44 New Eng. L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/newlr44 and id is 1 raw text is: NEW ENGLAND LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 44                    FALL 2009                    NUMBER I
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES
HIRSCH LECTURE: GENDER, MASCULINITIES, AND TRANSITION IN
CONFLICTED SOCIETIES
Naomi Cahn  &  Fionnuala  Ni Aol in  ................................................................ 1
THE ESTATE AND GIFT TAX IMPLICATIONS OF SELF-SETTLED DOMESTIC ASSET
PROTECTION TRUSTS: CAN You REALLYHA VE YOUR CAKE AND EATIT
Too?
P hyllis  C . Sm ith  ...........................................................................................   25
NOTES
THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF STOP-LOSS AND WHY IT IS BETTER FOR
THE COUNTRY THAN THE DRAFT
Tim   D onahue  ................................................................................................  71
NOBLE IN THEORY, VAIN IN PRACTICE: A CRITIQUE OF LEVEL ONE SEX
OFFENDERS IN MASSACHUSETTS
JenaiJ.  C orm ier  .............................................................................................  103
COPYRIGHT PROTECTION FOR THE FRUITS OF DIGITAL LABOR: FINDING
ORIGINALITY IN DIGITAL WIRE-FRAMES
M ichael P alum bo  ...........................................................................................  127
THE MACHINE KNOWS!: WHAT LEGAL IMPLICATIONS ARISE FOR GPS
DEVICE MANUFACTURERS WHEN DRIVERS FOLLOWING THEIR GPS
DEVICE INSTRUCTIONS CAUSE AN ACCIDENT?
M artin  .  Saulen  .............................................................................................  159
COMMENTS
PREGNANCY AS A RESULT OF UNLAWFUL BUT NON-FORCIBLE SEXUAL
CONDUCT IS NOT A FORM OF GREAT BODILY INJURY
Sabrina  B onanno  ............................................................................................ 193
No HELPING HAND FOR DRUG ADDICTS: A HELPING HAND L.L. C. v. BALTIMORE
COUNTY, MARYLAND, THE ADA, AND THE CASE FOR DISABLED DRUG
ADDICTS
K evin  Voyvodich  ........................................................................................ 207

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