A recent Slate article on the Supreme Court’s decision not to hear the “Moldy Washing Machine” cases, or overturn class certification of those cases in some circuits, cites to the Volume 97 Lead Piece, How Business Fares in the Supreme Court. You can read the article here.
The Minnesota Law Review spring submissions period is open. For more information, please visit our submissions page.
Professor Deborah Tuerkheimer’s forthcoming article, SlutWalking in the Shadow of the Law, was recently cited in a Slate story, How Did Jameis Winston Evade a Rape Charge? Tuerkheimer’s article will appear in Issue 4 of Volume 98 of the Minnesota Law Review, forthcoming in April 2014.
Law professor and blogger Frank Pasquale recently published a post in response to a scathing critique of law journals by Times journalist Adam Liptak. Pasquale notes that law journals can actually help instigate change and cites, as an example, Saule T. Omarova’s article The Merchants of Wall Street: Banking, Commerce, and Commodities, published in Issue […]
View Mark Schneider’s presentation from the Minnesota Law Review Symposium, International Labor Law: Opportunity, Solution, or Intrusion.
The Minnesota Law Review is no longer accepting submissions for Volume 98. Thank you to everyone who submitted articles, and we hope you will continue submitting to the Minnesota Law Review in the future. Submissions will open again in Spring 2013 for Volume 99. For more information on submitting to the Minnesota Law Review, please […]
The Minnesota Law Review is now accepting submissions. Submissions will continue until Volume 98 is filled. In previous years, submissions have remained open until early September. The Minnesota Law Review will consider for publication in its print edition any original work focusing on any topic or field in the law. Authors must submit articles through the […]
The Minnesota Law Review welcomes the new editorial board and staffers for Volume 98! We’re looking forward to a great year for our staffers, editors, alumni, authors, and readers. Below find the new, Volume 98 Masthead. The Volume 98 Masthead is also available for download here.
The Future of Organized Labor: Labor Law in the 21st Century Friday, October 25, 2013 At the turn of the century, 28 percent of American workers were unionized. Today, only 8 percent of American workers belong to unions, and the decline is likely to continue. The 2013 Symposium will allow the Minnesota Law Review to […]
The Volume 97 Lead Piece, a study of how the Supreme Court treats business interests by distinguished legal scholars Lee Epstein, William M. Landes, and Richard A. Posner, was profiled in the May 5, 2013 edition of the New York Times. The story, titled Corporations Find a Friend in the Supreme Court, details the study’s finding: since […]
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