University of Louisville Law Review Publishes Fall 2012 Issue

Congratulations to the editorial board and staff of the University of Louisville Law Review for publishing Issue 1 of Volume 51. More than 1,500 hours of work, done throughout the fall and summer, went into this issue.

At 200 pages, Issue I features three articles and three student-authored notes:

Articles

Discretion & Deference in Senate Consideration of Judicial Nominations
Caprice Roberts, Professor of Law, West Virginia University College of Law

Evidence-Based Litigation Reform

Mark Spottswood, Assistant Professor of Law, Florida State University College of Law 

Government RX -- Back to the Future in Science Funding? The Next Era in Drug Development

Michael J. Malinowski, Ernest R. and Iris M. Eldred Professor of Law,
Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University

Notes


Crossing the Line in Tight Budget Times: The State Constitutional Implications of Diverting Limited Public Funds to Charter Schools in Kentucky

Leah Rupp Smith

From Smartphones to Stingrays: Can the Fourth Amendment Keep Up with the 21st Century? 

Brittany Hampton

Comparing the Education Bubble to the Housing Bubble: Will Universities be Too Big to Fail? 

April Wimberg

Copies of Issue 1 are available on reserve in the UofL Law Library, and on Westlaw and Lexis Nexis. The journal is cited as 51 U. Louisville L. Rev. 1.