Volume 10, Number 2


Unburdening the Right to Abortion: Casey's Undue Burden Standard

Introductory Remarks: The Burden of Judicial Bypass Proceedings
Ann Shalleck

Casey Skit: A Pedagogical Tool for Interviewing Young Women and Proceeding Through a Judicial Bypass Hearing
Jamin B. Raskin and Ann Shalleck

The Paradox of Judicial Bypass Proceedings
Jamin B. Raskin

Mother, May I?: Ramifications for Parental Involvement Laws for Minors Seeking Abortion Services
Jennifer Blasdell

Casey Reflections
Elizabeth A. Cavendish

Clarence Thomas After Ten Years

Clarence Thomas After Ten Years: Some Reflections
Stephen J. Wermiel

Clarence Thomas: The First Ten Years Looking for Consistency
Mark C. Niles

"My Rookie Years Are Over": Clarence Thomas After Ten Years
Scott D. Gerber

The Textualism Of Clarence Thomas: Anchoring The Supreme Court's Property Rights Jurisprudence to the Constitution
Nancie G. Marzulla


On the Hijacking of Agencies (and Airplanes): The Federal Aviation Administration, "Agency Capture," and Airline Security
Mark C. Niles

Note & Comment

Female Inmates Living in Fear: Sexual Abuse by Correctional Officers in the District of Columbia
Katherine C. Parker

From Seat Belts to Handcuffs: May Police Arrest for Minor Traffic Violations?
Lisa Ruddy

Current Event

ACLU v. Reno
217 F.3d 162 (3d Cir. 2000)

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