Published Staff Members

Published Staff Members in Volume 61

Taylor Essner – Insider Trading in Flux: How the Second Circuit Erred in United States v. Newman and Why the Supreme Court Should Correct that Error in United States v. Salman

Caroline Leritz – Why Public School Funding Mechanisms Must Account for the Effects of Health Care Disparities in Impoverished Communities

Amina Musa – ‘A Motivating Factor’ – The Impact of EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc. on Title VII Religious Discrimination Claims

Amanda Porter – Law Enforcement’s Use of Weaponized Drones: Today and Tomorrow

Grant Ford – Bringing United States v. Harden to Its Conclusion: How the Flawed Decision Could Unlock Cells in the Seventh Circuit

Steven Levitt – The Challenge of Achieving Discovery from Third Party, Non-Retained Experts

Kevin Kifer – Law Firms are People, Too? Law Firm Sanctions Under 28 U.S.C. § 1927 and the Strained Reading of “Person”

Published Staff Members in Volume 60

Cierra Simpson – Inevitable Horrors: Sexual Assault in Prison

Sara Robertson – Lane v. Franks: The Supreme Court Frankly Fails to Go Far Enough

Lauren N. Rose – How Templemire v. W & M Welding, Inc. Creates Unfair Job Security

Will Clark – Intermediate Scrutiny as a Solution to Economic Protectionism in Occupational Licensing

Published Staff Members in Volume 59

Amy Berg – Understanding the Relationship between the Doctrine of Patient Exhaustion and Self-Replicating Technologies after Bowman v. Monsanto Co.

Maxwell Murtaugh – The PLRA’s Dividing Language: Statutory Interpretation and Applying the Attorney’s Fees Cap at the Appellate Level

Courtney Lang – The Maverick Theory: Creating Turbulence for Mergers

Jonathan Hoerner – A Failing School District and a Failing Statute: How Breitenfeld v. School District of Clayton and the Unaccredited District Tuition Statute Nearly Destroyed a Struggling School District and Disrupted the Education of its Students

T.J. Mathes – The Armed Career Criminal Act: A Severe Implication Without Explanation

Joyce LaFontain – Show-Me the Sun: How Missouri Can Support its Commitment to Renewable Sources of Energy Through Preemption of Local Zoning Ordinances

Jenna Huenger – University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar: The Supreme Court’s “Heads the Employer Wins, Tails the Employee Loses” Decision

Scott Meyers – Who’s the Boss: The Definition of a Supervisor in Workplace Harassment Under Vance v. Ball State University

Jim Ribaudo – Lane Change: The Need to Clarify McHaffie and Accept a Punitive Damages Exception

Ray Syrcle – Recess is Over: Narrowing the Presidential Recess Appointment Power in NLRB v. Noel Canning 

Vincent Heitholt – Meramec River Killing: State v. Crocker and Missouri’s First Foray into the National Debate on Self-Defense

Liz Washam – Diffusing Deadly Situations: How Missouri Could Effectively Remove Firearms from the Hands of Domestic Abusers