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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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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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Azar proposes eliminating 501(k) for 91 types of med device. Overlooks risks unique to digital devices & FDA's urgent need for new risk assessment framework, which I discuss in forthcoming article for @UCILawReview. Nice report by @caseymross & @statnews papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.…
President Trump’s top health official is proposing to permanently exempt from regulatory review a wide swath of artificial intelligence products used to help physicians detect serious conditions such as cancer and respiratory disease on medical images. buff.ly/2LIKhHr
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In my 2020 @UCILawReview piece I use experiments to identify the sources of the disability con stereotype and show how it is a matter of perceived fairness & deservingness and how it's not fueled by the suspicious person’s rational pursuit of self-interest papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.…
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(1/3) We are pleased to highlight Professor Grygiel @jmgrygiel (S.I. Newhouse School Of Public Communications, Syracuse University) and Mr. Sager’s @Weston_Sager (Attorney for the NH DOJ, Office of the Attorney General) article published in Issue 11.2.
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(2/3) In “Unmasking Uncle Sam: A Legal Test for Defining and Identifying State Media,” they propose a new, comprehensive legal test for defining and identifying media that will help establish the framework for monitoring and regulating state media.
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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…
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The Student Loan Law Initiative (our partnership w/@UCILaw) was created so experts could come together to develop cutting-edge research to address real problems in the student loan market. The newest @UCILawReview marks an important step in that journey.
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The latest release of the @UCILawReview is dedicated to #studentloan issues & marks an important step in the Student Loan Law Initiative’s work to develop legal tools to end the #studentdebtcrisis. (h/t @UCILaw) Learn more about the articles: protectborrowers.org/uc-irvi…
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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In @UCILawReview @OSULaw Prof. Creola Johnson lays out how student loan “relief” companies have been able to cheat borrowers and what should be done to crack down on these schemes. More on this & other research coming from @UCILawSLLI: protectborrowers.org/ucilawr…
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In the latest @UCILawReview @Prof_Bruckner examines ways that states can take the lead in protecting borrowers from predatory higher ed institutions. Learn more on this & other research coming from @UCILawSLLI: protectborrowers.org/ucilawr…
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