VOLUME 37

2002-2003

NUMBER 2


CONTENTS

Law and Psychiatry, Metaphorically Speaking
Rodney J.S. Deaton, MD, JD

An Attempt to Quiet the Controversy: The Case for Automatically Equipping an Adverse Possessor with a Slander of Title Action
Brian Lester


COMMENT

Pfaff v. Wells Electronics, Inc.: Are You Risking Your Right to Patent Your Software?
Katheryn Vesco Chelini

Bergman v. Chin: Why an Elder Abuse Case is a Stride in the Direction of Civil Culpability for Physicians who Undertreat Patients Suffering from Terminal Pain
Gilah R. Mayer

Hagen v. Commonwealth: Should Crime Victims in Massachusetts Have a Legally Recognized Interest in the Outcome of Criminal Cases?
Gretchen M. Monopoli


NOTES

Felony Drinking and Driving Convictions as Crimes of Violence Under 18 U.S.C. § 16(b): What the Words Really Mean for Aliens
Kelly L. Lancaster

Soldiers of Misfortune: The Justiciability of Injunctive Relief Actions in Federal Courts and the U.S. Military's Mandatory Anthrax Inoculation Program
Natasha Tidwell