The Results Are In: Congratulations to the newly selected Volume 22 Editorial Board!
After applications, interviews, and tough deliberations, the William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal is proud to announce the new editorial board for Volume 22.
The Institute of Bill of Rights Law invites you to attend the William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal’s symposium on administrative law in honor of late William and Mary Law Professor Charles H. Koch, Jr. March 15th, 2013 at the William and Mary School of Law.
All are welcome to this free event, which will run from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM on Friday, March 15th, 2013.
See our 2013 Symposia page for more information.
The William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal welcomes the newest members to the Volume 21 staff. We look forward to another year of outstanding scholarship in keeping with our tradition as one of the nation’s leading constitutional law journals.
Visit our Masthead page for a complete list of members for the 2012-2013 year.
The Bill of Rights Journal congratulates those student members whose notes have been selected for publication in Volume 21 (in order of publication):
- Christopher A. Sickles, Bridging the Liability Gap: How Kowalski’s Interpretation of Reasonable Foreseeability Limits School Liability for Inaction in Cases of Cyber-Bullying
- Lee Tankle, The Only Thing We Have to Fear is Fear Itself: Islamophobia and the Recently Proposed Unconstitutional and Unnecessary Anti-Religion Laws
- Emilie Whitehurst, Shaping California’s Prisons: How the Alternative Custody Program, Designed to Remedy the State’s Eighth Amendment Violations in the Prison System, Encroaches on Equal Protection
- Michelle Sudano, Crossing the Final Border: Securing Equal Gender Protection in Immigration Cases
- Andrew Behrns, Assessing Proposals to Ban Circumcision Under Both a Parental Rights Theory and Child-Centered Perspectives in the Specific Context of Jewish and Muslim Infants
- Chadwick M. Welch, Dodd Frank’s Title II Authority: A Disorderly Liquidation of Experience, Logic and Due Process
- Andrew Wolf, Detailing Commercial Speech: A Compromise
- Tiffany Ferris, Justices Hawking Jesus: Endorsement Through Citation to Religious Amici in Supreme Court Opinions
To view a list of student notes from previous volumes, please see our Student Notes page.
The William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal would like to express our sincere gratitude to the distinguished participants of the 2012 Symposium: Noncitizen Participation in the American Polity.
We thank the participants for their thoughtful and illuminating presentations and for submitting articles for publication in the upcoming volume of the Bill of Rights Journal. Additionally, we would like to thank Melody Nichols and the Institute of Bill of Rights Law, our symposium faculty advisor, Angela M. Banks, and our moderators.
For more information on the Symposium, including summaries of the presentations, please see our 2012 Symposium page.