Fall 2016 issue of the Seventh Circuit Review is now online

Monday, May 1, 2017

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 appellate procedure, civil rights law, class actions, constitutional law, cultural heritage law, employee benefits law, environmental law, family law and tax law.

Each article is available for download in PDF format and has an accompanying 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 12, Issue 1, include:

  • David E. Braden, Rights of Custody: Results May Vary
  • Nicholas L. DeBruyne, ERISA Remedies: Rethinking Indemnification and Contribution for Co-Fiduciaries
  • Matthew Hamielec, Lewis's Shiftin Concepcions: The Seventh Circuit's Struggle in Applying Class Action Preemption in Employment Contracts
  • Megan Heinz, Horsing Around with Dobson and Chevron: Tax Deference in Roberts v. Commissioner
  • Matthew Kita, Social Cost of Carbon: Can We Afford It?
  • April Ramirez, Plain Error Review Is Just Plain Confusing: How the Confused State of Plain Error Review Led the Seventh Circuit to Get It Wrong
  • Symone D. Shinton, Married on Saturday, Fired on Monday: The Seventh Circuit Attempts to Navigate LGBT Rights After Obergefell
  • Claire E. Stephens, Storming the Persian Gates: The Seventh Circuit Denies Attachment to Iranian Antiquities
  • Meaghan A. Sweeney, Reasonable Response: The Achilles' Heel of the Seventh Circuit's "Deliberate Indifference" Analysis
  • Andrea R. Torres, The Seventh Circuit Justifies Lifetime GPS Monitoring by Calling It Prevention
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