Publishing Staff Members

Published Staff Members in Volume 34

The following student notes and comments will appear in Volume 34 of the Saint Louis University Public Law Review:
 

John Riley Atwood - The Encryption Problem: Why the Courts and Technology are Creating a Mess for Law Enforcement

Richard Bailey - A Step in the Right Direction: How Sun Capital's Trade or Business Decision Could Promote Common Sense and Fair Treatment Under the Tax Code

Alyssa Calhoun - Youth's Right to Counsel in the Missouri Juvenile Justice System

Emily Cory - Richmond, Take My Mortgage Please

Robert Grimmett-Norris - Roadblocks: Examining Title IX & The Fair Compensation of Division I Inter-Collegiate Student-Athletes

Tom Hoffmann - Municipal Bankruptcy Authorization Under Chapter 9: A Call for Uniformity Among States

Published Staff Members in Volume 33

The following student notes and comments will appear in Volume 33 of the Saint Louis University Public Law Review:
 

Clay Counts - The Unskinnable Cat: Debt Reduction, Eminent Domain and the Contract Clause

Abby Duncan - A Tale of Two Districts: Lessons Learned from Missouri's Human Trafficking Task Forces

Dean Hunter - Time to Reload: States Request More Time on the Arms Trade Treaty

Rohini Roy - Louboutin v. Yves Saint Laurent: The Second Circuit's Functionality Faux Pas

Alexandra Wells - Ping! The Admissibility of Cellular Records to Track Criminal Defendants

Gil Williams - Specificity, Blight and Two Tiers of TIF: A Proposal for Reform of Tax Increment Financing Law in Missouri

Published Staff Members in Volume 32

The following student notes and comments will appear in Volume 32 of the Saint Louis University Public Law Review:

Sarah Bollasina-Fandrey - The Goals of Marriage and Divorce in Missouri: The State's Interests in Regulating Marriage, Privatizing Dependency, and Allowing Same-Sex Divorce

Nicholas Klitzing - Fixing the Unfixable: Community Prosecution as a Problem-Solving Strategy to Reduce Crime and Restore Order in East St. Louis

Lindsay McClure-Hartman - Not in My Backyard: Turner v. Clayton and the Battle over Mandatory Open Enrollment

Jonathan Skrabacz - "Leveling the Playing Field": Reconsidering Campaign Finance Reform in the Wake of Arizona Free Enterprise

Colleen Zern - Is the Customer Always Right? Department of Health and Human Services' Proposed Regulations Allow Institutional Review Boards to Place Customer Service Ahead of Research Participants' Welfare

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