1                                           Fall 2009
CONTENTS
IDEA
SMALL IS THE NEW BIGLAW: SOME THOUGHTS ON
TECHNOLOGY, ECONOMICS, AND THE
PRACTICE OF LAW ...................... Glenn Harlan Reynolds  1
ARTICLES
WHAT THE LAW SHOULD (AND SHOULD NOT) LEARN
FROM CHILD DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH ................ Emily Buss  13
LEGAL TURMOIL IN A FACTIOUS COLONY:
NEW YORK, 1664-1776 ...................    William E. Nelson  69
DISCOVERING SECRETS: ACT OF STATE DEFENSES TO
BRIBERY CASES ................................ Elizabeth Spahn  163
AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE FOR EMBATILED TAX
PRACTITIONERS: A LEGISLATIVE RESPONSE TO
UNCERTAIN LEGAL COUNSEL .................... William H. Volz 213
Theresa Ellis
The Case of the Headless Baby
THE CASE OF THE HEADLESS BABY: DID INTERRACIAL
SEX IN THE MASSACHUSETIS BAY COLONY LEAD
TO INFANTICIDE AND THE EARLIEST HABEAS
CORPUS PETITION IN AMERICA? ............Melinde Lutz Sanborn  255
REMARKS
HABEAS BY ANY OTHER NAME .................... Eric M. Freedman  275

CATEGORIZING ZIPPORAH'S PETITION ...............William E. Nelson

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