Junior Associates Selected for Publication in Volume 85 Announced!

The Louisiana Law Review Volume 84 Board of Editors is proud to announce the Junior Associates selected for publication in Volume 85. The decision process was extremely difficult this year because of the number of well-written student pieces.

Ashton Austin – From Property Rights to Human Rights: Combating Forced Partition in Louisiana with the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act


Kris Bromley – From Likes to Rights: A Call to Protect and Compensate Child Stars of Monetized Social Media Accounts with the Louisiana Child Performer Trust Act


Patrick Calhoun – Judicial Jackpots: Investing in Lawsuits and Regulation of Litigation Finance


Graham Core – Louisiana, the Potential Safe-Haven for Creators of Artificial Intelligence: Louisiana’s Response to Thaler v. Perlmutter


Kaleb Delatte – Part Time One Percenters: The Constitutionality of Louisiana’s Justice of the Peace Fee System


Aidan Doughty – The Bermuda Triangle of Workplace Injuries: Analyzing Personal Injury Remedies for Offshore Wind Energy Workers on the Outer Continental Shelf


Jack Ducote ­– Stop the Cap: A Constitutional Examination of the Louisiana Medical Malpractice Act’s Cap on Damages


Madelyn Graves – Risky Business: Should Louisiana Adopt a Jurisdictional Consent Statute After Mallory v. Norfolk Southern Railway Co.?


Blaine Jacob ­– The Business of Baseball: MiLB’s Decision to Unionize Reintroduces the Need to Eliminate Baseball’s Historic Antitrust Exemption


Nathan Jagot ­– The Calm After the Storm: The Louisiana Electric Utility Storm Recovery Securitization Act and Its Effect on Future Storm Recovery


Gabriella Leccese – Can Commentary Command Courtroom Clout?: The Court’s Deference to Commentary to the United States Sentencing Guidelines in a Post-Kisor World


Caleb O’Connell – Exorcising the Devil’s Proof: Evaluating Louisiana’s Latest Revisions on Real Actions


Tara Roussel – Give SCOTUS’s Code of Conduct Teeth: Reviving Impeachment to Enforce the United States Supreme Court’s Code of Conduct


Sarah Szwak – A “Person”al Call to Congress: An Examination of Governmental Immunity in the Fair Credit Reporting Act


Susannah Theus – U.S. Copyright Law is Fashionably Late to Regulating IP Compliance in the Fashion Industry


Will Wood – School Walls or Church Halls? Navigating Religion in Louisiana’s Classrooms