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Volume 70, Spring 1996, Number 2
Antitrust--The Next One Hundred Years
John H. Shenefield
Frustration of Contractual Purpose--Doctrine or Myth?
Nicholas R. Weiskopf
School Choice Through Vouchers: Drawing Constitutional Lemon-Aid From the Lemon Test
Jo Ann Bodemer
Should Irish Eyes Be Smiling? The Hidden Issue of State Action in Hurley v. Irish American Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Group of Boston
James C. Farrell
Qualitex Co. v. Jacobson Products Co.: Orange You Sorry the Supreme Court Protected Color?
Jean Hayes Kearns
Recent Developments in New York Law
The Survey of New York Practice Table of Contents
Family Court, Queens County, Holds That Posthumous DNA Tests on a Decedent's Frozen Blood Samples Are Admissable in a Paternity Proceeding Where the Decedent's Blood Was Already Drawn and Available
Charlie John Gambino
An Equitable Approach to Creditor Noncompliance with Section 9-504(3) of New York's Uniform Commercial Code: Siemens Credit Corp. v. Marvik Colour, Inc.
Erika L. Weinberg
The Unavailability Rule and Its Effects on New York Hearsay Exceptions: The Confusion Surrounding the New York Court of Appeals' Holding in People v. Sanders
Laura J. Aglietti