Wednesday April 9, 2014

Law Review announces selected writers

The University of Dayton Law Review is pleased to announce its selections from staff writers to be included in next year's published journal.

The University of Dayton Law Review announced its selections from staff writers to be included in next year's published journal. They include the following:

  • The Need for Restraints in Public Schools: Keeping Students Safe in the Age of Inclusion, by Deanna Arivett
  • Evaluating the Inebriated: An Analysis of the HIPAA Privacy Rule and its Implications for Intoxicated Patients in Hospital Emergency Departments, by Bekah Raines
  • Missing the Mark: School Personnel Should not be Armed, by Amy Givens
  • The Implications, Ramifications, and Destroyed Foundations of Ownership and Civil Procedure Through Schwartzwald’s “Unforeclosure”, by Sami Brinker
  • Regulating Through Litigation: A Forced Hand, by Kelli Hayes
  • Worshiping at the Altar of Progress: Cognitive Enhancing Drugs in Legal Education, by Tessie Smith

For more information on the Law Review, please visit their website.

For more information, contact Denise Baker, assistant director of communications at the University of Dayton School of Law, at 937-229-3342 or dbaker3@udayton.edu.

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