Student Authors Selected for Publication in the University of Louisville Law Review

Congratulations to the following authors selected for publication in Volume 52 of the University of Louisville Law Review:

VOTED BEST NOTE:

Molly Hardy, Kentucky Property Tax Lien Sales: Amendments in the Interest of Homeowners and Mortgagees and Returning Tax Collection to Local Taxing Districts as a Matter of Public Policy

HONORABLE MENTION:

Robin Rice, By What We Have Destroyed: Historic Preservation and the Preservation of Individual Property Rights

Michael McGee, Avoiding a Corrupt Bargain: Ensuring Congress Is Kept Out of a Contingent Presidential Election

ALSO SELECTED FOR PUBLICATION:

Amy Dorsch, Food Stamps in America: How an Octogenarian Program Can Still Meet the Country's NeedsĀ 

B.J. Hardy, Judicial Selection Question: Why Is it Time for Preemptive Reform of Kentucky's Judicial Selection Method?

Billy Hopkins, Fraud Created the Market: A Presumption Without Basis

Chelsea Painter, Mandatory Retirement: Diminishing the Goals of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act

Dani Smith, The Minority Approach That Could Protect the Majority of Kentucky Consumers: Relaxing the Privity Requirement for Implied Warranties of Merchantability

Kit Thurman, The Risk of Shared Saving in an Unaccountable Commercial Insurance Market

SELECTED FOR ONLINE PUBLICATION:

Harlen Compton, Seeing Through the Haze: Smoking Bans, Boards of Health, and the Balance of Powers in Kentucky Government

Lacey Gullett, Coalbed Methane Ownership in Kentucky: Setting a Basis of Expectations

Erica Wood, A Game Changer: How Small Firms and Solo Practitioners Can Survive the Addition of E-Discovery to Kentucky's Civil Rules