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Congratulations to the Members Chosen For Publication

George Mason Law Review is proud to congratulate the following student authors who have been selected for publication in Volume 22, forthcoming for 2014-2015:

Claire Bourque,¬†Liability¬†Only, Please ‚Äď Hold the Damages: The Supreme Court‚Äôs New Order for
Class Certification

Bryan J. Cannon, The Travesty of Patent Opinion Use:  Advancing Leahy-Smith to Fix the Misguided Patent Infringement Enhanced Damages Framework

Andrew DeMaio, Upping the Stakes to Win the War Against Somali Piracy:  Justifications for a New Strategy Based on International Humanitarian Law

Jessica Gallinaro, Meet Your New Big Brother: Weighing the Privacy Implications of Physical Retail Stores Using Tracking Technology

Christine Ganley, Reevaluating the Common Law of Foreign Official Immunity:  Ascertaining the Proper Role of the Executive

Brandon Gould, How the Countervailing Power of the Insurers Can Resolve the Tradeoff Between Market Power and Health Care Integration in Accountable Care Organizations

Alex Heller, Corporate Death Penalty: Prosecutorial Discretion and the Indictment of SAC Capital

Amy Josselyn, National Security at All Costs:  Why the CFIUS Review Process May Have Overreached Its Purpose

Jesse Jacob McMurdo, All and Nothing:  A Framework to Reconcile the Differences in Constitutional Rights Afforded to Foreign National Contractors Abroad

David Moon, Social Security Disability Determinations in Litigation: Unreliable or Underused?

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