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Consider submitting to a writing competition.

There are over 100 writing contests for law students. The Law Library maintains a list on the intranet.* The contests cover a wide range of topics from ediscovery, to disability, to gerrymandering. For example:

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Volume 67 Issue 1 of the Law Review Available on the Law School's Repository

The full text of latest issue of The Case Western Reserve Law Review is available on the law school's repository. Volume 67 Issue 1 includes tributes to Professor Ken Margolis, as well as articles about trademarks, immigration, privacy:
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The full text of latest issue of The Case Western Reserve Law Review is available on the law school's repository. Volume 67 Issue 1 includes tributes to Professor Ken Margolis, as well as articles about trademarks, immigration, privacy:    
  • 21 February 2017
  • Author: Lisa Peters
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  • 6 February 2017
  • Author: Andy Dorchak
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In September, 2016 I wrote a blog post about the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC. The Museum's director, Lonnie Bunch and, deputy director, Kinshasha Holman Conwill discussed the Grand Opening preparations in a Washington Post article entitled Painful but Crucial:  Why You'll see Emmett Till's Casket at the African American Museum, by Krissah Thompson (8/18/16). One of the most sacred items in the collection of over 3,000 objects in the inaugural exhibition, according to Ms. Conwill, was the exhumed casket of Emmett Louis Till (July 25, 1941-August 28, 1955), who was 14 years old when he was lynched in Mississippi.


    
Consider submitting to a writing competition.

There are over 100 writing contests for law students. The Law Library maintains a list on the intranet.* The contests cover a wide range of topics from ediscovery, to disability, to gerrymandering. For example:

    
  • 30 January 2017
  • Author: Lisa Peters
  • Number of views: 90
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Doctor-patient confidentiality is as well-known an axiom as attorney-client privilege. Journalists honored the medical privacy of FDR and JFK. Since 1972, when George McGovern's vice presidential candidate left the race after it was reported that he had been hospitalized for depression, the media has reported on the health of major presidential candidates. (NEJM, 2008).    
  • 28 September 2016
  • Author: Andy Dorchak
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