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Articles from Albany Law Review (December 22, 2011)

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All is not forgiven - the application of CPLR 2001 to Mendon Ponds defects. McGowan, Peter 9082
Civil forfeiture as a remedy for corruption in public and private contracting in New York. Woods, John P. 15890
Clerking for the chief. Moxley, Cameron Testimonial 644
Conservatism in the Second Circuit: an analysis of the dissenting opinions of Judge Debra Livingston and Judge Reena Raggi. Tedesco, Michael C. 7765
Decision-making at the Second Circuit: Judges Barrington D. Parker, Jr. and Robert D. Sack. Shifton, Christina L. 7148
Everyone's chief - a tribute to Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman. Woods, Patrick A. Testimonial 844
Federalism is alive and well and living in New York: Honorable Hugh R. Jones Memorial Lecture. Wachtler, Sol 4733
High court studies: the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit: dissenting at New York's Federal Appeals Court: an empirical study of Second Circuit dissents and the frequent dissenter, Judge Rosemary Pooler. Clemente, Jessica N. 8603
Institutional conservatism and its impact on appellate decision-making: an empirical study of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Brenner, Robert J. 5823
Introduction to the Honorable Hugh R. Jones Memorial Lecture. Lippman, Jonathan 1608
Judge Bernard S. Meyer: first merit appointee to the New York Court of Appeals. Johnson, Vincent R. 36488
Justice, justice, shall you pursue for rich and poor, high and low alike. Moy, Lillian M. Testimonial 3624
Lighting the way: the Lighthouse decision and judicial review of agency action. Riesel, Daniel 10572
More than meets the eye: a clerk's perspective of Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman. Wood, Margaret Nyland Testimonial 1087
New York intellectual property law review. Miranda, David P. 12679
New York tax warrants: in the strange world of deemed judgments. Carlson, David Gray; Smith, Carlton M. 33537
Overruling by implication and the consequent burden upon bench and bar. Shoot, Brian J. 29745
Should we be talking? - Beginning a dialogue on guardianship for the developmentally disabled in New York. Bailly, Rose Mary; Nick-Torok, Charis B. 16329
Staying true to the ideals of fundamental fairness: an empirical study of the dissents of Judge Straub. Levine, Danielle L. 9345
The admissibility of expert opinion and the bases of expert opinion in sex offender civil management trials in New York. Duffy, Colleen D. 22555
The relocation dilemma: in search of "best interests". Sovronsky, Ruth 7683
Tribute to Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman. Vance, Cyrus R., Jr. Testimonial 599
What does it mean if your appeal as of right lacks a "substantial" constitutional question in the New York Court of Appeals? Pierce, Alan J. 15817
When does a gambling prohibition not prohibit gambling? Or an alternative Mad Hatter's riddle and how it helps us to understand constitutional change in New York. Benjamin, Gerald 10411

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