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Notre Dame Law Review Hosts Annual Symposium

On November 14th the Notre Dame Law Review, in conjunction with the Notre Dame Program on Constitutional Structure, hosted its annual Symposium. This year’s Symposium was titled The Treaty Power After Bond v. United States: Interpretative and Constitutional Constraints. In Bond, Carol Bond was prosecuted under the Chemical Weapons Convention Implementation Act for using a “chemical weapon” […]

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Volume 90 Author Featured as “Daily Read” on Constitutional Law Blog

The Constitutional Law Blog featured Professor Deven Desai’s Article, Constitutional Limits on Surveillance: Associational Freedom in the Age of Data Hoarding, forthcoming in Volume 90 of the Notre Dame Law Review, as its “daily read” on Monday, April 7th. Professor Desai describes the quantity of data to which law enforcement officers have access as a […]

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Professor Mehrsa Baradaran Published in The New York Times

The Notre Dame Law Review is excited to draw attention to a recently featured editorial in The New York Times by Mehrsa Baradaran, Associate Professor at the University of Georgia School of Law and author of Banking and the Social Contract, published in Volume 89, Issue 3. Professor Baradaran’s op-ed, “The Post Office Banks on the Poor,” highlights the dearth […]

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Editor-in-Chief for Volume 90 Elected

The staff of the Notre Dame Law Review is excited to announce that Mark Kubisch will be the new Editor-in-Chief for Volume 90. The executive board for Volume 90 will be: Executive Editor: Blair Warner Executive Articles Editor: Grant Schertzing Executive Notes Editor: Katie Jo Baumgardner Executive Online Editor: Jessica Ettinger Executive Managing Editor: Andrew Bond […]

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Notre Dame Law Review Hosts Annual Symposium

On November 1st the Notre Dame Law Review, in conjunction with the Notre Dame Program on Constitutional Structure and the Clynes Chair Lecture Series, hosted its annual Symposium.  This year’s Symposium was titled The Evolution of Theory: Discerning the Catalysts of Constitutional Change, and the event focused on identifying the drivers of constitutional change.  There were three panels, […]

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2013 Alumni Open House

On September 21, 2013 the Law Review hosted its second annual Alumni Open House in our office in Biolchini Hall. It was an eventful occasion complete with mimosas, star-studded alumni, and a Notre Dame win. A few of the alumni in attendance included Alexis Zouhary, a Jones Day associate, Professor Patricia O’Hara, and John Burns, […]

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Notre Dame Law Review’s New Website

The Notre Dame Law Review is pleased to announce the launch of its new website.  The editorial staff decided to redesign the site so that the Law Review could provide better information to prospective contributors and legal researchers alike.  To facilitate online research, the Law Review is working with the Kresge Law Library and Bepress […]

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Leadership for Volume 89

In February of 2013, the editors and staff members of Volume 88 of the Notre Dame Law Review elected Patrick Cassidy to the position of Editor in Chief for Volume 89. Shortly afterwards, Pat announced the editorial board for Volume 89: Kevin J. Murphy – Executive Editor Laura S. Aronsson – Executive Managing Editor Jon […]

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Alumni Happy Hours for Incoming 2L Law Review Members

To celebrate the incoming 2L Law Review members, the Notre Dame Law Review is hosting Alumni Happy Hours in Washington D.C., Chicago, and New York City. The Washington D.C. event will be held on Wednesday, July 24 from 6:30 to 8:30 at Irish Whiskey, located at 1207 19th Street NW. The New York City event will be held on Wednesday, July 24 from 6:30 to […]

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Notre Dame Law Review Ranked 13th in the Washington & Lee University School of Law Journal Rankings for 2012

The Notre Dame Law Review is pleased to note that our publication was ranked number 13 in the Washington & Lee University School of Law Journal Rankings for 2012. (The rankings are available at http://lawlib.wlu.edu/LJ/index.aspx).  Remarkably, our ranking jumped four spots from number 17 in 2011.  Thank you to all of the editors and staff […]

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