27 Pace L. Rev. [i] (2006-2007)

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Volume 27                 Fall 2006                 Number 1
THE PHILIP B. BLANK MEMORIAL LECTURE
CARPE DIEM: AN OPPORTUNITY TO RECLAIM LAWYERS'
INDEPENDENCE
Louis A. Craco
ARTICLES
THE COST OF GOOD INTENTIONS: WHY THE SUPREME
COURT'S DECISION UPHOLDING AFFIRMATiVE ACTION
ADMISSION PROGRAMS IS DETRIMENTAL TO THE
CAUSE
Leslie Yalof Garfield  15
WHY HEALTH COURTS ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL
Amy Widman    55
STUDENT PIECES
INCLUSIONARY ZONING IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NEW
YORK: IS IT A VIABLE TOOL TO REDUCE A COUNTY-
WIDE HOUSING CRISIS?
Ann S. Matthews  89
Is THERE A COMPELLING INTEREST TO COMPEL?
EXAMINING PRE-HEARING SUBPOENAS UNDER THE
FEDERAL ARBITRATION ACT
Dean W. Sattler 117

Copyright  2006 by Pace Law Review

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