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Joined January 2018
Volume 12 is here! Issue 12.1 includes articles from @carlissc, @jdahlstrom765, Sam F. Halabi, @LayserTax, and Armen H. Merjian as well as notes from Angela Gassner and @KatieRaitz. Thank you to the authors and our staff for your work! Read this issue at: scholarship.law.uci.edu/ucil…
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We are excited to announce Issue 11.5 has been published to our website. Issue 11.5 includes articles from @monicacbell, @ForrestDStuart, @JackGlaserPhD and @DrPhilGoff. Read this issue at: scholarship.law.uci.edu/ucil…
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Issue 11.4 has been published to our website. Issue 11.4 includes articles from @JoannaGrossman (Sexual Harassment in the Post-Weinstein World) and @MasonMarksMD (Emergent Medical Data: Health Info Inferred by AI). Read this issue at: scholarship.law.uci.edu/ucil…
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We are excited to announce that Volume 11, Issue 2 has been published to the Law Review’s website. You may now read this issue at scholarship.law.uci.edu/ucil…
Issue 11.1 has been published to the Law Review’s website. This Issue features the work of scholars who presented at UCI’s Consumer Protection in the Age of the Student Debt Crisis Symposium, organized by the Student Borrower Protection Center and UCI Student Loan Law Initiative.
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Student Note Highlight: 3L Kaitlin O'Donnell was part of a pro bono legal team that helped successfully overturn the wrongful convictions of two men. O’Donnell’s note, “The Problematic Use of the Kill Zone Theory" focuses on the kill zone theory and its impact in California.
Here is UC Irvine Law Review Volume 11 Masthead. The Law Review welcomes 61 new staff editors this year and now has a total staff count of 107— the Law Review's largest staff size to date!
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