Volume VI : 2010 : Number 2
Lessons from Havasupai Tribe v. Arizona State University Board of Regents: Recognizing Group, Cultural, and Dignitary Harms as Legitimate Risks Warranting Integration into Research Practice
Katherine Drabiak-Syed, Visiting Assistant Professor and Faculty Investigator, Indiana University Center for Bioethics.
Who's Got Parental Rights? The Intersection Between Infertility, Reproductive Technologies, and Disability Rights Law
Maya Sabatello, Columbia University's Human Rights Program and NYU's Center for Global Affairs.
Analytical State Survey
Is There a Doctor (and a Lawyer) in the House? Why our Good Samaritans Laws Are Doing More Harm than Good for a National Public Health Security Strategy: A Fifty-State Survey
Victoria Sutton, Paul Whitfield Horn Professor and Director of the Center for Biodefense, Law and Public Policy, Texas Tech University School of Law.
First Amendment Challenges to the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act: Balancing Congress' Interest in Preserving Public Health with the Tobacco Industry's Right to Freely Communicate with Adult Smokers
Kristin Faucette, Suffolk University Law School
New Food Regulations: Safer Products or More Red Tape?
Lincoln Cohoon, Suffolk University Law School
Health Law - Health Care Proxies Can Make Medical Decisions on a Principal's Behalf Outside of a Hospital Setting - Stein v. County of Nassau
Hannah E. Schindler, Suffolk University Law School
Gregory M. Polin, Suffolk University Law School
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