Publications of Student Scholarly Articles
EXTERNAL JOURNAL STUDENT PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Larissa Womack, The Corporate Tax Break Competition: Understanding Corporate Interests at Stake and the Related Effects on the States, the Online Mississippi Business Law Reporter (2015).
Chelsea Chicosky, Restructuring the Modern Education System in the United States: A Look at the Value of Compulsory Education Laws, 2015 BYU Education and Law Journal 1 (2015).
Ahmad R. Smith, Saving Jamal to Save America: Presidential Authority to Decriminalize the Future Male Majority, 49 Gonzaga Law Review 83 (2014).
Jou-Chi Ho, The Call for, and Role of, Asian Lawyers in the Deep South, 12 Seattle Journal for Social Justice 843 (2014).
Rasheena Latham, Who Really Murdered Trayvon? A Critical Analysis of the Relationship Between Institutional Racism in the Criminal Justice System and Trayvon Martin's Death, 8 Southern Journal of Policy and Justice 80 (2014).
J.D. Cooley, Baby Girl’s Fate: Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl - Placing a Child’s Chosen Parental Path in the Hands of the United States Supreme Court, 8 Southern Journal of Policy and Justice 99 (2014).
Bethany Bridges presented a paper at the Southeast/Southwest Law Faculty of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, held February 2016, in Orlando, Florida. Bridges' paper won First Places in the national law student writing competition, sponsored by the conference. Bridges paper is titled, For Better or Worse, Doing Time Do We Part: Post-Obergefell Marriage in Prison.
Jou-Chi Ho presented at the Symposium of the crit, Critical Legal Studies Journal at the University of Idaho College of Law, April 2014. Ho's paper was titled, A Fresh Look at Plyler v. Doe: Demanding Special, Consistent, Consideration for Plyler Students, Using Immigration Law, Contract Law, Tort Law, and Criminal Law. Ho was a guest presenter to the symposium, with the University of Idaho paying his travel and accommodation expenses.
La'Toyia Slay presented a paper at the Southeast/Southwest Law Faculty of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, held February 2014, in Houston, Texas. Slay’s paper won First Place in the national law student writing conference sponsored by the conference. Her paper is titled, A Letter to My Nephew: An Overview of the Racial and Legal Impact of Major Cases and Controversies throughout America in 2013.
Rasheena Latham presented a paper at the Southern Region BLSA 2014 Convention held February 2014, in Jacksonville, Florida. Latham presented her publication, Who Really Murdered Trayvon? A Critical Analysis of the Relationship Between Institutional Racism in the Criminal Justice System and Trayvon Martin's Death.