Maloney served as an executive editor of the New England Law Review.
What does NENGLR stand for?
NENGLR stands for New England Law Review
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- Neither Exercise Nor Food
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- New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement
- New England Journal of International and Comparative Law
- Northeastern Nevada Horseman's Association
- National Educational Network, Inc. (New Brunswick, NJ)
- New England Nursing Informatics Consortium
- Northern European Nuclear Information Group (Shetland Islands)
- Northern New Mexico Environmental Information Exchange
- Near-Earth Neutral Line
- Non-Erythroid/Non-Lymphocytic Cells
- New England New Media Association
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- Nederlands Euregionaal Nucleair Overleg (Dutch: Dutch Euregional Nuclear Talk)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rooney, "Parental Tort Immunity: Spare the Liability, Spoil the Parent," New England Law Review 25 (1991): 1161-1184.
A Review of Jay Katz, The Silent World of Doctor and Patient," Western New England Law Review 9:43 (1987), 43-52, at 47-48; Marie Haug, "Doctor-Patient Relationships and the Older Patient," Journal of Gerontology 34:6 (1979), 852-60, at 852.