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Volume 72, Spring 2020, Issue 3

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The County Line: The Law and Politics of Ballot Positioning in New Jersey Brett M. Pugach, Esq. Unelected and unaccountable party bosses and political machines have for many years used

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Symposium 2019

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The Rutgers University Law Review Spring Symposium was held on Thursday, April 18th, 2019. The Symposium focused on the legal issues presented by the opioid crisis in America.  Specifically, panelists discussed the implications

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Volume 71, Issue 2

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Volume 71, Issue 2 Articles Facilitating the Compliance Function Jennifer M. Pacella In the current regulatory era in which we live, compliance is as important as ever. Practitioners, the legal

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Volume 70, Issue 1

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Volume 71| Fall 2018 | Issue 1 ARTICLES A New Guard at the Courthouse Door: Corporate Personal Jurisdiction in Complex Litigation After the Supreme Court’s Decision Quartet David W. Ichel

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Volume 71, Issue 3

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Volume 71, Issue 3 Articles Improving Health Outcomes and Lowering Costs: Attorneys as Proactive, Paid Providers Treating Social Determinants of Health Frank Griffin, M.D., J.D. Innovative and emerging value-based delivery

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Volume 70, Issue 4

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Volume 70, Issue 4 Introduction and Foreword Introduction Robert F. Williams* This is our Twenty-Ninth Annual Issue on State Constitutional Law. We believe we have, again, added to the knowledge

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Symposium 2016

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Volume 69, Issue 4

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Volume 69, Summer 2017, Issue 4 Foreword State Constitutionalism and the Limits of Judicial Power Hon. Jack L. Landau It is easy to think of state justiciability doctrine as an

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Volume 69, Issue 5

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Volume 69, Summer 2017, Issue 5 Articles Churches’ Lobbying and Campaigning: A Proposed Statutory Safe Harbor for Internal Church Communications Edward A. Zelinsky President Trump, reiterating the position he took

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Volume 70, Issue 1

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Volume 70, Fall 2017, Issue 1 Articles Tort Luck and Liability Insurance Kenneth S. Abraham Important features of both the incidence and magnitude of tort liability depend heavily, and therefore

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