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Week of September 1, 2003

Law Review 2003-04 Staff Members

Congratulations to the new Law Review Staff Members who were chosen either based on their class rank or through the Summer Candidacy Program:

Michelle Albrecht, Ryan Andrews, Matthew Argenti, Carson Block, John Burnett III, Antonio Caldarone, Lindsey Daggett, David Gonen, Shahid Haque, Katherine Hausrath, Sarah Herlihy, Joseph Herron, Bradley Johnson, Christopher Kaiser, Jessica Kaiser, Steven Lezell, David Lutz, Aaron Marcus, Rayna Matczak, Michael Matesky, Calista Mitchell, Tonya Newman, Gerard Nussbaum, Maria Pellegrino, Sharyn Procaccio, Steven Richart, David Robin, Kristin Rosella, Hart Rosenblatt, Kristin Rylko, Heather Sauber, Michael Van Riper, and Kirsten Wendela.

2003 Summer Candidacy Program

Congratulations to Michelle Albrecht.  Her paper, entitled Medicating to Execute: Singleton v. Norris's Illogical Results was selected as the Best Case Comment from the 2003 Summer Candidacy Program and will be published in an upcoming issue of the Chicago-Kent Law Review.

The Law Review would like to thank all of the students who participated in the 2003 Summer Candidacy Program.  

Upcoming Issue

The Law Review is currently working on publishing the first issue of the academic year, entitled Do Children Have First Amendment Rights?  The following articles are being prepared for publication:

  • On Protecting Children From Speech by Amitai Etzione (George Washington Univ.)
  • Shielding Children: The European Way by Michael Birnhack (Univ. of Haifa, Israel) & Jacob Rowbottom (Cambridge Univ.)
  • Toward a Constitutional Regulation of Minors' Access to Harmful Internet Speech by Dawn Nunziato (George Washington Univ. Law School)
  • The Need for a Two (or More) Tiered First Amendment to Provide for the Protection of Children by Kevin Saunders (Michigan State Univ.-DCL College of Law)
  • On Protecting Children--From Censorship: A Reply to Amitai Etzione by Marjorie Heins (National Coalition Against Censorship)
  • Free Speech and Children's Interests by David Archard (Univ. of Lancaster)
  • The Speech Enhancing Effect of Internet Regulation by Emily Buss (Univ. of Chicago Law School)
  • When Well-Being Trumps Liberty: Political Theory, Jurisprudence, and Children's Rights by William Galston (Univ. of Maryland)
  • A Liberal Theory of Freedom Expression for Children by Colin Macleod (Univ. of Victoria)
  • Response by Amitai Etzioni

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