Student Publication in 2015-2016

At the Annual Alumni and Student Reception on March 3, the Michigan State Law Review honored fifteen third-year students who have been selected for publication in the Law Review and other journals around the country.  Congratulations to the following students for the publication of their student notes:

Crafting a Model State Law for Today's Beer Industry
Brian D. Anhalt, Senior Managing Editor
Published in the Roger Williams Law Review

Eliminating Standard Pleading Forms That Require Prisoners to Allege Their Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies
Broc Gullett, Articles Editor
Published in the Michigan State Law Review

Filling the Cracks: Why Problem-Solving Courts are Needed to Address Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders in the Criminal Justice System
Kelly Herrmann, Managing Editor
Published in the Scholar St. Mary's Law Review on Race & Social Justice

‘Exceedingly [Un]persuasive” and Unjustified: The Intermediate Scrutiny Standard and Single-Sex Education After United States v. Virginia
Herman Hofman, Articles Editor
Published in the Michigan State Law Review

Copyright Genius: A Fair-Use Classification for User-Generated Online Annotations and Commentary
Drew Jurgensen, Notes Editor
Published in the Journal of Law, Technology and Public Policy

Keeping Up with Jones: The Need to Abandon the Open Fields Doctrine
Elizabeth Kingston, Notes Editor
Published in the Criminal Law Bulletin

A Lender's Vorpal Sword: Expungement Affidavits & Their Power to Void Sheriff's Sales & Revert Mortgages Back to the Homeowner
Joshua R. LaBar, Articles Editor
Published in the Dartmouth Law Journal & Cornell Real Estate Journal

Bargaining with the Real Boss: How the Joint Employer Doctrine Can Expand Student-Athlete Unionization to the NCAA as an Employer
Jay D. Lonick, Senior Articles Editor
Published in the Virginia Sports & Entertainment Law Journal

Overcoming the Labyrinth: Embracing Attorney General Mukasey's Silva-Trevino Decision
Piotr M. Matusiak, Managing Editor
Published in the Michigan State Law Review

What's in the Box? Reconceptualizing Computers as Containers, Metadata as Contents of Containers, and Applying Fourth Amendment Protections
Chris Michels, Associate Editor
Published in the Criminal Law Practitioner

Monkeys and Elephants and Koalas, Oh My! Is Originality Still the Touchstone of Authorship in United States Copyright Law?
Jennifer L. Muse, Editor-in-Chief
Published in the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society

Parent Versus State: Protecting Intersex Children from Cosmetic Genital Surgery
Anne Puluka, Associate Editor
Published in the Michigan State Law Review

Resolving the Lack of Private-School Accountability in State-Funded Special Education Voucher Programs
Marie Rauschenberger, Senior Notes Editor
Published in the Michigan State Law Review

Discrimination and Mental Illness: Codified in Federal Law and Continued by Agency Interpretation
Joni Roach, Associate Editor
Published in the Michigan State Law Review

Due Process Under the IDEA: The Duration of a Student's Right to Tuition Reimbursement for Private Schooling Under the Stay-Put Provision
Katie Sieber, Managing Editor
Published in the Widener Journal of Law, Economics, and Race