Congratulations to the Members Selected for Publication in Volume 26

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Congratulations to the Members Selected for Publication in Volume 26

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