Spring 2015 issue of the Seventh Circuit Review is now online
The latest issue of the Seventh Circuit Review is available online at www.kentlaw.iit.edu/7cr. Articles in this issue analyze recent decisions of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit dealing with civil rights law, constitutional law, employment law, First Amendment law, and voter ID law.
Each article is available for download in PDF format and has an audio synopsis recorded by the student author. All articles are written and edited by students in the Seventh Circuit Review Honors Seminar.
Articles in Volume 10, Issue 2, include:
- Michael A. Albert, MJ Still Winning in Chicago: The Seventh Circuit Correctly Holds That Jewel-Osco's Use of Michael Jordan's Likeness in Its Advertisement Constituted Commercial Speech
- Heather N. Collinet, Gambling on Court Interpretations of Care: Approving Leave for Travel Under the FMLA
- Elly Drake, The Twenty-Five-Year Struggle for Marriage Equality: What Impact Does the Seventh Circuit's Jurisprudence Have on LGBT Civil Liberties?
- Lyal L. Fox III, Procedural Error? Seventh Circuit Fails to Recognize "No Procedure" Is Not "Adequate Procedure"
- Matthew R. Pikor, Voter ID in Wisconsin: A Better Approach to Anderson/Burdick Balancing
- Jing Zhang, The Panhandlers' Dialogue: Are Restrictions on Panhandling Content-Neutral Under the First Amendment?