One of the premier undergraduate prelaw reviews in the nation. The Review is well recognized and annually distributed to each law school across the country. The journal mirrors a typical law review found at any top-tier law program: student - run and published.
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Current Volume: Volume 37 (2023)
Is History Repeating Itself? The Role of the Supreme Court in Protecting Minority Rights
Alyssa Fox and Annabelle Crawford
The Junk Food Problem: Why the Law Allows Advertising to Kids and How to Implement Change
MaKenna Hardy and Madison Maloney
The Fourth Amendment in a Digital Age: Defining Boundaries in Law Enforcement Surveillance of the Home
Josh Hoffman and Jared Xia
Internet Censorship in the Time of a Global Pandemic: A Proposal for Revisions to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act
Braxton Johnson and Alex Dewsnup
Defending the Constitutionality of Abortion Rights
Sydney Reil and Cynthiana Desir
The Constitutionality of Contributing to Climate Change
Editor in Chief & Managing Editor’s Note
Collin Mitchell Editor in Chief and Baerett Nelson Managing Editor