Volume 48, No. 2, 2000

DWIGHT D. OPPERMAN LECTURE

Why Federalism Matters
The Honorable Clarence Thomas Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States

ARTICLES

The Search and Seizure of Computers: Are We Sacrificing Personal Privacy for the Advancement of Technology
Stephan K. Bayens

Grandparent Visitation Law Grows up: The Trend toward Awarding Visitation Only When the Child Would Otherwise Suffer Harm
Joan Catherine Bohl

ESSAY

Cruella de Vil, Hades, and Ursula the Sea-Witch: How Disney Films Teach Our Children the Basics of Contract
Michael A. Baldassare

NOTES

First Amendment Protection from Mandatory Subsidization of Political Speech in Public Colleges and Universities: The Marketplace Just Got a Lot Less Expensive
David E. Frank

100 Years of Double Jeopardy Erosion: Criminal Collateral Estoppel Made Extinct
Charles William Hendricks

Wall of Separation or Path to Interaction: The Uncertain Constitutional Future of School Vouchers in Light of Inconsistent Developments in Judicial Neutrality between Church and State
Danielle Jess Latham