The Western New England Law Review, established in 1978, is published by students at Western New England University School of Law. The Board of Editors and Junior Staff consist of students who are selected based on academic performance, or on their performance in a write-on competition. Each issue of the Law Review typically consists of essays and articles, written by legal scholars and practitioners, and student “notes,” written by Law Review members during their first year on the Law Review. The Law Review gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the School of Law and the advice and assistance of its Faculty.
** Law Review Alumni Cocktail Reception **
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Law School Commons from 6pm-8pm
If you are an alumni of the Law Review and wish to attend this event please contact Lindsay D. George, Public Relations Editor at email@example.com.
Interested in Law Review? Wondering what Law Review is?
What does it take to be a member of WNE Law Review?
Ask candid questions, get candid responses!
Come find out!
You will have the opportunity to ask questions and have them answered by current members of the junior and senior staff
about their experience on law review during information sessions.
An information session was held on Wednesday, November 14, 2012.
If you could not make it, don't fret.
Another information session will be held in the Spring 2013 semester.
If you would like additional information prior to that time please contact Lindsay D. George, Public Relations Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep your eyes peeled for information regarding the 2013 Write On Competition and upcoming information sessions!
* Kristen Brierley - FAMILY LAW
"Morbid Obesity: How Excess Pounds Can Tip the Scales of Justice in Favor of Removing a
Child From the Home and/or Termination of Parental Rights"
*Andrew O'Shea - CRIMINAL LAW
"An Embezzlement Intermezzo: Scheming to Side-Step Tousie v. U.S.'s Continuing Offense
*Dennis Carnelli - ADMINISTRATIVE DUE PROCESS
"Wounded Warriers and Due Process: The Cushman v. Shinseki Analogy"
*Peter Ferony - CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
"From Goblins to Graveyards: The Problem of Paternalism in Compelled Perception"
*Kathleen Tetreault - DISABILITY AND THE LAW
"Person v. Paper: Why IQ Testing is the Barricade to Self-Betterment, and How Connecticut
Can Better Serve Those In Need"