Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy


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Volume 11, Issue 1: Fragmented Risk Symposium

The Editorial Board is pleased to announce the publication of Volume 11, Issue 1 of the Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy. This issue is the Journal's Fragmented Risk Symposium and includes articles on topics such as financing and fragmentation in storm risks, à la carte coverage, the secret insurers don't tell insureds, the coverage expectations of the "real" reasonable policyholder, and bundling risk for protection and profit.

Box Office Bombs: State Film Tax Credit Programs, New Jersey’s Included

By: Jilian McLeer

October 14, 2013

States, ever-desperate to find budget solutions, are quickly realizing that their film tax credit programs are not the blockbusters they were expecting. It's time for the States to shut down production and leave it to the federal government to create effective incentives to prevent "runaway filming."

New Jersey Fracking Policy: Past, Present, and Future

By: Jordan Hollander

October 3, 2013

Hydraulic fracturing, known colloquially as "fracking," is a traditional subject of public policy debate in states like Pennsylvania and Ohio. How, though, has fracking law and policy begun to take shape in New Jersey?

The Case for New Jersey’s Opportunity Scholarship Act

By: Joe Catuzzi

August 27, 2013

For years, New Jersey has struggled to conform to its state constitutional mandate demanding that it provide a "thorough and efficient system" of K-12 education to all of its children. Is adoption of the Opportunity Scholarship Act a partial solution, and would it survive a challenge?