Friday July 25th 2014

Welcome to the George Mason Law Review

Congratulations to the Members Chosen For Publication

The George Mason Law Review is proud to congratulate the following student authors who have been selected for publication in the Law Review:

1. Kelsey Wilbanks, If It’s Broke, Fix It: The Future of Low-Cost 3D Printing For Home Objects, and the Need For a Better Patent Law Standard Between Innocent Repair and Infringing Reconstruction (Adrian S. Fisher Award, Best Student Note or Comment)

2. Scott Brooks, Guilty By Reason of Insanity: Why a Malaligned Defense Demands a Constitutional Right of Inquiry on Voir Dire

3. Erin Hoffert, Animal Science and Minn-Chem: A New Era in Interpreting the Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvements Act

4. Lauren Fredericksen, Falling Through the Cracks of Title VII: The Plight of the Unpaid Intern

5. Catherine Wauters, No Alien Left Detained? A Not-So “Specially Dangerous” Exception to the Government’s Limited Detention Authority

6. James McMahon, Section 1983 Causes of Action Under the Contracts Clause of the Constitution

7. Michelle Caton, Form over Fairness: How the Supreme Court’s Misreading of the Federal Arbitration Act Has Left Consumers in a Lurch

8. Corinne Stuart, The Applicability of the Prior Restraint Doctrine to False Advertising Law

9. Martin Desjardins, Ecosystem Services: Unifying Economic Efficiency and Ecological Stewardship via Natural Resource Damage Assessments Under CERCLA

10. Stephen Meli, Do You Have a License To Say That? Occupational Licensing and Internet Speech