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New Mexico Law Review Summer 1980, Vol. 10, No. 2

Front Matter



Foreword: The Meanings of Rights of Children    235
Lee E. Teitelbaum

Ethical Issues in Representing Juvenile Clients: A Review of the IJA-ABA Standards on Representing Private Parties   255
Jan C. Costello

Treating Children under the New Mexico Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Code   279
James W. Ellis and Dorothy Kay Carter

First Amendment versus Sixth Amendment: A Constitutional Battle in the Juvenile Courts   311
Jill K. McNulty

The New Mexico Children's Code: Some Remaining Problems  341
Theodore E. Lauer

Children's Waiver of Miranda Rights and the Supreme Court's Decisions in Parham, Bellotti, and Fare   379
Leslie J. Harris

Child Welfare under the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978: A New Mexico Focus   413
Garry Wamser


BANKRUPTCY—-A Comparison of State and Federal Exemptions: 11 U.S.C. §§101-1330 (Supp. II 1978)   431
Gary M. Keenan

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—Search and Seizure Involving Nonsuspect Third Parties-Legislative Responses. Zurcher v. Stanford Daily, 436 U.S. 547 (1978)   443
Ronald August Podboy and Linda M. Davison


CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—Title VII-Indian Hiring Preference Does Not Contravene Fourteenth Amendment Equal Protection Clause. Livingston v. Ewing, 601 F.2d 1110 (10th Cir.), cert. denied, 100 S. Ct. 147 (1979)   461
Joseph Lee Werntz III

PROPERTY—-Contingent Remainders-Rule of Destructibility Abolished in New Mexico. Abo Petroleum Corp. v. Amstutz, 93 N.M. 332, 600 P.2d 278 (1979)    471
Matthew E. Cohen

INSURANCE—Nonprofit Health Care Corporations Are Not Insurance Providers. New Mexico Life Insurance Guaranty Association v. Moore, 93 N.M. 47, 596 P.2d 260 (1979)   481
Judy K. Kelley

TORTS—Negligent Hiring and Retention-Availability of Action Limited by Foreseeability Requirement. F & T Co. v. Woods, 92 N.M. 697, 594 P.2d 745 (1979)   491
Michael Cox

EQUITY—Estoppel Applied Against the State. Stuckey's Stores, Inc. v. O'Chesky, 93 N.M. 312, 600 P.2d 258 (1979)
Robin Dozier Otten