Volume 63, No. 1 (2011)


Stories Told and Untold: Confidentiality Laws and the Master Narrative of Child Welfare
Matthew I. Fraidin
Mapping the World: Facts and Meaning in Adjudication and Mediation
Robert Rubinson
Access to Prescription Drugs: A Normative Economic Approach to PharmacistConscience Clause Legislation
Joanna K. Sax
Comparative Perspectives on Specialized Trials for Terrorism
Sudha Setty
The Ethics of Metadata: A Critical Analysis and a Practical Solution
Hans P. Sinha

Constitution Day Lecture: Constitutional Law and Tort Law: Injury, Race, Gender, and Equal Protection
Jennifer B. Wriggins


Tipping the Scales: Balancing the Weight of Equity with Loan Rescissions in Bankruptcy
Corey Scott Hadley
Balancing Open Source Paradigms and Traditional Intellectual Property Models to Optimize Innovation
Lisa Mandrusiak

Case Notes

“The Wrong Approach at the Wrong Time?”: Maine Adopts Strict Liability for Abnormally Dangerous Activities In Dyer v. Maine Drilling and Blasting, Inc.
Matthew Cobb
Has Addy v. Jenkins, Inc. Heightened the Standard for Establishing a Reasonable Inference or Proximate Cause in Maine?
Denitsa N. Pocheva-Smith
Maine’s Sex Offender Registry and the Ex Post Facto Clause: An Examination of the Law Court’s Unwillingness to Use Undependent Constitutional Analysis in State v. Letalien
Lauren Wille