NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON PRISON LAW

VOLUME 4

FALL 1977

NUMBER 1

ARTICLES

Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies – A Synthesis of the Law and a Proposed Statute for Federal Prison Cases
Fred C. Zacharias

Law and Corrections: A Management Perspective
Lawrence Bershad

Constitutional Guidelines for New Hampshire County Jails and Houses of Correction
Fans B. Mesmer, Jr., Douglas R. Bourdon &  J. Mark Foley

NOTES

Procedural Due Process in Prison Disciplinary Hearings
Jack M. Jacobson

Mothers Behind Bars: A Look at the Parental Rights of Incarcerated Women
Kathleen Haley

CASE COMMENT

Jones v. North Carolina Prisoners’ Labor Union: A Threat to Unionization in Prisons
Lois M. Traub

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

BOOK REVIEWS

Gordon Hawkins: The Prison: Policy and Practice
Jay F. Alexander

David Duffy & Robert Fitch: An Introduction to Corrections: A Policy and Systems Approach
David A. Williams

BOOKS RECEIVED

 

VOLUME 4

SPRING 1978

NUMBER 2

ARTICLES

Constitutional Challenges to the Commitment and Release Procedures Under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 123A, the “Sexually Dangerous Persons” Act
Kenneth P. Ross & Jory M. Hochberg

The Determinants of Prisoners’ Decisions to Seek Legal Aid
Geoffrey P. Alpert

Legal Issues in Structuring Sentencing Discretion
David Orrick

CASE COMMENT

Brown v. Carlson: Conflict of Roles in the Administration of the Federal Youth Corrections Act
Alan M. Shpigel

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

BOOK REVIEWS

Charles L. Newman & Barbara R. Price: Jails and Drug Treatment
Lee H. Bowker

Andrew von Hirsch: Doing Justice: The Choice of Punishment
Ira P. Robbins

BOOKS RECEIVED