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Alyssa DaCunha (Editor-in-Chief 2009-2010) recently had her student casenote cited in a brief submitted to the Supreme Court in City of Ontario v. Quon. Alyssa’s casenote, Txts R Safe 4 2Day: Quon v. Arch Wireless and the Fourth Amendment Applied to Text Messages, 17 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 295 (2009), examined both the statutory and constitutional protections for text messages and argued that the current statutory protections under the Act are both outdated and inadequate. Read the full story here.

Congratulations, Alyssa!