January 27, 2018
Please join the George Mason Law Review in congratulating the following students whose student pieces were selected for publication in 2018-2019!
Top Student Comment: Jay Kaplan, Finding the Middle Ground: A Proposed Solution to the Net Neutrality Debate
Whitney J. Gregory, Honeypots: Not for Winnie the Pooh but for Winnie the Pedo
Caroline Harman, Defining the “Third Way” – The Special REspect Legal Status of Frozen Embryos
Kyle J. Sweeney, The Nonresident Real Estate Withholding: An Exit Tax in Disguise?
Alyssa Vallar, Robots on the Road: Fourth Amendment Implications of Stopping and Searching Autonomous Vehicles
Vanessa Duguay, Views or Votes: The Challenge of Mass Comments in Rulemaking
Jordan Hutcheson, Ctrl + Shift: How the Contract and Code Based Approaches Can Define Authorization Under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
Hailey Wilkes, Per Se Reversible Error or Harmless Error Review?: The Consequence of Failing to Poll a Civil Jury After FRCP Rule 48(c)
Patrick A. Wallace, The Long Arm of the EU: The Reach of Brussels’ Data Protection Regime into the United States
Tyler J. Kubik, The Efficiencies Defense After Anthem: Asymmetric Burdens and Strict Scrutiny of Merger Efficiencies