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Volume 66 Issue 4 of the Law Review Available on the Law School’s Repository

The full text of latest issue of The Case Western Reserve Law Review is available on the law school’s repository. Volume 66 Issue 4: 2016 Sumner Carnary Memorial Lecture: Of Lions and Bears, Judges and Legislators, and the Legacy of Justice Scalia SYMPOSIUM WHREN AT TWENTY: SYSTEMIC RACIAL BIAS AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM — …Read the Rest

Volume 66 Issue 3 of the Law Review Available on the Law School’s Repository

The full text of latest issue of The Case Western Reserve Law Review is available on the law school’s repository. Volume 66 Issue 3 includes articles on authorship, civil commitment, and state sovereignty. Notes by Amy Gilbert, “The Time Has Come: A Proposed Revision to 17 U.S.C. 203,” and Nate Nasrallah, “Preventing Conflict or Descending an …Read the Rest

National Park Week

  April 15, 2016 President Obama issued a Presidential Proclamation designating April 16 – April 24, 2016 National Park Week. The picture above is part of the White House’s campaign to encourages everyone to “[e]xplore America’s Great Outdoors During National Park Week*.” During this week admission to national parks, national heritage areas, and national historical sites are …Read the Rest

Teddy Bear: No Longer Endangered

The Louisiana black bear, the inspiration for the teddy bear,* is no longer on the endangered species list. 81 Federal Register 13124 (March 11, 2016). The Louisiana black bear was put on the endangered species list in 1992. 57 Federal Register 588 (January 7, 1992) The listing was based on a finding of four of the five …Read the Rest

Volume 66 Issue 1 of the Law Review Available on the Law School’s Repository

The full text of latest issue of The Case Western Reserve Law Review is available on the law school’s repository. Volume 66 Issue 1 contains articles about the empirical doctrine, corporate law, Jacob & Youngs v. Kent, and special education. Also, included are notes by Kathleen Harvey and Sara Smoter, and a comment by Alex Brown. …Read the Rest

Student Writing Competitions

The Law Library maintains a list of over 100 writing contests for law students.* The contests cover a wide range of topics from ediscovery, to disability, to gerrymandering. A recent addition is the “Criminal Record Policy Essay Competition” sponsored by Higbee & Associates and the Foundation for Continuing Justice. The goal of the contest is to …Read the Rest