University of Louisville Law Review Publishes Winter 2013 Issue
The University of Louisville Law Review is pleased to announce publication of Issue 2 of Volume 51. The Editorial Board and Staff of the Law Review logged a cumulative total of 1,650 hours of work putting together the 220-page Winter 2013 Issue, which features three articles, three student-authored notes and one responsive essay.
Grassroots Originalism: Judicial Activism Arguments, the Abortion Debate, and the Politics of Judicial Philosophy
Mary Ziegler, Assistant Professor of Law, Saint Louis University School of Law
Of Red Bags and Family Limited Partnerships: Reforming the Estate and Gift Tax Valuation Rules to Achieve Horizontal Equity
John F. Coverdale, Professor of Law, Seton Hall University School of Law
It's the Journey, Not the Destination: Judicial Preferences and the Decision-Making Process
Carlos Berdejo, Associate Professor of Law, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles
"I Am in Control Here": Constitutional and Practical Questions Regarding Presidential Succession
David A. Erhart, J.D., 2012, University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law; Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney, Jefferson County
Scanning the Horizon: The Past, Present, and Future of Neuroimaging for Lie Detection in Court
Spencer J. Brooks, J.D. Candidate, 2013; Senior Notes Editor, University of Louisville Law Review
Regulating Flash Mobs: Seeking a Middle Ground Approach That Preserves Free Expression and Maintains Public Order
Lauren M. Claycomb, J.D. Candidate, 2013; Senior Articles Editor, University of Louisville Law Review
The Interest Convergence of Education Reform and Economic Development: A Response to "The State of Our Unions"
Jonathan C. Augustine, Adjunct Professor, Southern University Law Center