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    • Taking Care of Strangers: The Rule of Law in Doctor-Patient Relations 

      Stason, Natalie L. C. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-05)
      A review of 'Taking Care of Strangers: The Rule of Law in Doctor-Patient Relations' by R. A. Burt.
    • Before the Best Interests of the Child 

      Sorg, Karl G. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-05)
      A review of 'Before the Best Interests of the Child,' by Joseph Goldstein, Anna Freud and Albert J. Solnit.
    • Vol. 1, no. 2, Spring 1981: Table of Contents 

      Northern Illinois University Law Review (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-05)
    • The Admissibility of Expert Testimony on the Issue of Eyewitness Identification in Criminal Trials 

      Arnolds, Edward B.; Carroll, William K.; Seng, Michael P. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-11)
      The authors raise the serious problems inherent in the use of eyewitness identification of defendants in criminal trials. They suggest that allowing expert testimony on its unreliability is essential to counteract possible ...
    • Judicially Created Defenses to the Unauthorized Use of Trademarks 

      Binnie, Jonathan (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-11)
      This comment identifies circumstances in which courts have permitted the unauthorized use of anothers' trademark where the use was outside the exceptions enumerated in the Lanham Act. The author ascertains underlying policy ...
    • San Diego Gas & Electric: A Regulation Gone Too Far? 

      Spiroff, Harlan J. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-11)
      This note analyzes the dissenting view of the Court that the mere imposition of a zoning regulation can affect a permanent or temporary taking of property for which compensation must be paid under the fifth and fourteenth ...
    • Bullington v. Missouri: The Cloning of the Prosecutorial Apple 

      Walker, Carol Evans (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-11)
      The double jeopardy clause is now interpreted to prohibit a redetermination of a sentence where a state's capital sentencing statutes mandate a bifurcated trial in which the sentencing hearing is procedurally identical to ...
    • Commentary: Imprisonment--The Misplaced Focus of Sentencing Reform 

      Monsees, Andrea (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-11)
      A response to Professor Zimring suggesting that imprisonment was a temporary adjustment to the loss of more productive forms of punishment and that it is an anachronism when used as the focus of sentencing reform.
    • Sentencing Reform in the States: Some Sobering Lessons from the 1970's 

      Zimring, Franklin E. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-11)
      An analysis of the sentencing reform movement of the 1970's which attacked parole board discretion in favor of determinate sentencing systems. Professor Zimring criticizes the outcomes of that reform and presents some ...
    • Commentary: Some Lessons from the History of Illinois Sentencing Laws 

      Haddad, James B. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-11)
      An analysis that criticizes Professor Zimring's conclusions and argues that sentencing reform in Illinois resulted in a fair, determinate system based on lessons learned from the past.
    • Commentary: The Imprisonment Decision--Why Not Try Something Old? 

      Swift, Joel H. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-11)
      A response to Professor Zimring discussing the procedures used in the sentencing process, focusing on the imprisonment decision. A more extensive use of "due process" type procedures at the sentencing stage is proposed.
    • Vol. 2, no. 1, Winter 1981: Table of Contents 

      Northern Illinois University Law Review (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1981-11)
    • Let Live and Let Die: Disabled Newborns and Contemporary Law 

      Parness, Jeffrey A. (1982)
      Several thousand infants die in the United States each year as a result of parental decisions to withdraw or withhold necessary medical treatment. Physicians implement these decisions in treating infants born with disabilities ...
    • Constitutional Chaos: Rodrock v. Security Industrial Bank / Thorp Finance Corporation v. Gifford 

      Merrick, Richard L. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1982-05)
      An extensive analysis of the history of bankruptcy law in order to show that the Rodrock and Gifford decisions were incorrect in their analysis of "value" which exceeded time-honored constitutional and common law limitations.
    • DES: The Patchwork Quilt of Tort Law 

      Brennan, Sharon C. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1982-05)
      This Comment will present an overview of the major issues confronting the DES litigant and will analyze the arguments and reasoning of the most significant cases addressing those issues. Common factors upon which the courts ...
    • Report and Recommendations 

      Consumer Bankruptcy Subcommittee of the Committee on Consumer Financial Services of the American Bar Association (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1982-05)
      The Subcommittee suggests that bankruptcy law can be made consistent with income-based consumer credit practices, stemming the-tide of bankruptcy losses.
    • The Potential for Post-Discharge Lien Survival: Problems Surrounding Sections 506(d) and 524(a) of the Bankruptcy Code of 1978 

      Schmid, Andrew J. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1982-05)
      Because of the ambiguities surrounding the discharge injunction, the author suggests that section 506(d) should be recognized by the bankruptcy bar for its value in preventing attachment of inchoate liens, impairing the ...
    • Educational Loans in Bankruptcy 

      Kalevitch, Lawrence (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1982-05)
      An analysis of judicial treatment of student loans in bankruptcy proceedings, with special emphasis on four particular problem areas.
    • The Precarious Constitutionality of RICO Civil Remedies 

      Rodgers, Edward J. III (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1982-05)
      This Comment will analyze the differences between civil, quasi-criminal and criminal cases, and demonstrate that RICO civil remedies are civil (regulatory-compensatory) in nature, rather than criminal (penal), or quasi-criminal. ...
    • The Lassiter Decision: Termination of Parental Rights - New Standards for Right to Appointed Counsel 

      Ahlstrand, Deborah L. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1982-05)
      This casenote will examine the historical development of the constitutional right to counsel. It will then analyze the Court's opinion in Lassiter in light of previous cases and look to the future impact of the decision.