The Articles in Law Reviews and Journals series presents scholarly articles written by Washington College of Law students.

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Submissions from 2015

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Visa Denied: Why Courts Should Review a Consular Officer’s Denial of a U.S. Citizen Family Member’s Visa, Gabriela Baca

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How Students Became Criminals: The Similarities Between “Stop and Frisk” and School Searches and the Effect on Delinquency Rates, Rachel N. Johnson

Submissions from 2013

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The China Syndrome: The International Trade Commission’s Rising Importance for Enforcing International Trade Secret Violations, Jonathan R. K. Stroud

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The Tragedy of the Commons: A Hybrid Approach to Trade Secret Legal Theory, Jonathan R. K. Stroud

Submissions from 2012

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A Thousand Tiny Pieces: The Federal Circuit's Fractured 'Myriad' Ruling, Lessons to Be Learned, and the Way Forward, Jonathan Stroud

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Politicizing Patents - Patenting Biotechnology in the Wake of Section 33, Prometheus, and CLS Bank, Jonathan R. K. Stroud

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Cows, Congress, and Climate Change: Authority and Responsibility for Federal Agencies to End Grazing on Public Lands, Marya Torrez

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Draconian Discrimination: One Man's Battle with U.S. Immigration Law for Fairness, Justice, and American Citizenship, Rachel Zoghlin

Submissions from 2011

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Credit Default Swaps and Clearing, Nazanin Baseri

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An Idea of American Indian Land Justice: Examining Native Land Liberation in the New Progressive Era, Richael Faithful

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Reaching Beyond the State: Judicial Independence, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights and Accountability in Guatemala, Edward H. Warner and Davis Jeffery

Submissions from 2010

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AT&T v. Hulteen: The Ghost of the Supreme Court on Pregnancy Discrimination and Pay Equality for Women’s Pension Benefits in America, Walakewon Blegay

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Ignorance is Not Bliss: Financial Illiteracy, the Mortgage Market Collapse, and the Global Economic Crisis, Jeffrey T. Dinwoodie

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Religious Exemption or Exceptionalism? Exploring the Tension of First Amendment Religion Protections & Civil Rights Progress Within the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, Richael Faithful

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Reexamining Models of Disability and Applying Rationality, Morality, and Ethics to Support Disability Rights in Context of Genetics, Gary C. Norman

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Expanding the Scope of the Good-Faith Exception to the Exclusionary Rule to Include a Law Enforcement Officer's Reasonable Reliance on Well-Settled Case Law that is Subsequently Overruled, Ross Oklewicz

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Stepping out of the Vehicle: The Potential of Arizona v. Gant to End Automatic Searches Incident to Arrest beyond the Vehicular Context, Angad Singh

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TRIPS and Human Rights: The Case of India, Subramanya Sirish Tamvada

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The Post-Medellin Case for Legislative Standing, James A. Turner

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Regulating Secondhand Tobacco Smoke in the Americas: A Comparison of the Top Down and Bottom Up Approaches in Brazil and the United States, Leigh Warren

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Money, Meet Mouth: The Era of Regulation and Prescription Drug Importation/Reimportation, Aaron Wong

Submissions from 2009

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Breathing New Life into Old Technological Infrastructure: Broadband Internet as a Means of Jump-Starting the Economy and Connecting the Country, Elizabeth Chernow

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"Unpatriotic” Profits: The Risks Companies Face from International Business Activities and the Need for a Heightened Duty of Oversight for Corporate Directors, Jeffrey T. Dinwoodie

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The Limits of Presidential Recess Appointment Power, Michael McNerney

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Protecting the Family Pet: The New Face of Maryland: Domestic Violence Protective Orders, Gary C. Norman

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Disincentives to Data Breach: Problems with Notification and Future Legislative Possibilities, Ross Schulman

Submissions from 2008

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Public Financing, George Bush and Barack Obama: Why the Publicly Funded Campaign Does Not Work, and What We Can Do to Fix It, Jordan Acker

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Help America Vote Act Enforcement, Tiana Butcher

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Public Financing’s Last Breaths, Kellen Clemons

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The Model Rules of Professional Conduct and Campaign Activities, Lauren Gilius