Announcements 2017–2018

COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW NOTES SELECTED FOR PUBLICATION

Please join the Columbia Law Review in congratulating the following student authors on their Notes selected for publication in Volume 118 of the Review:

Zachary Freund, “Perpetuating Segregation or Turning Discrimination on Its Head? Affordable Housing Residency Preferences as Anti-Displacement Measures”

Adam Katz, “Eventual Judicial Review”

Michael Lanci, “In the Child’s Best Interests?: Rethinking Consideration of Physical Disability in Child Custody Disputes”

Joe Margolies, “Powerful Friends: EPSA, Hughes, and Cooperative Federalism for State Renewable Energy Policy”

Komal Patel, “Testing the Limits of the First Amendment: How a CFAA Prohibition on Online Antidiscrimination Testing Infringes on Protected Speech Activity”

Melissa Vallejo, “Safer SEP Bathrooms: Injecting Progress into the Harm Reduction Movement”

 

PLEASE JOIN THE COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW IN WELCOMING THE FOLLOWING 2L EDITORS:

Matthew Ackerman

David Beizer

Maddy Berg

Jessica Bernhardt

Joseph Catalanotto

Dennis Chu

Matthew Duffy

Tyler Finn

Megan Gao

Scott Glass

Reginald Glosson

Baldemar Gonzalez Jr.

Abigail Gotter

Megan Harewood

Anika Havaldar

Lear Jiang

Taylor Kelson

Allison Kim

Kevin Koai

Jason Koffler

Armando Lozano

Hayley Malcolm

Lauren Matlock-Colangelo

Thomas McTigue

Paula-Anne Omiyi

Jeremy Patashnik

Imani Phillips

Zachary Piaker

Karen Reitman

Tory Roberts

Shinji Ryu

Andrew Shanahan

Cassandra Snyder

Katri Stanley

Jeffrey Stein

John Hammel Strauss

Adrienne Tarver

Emily Tu

Lisa Tu

Fabiola Urdaneta

Fabiola Vega

Roshaan Wasim

Dorothy Weldon

Oluwatomi Williams

Karis Yi

COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW NOTES SELECTED FOR PUBLICATION

Please join the Columbia Law Review in congratulating the following student authors on their Notes selected for publication in Volumes 1​17/1​1​8 of the Review:

Luke Ali Budiardjo, “Arbitration and Inter Partes Review: The Questionable Effect of Arbitration Agreements on the Right to Challenge Patent Validity at the USPTO”

Samuel Ferenc, “Clear Rights and Worthy Claimants: Judicial Intervention in Administrative Action Under the All Writs Act”

Kevin G. Heiner, “Adopting a Federal Standard for Acknowledging or Establishing Paternity in State Court ICWA Proceedings”

Megan Ji, “Are Robots Good Fiduciaries? An Approach to Regulating Robo-Advisors”

Christopher M. Johnson, “Second-Class—Heller, Age, and the Prodigal Amendment”

Eve A. Levin, “Gender-Normed Physical-Ability Testing Under Title VII”

Ted Olds, “More Than ‘Rarely Used’: Reconsidering Section 3 Preclearance After NAACP v. McCrory and Patino v. City of Pasadena”

Alexander G. Peerman, “Convicted of What? United States v. Mathis, the Means–Element Distinction, and Prior-Conviction Sentencing”

Lauren E. Phillips, “Impeding Innovation: State Preemption of Progressive Local Legislation”

Anthony R. Raduazo, “The Carbon-Dioxide-Monetization Gap: Integrating the Social Cost of Carbon into NEPA”

 

THE COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW IS DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THE 2017–2018 ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD:

Kelsey A. Ruescher
Editor-in-Chief
 
Michael Crafts
Executive Articles Editor
 
Patricio G. Martínez Llompart
Executive Essays & Reviews Editor
 
Young Choi
Executive Online Editor
 
Samantha Hall
Executive Managing Editor
 
Megan Ji
Executive Notes Editor
 
Nicola Cohen
Yasmin Dagne
Joseph H. Margolies
Christopher Morel
Alexander G. Peerman
Alexandra J. Widas
Articles Editors
 
Alexsis M. Johnson
Adam M. Katz
Anthony R. Raduazo
Essays & Reviews Editors
 
Ademisola Ijidakinro
Eve Levin
Melissa Vallejo
Online Editors
 
Cristina Alvarez
Michael Lanci
Komal Patel
Bruce C. Pettig
Michael Washington
Alex Wolinsky
Managing Editors
 
Amy Berkowitz
Christopher M. Johnson
Edward K. Olds
Alison Vandenburgh
Notes Editors

Past announcements are available in the archive.