Maine Law Review: Volume 64, No. 1 (2012)

Contents

Articles
Not Losing the Forest for the Trees: Distinguising Conservation Transfer Fees from Other Private Transfer Fees
Frank C. Aiello
Leverage: State Enforcement Actions in the Wake of the Robo-Sign Scandal
Raymond H. Brescia
Law in Books and Law in Action: The Problem of Legal Change
Jean-Louis Halpérin
"Sweet Childish Days": Using Developmental Psychology Research in Evaluating the Admissibility of Out-of-Court Statements by Young Children
Lynn McLain
Textualism and the Problem of Scrivener's Error
John David Ohlendorf
Hate Speech in the Schools: A Potential Change in Direction
Kevin W. Saunders
God's Green Earth? The Environmental Impacts of Religious Land Use
Kellen Zale
Speech
Nineteenth Annual Frank M. Coffin Lecture on Law and Public Service: Community, Rights, and Climate: A Challenge to a Clever Species
Jonathan Lash
Comments
Maine's Foreclosure Mediation Program: What Should Constitute a Good Faith Effort to Mediate?
Jesse D. Stewart
The Prolonged Arm of the Law: Fourth Amendment Principles, the Maynard Decision, and the Need for a New Warrant for Electronic Tracking
Reeve Wood
Case Notes
It Has to End Somewhere: Feiereisen v. Newpage Corp. and the Scope of the Employment Contract
Benjamin R. Hutchinson
Discharging State v. Hurd: Maine Rule of Evidence 606(B) Should Not Be Used to Prevent a Jury from Fully Reporting its Verdict
William Olver
Enforcement Dissonance: Lobsters, the Legislature, and Federal Waters in State v. Thomas
Christopher J. Rauscher
 

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