The D.C. Government’s Attempt to Eliminate Food Deserts

By: Andrew Cotton The U.S. Department of Agriculture (“USDA”) estimates that around ten percent of families in…

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The Circuit Split on Aesthetic Functionality: Why the Supreme Court Should Adopt the Standard of the Second and Ninth Circuits

By: Andrew Chmielarski The Lanham Act states that functionality is an absolute bar to trademark protection.[1] Historically,…

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Passage of “PRO” Act Would Bolster Starbucks Unionization Efforts

By: Kathryn Kelly The National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) ensures private-sector employees have the right to collectively…

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The Only Abuse is of Government Discretion: How Texas’ Decision to Label Parental Consent to Gender-Affirming Care as Child Abuse Arbitrarily Infringes on the Fundamental Right of Parental Choice in Family Decisions

By: Sean Boyle On February 22, 2022, Texas Governor Greg Abbott endorsed a legal opinion by Texas…

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Supreme Court’s Questionable Ruling on COVID-19 Mandate

By: Megan Yang On November 5, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) issued an emergency…

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Distinct Political Communities: Preserving Tribal Sovereignty and the Indian Child Welfare Act

By: Maya Martin Tsukazaki The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the case Brackeen v. Haaland[1] this term.[2]…

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No Way Out: Prolonged Immigration Detention

By: Kaylette Clark As of December 2021, there are over 1.5 million cases pending in immigration court;…

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From the Self-Proclaimed Queen Bee and MVP to Arrestee: The Story of Jen Shah

By: Kaitlyn Calogero “The only thing I’m guilty of is being Shah-mazing!”[1] For fans of any Real…

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Combating Organ Trafficking: Why Federally Regulated Live Organ Donations Would Deter the Illegal Removal of Organs

Combating Organ Trafficking: Why Federally Regulated Live Organ Donations Would Deter the Illegal Removal of Organs By…

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Free Britney, Now What?: How California’s New Conservatorship Laws Fail to Protect Those Who Are Most Vulnerable to Abuse

By: Alaska Samuels California courts “freed” Britney Spears, a groundbreaking step forward in the world of conservatorship…

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