42 New Eng. L. Rev. [i] (2007-2008)

handle is hein.journals/newlr42 and id is 1 raw text is: NEW ENGLAND LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 42                  FALL 2007                   NUMBER 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IN MEMORIAM
JUDGE JAMES R. LAWTON
J ohn  F .  O 'B rien  ..................................................................................................  1
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
NEW ENGLAND SCHOOL OF LAW COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
M ichael J.  Sullivan  .......................................................................................  5
ARTICLES
BORDERS BEYOND BORDERS - PROTECTING ESSENTIAL TRIBAL
RELATIONS OFF RESERVATION UNDER THE INDIAN CHILD
WELFARE ACT
P atrice  H . K unesh  ........................................................................................  15
NO RIGHT TO RESPECT: DRED SCOTT AND THE SOUTHERN HONOR
CULTURE
C ecil J. H unt, II  .............................................................................................  79
NOTES
CHIPPING AT THE ICEBERG: HOW MASSACHUSETTS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION
LAW CAN SURVIVE ERISA PREEMPTION AND MANDATE THE
EXTENSION OF EMPLOYEE BENEFITS TO ALL MARRIED SPOUSES
WITHOUT REGARD TO SEXUAL ORIENTATION
Joel  M   N olan  ............................................................................................ 109
PROSECUTION WITHOUT PERSECUTION: THE INABILITY OF COURTS TO
RECOGNIZE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SPIRITUAL HEALING AND A SHIFT
TOWARDS LEGISLATIVE ACTION
A llison  C iullo  ............................................................................................. 155
TELEMEDICINE IN MASSACHUSETTS: A BETTER WAY TO REGULATE
Sarah  E . B orn  ............................................................................................ 195

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