Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Admittedly, this is not Torts-related, but I am so proud of my students that I ask your indulgence this one time.
In yesterday's ruling in FCC v. Fox Television Stations, et al., Justice Thomas cited an article in the Charleston Law Review's annual Supreme Court Preview. Specifically, Justice Thomas 's concurring opinion cited Charting a New Constitutional Jurisprudence for the Digital Age by Randolph J. May.
So, consider submitting an article to the Supreme Court Preview volume! The law review welcomes articles or essays addressing a case before the Court in its October 2009 Term, or in the alternative, addressing an aspect of the Court itself such as recent voting trends, case load, an analysis of a particular Justice, or any other topic related to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court Preview is published to coincide with the opening of the October Term, and the editors will begin reviewing submissions for next year's volume beginning July 1, 2009. Work must be submitted no later than August 1, 2009, and submissions are reviewed on a rolling basis. Please direct submissions and any questions about the Supreme Court Preview to Ben Garner, Editor in Chief, via email at bgarner [at] charlestonlaw.edu or via telephone at (434) 941-9831.