Volume 36

by Various


The Inadequacy of Objectivity for a Feminist Movement: How the Pro-Choice Movement Failed Women of Color and Its Own Agenda

Sophia Arbess

Time to End the Chaos: A Call for Regulatory Reform on the Online Food Labeling System

Yue Bai

Remedying Conflict of Interest Issues in Public Health Bodies

Conor Bigley

Under Pressure: The Effects of Dobbs on Lawyers Advising Abortion Providers

Abigail L. Cahn-Gambino

The Intersection of Civil Rights, Religious Liberty, and Infectious Disease

Ezra Clark

Fairness and Due Process in Class Settlements: Analyzing Amchem and Stephenson

Chase W. Gordon

Environmental (Non)disclosure and the SEC’s Proposed Solution

Emma R. Howard

Lawyers’ Obligation to Decline Representation for Morally Reprehensible Clients in Animal Law

Hana Khan-Tareen

Ethical lawyering, attorney-client privilege, and dual–purpose communications in light of In re Grand Jury

David Kim

Non-Disclosure Provisions in Medical Malpractice Settlements: The Silent Killer of Accountability and Patient Safety

N. Joshua Morris

The Independent Attorney General: An Analysis of Why the Office Should be Insulated from Presidential Political Imperatives

Andrew Nisco

The Office of Congressional Discipline: Reforming Congressional Misconduct Investigations by Bringing Investigations In-House

Michael Parola

The Vaccine Monologues: Federal Vaccine Policy and SIRVA’s Place in the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program

Alexa S. Perlmutter

Practicing Ethically in Virtual Environments and the Rise of Remote Proceedings in a Post COVID-19 Era

Margaret Romanin

ERISA as a Solution to Insurer Abrogation of Responsibility in the Face of the Opioid Crisis

Zachary Semple

Balancing Liberal Ideals with the Use of a Cultural Defense

Emma Skowron

Plain Language in the Written Law

Leen van Besien

The Dobbs Leak as an Illustration of the Impasse Between Legal Ethics and Reality

Elizabeth Yoder