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By Danielle Haley* In late October, Governor Cuomo vetoed a bill that “Relates to the definition of a gravity knife.” The law aimed to reform New York's laws regarding gravity knives by reducing the possibility for discretionary and discriminatory enforcement. The law governing gravity knives was initially passed in 1958 and ...


Jan 9, 2017 ... Find out how Harvard law students got President Obama to write a piece for the ' Harvard Law Review' on criminal justice reform, making it the first time a sitting president contributed to the publication.


Tort Law. Prenatal Injuries. Supreme Court of Illinois Refuses to Recognize Cause of Action. Brought by Fetus against Its Mother for Unintentional Infliction of Prenatal Injuries. Stallman v. Youngquist, 125 Ill. 2d 267, 531 N. E.2d 355 (1988). Reviewed work(s):. Source: Harvard Law Review, Vol. 103, No. 3 (Jan., 1990), pp .


Jun 24, 2014 ... For publications as old as the Harvard Law Review, design is the thread of continuity that runs like a seam through over 125 years of history. But while the Harvard Law Review's famously image-impoverished design, typography, and layout carried it through the late 19th and 20th centuries, the digital era ...


The Harvard Journal on Racial & Ethnic Justice welcomes the submission of articles on the history, politics, economics, or theory behind race in law enforcement and the criminal justice system and the diverse ways in which it defines the lived experience of people of color.


May 25, 2017 ...Harvard law journal: unborn babies are constitutional persons.” So reads the surprising headline on the press release from the student-run Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy. In a provocative article, law student Joshua Craddock fires a challenge not only at pro-choice orthodoxy but at mainstream ...


Harvard Law School. Harvard Law Review. Cambridge, Mass.: The Harvard Law Review Association, 1954- 1956 . Vols. 67 to 69 1953-1956 , 3 bound volumes, Tan buckram with upper red and lower black spine lettering pieces. Ex-library with stanps on inside front and rear covers and title pages. 75.


Jun 23, 2008 ... Barack Obama's election as the first black president of the Harvard Law Review in 1990 gave him his first moment of national fame, a powerful intellectual credential and a sweet book deal. It was also his first electoral victory, won in part by convincing the conservative minority of law students that he would ...


In "The Right to Privacy," Louis Brandeis and Samuel Warren defined protection of the private realm as the foundation of individual freedom in the modern age. Given the increasing capacity of government, the press, and other agencies and institutions to invade previously inaccessible aspects of personal activity, they ...