Loyola University Chicago Law Journal
The Loyola University Chicago Law Journal is the law school's primary scholarly publication that is distributed throughout the nation's law libraries, judges' chambers, and other various legal organizations. Published continuously since 1970, the Law Journal is committed both to the examination and analysis of current legal issues and problems and to the development of the law. The Law Journal is edited and managed entirely by students and publishes the work of distinguished writers, including academics, practitioners, and judges. The Law Journal also publishes student-written Notes and Comments.
The Law Journal will publish five issues during the 2012-2013 year that will comprise Volume 44. The first issue will cover general legal topics. The second issue will contain articles from the April 2012 Law Journal Conference titled "The Future of Class Actions and Its Alternatives," as well as general legal topics. Next, Issue 3 will contain articles from the September 2012 Northwestern School of Law and Loyola University Chicago School of Law Labor and Employment Law Colloquium, as well as general legal articles. Issue 4 will contain articles addressing timely aspects of Illinois law. Finally, Issue 5 will present articles and speeches from the Loyola University Chicago Institute for Investor Protection’s October 2012 conference on Behavioral Economics and Investor Protection which featured keynote speaker, Nobel Prize-winning Economist Daniel Kahneman.
The Law Journal is pleased to make available articles from Volume 44. All citations are to 44 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. ___.
VOLUME 44 - ISSUE 2 - Winter 2012
- Is the Class Half-Empty or Half-Full?
by Kenneth R. Feinberg
- Class Actions and State Authority
by Samuel Issacharoff
- Legal Process in a Box, or What Class Action Waivers Teach Us about Law-making
by Rhonda Wasserman
- Class Actions along the Path of Federal Rule Making
by Vaughn R. Walker
- Hijacked by Statistics, Rescued by Wal-Mart v. Dukes: Probing Commonality and Due Process Concerns in Modern Class Action Litigation
by Saby Ghoshray
- Advance Consent to Aggregate Settlements: Reflections on Attorneys' Fiduciary Obligations and Professional Responsibility Duties
by Carol A. Needham
- Reflections on the Future of Class Actions
by Robert H. Klonoff
- Due Process and the Future of Class Actions
by Alexandra D. Lahav
- Complex Litigation in New Jersey and Federal Courts: An Overview of the Current State of Affairs and a Glimpse of What Lies Ahead
by Hon. Brian R. Martinotti, J.S.C.
- Who Will Regulate Class Action Lawers?
by Nancy J. Moore
Volume 44 - Issue 3 - Spring 2013
Northwestern School of Law and Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Labor and Employment Law Colloquium Articles
- Regretting Roth? Why and How the Supreme Court Could Deprive Tenured Public Teachers of Due Process Rights in Employment
Karl D. Camillucci
- The Law is a Fractal: The Attempt to Anticipate Everything
Andrew Morrison Stumpff
- Could the American Psychiatric Association Cause You Headaches? The Dangerous Interaction between the DSM-5 and Employment Law
Douglas A. Hass
- Diverging Doctrine, Converging Outcomes: Evaluating Age Discrimination Law in the United Kingdom and the United States
Susan Bisom-Rapp and Malcolm Sargeant
- Over the Borderline—A Review of Margaret Price’s Mad at School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life
Gregory M. Duhl
- Am I My Brother’s Keeper? A Tax Law Perspective on the Challenge of Balancing Gatekeeping Obligations and Zealous Advocacy in the Legal Profession
- The Individual Mandate’s Due Process Legality: A Kantian Explanation, and Why It Matters
Peter Brandon Bayer
Reflections on the NLRB’s Labor Law Jurisprudence after Wilma Liebman
David L. Gregory, Ian Hayes, and Amanda Jaret
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