Board of Editors announce Student Works for Spring 2010
The Board of Editors extends its congratulations to the authors of the following notes on their forthcoming publication:
Ashleigh Boe – Putting a Price on Child Porn: Requiring Defendants who Possess Child Pornography Images to pay Restitution to Pornography Victims
Stefanie Haarsager – North Dakota's Pharmacy Ownership Law: an Analysis of the Strictest Pharmacy Ownership Law in the United States
Mark Krogstad – Filling in the Gap: Addressing the Potential Impact of Adopting Legislation in North Dakota that Creates a New Identity: The Low Profit Limited Liability Company
Sara Monson – Property Exempt from Process - How House Bill No. 1039 gave North Dakota's Outdated Exemption Scheme a Facelift Through Updates and Clarification
The Board of Editors also congratulates each of the following members on the satisfactory completion of their note:
Laura Barrett – One Text Away from Tragedy: a Plea for North Dakota to Enact Legislation Prohibiting Texting while Driving in REsponse to the proposed Avoiding Life-Endangering and REckless Texting by Drivers Act
Amy Clark – Possession of Child Pornography: a Recent Attack on the 2G2.2 Sentencing Guideline, Aftereffects, and a call for Change
Abby Gratz – That'll be How Much? How the Pharmacy Benefit Manager Business Model is Pushng up the Cost of Health and How Proposed Congressional Transparency Legislation can Help Change It
Jonathan Godfread – Trigal Immunity and State Taxation of Tribally Owned State Chartered Corporations: Clearing the Ambiguity with a charter-centric Approach
Paul Gunderson – Capitalizing on Carbon: North Dakota's Approach to Carbon Dioxide Capture and Sequestration
James Hoy – With the Advancement of Cell Phone Technology, the Plain View Exception to the Warrant Requirement may make Serches and Seizures in North Dakota a bit more "Touchy"
Justin Hughes – When “No” is not an Option: a Look at North Dakota's Mantatory Chemical Testing Statute and its iMpact on the State's Goals of Information Gathering and Deterring Drunk Driving
Dennis Ingold – The Best Defense is a Good Offense: Analysis of, and Proposed Amendments to, North Dakota's Human Trafficking Law
Joseph Mandala – An African Under International Law: a Comparative Appraisal of the International Criminal Court's Application of Universal Jurisdiction
Brianna McAleer – Forcing Sophisticaiton on Non-profits: Why Requiring Greater Transparency in the Non-profit Industry may be Undesirable for Unsophisticated Nonprofits, but is Advantageous for Donors, Beneficiaries, and PUblic Policy
Kurt Porter – Resolving the Debate: the Admissibility of Expert Testimony Regarding Eyewitness Identification under Federal Rules of Evidence 402 and 702
Justin Roesler – The Public Safety Exception to Miranda: The Need for a Flexible standard
Lindsey Scheel – Sexting Sweeps the States: Teens and Technology Present problems for Law Enforcement
Charlotte Skar – The Function and IMpact of North Dakota's Statute Relating to Justified Use of Deady Force Against Intruders: Big Changes in Selfe-defense Law or an Unnecessary Statute?
Benjamin Williams – Filling the Void: North Dakota Begins to Address the Disparity in Bargaining Power Between Wind Energy Developers and Landowners
Sarah Wilson – Independent v. Collective Right Debate: Should the Sureme Court Incorporate the Second Amendment against the States after District of Columbia v. Heller?