34 William Mitchell Law Review 1243 (2008)
Introduction to Issue 4 of Volume 34 of the William Mitchell Law Review. The issue has a dual focus. The first part of the issue examines an eclectic collection of Minnesota laws and cases. The issue begins with a retrospective on the opinions of Associate Justice Sam Hanson, then turns to the Law Review’s traditional—and critical—look at selected (mostly recent) Minnesota Supreme Court decisions, and finally scans and audits the state’s animal protection laws. The second part of the issue has a decidedly more international scope, reflecting the robust work of William Mitchell’s Tobacco Law Center, particularly the work product of a symposium on tobacco law held at the College in the fall of 2007.
Janus, Eric S., "“Forward” in Recent Developments in Minnesota Law" (2008). Faculty Scholarship. 40.