July 6, 2014
The George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal is pleased to announce the publication of Volume 24 issue 3. Volume 24.3 features two professional articles as well as two comments written by members of CRLJ's editorial board.
May 31, 2014
The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit recently cited the student comment of former CRLJ Editor-In-Chief Megan Marinos. The comment, Breaking and Entering or Community Caretaking? A Solution to the Overbroad Expansion of the Inventory Search was cited in Sutterfield v. City of Milwaukee on May 9, 2014.
24:3 - Summer 2014
John R. Dorocak, Is the Constitution Only Libertarian and Not Socially Conservative? U.S. v. Windsor and the Unconstitutionality of DOMA's Definition of Marriage to Exclude Same-Sex Couples — Requiem for a Heavyweight, 24 Geo. Mason U. C.R. L.J. 263 (2014).
Jeremy Greenberg, Not a "Second Class" Agency: Applying Chevron Step Zero to EEOC Interpretations of the ADA and ADAAA, 24 Geo. Mason U. C.R. L.J. 297 (2014).
Kateland Jackson, The Silent Witness Rule: A Secret Safeguard to the First and Sixth Amendments, 24 Geo. Mason U. C.R. L.J. 325 (2014).
Jennifer Arner, Looking Forward by Looking Backward: United States v. Jones Predicts Fourth Amendment Property Rights Protection in E-mail, 24 Geo. Mason U. C.R. L.J. 349 (2014).