Announcing the Publication of 2L Notes

Please join us in congratulating the following students on their upcoming publication in Volumes 113 and 114 of the Columbia Law Review:


David P. Friedman, The Regulator in Robes: Examining the SEC and the Delaware Court of Chancery’s Parallel Disclosure Regimes

Franziska Hertel, Qui Tam for Tax?: Lessons from the States

T. Dietrich Hill, The Arithmetic of Justice: Calculating Restitution for Mortgage Fraud

Alexandra Rex, Protecting the One Percent: Relevant Women, Undue Burdens, and Unworkable Judicial Bypasses

Jack Starcher, How Can You Strike What Isn’t There?: Controlling the Threat of Rule 68’s Cost Shifting Provision in the Context of Class Actions

Angela Sun, “Killing Time” in the Valley of the Shadow of Death: Why Systematic Pre-Execution Delays on Death Row Are Cruel and Unusual

Alisha J. Turak, Why Wright was Wrong: How the Third Circuit Misinterpreted the Bankruptcy Code . . . Again

Gregory Nathaniel Wolfe, Smile for the Camera, The World Is Going to See That Mug: The Dilemma of Privacy Interests in Mug Shots