The Student Scholar Series was founded by CUA Law Professor A.G. Harmon in 2009. It was established in order to recognize notable legal scholarship produced by students during the academic year and to foster the practical skills associated with presenting and defending that scholarship in a professional conference-style setting.

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Submissions from 2017

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Child Labor on Your Televisions, Brianna Mitchell

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The Enforceability of In Terrorem Clauses, José Espejo

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Sentenced to Life in a Foreign Country: Distinguishing Between Aggravated Felon, Significant Misdemeanants, and Innocent Immigrants, Adilene Rosales

Submissions from 2016

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The Future of the Compulsory License in Copyright Law, Debbie Chu

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A La Carte Channels: Big Ideas Take Some Getting Used To, Molly O'Conor

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A Regulatory Balancing Act: Ensuring That Fracking Can Thrive in America's Future, Brendan Johns

Submissions from 2015

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The Shift from the Constitutional Right to Equality in Education to Quality Education in California, Melissa Mulrey Soares

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State Laws and the Fight against Child Sexual Exploitation on Backpage.com, Erin Callahan

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Regulation of Facial Recognition Technology: Protection for an Individual’s Privacy, Jonathan Jacobs

Submissions from 2014

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Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit and Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Programs, Zachary Navit

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The Commerce Clause and the FDA Regulation of Stem Cells, Kathryn Spates

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Regulating Pay to Play Practices, DeCarlo McLaren

Submissions from 2013

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Prosecutorial Indiscretion, Amy Kokot

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Subjected to Torture, Elyssa Lacson

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Enhancing Disclosure and Corporate Responsibility Following Citizens United, Roger Abbott

Submissions from 2012

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Resolving the Split: Independent Contractors and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Tara Beech

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A New Standard for Reliance in Inefficient Primary Markets, Emily Rubino

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Frozen in Time, Kelsey Darnell

Submissions from 2011

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The Continuing Pursuit of a General Public Performance Right in Sound Recordings, Jay All

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Enough is Enough: India’s Fight Against Seizures of Lawful Generic Medicine, Melissa Nonaka

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Combating China’s Undervalued Currency: A Subsidy In Fact and In Law, Ted Bush

Submissions from 2010

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Leashing the Internet Watchdog: Legislative Restraints on Electronic Surveillance in the U.S. and U.K., John Heekin

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Ensuring the Tail Doesn’t Wag the Dog, Nantz Rickard

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Changing Executive Compensation: Widening the Lens and Focusing on Directors, Tiffany Rowe

Submissions from 2009

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United States v. Hayes: The Fourth Circuit's Interpretation of a 'Misdemeanor Crime of Domestic Violence, Shira Lazinger

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The FCC's Regulatory Mulligan: Exploring the Options in the Wake of a Failed D Block Auction, Alejandro Valencia

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Roommate Wars: Fair Housing Council of San Fernando Valley v. Roommates.com Has Signaled the Need for Change, Jessica DeSimone