Volume 50 | Issue 1

Volume 50 Issue One

Symposium Issue

Discipline, Justice, and Command in the U.S. Military: Maximizing Strengths and Minimizing Weaknesses in a Special Society

Foreword

50 Years: Through Changing Times the New England Law Review Remains a Constant
Nicholas Baran

Symposium

Introduction to Discipline, Justice, and Command in the U.S. Military: Maximizing Strengths and Minimizing Weaknesses in a Special Society
Victor M. Hansen
Discipline, Justice, and Command in the U.S. Military: Maximizing Strengths and Minimizing Weaknesses in a Special Society
Rachel E. VanLandingham
On Unity: A Commentary on Discipline, Justice, and Command in the U.S. Military: Maximizing Strengths and Minimizing Weaknesses in a Special Society
Elizabeth L. Hillman
To Prosecute, or Not to Prosecute: Who Should Make the Call?
James E. Gallagher

Note

A New Era of Eyewitness Identification Law: Putting Eyewitness Testimony on Trial
Sara Conway

Comment

Without a Bright-line on the Green Line: How Commonwealth v. Robertson Failed to Criminalize Upskirt Photography
Jeffrey T. Marvin