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Current Issue: Volume 84, Issue 1 (2015)
Obergefell's Conservatism: Reifying Familial Fronts
The Admissibility of Hearsay Evidence in New York State Sex Offender Civil Commitment Hearings After State v. Floyd Y.: Finding a Balance Between Promoting the General Welfare of Sexual Assault Victims and Providing Due Process of Law
Brittany K. Dryer
"A Distinction Without a Difference"?: Bartlett Going Forward
Steven A. Schwartz