Image via unsplash.com By David McPeak, Editor in Chief Should Americans prepare for abortion policy to return to the legislative realm? Currently, the United States Supreme Court is considering whether to overturn Roe v. Wade, which, in 1973, held that states have insufficient interest in the life of an unborn child […]
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Image via Pixabay.com By Anabelle Nietupski, Web Editor Suddenly we are living in a time where vaccination status is a political, religious, social, and moral statement. Thus, this status has begun to reach into every aspect of modern life, including the law. Looking to the area of family law, the […]
Image via unsplash.com By Alexa Glista, Features Editor On Sept. 1, 2021, Texas’s new controversial anti-abortion law, Senate Bill 8, went into effect. Senate Bill 8, referred to as the “Heartbeat Bill”, prohibits abortions after six weeks of pregnancy with no exceptions for incest or rape. These restrictions on abortion have […]
Photo courtesy of unsplash.com By Hannah Schaffer, Features Editor Many agree that the first weeks of a child’s life are fundamental to their development. However, the United States does not offer universal federal paid parental leave. The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is the closest policy the United States […]
This winter, Juris Feature Writers brought a diverse batch of fascinating articles discussing fracking and trespass, contentious international affairs, fashion law’s new defense mechanism, and hyper-politicized social behavior. We took to the skies exploring whether the provision allowing private suit under the Federal Tort Claims Act applies to airport Transportation […]
Letter from the Editor Law and the Media | Media and the Law Discussing the media has perhaps never been more relevant than ever before, and the events from the past academic year produced the perfect storm of subjects to weigh in on. Where media distrust seems to be at […]