Maine Law Review: Volume 42, No.1 (1990)
- Public Access and the New England Shoreline
- Public Trust, Public Use, and Just Compensation
- Intellectual Indifference-Intellectual Dishonesty: The Colonial Ordinance, the Equal Footing Doctrine, and the Maine Law Court
Orlando E. Delogu
- Expanding the Public Access by Codifying the Public Trust Doctrine: The Massachusetts Experience
William L. Lahey, Lauren Sandier Zurier & Kenneth W. Salinger
- Rethinking the History of the Seventeenth-Century Colonial Ordinance: A Reinterpretation of an Ancient Statute
- The Problem of Third-Party Consent in Fourth Amendment Searches: Toward A “Conservative” Reading of the Matlock Decision
- Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Treatment: Patients' Rights—Privacy Rights
- Constitutional Challenges to Caps on Tort Damages: Is Tort Reform the Dragon Slayer or Is It the Dragon?
Kathryn L. Vezina
- Case Note
- Construing “Consideration” in Maine’s Recreational Use Statute: Robbins v. Great Northern Paper Co.
Russell B. Pierce, Jr.