28 J. Nat'l Ass'n Admin. L. Judiciary [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/jnaa28 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
of ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDICIARY
Vol. 28                    Spring 2008                         No. 1
CONTENTS
Page
Due Process; A Detached Judge; and Enemy Combatants
Julian  M ann  III  .................................................................................. 1
Substantial Evidence Review in Social Security Cases as an Issue of
Fact
2007 FED. CTS. L. REv. 3 (2007)1
M orton  D enlow   ...................................................................................  29
How Administrative Law Halted the Death Penalty in Maryland
37 U. BALT. L.F. 119 (2007)2
Arnold  Rochvarg ........................................................................   66
Administrative Decisionmaking by Judges in the United States'
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator's Civil Penalty
Assessment Process: Whatever Happened to the Law?
32 WM. & MARY ENVTL. L. & POL'Y REv. 57 (2007)3
Richard  R. W agner .......................................................................   80
Refugee Roulette in an Administrative Law Context: The D~jA vu of
Decisional Disparities in Agency Adjudication
60 STAN. L. REv. 475 (2007)4
M argaret H .  Taylor ......................................................................... 158
Massachusetts v. Environmental Protection Agency, Exploring the Merits
of Greenhouse Gas Regulation
E lise  K orican  ................................................................................... 193
Fair Play: The Tension Between an Athletic Association's Regulatory
Power and Free Speech Rights of Member Schools - The Practical
Implications of Tennessee v. Brentwood
A aron  E chols ............................................................................................ 237
Reprinted with permission of the Federal Courts Law Review.
2 Reprinted with permission of the University of Baltimore Law Forum.
3 Reprinted with permission of William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy
Review.
4 Reprinted with permission of Stanford Law Review.

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