Please join the George Mason Law Review in congratulating the following students whose student notes were selected for publication in 2017-2018!
Top Student Comment: Theresa Du, Cece v. Holder: The Inadequacy of the Asylum Process in Helping Potential Human Trafficking Victims
Shannon Russell, The Burden is Undue: Whole Woman’s Health and the Evolution, Clarification, and Application of the Undue Burden Standard
Daniel Shapiro, The Powers of Economic War and Peace: The Constitutionality of the Protecting Florida’s Investments Act
Daniel Masakayan, The Unconscious Discrimination Paradox: How Expanding Title VII to Incorporate Implicit Bias Cannot Solve the Issues Posed by Unconscious Discrimination
Curt Orshoski, Materiality Matters: Implied False Certification Liability in a Post-Escobar World
Zachary Schutz, Knowledge as a Barrier to Employment Mobility: Does Virginia Recognize the Doctrine of Inevitable Disclosure in Trade Secret Cases?
Colette McCrone, The National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard: A Chance to Settle the Natural Debate?
Katie MacDowell, Thinking Beyond Ban the Box: How to Alleviate Disproportionate Sentencing to Assist Ex-Offenders in Rejoining Society
Kara Podraza, When is a Little Too Much: An Analysis of the De Minimis Doctrine and Its Future Implications for Communication Tools on the Internet
Matthew Sweet, Stretching the Attenuation Doctrine to its Limits: How the Supreme Court Erred in Utah v. Strieff and what can be Done to Preserve the Doctrine
David Fox, Considering the Cost: Applying Michigan v. EPA to Financial Regulations