Introduced by the 2010-2011 UDC Law Review Editorial Board, the UDC Student Law Journal showcases the work of UDC-DCSL students. Students at UDC-DCSL write seminar papers for many of their elective courses throughout their tenure at UDC-DCSL. In an effort to publish UDC-DCSL’s students work, the UDC Law Review has reached out to the professors of all of these elective courses and established a partnership that would allow the UDC Law Review to publish the work of some of the professor’s best students. Each year, professors nominate their top student’s paper to be submitted to the UDC Law Review for online publication in the UDC Student Law Journal and for presentation at the annual UDC Student Law Symposium. Click here for Student Symposium Video.
2012 STUDENT JOURNAL SYMPOSIUM
Tuesday, November 13, 2012, 4-6pm, Room 505
Kristen Walker – Eyewitness Identification in Colorado
Amanda Aubrey – Parental Rights of Non-Biological Same-Sex Partners
Rachel Lawrence – Resale Restrictions in Violation of the Fair Housing Act
Emily Citkowski - Why Wal-Mart Will Not End D.C.’s Food Deserts
Elisabeth Fernandez-Kimmel - Criminalization of Sex Work in D.C.
John Benjamin - Citizens United v. FEC and Election Corruption
Jamie Stevens - Why D.C. Needs Reverse Waiver
The Student Journal is an online publication of the UDC-DCSL Law Review. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the selection process if you’re interested in getting published.