Volume 69, Summer-Fall 1995, Numbers 3-4
Note:This double issue contains articles from Symposium: Twenty-Five Years After Tinker: Balancing Students' Rights.
The Hazelwood Progeny: Autonomy and Student Expression in the 1990's
Bruce C. Hafen and Jonathan O. Hafen
Students' Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment Rights After Tinker: A Half Full Glass?
Jacqueline A. Stefkovitch
United States v. Lopez: Reevaluating Congressional Authority Under the Commerce Clause
Michael C. Carroll and Paul R. Dehmel
Recent Developments in New York Law
New York Court of Appeals Holds for the First Time That an X-Ray Is a Writing Subject to the Best Evidence Rule, Thererby Admitting Secondary Evidence to Describe the Contents of a Lost X-Ray
Anthony J. Albanese
People v. Michael M.: New York Supreme Court Allows Suppression Hearing in a Child Sexual Abuse Case to Determine Whether a Child's Testimony Has Been Rendered Unreliable by a Suggestive Interview
Jennifer A. Petrilli