NEW ENGLAND
LAW REVIEW


VOLUME 35

SPRING 2001

NUMBER 3

Symposium: Serenity Now or Insanity Later?: The Impact of Post-Conviction DNA Testing on the Criminal Justice System

Introduction Senator Patrick Leahy
Panel One: The Power of DNA
DNA and Forensic Science Micah A. Luftig and Stephen Richey
Reflections of the Wrongly Convicted Neil Miller
Panel Two: The Legal, Ethical, and Practical Issues of Post-Conviction DNA Testing
Procedural Issues Surrounding Post-Conviction DNA Testing Marjory Fisher
Impact of Post-Conviction DNA Testing on Forensic Science Paul C. Giannelli
Legal and Ethical Implications of Post-Conviction DNA Exonerations Peter Neufeld
Panel Three: The Adversary System and DNA Evidence: Past, Present, and Future
Litigating For Access to Samples and Funding in Cases in Which DNA Results will be Probative, but not Dispositive of Innocence Andrew Good
The Prosecution's Perspective on Post-Conviction Relief in Light of DNA Technology and Newly Discovered Evidence David Meier
The Impact of DNA Technology on the Prosecutor: Handling Motions for Post-Conviction Relief Mark Lee
Toward a Model Act for the Prevention and Remedy of Erroneous Convictions Michael Saks et al
COMMENT
Are You My De Facto Mommy? Third-Party Visitation Rights: A Case Comment on Youmans v. Ramos Adam Narris
NOTES
Misappropriation in Massachusetts and Around the Country: How Technology will Utilize this Tort Heather Richtarcsik
Pleading Scienter Under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: A Legislative Attempt at Putting Teeth Into the Required State of Mind Daniel S. Boyce