Volume 7, Fall 1991, Issue 1
Note:This issue contains articles from Colloquium: The Judicial Nomination and Confirmation Process.
What We Should Learn from the Hill vs. Thomas Fiasco
David R. Dow and Richard A. Westin
Supreme Court Nominations and "Political" Decision-Making
The Thomas Hearings, Confirmations and Congressional Ethics
Theodore B. Olson
The Future of Roe v. Wade in the Supreme Court: Devolution of the Right of Abortion and Resurgence of State Control
Lisa J. Allegrucci and Paul E. Kunz
Once More into the Breach: The Peremptory Challenge After Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Co.
Gerald A. Bunting and Lesley A. Reardon
Testing Health Care Workers for AIDS: Public Necessity or Private Intrusion?
Mary Carter and Pankaj Malik
Supreme Court Appointments After the Thomas Nomination: Reforming the Confirmation Process
Joseph Faria and David Markey
Mothers and Significant Others: Parental Standing to Seek Visitation Rights in the Best Interest of the Child
Susan Gross Goldstein and Christopher J. Soltys
Who Can Stand Up for the Environment?: Standing to Challenge Administrative Agency Actions
Bruce B. Varney and George J. Ward Jr.
Providing Blanket Comment K Immunity to all FDA Approved Ethical Drugs: The Defect in Grundberg v. Upjohn Co.
Christopher J. Albee and Dawn Kilgallen
Enforcing Contractual Attorney's Fees as an Element of Nondischargeable Debt: Transouth Financial Corp. of Florida v. Johnson
Kevin John Buck and Keith A. Gilman