The Georgetown Law Journal is pleased to announce an updated masthead for Volume 102, with the addition of new staff members selected during the 2013 Write-On Competition. These staff members will work closely with the editors for Volume 102 before assuming leadership roles themselves for Volume 103.
Symposium: Police/State: Race, Power, and Control
The Georgetown Law Journal's 2015 Symposium, "Police/State: Race, Power, and Control," took place on November 20.
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Supreme Court Cites GLJ Article in Bank Markazi v. Peterson
In the recently decided Bank Markazi v. Peterson, the Supreme Court quoted Daniel J. Meltzer’s 1998 article in The Georgetown Law Journal. See Bank Markazi v. Peterson, No. 14–770, 13, 15 n.19 (U.S. Apr. 20, 2016) (quoting Daniel J. Meltzer, Congress, Courts, and Constitutional Remedies, 86 Geo. L.J. 2537, 2538, 2549 (1998)), https://perma.cc/VH7F-QTLN.
Supreme Court Cites GLJ Article in Luis v. United States
The Georgetown Law Journal was cited in the Supreme Court’s recently released Luis v. United States opinion. Read the full decision here: http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/15pdf/14-419_nmip.pdf
Justice Department Writes Response to Kozinski’s “Criminal Law 2.0”
Andrew D. Goldsmith, Associate Deputy Attorney General, and John F. Walsh, United States Attorney for the District of Colorado, have written a letter on behalf of the Department of Justice responding to Judge Alex Kozinski’s preface to the 44th edition of the Annual Review of Criminal Procedure, “Criminal Law 2.0.”
Judge Kozinski’s Preface to 44th ARCP, “Criminal Law 2.0,” Quoted in NY Times Article
Judge Alex Kozinski’s recently published preface to the 44th edition of the Annual Review of Criminal Procedure, “Criminal Law 2.0,” was quoted earlier this week in a New York Times article on prisoners’ rights.
GLJ Vol. 102 Article Cited by Sotomayor in Glossip v. Gross Dissent
Congratulations to Georgetown Law Journal author Deborah Denno (Arthur A. McGivney Professor, Fordham Law), whose Volume 102 article, “Lethal Injection Chaos Post-Baze,” was cited in Justice Sotomayor’s dissent in Glossip v. Gross.