- We are now accepting submissions for our fourth annual Black Scholars Book! View submission details here.
- Announcing the 2024 Lara D. Gass Symposium: Voting Rights in a Politically Polarized Era, to be held on February 16, 2024.
- Our 2023 Symposium Book 80:3 on digital ownership, cryptocurrencies, new uses for blockchain technology, and how the law should prepare for the impact of these technologies, is now available on Scholarly Commons.
- Our first Student Notes of the academic year by Christian Sanchez Leon and Laura Carrier were published in 80:3!
- Former Managing Online Editor Lidia Kurganova (’23L) recently co-authored an article with W&L Law Professor Karen Woody, The SEC’s SPAC Solution, that was published in the Emory Law Journal Online.
- Lead Articles Editor Maddie Bellew recently co-authored an article, Eviction Crisis Not Averted, that was published in the Richmond Public Interest Law Review.
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Forthcoming in 80:4
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Stay Out of My Head: Neurodata, Privacy, and the First Amendment
Author: Wayne Unger
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