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University Of Baltimore Law Forum Volume 2 Number 1 (November 1971) Nov 1971

University Of Baltimore Law Forum Volume 2 Number 1 (November 1971)

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Two Workers, Kenneth Lasson Oct 1971

Two Workers, Kenneth Lasson

All Faculty Scholarship

This article profiles two individuals who were workers in two distinct industries. The first profile is of Dotty Neal, who at the time of this article's writing, worked for the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company, in Maryland. The nature of her job and work are described, often in her own words. The second profile is of Ray Murdock, who worked as a sanitary worker, or "garbageman," in Boston, MA. Again, the nature of this kind of work is described, often in Murdock's own words. The article shows how much technology has changed in the telecommunications industry, and perhaps how much …


Abortion Reform, Richard D. Lamm, Steven A.G. Davison Apr 1971

Abortion Reform, Richard D. Lamm, Steven A.G. Davison

All Faculty Scholarship

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Supreme Court - Super Censor?, Francis B. Burch Jr. Jan 1971

Supreme Court - Super Censor?, Francis B. Burch Jr.

University of Baltimore Law Review

No abstract provided.


University Of Baltimore Law Review Volume 1 Number 1 (Winter 1971) Front Matter Jan 1971

University Of Baltimore Law Review Volume 1 Number 1 (Winter 1971) Front Matter

University of Baltimore Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Reviews: Workmen's Compensation In Maryland, G. Darrell Russel Jr. Jan 1971

Book Reviews: Workmen's Compensation In Maryland, G. Darrell Russel Jr.

University of Baltimore Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Reviews: American International Law Cases 1783-1968, Stuart S. Malawer Jan 1971

Book Reviews: American International Law Cases 1783-1968, Stuart S. Malawer

University of Baltimore Law Review

No abstract provided.


Book Reviews: Antitrust In Japan Jan 1971

Book Reviews: Antitrust In Japan

University of Baltimore Law Review

No abstract provided.


Recent Developments: Maryland Decisions And Statutes Jan 1971

Recent Developments: Maryland Decisions And Statutes

University of Baltimore Law Review

No abstract provided.


Capital Punishment ... On The Way Out? Jan 1971

Capital Punishment ... On The Way Out?

University of Baltimore Law Review

There is a compelling need to review the Supreme Court's position regarding capital punishment, in light of a growing national trend in the courts, as well as the state legislatures, away from the death penalty as an acceptable mode of punishment for the convicted felon. Five crucial issues are recognizable: First, has the Supreme Court by prolonged implication of silence recognized that capital punishment is not violative of the eighth amendment prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment? Second, why has the Supreme Court remained silent during this period while a growing number of cases have been appealed in those states …


Current Publications, Stuart S. Malawer Jan 1971

Current Publications, Stuart S. Malawer

University of Baltimore Law Review

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The Income Tax Consequences Of A Holding Of Unconstitutionality Of Expatriation Statutes Jan 1971

The Income Tax Consequences Of A Holding Of Unconstitutionality Of Expatriation Statutes

University of Baltimore Law Review

The author discusses the impact of recent Supreme Court decisions and congressional statutes on the taxation of naturalized U.S. citizens not residing in the United States.


The Trial Of Petty Offenses By Federal Magistrates: Collision With Amendment Vi Jan 1971

The Trial Of Petty Offenses By Federal Magistrates: Collision With Amendment Vi

University of Baltimore Law Review

The author discusses the trial of petty offenses by federal magistrates under the newly promulgated Rules of Procedure for the Trial of Minor Offenses in light of the sixth amendment guarantees of trial by jury and right to counsel.


The Act Of State Doctrine And The City Bank Case: A Proper Role For The Judiciary In The World Public Order, Stuart S. Malawer Jan 1971

The Act Of State Doctrine And The City Bank Case: A Proper Role For The Judiciary In The World Public Order, Stuart S. Malawer

University of Baltimore Law Review

Banco Nacional de Cuba v. Sabbatino (1964)has recently been called "undoubtedly one of the most important International Law cases to be decided by a domestic court this century...."


Law Review Summaries Jan 1971

Law Review Summaries

University of Baltimore Law Review

This section will summarize recent law review articles on a topic chosen for its social significance which will vary in each issue.


Environmental Class Actions Seeking Damages: The Need For Environmental Class Action Suits, Richard D. Lamm, Steven A.G. Davison Jan 1971

Environmental Class Actions Seeking Damages: The Need For Environmental Class Action Suits, Richard D. Lamm, Steven A.G. Davison

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.