29 Pace L. Rev. [i] (2008-2009)

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             PACE LAW REVIEW

Volume 29                Fall 2008                Number 1



         JAMES D. HOPKINS MEMORIAL LECTURE

THE MOST DANGEROUS POWER OF THE PROSECUTOR
                                    Bennett L. Gershman

                          ESSAY

THE PRACTICE OF TEACHING, THE PRACTICE OF LAW:
   WHAT DOES IT MEAN To PRACTICE RESPONSIBLY?
                                        Howard Lesnick  29

                        ARTICLES

FETICIDE LAWS: CONTEMPORARY LEGAL APPLICATIONS
   AND CONSTITUTIONAL INQUIRIES
                                       Marka B. Fleming 43

CIVIL LIABILITY FOR AIDING AND ABETTING: SHOULD
   LAWYERS BE PRIVILEGED TO ASSIST THEIR CLIENTS'
   WRONGDOING?
                                       Eugene J. Schiltz 75

                       COMMENTS

MORSE V. FREDERICic EVALUATING A SUPREME HIT TO
   STUDENTS' FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS
                                         Kellie A. Cairns 151

DOWN BUT NOT OUT: How SCHOOL DISTRICTS MAY
   UTILIZE RACE-CONSCIOUS STUDENT ASSIGNMENTS IN
   THE WAKE OF PARENTS INVOLVED IN COMMUNITY
   SCHOOLS V. SEATTLE SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 1
                                      Michael A. Stevens 175

BALANCING INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETAL INTERESTS UNDER
   THE FIRST AMENDMENT: How THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT
   SAVED FANTASY BASEBALL
                                        Salvatore Vetrini 199

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