Volume 7, Fall 2009, Issue 1

A FACTOR BY ANY OTHER NAME: THE RELIGIOUS EMPLOYER‘S DEFENSE TO CONTRACEPTIVE EQUITY CLAIMS UNDER THE EQUAL PAY ACT AND TITLE VII Cheryl A. Beckett Health care reform, including the role of employers in providing health insurance, is one of this country‘s most controversial and critical issues. The cost, coverage, administration, and provision of care… continue reading

Volume 6, Fall 2009, Issue 4

RUTGERS JOURNAL OF LAW & PUBLIC POLICY: FINANCIAL CRISIS SYMPOSIUM Multiple Authors Good afternoon. My name is Donald Benedetto, chapter president of the Federalist Society at Rutgers University School of Law at Camden, and on behalf of the Society, let me welcome you to our symposium discussing the ongoing financial crisis in cooperation with the… continue reading

Volume 6, Spring 2009, Issue 3

ENABLING THE PRIVATIZING OF TOLL ROADS: A PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP MODEL FOR NEW JERSEY R. David Walker With the recent tragedy of the I-35W Mississippi River bridge collapse in Minnesota, the state of the nation’s transportation infrastructure was thrust into the national spotlight. Thirteen people were killed and over one hundred injured when a steel truss… continue reading

Volume 6, Spring 2009, Issue 2

THE LIFE CYCLE OF IMMIGRATION: A TALE OF TWO MIGRANTS James M. Cooper, William J. Aceves, Alejandro González, & Pedro Egaña View More CONSCIENCE AND INTEREST: LAW, RIGHTS, AND POLITICS IN THE STRUGGLE TO CONFRONT CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE NEW POVERTY Paul L. Joffe, Herbert Hoover administered the American program providing food and other assistance… continue reading