Student Notes Selected for Publication in Volume 66
Please join us in congratulating the following students selected for publication in Volume 66 of Syracuse Law Review, announced at this year’s banquet:
Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Why the NCAA Should Lose its Tax-Exempt Status Following the Northwestern NLRB Decision
Drafted to Reproduce: Why the Military Abortion Ban is an Unconstitutional Restriction on a Woman’s Right to Choose
An “F” in Due Process: How Colleges Fail When Handling Sexual Assault
Terror in Tinseltown: Who Should be Accountable When Hollywood is Hacked
Anything but Ag-Gag: Ending the Industry-Advocate Cycle
The Prosecution of Modern Slavery: Evolving Definitions and Social Awareness
Independent Expenditure Regulation in Massachusetts and Other States: Good Enough for Government Work?
From the Ice to the Courtroom: Analyzing the Relationship Between Professional Ice Hockey and Tort Liability
Also, please join us in congratulating William O. Graves for earning the Samuel J.M. Donnelly Publication Award, established by the generosity of Richard M. Alderman L’72, recognizing scholarship in the field of consumer, commercial, or business law. Bill’s note is entitled The Law and Logistics of the START-UP NY Program: Will it Work?