Published Staff Members


Published Staff Members in Volume 36

The following student notes and comments will appear in Volume 36 of the Saint Louis University Public Law Review:

Brittani Ready - Words as Weapons: Electronic Communications That Result in Suicide and the Uncomfortable Truth with Criminal Culpability Based on Words Alone

Katherine Landfried - Bell v. Itawamba County School Board: The Need for a Balance of Freedom and Authority

Kevin Staed - Open Source Download Mishaps and Product Liability: Who is to Blame and What are the Remedies?

Jacob O. Grimes - The Sentencing Memorandum: The Legal and Societal Implications of Its Online Publication

Kelly Smallmon - How Missouri Stacks Up in Protecting Transgender Youths at School: An Analysis of the Differing Views of Title IX and State-Level Protections


Published Staff Members in Volume 35

The following student notes and comments appeared in Volume 35 of the Saint Louis University Public Law Review:

William R. Avery - A Reexamination of the Constitutional Person

Claire Kates - Protecting the Impartial Jury: A Solution of Questions

Keri Smith - Title IX and Sexual Violence on College Campuses: The Need for Uniform OnCampus Reporting, Investigating, and Disciplinary Procedures

Alicia Wherle - Templemire v. W&M Welding: Missouri's New Standard for Workers' Compensation Retaliation Claims Retaliates Against Stare Decisis


Published Staff Members in Volume 34

The following student notes and comments appeared in Volume 34 of the Saint Louis University Public Law Review:

John Riley Atwood - The Encryption Problem: Why the Courts and Technology are Creating a Mess for Law Enforcement

Richard Bailey - A Step in the Right Direction: How Sun Capital's Trade or Business Decision Could Promote Common Sense and Fair Treatment Under the Tax Code

Alyssa Calhoun - Youth's Right to Counsel in the Missouri Juvenile Justice System

Emily Cory - Richmond, Take My Mortgage Please

Robert Grimmett-Norris - Roadblocks: Examining Title IX & The Fair Compensation of Division I Inter-Collegiate Student-Athletes

Tom Hoffmann - Municipal Bankruptcy Authorization Under Chapter 9: A Call for Uniformity Among States


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