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Victoria Cvek

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The increasing popularity of social media, especially among school- aged children, has created new legal issues within the school setting. School administrators are tasked with maintaining order within their schools, while dealing with these emerging issues. In some schools, student social media activity has spurred a new set of policies that allow administrators to monitor such activity

Meaghan L. McGinnis

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Asylum law was enacted in the United States as a social policy to assist and protect deserving international refugees. In a recent decision, Matter of A-R-C-G-, the Board of Immigration Appeals acknowledged for the first time in a precedential decision that at least some domestic violence victims are eligible for asylum relief through “particular social group”

Ryan Hart

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Since the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) in 2010, the percentage of individuals carrying health insurance in the United States has consistently increased. An unintended consequence of the ACA is that it has undermined the historical justification of the collateral source rule. The collateral source rule, which precludes a defendant from introducing

Meera Puri

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Major recording artists like Taylor Swift are taking advantage of the generous protections afforded to them by U.S. copyright and trademark laws. Swift has filed for, and received, numerous trademarks for lyrical phrases such as “This Sick Beat” and “Party Like It’s 1989” and has threatened merchants selling handmade Swift-themed goods through the online marketplace, Etsy. Swift