Congratulations to the Members Selected for Publication in Volume 28

February 17, 2020

Please join the George Mason Law Review in congratulating the following students whose student pieces will be published in Volume 28!

  • Cody Ray Milner, Into the Multiverse: Replacing the Intelligible Principle With A Modern Multi-Theory of Nondelegation (2020 Winner of Adrian S. Fisher Award for Top Student Comment)
  • Harry Arnold, When Your Blackjack Dealer Takes a Hit: How Nevada Assembly Bill 132 Threatens Vegas Casinos in an Age of Legalized Marijuana
  • Jeremy Hall, Bailment Law as Part of a Property-Based Fourth Amendment Framework
  • Stephanie Comstock, “Senator, We Run Ads”: Advocating for an American Self-Regulatory Response to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation
  • Kara Schmidt, Tinker-ing with the Internet: Resurrecting Tinker’s Territorial Nexus Element for Disciplining Internet Speech In Schools
  • Zach Villemez, Reviving Ameliorative Waste
  • Henry Chen, Applying Bright Lines to the “Black Box”: Article II Powers as a Tool for Reducing Uncertainty in CFIUS Reviews
  • Kevin Case, Enough with Exceptions: Why Congress and the Courts Should Stop Chipping Away at Section 230 Immunity
  • Justin Angotti, Everywhere and Nowhere: Reframing Personal Jurisdiction to Meet the Realities of an Increasingly Boundaryless Society
  • Lea Schild, Employer Liability for Risk of Future Identity Theft in Data Breach Cases

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