41 Suffolk U. L. Rev. [xiii] (2007-2008)
Table of Contents - Issue 4

handle is hein.journals/sufflr41 and id is 13 raw text is: SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY
LAW REVIEW
Volume XLI                     2008                        Number 4
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM-THE EMPLOYMENT AND LABOR LAW PROFESSOR
AS PUBLIC INTELLECTUAL: SHARING OUR WORK WITH THE
WORLD
Introduction ............................ David C. Yamada  711
Educating Workers About Labor Rights and
Global Wrongs Through Documentary Film ....... Fran Ansley  715
Working (with) Workers:
Implementing Theory .................... Miriam A. Cherry   731
Making Our Work Work ............. Jonathan Barry Forman   739
In the Cause of Union Democracy ........ Michael J. Goldberg  759
ARTICLES
A Theory of Adjudication: Law as Magic ......... Jessie Allen  773
An Introduction to the Legal Profession
in China in the Year 2008 .................. Gerard J. Clark  833
The Law of Unintended Consequences:
Shockwaves in the Lower Courts After
Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly ........ Hon. Colleen McMahon  851
NOTES
The Gospel According to the State:
An Analysis of Massachusetts Adoption Laws and
the Closing of Catholic Charities Adoption Services ...........  871
The Pendulum Swings: Federalization of Corporate Law and
Its Effects on the American Capital Markets .................  899
Puzzling Logic: The Constitutionality of Congress's
Logic Puzzle E-Mail Filters ............................  933
Money for Nothing, Listings for Free: Constitutional
Implications of Subjecting For-Sale-By-Owner Websites
to Real Estate Broker Licensing Statutes ....................  957

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