The Journal of Law, Economics & Policy announces the 2011-2012 Editorial Board:
Executive Editor – Shannon Lautenschlager
Managing Editor – Daniel J. Wisniewski
Publications Editor – Laura Lieberman
Senior Articles Editor – John Buckley
Articles Editor – Rachel Fertig
Senior Research Editor – Mike DeRita
Research Editor – Andrew Galle
Senior Notes Editor – Katie Barnes
Notes Editor – Brendan Mullarkey
The Journal also announces the following student notes and comments selected for publication in upcoming issues:
Andrew Galle - Whistleblowing in the Intelligence Community: Why a New Board Will be a Step in the Right Direction.
Daniel Glynn – Granholm’s Ends do not Justify the Means: The Twenty-First Amendment’s Temperance Goals Trump Free Market Idealism.
Laura Lieberman - Congressional Underlay: The Weaknesses of Proposed Online Gambling Regulations.
Christina Newton - Interpreting Caperton: A Hybrid Solution to the Public Choice Problem in Judicial Elections.
Daniel J. Wisniewski - Vegetation as a Nuisance: Conflicting Land Uses.
We would also like to congratulate the following casenotes and comments that were selected as Honorable Mentions:
Brendan Mullarkey – CREDITORS BEWARE! Discharge in Bankruptcy: Affirmative Defense or Debtor’s Offense
Larry Pounders - “Outlaw” Contract Terms in Consumer Contracting: Mispricing, Market Inefficiencies & the Overconsumption of Risk.
Billy Wiegand - Why South Korean Mobile Phones have Faster Connection Speeds than their American Counterparts.
Volume 7 Issue 1 of the Journal of Law, Economics & Policy was shipped today. Congratulations to the authors and editors!
The Law & Economics Center at George Mason University, a sponsor of our symposium “Overcriminalization 2.0: Developing Consensus Solutions”, interviewed former Deputy Attorney General Larry Thompson on the importance of finding solutions to the issue of overcriminalization. Click here for the video.
You can also visit our Media section to see the rest of the interviews from presenters at the symposium.
Thank you to our speakers and sponsors for a successful legal symposium. We will post pictures and video from the symposium in the very near future, as well as information on how to order a copy of the symposium issue due out in Spring 2011.
Registration is now open for Overcriminalization 2.0: Developing Consensus Solutions, our annual symposium. The registration fee is $125 until October 1st, $175 after October 1st, and $30 for students. 5.0 VA CLE credits are approved. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
For more information or to register, click here.