Junior Associates Selected for Publication in Volume 83

The Louisiana Law Review Volume 82 Board of Editors is proud to announce the Junior Associates selected for publication in Volume 83. The decision process was extremely difficult this year because of the number of well-written student pieces.

Since 1938, the Louisiana Law Review has served as Louisiana’s flagship legal journal and has become a vibrant forum for scholarship in comparative and civil law topics. The Law Review currently ranks in the top 200 student-edited journals, and among the top 50 journals for the highest number of cases citing to a law review. Louisiana Law Review scholars have been recognized around the world for their contributions to both common and civil law doctrine. Publication with the Louisiana Law Review is an incredible honor, and we congratulate those selected for publication. 

Jack AguillardGetting on Board: Resolving the Louisiana Supreme Court’s International River Decision that Missed the Boat

Eric AlbornOne Buzz: Is a Single Text Message Enough to Confer Article III Standing under the TCPA?

Jennifer BakerExpanding the Bounds of the Public Forum Doctrine for It to Apply in the “Modern Public Square[s]” of Today and Tomorrow

Stephen CoxAbandonment: Focusing on Drafters’ Intent to Answer Who and What Can Prevent Abandonment

Luke Dupré Checks & Balances in the Bayou State: The Constitutional Balance of Power Between the Executive and Legislative Branches During States of Emergency

Tyler FrederickRestoring Balance to an Unbalanced Dynamic: Why the Louisiana Medical Malpractice Act Should Not Determine the Applicability of Interruption of Prescription for Joint Obligors

Andrew HughesConstructing Clearer Policy: Reconsidering Louisiana’s Anti-Indemnity Regime with Regards to Additional Insured Agreements in Public Construction Contracts

Emily MartinArticle III Standing, but Add a Little Bit of 21st Century Spice: How Data Breaches Illuminate the Continuously Contradictory Rulings of the Supreme Court

William MathewsIt Looks Like a Vessel, It Moves Like a Vessel, But It’s Not a Vessel: Revisiting Vessel Status in Louisiana after Caldwell v. St. Charles Gaming Company

Jay Newman Heads You Stay; Tails You Go: Arbitrariness in Asylum Proceedings and How a Slight Procedural Speedbump May Help

Lily PavyMommy Issues: Louisiana’s Gap in Parental Rights for Non-Married Same-Sex Couples

Brooke ReedyUneggspected: Louisiana’s Scrambled Approach to Ownership of Frozen Embryos After Dissolution of Marriage

Jack RuelloInsurgent Intentions: Are Retail Investors on Social Media Subject to Federal Market Manipulation Laws?

Baylee SmithPutting LHEPA Under the Knife: The Implications of the Gross Negligence Standard of Care for Medical Malpractice Actions During COVID-19’s Public Health Emergency

Macy SpencerBuyers Beware: Understanding the Consequence of Intentionally Breaching a Purchase Agreement in a Civil Law Jurisdiction

Fallon VoltolinaUnderstanding Self-Imposed Limitations on the Executive as Meaningful Restrictions on Authorizations for the Use of Military Force