The volume 99, number 2 issue of Massachusetts Law Review is now available online and has been mailed to members. Articles include:
- Massachusetts Legal Malpractice Law: An Update, by David A. Barry and William L. Boesch
- Case comment on Criminal Law: In digital evidence cases, police must now establish probable cause to believe evidence will be located in each electronic location they plan to search, Commonwealth v. Dorelas, 473 Mass. 496 (2015), by John Brooks
- Case comment Criminal Law: Reasonable suspicion is generally required to search a parolee’s residence, Commonwealth v. Moore, 473 Mass. 481 (2016), by Roger L. Michel Jr.
- Book review on Hidden in Plain Sight: What Really Caused the World’s Worst Financial Crisis and Why It Could Happen Again, by Robert J. Kerwin
Click here to read volume 99, number 2.