The Massachusetts Law Review has released its 100th volume. First published in November 1915 as the Massachusetts Law Quarterly, it remains the longest continually published law review in the country. The volume 100, number 1 issue of Massachusetts Law Review has been mailed to members and is now available online. (All Massachusetts Law Review issues, including the very first issue, are available digitally and free to MBA members via HeinOnline.)
"The 'longest continually published law review in the nation' continues to lead the way with its thought-proving and scholarly articles," said Massachusetts Bar Association President Christopher A. Kenney. "I congratulate the members of the Massachusetts Law Review Board on reaching this tremendous milestone, and I encourage everyone to read the issue -- especially the great introductory note by board member Thomas J. Carey Jr., who explains the significant role that the Massachusetts Law Review has had on Massachusetts and national jurisprudence."
- An Introductory Note, by Thomas J. Carey Jr.
- Should State Law Enforcement Officials be Required to Develop and Implement
Minimization Protocols to Govern the Execution of Digital Search Warrants?, by Patrick Hanley and Widmaier Marcus Charles
- Case comment: A Matter of Opinion, Scholz v. Delp, 473 Mass. 242 (2015), cert. denied, 136 S. Ct. 2411 (2016), by Hon. Rudolph Kass (ret.)
- Case comment: Protecting Real Property from MassHealth’s Estate Recovery Claim: Is it Possible?, Daley v. Secretary of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services and Director of Office of Medicaid, 477 Mass. 188 (2017), by Rebecca Tunney
- Book review on The Taming of Free Speech: America’s Civil Liberties Compromise, by Victor N. Baltera
Click here to read volume 100, number 1.