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1976

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Judicial Review Of Private Hospital Activities, Michigan Law Review Dec 1976

Judicial Review Of Private Hospital Activities, Michigan Law Review

Michigan Law Review

This Note will examine the judicial review of hospitals under state law and the fourteenth amendment and will suggest that unless certain clear requirements for "publicness" are met, judicial restraint based on the failure of legislative institutions to mandate judicial interference is the better course.


Nyquist V. Mauclet, Lewis F. Powell Jr. Oct 1976

Nyquist V. Mauclet, Lewis F. Powell Jr.

Supreme Court Case Files

No abstract provided.


De Facto And De Jure Sex Discrimination Under The Equal Protection Clause: A Reconsideration Of The Veterans' Preference In Public Employment, Grace Blumberg Oct 1976

De Facto And De Jure Sex Discrimination Under The Equal Protection Clause: A Reconsideration Of The Veterans' Preference In Public Employment, Grace Blumberg

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Brief For Appellees, Juidice V. Vail, Jane Bloom Grisé, John D. Gorman Sep 1976

Brief For Appellees, Juidice V. Vail, Jane Bloom Grisé, John D. Gorman

Law Faculty Advocacy

No abstract provided.


Prisoner Property Deprivations: Section 1983 And The Fourteenth Amendment, Steven H. Hazelrigg Jul 1976

Prisoner Property Deprivations: Section 1983 And The Fourteenth Amendment, Steven H. Hazelrigg

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law-Equal Protection-Due Process - The Irrebuttable Presumption Doctrine - Weinberger V. Salfi, Arlen D. Woffinden May 1976

Constitutional Law-Equal Protection-Due Process - The Irrebuttable Presumption Doctrine - Weinberger V. Salfi, Arlen D. Woffinden

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Judicial Review Of Parole Release Decisionmaking, Thomas B. Grier Apr 1976

Judicial Review Of Parole Release Decisionmaking, Thomas B. Grier

IUSTITIA

An inmate at a federal penal institution "is entitled only to be released after full service of his sentence less good time earned during incarceration." He or she is not entitled to parole, for parole is not a right but a privilege, a matter of "legislative grace". The United States Board of Parole has "absolute discretion" in deciding whether and when to grant parole. The judiciary will not interfere with the Board, as "courts are without power to grant a parole or to determine judicially eligibility for parole." And since the Board is statutorily authorized to exercise broad discretion, and ...


Judicial Supervision Of Legislative Classifications - A More Modest Role For Equal Protection, Edward L. Barrett Jr. Mar 1976

Judicial Supervision Of Legislative Classifications - A More Modest Role For Equal Protection, Edward L. Barrett Jr.

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Judicial Review In Local Government Law: A Reappraisal, Harold H. Bruff Jan 1976

Judicial Review In Local Government Law: A Reappraisal, Harold H. Bruff

Articles

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law-Durational Residency Requirement For Divorce Held Not To Violate Fourteenth Amendment Jan 1976

Constitutional Law-Durational Residency Requirement For Divorce Held Not To Violate Fourteenth Amendment

University of Richmond Law Review

One of the legacies of the Warren era was the development of a strict standard of judicial review in certain cases brought under the equal protection clause of the fourteenth amendment. Once the Court determined that a fundamental interest had been infringed or denied, the new equal protection analysis required that the challenged statute pass a "compelling interest" test, or be found in violation of the fourteenth amendment. Various interests have been recognized as fundamental and afforded special protection by the Court.


Expatriation: Afroyim V. Rusk And Its Progeny, Jonathan D. Factor Jan 1976

Expatriation: Afroyim V. Rusk And Its Progeny, Jonathan D. Factor

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Segregation And The Fourteenth Amendment In The States: A Survey Of State Segregation Laws 1865-1953, Francis H. Heller Jan 1976

Segregation And The Fourteenth Amendment In The States: A Survey Of State Segregation Laws 1865-1953, Francis H. Heller

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Prolegomena To Reviving The Civil Rights Act Of 1866: White Standing Under Section 1981 - A Federal Common Law Right To Contract, Allen E. Shoenberger Jan 1976

A Prolegomena To Reviving The Civil Rights Act Of 1866: White Standing Under Section 1981 - A Federal Common Law Right To Contract, Allen E. Shoenberger

Loyola University Chicago Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Due Process In Parole Granting: A Current Assessment, 10 J. Marshall J. Prac. & Proc. 93 (1976), Frank S. Merritt Jan 1976

Due Process In Parole Granting: A Current Assessment, 10 J. Marshall J. Prac. & Proc. 93 (1976), Frank S. Merritt

UIC Law Review

No abstract provided.


Reading The Mind Of The School Board: Segregative Intent And The De Facto/De Jure Distinction, Seth F. Kreimer Jan 1976

Reading The Mind Of The School Board: Segregative Intent And The De Facto/De Jure Distinction, Seth F. Kreimer

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.