We’re happy to report that the students listed below have been invited to join the Chicago-Kent Law Review based on their academic performance:
- Mark M. Berardi
- Patrick M. Bickley
- Margaux Birdsall
- Ashley E. Crettol
- David A. Franklin
- Stephen J. Gorski
- Gregory Grattan
- Christopher M. Hoffmann
- Karen S. Hwang
- Katherine C. Jahnke
- Andrew M. Jung
- William M. Lopez
- Mark L. Mazzone
- Aimee E. Sabolyk
- Grant S. Shackelford
- Tanya Kristina Solis
- Keith L. Southam
- Keith R. Syverson
- Elizabeth E. Tempel
- Jerry D. Thomas
- Conor D. Weber
- Michael S. Young
- Jacqueline R. Zablocki
We look forward to working with all of you!
We have added a frequently asked questions list and the handout from our recent Summer Candidacy information session to the 2009 Summer Candidacy page.
Remember that the Summer candidacy write-on program begins July 5th when the write-on material are posted to this site.
We’ve set up a Facebook Page for the Chicago-Kent Law Review. From there you can become a fan, and follow our news feed. This is a great way for alumni to stay in touch with the current staff.
Congratulations to all student authors of notes and comments accepted for publication in upcoming Law Review publications!
It is Not Too Late for the Health Savings Account
Food Allergies in Public Schools: Toward a Model Code
Parental Triumph: How and Why Frazier v. Winn Got it Right
Separating Church and State:
Transfers of Government Land As Cures for Establishment Clause Violations
Discrimination Outside the Office:
Where to Draw the Walls of the Workplace for Purposes of a “Hostile Work Environment” under Title VII
Human Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation at World Sporting Events
Free Speech and Tainted Justice:
Restoring the Public’s Confidence in the Judiciary in the Wake of Republican Party of Minnesota v. White
Securing Global Trademark Exceptions:
Why the United States Should Negotiate Mandatory Exceptions Into Future International Bilateral Agreements
Freedom from Compulsion
Don’t Bet on It: Casinos’ Contractual Duty to Stop Compulsive Gamblers from Gambling
“Willful Patent Filing”: A Criminal Procedure Protecting Traditional Knowledge
Closing the Gap Legislatively: Consequences of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act
No Tax for “Phantom Income”:
How Congress Failed to Encourage Responsible Housing Consumption with its Recent Tax Legislation
For anyone interested in resubmitting an article this fall, be on the lookout for updates on the website.
The 2009 Summer Candidacy Program will run from July 5th through July 19th. An informational session regarding the program will be held on June 24th at 5:30 PM in Room 270 at Chicago-Kent. For additional information, see the Prospective Members section.
If you have any questions, please contact Brian Kaunelis (email@example.com)
You can now follow Chicago-Kent Law Review on Twitter. If you have a Twitter account, you can find us here. If you don’t have an account, you can sign up for one (it’s free) and then follow us. We’ll be posting our news and updates to Twitter as well as to this site.
On behalf of the Chicago-Kent Law Review, we’d like to welcome you to our new website: www.cklawreview.com!
Our new site has everything you need to know about the Chicago-Kent Law Review, including information for prospective authors, subscriptions, and student membership. The site also includes an electronic archive of recent Law Review publications, with PDF downloads of entire articles absolutely free.
Information about the current staff, including executive board biographies and contact information, are also available through our site under the STAFF tab. The STAFF tab includes cite-checking and source gathering procedure materials, useful resources for researching topics, and information about previous staffs as well.
For all Chicago-Kent students, information pertaining to the Law Review Summer Write-On Competition is available under the PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS tab, along with PDF downloads of writing guides and sample submissions from previous competitions.
The Blog interface also allows us to easily update the site with news about our Law Review, and incorporate new features such as pictures and video from our annual symposiums, dinners and events. It is our goal to provide a site current with modern trends of information distribution. Thank you for visiting and come back soon!