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  Boston University Public Interest Law Journal
  Volume 11, Number 2-3, Spring/Summer 2002
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  • ARTICLES
  • THE MISSING JURISPRUDENCE OF MERIT
        Allen R. Kamp
        p.141                                                                                      +cite        
  • DETERMINING CHARTER SCHOOLS' RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES: A GUIDE THROUGH THE LEGAL LABYRINTH
        Julie F. Mead
        p.167                                                                                      +cite        
  • SUBSTANTIAL COMPLIANCE PERMITS SUBSTANTIAL SUFFERING: DEBUNKING THE MYTH OF A PRINCIPLED "SPLIT" IN THE CIRCUITS OVER MANDATORY TIMELINESS REQUIREMENTS IN FEDERAL BENEFITS LAW
        Armen H. Merjian
        p.191                                                                                      +cite        
  • AFTER BRANGDON v. ABBOTT: WHY LEGISLATION IS STILL NEEDED TO MANDATE INFERTILITY INSURANCE
        James B. Roche
        p.215                                                                                      +cite        

  • NOTES
  • DIPPING INTO UNCLE SAM'S POCKETS: FEDERAL FUNDING OF STEM CELL RESEARCH: IS IT LEGAL?
        Carly Goldstein
        p.229                                                                                      +cite        
  • UNITED STATES v. MORRISON: A CRITIQUE OF THE SUPREME COURT'S RESTRICTION OF CONGRESS' FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT POWERS
        Deena Hausner
        p.261                                                                                      +cite        
  • MORRISON OVERCOME: PROTECTING RED WOLVES AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE STATE
        Walter Partain
        p.277                                                                                      +cite        

  • COMMENT
  • AFTER WOODWARD v. COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SERVICES: WHERE DO POSTHUMOUSLY CONCEIVED CHILDREN STAND IN THE LINE OF DESCENT?
        Amy L. Komoroski
        p.297                                                                                      +cite