Volume 117 Comment Publication
Please join us in congratulating the following associate editors, whose comments have been selected for publication in Volume 117 of the Penn State Law Review:
- Jessica Barlow, Student Challenges to Academic Decisions: The Need for the Judiciary to Look Beyond Simple Deference
- Tara Franklin, Done with Distracted Driving: Implications of Pennsylvania’s Ban on Text-Based Communication While Driving under the State Constitution
- Sarah Ann Hyser, Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: How Federal Courts Are Taking the “Fair” Out of the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010
- Shauna D. Manion, A Science-Based Endeavor: Interpreting Contamination Prevention in The Food Safety Modernization Act
- Mark A. McCormick-Goodhart, Leaving No Veteran Behind: Policies and Perspectives on Combat Trauma, Veterans Courts, and the Rehabilitative Approach to Criminal Behavior
- Jacqueline Marie Motyl, Trading Sex for College Tuition: How Sugar Daddy “Dating” Sites May Be Sugar Coating Prostitution
- Christopher Polchin, Raising the “Bar” On Law School Data Reporting: Solutions To The Transparency Problem
- Alison Renfrew, The Building Blocks of Reform: Strengthening OCR to Achieve Title IX’s Objectives
- Morgan A. Rhinehart, Irish Abortion Policies: Reconciling a History of Restrictive Abortion Practices with the European Court of Human Rights’ Ruling in A, B & C v. Ireland
- Kristin Sempeles, The FDA’s Attempt to Scare the Smoke Out of You: Has the FDA Gone Too Far With the Nine New Cigarette Warning Labels?
- Raman Singh, A Holey Cause: Sharia as a Cultural Defense
- Sebastian C. Watt, Abolishing the Shelter of Ambiguity: A New Framework For Treasury Regulation Deference Clarifying Chevron and Brand X
- Geoffrey E. Weyl, Quibbling with Quill: Are States Powerless in Enforcing Sales and Use Tax-related Obligations on Out-of-State Retailers
All Penn State Law Review associate editors participate in a strenuous comment writing program beginning their Middler year, and must produce a comment of publishable quality. A comment is a student-written periodical material, written in a style similar to law review articles.