43 New Eng. L. Rev. [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/newlr43 and id is 1 raw text is: NEW ENGLAND LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 43                    FALL 2008                     NUMBER 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM: A DISCUSSION OF BOUMEDIENE V. BUSH
FOREWORD
Victor  M   H ansen  ........................................................................................... xi
WHO GOT GAME? BOUMED1ENE V. BUSH AND THE JUDICIAL
GAMESMANSHIP OF ENEMY-COMBATANT DETENTION
D aniel R .  W illiam s  .................................................................... : ........................ 1
THE ROLE OF THE COURTS IN THE WAR ON TERROR: THE INTERSECTION
. OF HYPERBOLE, MILITARY NECESSITY, AND JUDICIAL REVIEW
G eoffrey  S. Corn  ............................................................................................  17
LIBERTY, JUDICIAL REVIEW, AND THE RULE OF LAW AT GUANTANAMO: A
BATTLE HALF WON
D ouglass  Cassel ...........................................................................................  37
COMMENTS
MOTHER MIGHT NOT ALWAYS KNOW BEST: EDWARDS V. ARIZONA, VAN
HOOK V. ANDERSON, AND THE CASE FOR THIRD-PARTY INITIATION
EXCLUSIVELY FROM ATTORNEYS
N . A nthony  Palum bo  .....................................................................................  61
SHIN V. AHN APPLIES THE PRIMARY ASSUMPTION OF RISK DOCTRINE TO
INJURIES SUSTAINED BY GOLFERS IN THE SAME GROUP:
NEGLIGENCE GOES UNPUNISHED
Evan  Steele  Fensterstock  ............................................................................... 87
NOTES
BIG LOVE OR BIG PROBLEM: SHOULD POLYGAMOUS RELATIONSHIPS BE A
FACTOR IN DETERMINING CHILD CUSTODY?
L auren  C . M iele  ..............................................................................................  105
A SILVER LINING IN DOMESTIC TURMOIL: A CALL FOR MASSACHUSETTS TO
ADOPT THE UCCJEA's EMERGENCY JURISDICTION PROVISION
Julie  A . M orley  ...............................................................................................  135

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