The William Mitchell Law Review is a student-edited journal. Founded in 1974, the Law Review publishes timely articles of regional, national and international interest for legal practitioners, scholars, and lawmakers. Judges throughout the United States regularly cite the Law Review in their opinions. Academic journals, textbooks, and treatises frequently cite the Law Review as well. It can be found in nearly all U.S. law school libraries and online.
- Issue 1: Recent Minnesota Supreme Court Decisions
- Issue 2: Legal Issues in a World of Electronic Data
- Issue 3: A Critical Look at Child Protection
- Issue 4: The 30th Anniversary of the Hatch-Waxman Act
- Sua Sponte: Online Companion to William Mitchell Law Review Go to Volume 40
- Issue 1: Legal Costs in Minnesota / Case Notes: Recent Minnesota Supreme Court Decisions
- Issue 2: U.S.-Dakota War of 1862
- Issue 3: Tribute to the Honorable John E. Simonett / Contemporary Issues in Minnesota Water Law
- Issue 4: Medical Device Law
- Issue 5: The 1963 Minnesota Criminal Code: Looking Back and Looking Forward Go to Volume 39
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ISSUES 2 & 3 NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
The William Mitchell Law Review is proud to present Volume 40, Issues 2 and 3! Issue 2 is devoted to e-discovery and other topics dealing with electronic data and privacy. It features the working papers of the Minnesota E-Discovery Working Group. You can read Issue 2 HERE.
Issue 3 includes thirteen articles by leading child protection practitioners and scholars. It will be a valuable resource for all professionals working in the child protection field. You can read Issue 3 HERE.
STUDENT NOTE PUBLICATION
Congratulations to the following staff members, whose long papers will be published in upcoming issues:
- Ashley Biermann: The Practical Effects of Dickhoff v. Green on Wrongful Death Actions in Minnesota: Drawing a Line in the Sand or Committing to a Fair Solution?
- Melissa Lorentz: Engineering Exceptions to Historic Preservation Law: Why the Army Corps of Engineer’s Section 106 Regulations Are Invalid
- Nic Puechner: No Clean Slates: Unpacking the Complications of Juvenile Expungements in the Wake of J.J.P.—In re Welfare of J.J.P.
- Kaitrin Vohs: “I Don’t Know the Question, but Sex Is Definitely the Answer”: The Over-Simplification of Same-Sex Sexual Harassment in Wasek v. Arrow Energy Services, Inc., 682 F.3d 463 (6th Cir. 2012).
- Jennifer Johnson: Transgender Youth in Public Schools: Why Identity Matters in the Restroom
- Lindsey Wheeler: Driving Privilege Cards for Undocumented Minnesotans: Addressing Constitutional Concerns and Promoting Public Safety