Law Review Student Note Publication

Congratulations to the following authors selected for publication in Volume 53 of the University of Louisville Law Review:

BEST NOTE:
Tara Adkins, Disarmed, Disenfranchised, and Disadvantaged: The Individualized Assessment Approach as an Alternative to Kentucky’s Felon Firearm Disability and Other Arbitrary Collateral Sanctions Against the Non-Violent Felon Class

HONORABLE MENTION:
Matthew Dawson, Perennial Cities: Applying Principles of Adaptive Law to Create a Sustainable and Resilient System of Urban Agriculture

Jenna Brady, The Affordable Care Act: Creating Headaches Instead of Healing Them

ALSO SELECTED FOR PUBLICATION:
Christopher Allen, FTC v. Actavis, Inc.: Antitrust Scrutiny of Reverse Payment Settlements in Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation

Ben Shepard, Forum Over Substance: Student Government Elections and First Amendment Problems

Andrea Aikin, Contradiction in Terms: Genetic Nondiscrimination and Long-Term Care Insurance

Emily DeVuono, Accommodating Religious Liberties of Military Personnel: The Religious Liberty Amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act of 2014

David Cowley, Employees vs. Independent Contractors and Professional Wrestling: How the WWE is Taking a Folding-Chair to the Basic Tenets of Employment Law

Joshua Collins, On the Constitutional Sufficiency of the Modern Kentucky School System

SELECTED FOR ONLINE PUBLICATION:
Philip Heleringer, Maintaining Secrecy: Keeping Trade Secrets Secret in the Era of Cloud Computing

Alexa Cox, Taking Sides: Why Kentucky Must Allow Dating Couples to Obtain Civil Protective Orders

Mina Khalil, Concussion Litigation: Implications Surrounding the District Court’s Rejection of the Settlement Between the NFL and Former Players