New England Law Review, Volume 49, Nos. 1-2 (2014-2015): On confrontation clause, constitutional interpretation, outpatient commitment, and patent law

The New England Law Review now offers its issues in convenient digital formats for e-reader devices, apps, pads, smartphones, and computers. This second issue of Volume 49 (2015) contains articles by leading figures of the legal community. Contents include:

Articles:
“A Reliable and Clear-Cut Determination: Is a Separate Hearing Required to Decide When Confrontation Forfeiture by Wrongdoing Applies?,” by Tim Donaldson

“Constitutional Interpretation and Technological Change,” by Allen R. Kamp

Notes:
“Defense Witnesses Need Immunity Too: Why the Supreme Court Should Adopt the Ninth Circuit’s Approach to Defense-Witness Immunity,” by Alison M. Field

“Hacktivism — Political Dissent in The Final Frontier,” by Tiffany Marie Knapp

Comment:
Morrow v. Balaski: When Good Intentions Go Bad,” by Wendy L. Hansen

Quality digital formatting includes linked notes, active table of contents, active URLs in notes, and proper Bluebook citations.

Issue 2 (Winter 2015) available in eBook formats at leading sites:

Amazon for Kindle.

Barnes & Noble for Nook.

At Google Play app on Nexus and similar android devices, and generally at Google Books.

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CATALOGING (Vol. 49, No. 2 – Winter 2015):

Print page count: 160 pages; list price:  $ .99
ISBN 9781610278218 (eBook)

Contents of the Fall 2014 issue (Volume 49, Number 1) include:

Articles:
“How Prometheus Has Upended Patent Eligibility: An Anatomy of Alice Corporation Proprietary Ltd. v. CLS Bank International,” by Bruce D. Sunstein
“Perspectives on Outpatient Commitment,” by Richard C. Boldt
Notes:
“’An Equal Opportunity Employer’: Proposed Judicial and Legislative Solutions to Restrict the Disparate Impact Caused by Employer Use of Credit Checks,” by Taylore Karpa
“Tales from the Cryptocurrency: On Bitcoin, Square Pegs, and Round Holes,” by Eric P. Pacy
Comment:
“Letting  the Exception Swallow the Rule: The SJC’s Missed Opportunity in Commonwealth v. Tatum,” by Charles H. Basle

Issue 1 available in eBook formats at leading sites:

Amazon for Kindle.

Barnes & Noble for Nook.

At Google Play, and generally at Google Books.

At Apple iBooks and iTunes bookstore, direct on the iPad and iPhone (preview).

Also in universal ePUB format from Smashwords. Look for it, too, at Kobobooks and other ebookstores.

CATALOGING (Vol. 49, No. 1 – Fall 2014):

Print page count: 172 pages; list price:  $ .99
ISBN 9781610278225 (eBook)