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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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Congratulations to Professor Norris on his article, Neoliberal Civil Procedure, being identified by Linda S. Mullenix as one of the best works of recent scholarship relating to courts law! We look forward to publishing this article in Volume 12.
Many thanks to Linda Mullenix for her Jotwell review of my forthcoming article, Neoliberal Civil Procedure. This is my first, & for it to come from a scholar I admire so much is a real treat! (Also, the article is very much in edits, so any & all feedback is welcome!)
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Just wait for our Volume 12 Issues. You won't be disappointed!
This appears to be the rare situation when I'm going to read an entire issue of a law review - well played, @UCILawReview. Particularly excited for the latest from @monicacbell, @ForrestDStuart, & Katherine Beckett
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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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(1/2) We are excited to announce that Issue 11.3 has been published to the Law Review’s website. This Issue features the work of scholars who presented at UCI’s Thinking About Law & Accessing Civil Justice Symposium, organized by Professor Taylor Poppe.
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(2/2) You may now read this issue at: scholarship.law.uci.edu/ucil…
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Thank you Professor Chatman @carlissc ! We are thrilled to work with you!
So excited that Corporate Family Matters has found a home in Vol. 12 of @UCILawReview. I’m especially excited to work with a journal that has a legacy of inclusivity on its editorial boards.
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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.
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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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We are truly excited to publish Professor Marks' article in the forthcoming issue 11.4 of UC Irvine Law Review, as it is particularly relevant at the moment.
My article Emergent Medical Data: Health Information Inferred by #AI is now on SSRN & forthcoming in UC Irvine L. Rev. Includes discussion of #CoronavirusPandemic & other health issues. Early draft, so comments appreciated! #COVID19 #coronavirus #privacy papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.…
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Supreme Court cited Margo Schlanger's #UCILawReview article in Murphy v. Smith, No. 16-1067, 583 U.S. ___ (2018) (Sotomayor, J., dissenting), supremecourt.gov/opinions/17…. *p.5 of Sotomayor's dissent. #SCOTUS @UCILaw
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The UC Irvine Law Review is pleased to announce that on January 26, 2018, it will begin accepting submissions to be considered for publication. All interested authors should submit their articles through Scholastica. For more information please visit law.uci.edu/lawreview/submis….
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