Announcements & Events

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

Please join the Columbia Law Review in welcoming the following new 2L editors:

Alicia Abboud

Cristina Alvarez

Amy Berkowitz

Luke Budiardjo

German Carvajal

Young Choi

Zachary Chotzen-Freund

Nicola Cohen

Michael Crafts

Yasmin Dagne

Mikal Davis-West

Sam Ferenc

John Fraser

Robin Gimm

Samantha Hall

Gideon Hanft

Kevin Heiner

Ademisola Ijidakinro

Megan Ji

Alexsis Johnson

Christopher Johnson

Jan Jorritsma

Adam Katz

Elizabeth Kim

Michael Lanci

Eve Levin

Joseph Margolies

Patricio Martinez-Llompart

Christopher Morel

Julie-Irene Nkodo

Edward Olds

Komal Patel

Alexander Peerman

Bruce Pettig

Lauren Phillips

Anthony Raduazo

Kelsey Ruescher

Melissa Vallejo

Alison Vandenburgh

Michael Washington

Jordan Weatherwax

Michael Weinberg

Alexandra Widas

Phoebe Wolfe

Alex Wolinsky

 

Columbia Law Review Notes Selected for Publication

Please join the Columbia Law Review in congratulating the following student authors on their selection for publication in Volumes 116/117 of the Review:

Nicholas Caros, Interior Landmarks Preservation and Public Accessibility

Catriela Cohen, Charitable Commerce: Examining Property-Tax Exemptions for Community Economic Development Organizations

Remy Grosbard, Dividing the Plausible Sheep From the Meritless Goats: The Duty to Inform in the Post-Dudenhoeffer World of ERISA

Kyla Magun, A Changing Landscape for Pretrial Detainees?: The Potential Impact of Kingsley v. Hendrickson on Jail-Suicide Litigation and Prevention

Michael Marvin, Federal Preemption and Interest Rate Exportation: Madden‘s Impact on National Banks, the Secondary Credit Market, and P2P Lending Counsels for Its Reversal

Reilly S. Steel, The Underground Rulification of the Ordinary Business Operations Exclusion: A Return to Cracker Barrel?

Dane Warren, Evaluating the “Climate Change Displacement Coordination Facility”: How the UNFCCC Can Address Forced Climate Migration After Paris COP21

Shu-en Wee, The Gebardi “Principles”

James Wiseman, Reasonable, but Wrong: Reckless Disregard and Deliberate Ignorance in the False Claims Act after Hixson