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MOVIE REVIEW: Anatomy of a Murder: Well Worth Your Time

By: Charles Knapp, 1L Staff Writer  Anatomy of a Murder is the blueprint for the modern legal drama. Based on a novel written by a Michigan Supreme Court justice, The

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RESTAURANT REVIEW: Rocca: Good Food, High Price

By: Charles Knapp, 1L Staff Writer Rocca, in the Robert E. Lee Hotel, opened last September, hoping to carve out a place on Main Street across from the Southern Inn


COLUMN: Over the Bridge

By: Alex Eichenbaum, 2L Staff Writer In 2013, the University of Virginia voted to fundamentally change its honor code and allow for “informed retractions”—or rather, guilty pleas. Instead of a

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BOOK REVIEW: Reading Law: 567 Pages of Sexy Scalia Scholarship

By: Kevin Rickert, 1L Staff Writer Is the spring semester heating up? Are you beginning to feel like you are battling some kind of law school hydra, in that every time

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Yoga Studio Offers New Wellness Option

By: Chi Ewusi, 1L Contributing Writer                                                


10 Things You Didn’t Know About Professor Fairfield

By: Christina Rossi , 2L Marketing Editor Professor Joshua Fairfield is known as one of the most animated professors in the law school. Most of his work is in digital

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One Semester Down: Lessons Learned as a 1L

By: Charles Knapp, 1L Staff Writer  1. Just because an event is called a “Cocktail” doesn’t mean you should expect actual cocktails. 2. There is no such thing as a


COLUMN: From the Desk of the JECE Editor in Chief

By: Daniel Strong, 3L JECE Editor in Chief