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Trump Picks 10th Cir. Gorsuch for SCOTUS

By: Haley Goode, 1L Contributing Writer On February 1, 2017, President Trump nominated 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, filling the late Antonin Scalia’s

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Students Respond to Dylann Roof Trial

By: Lizzie Jenkins, 2L Staff Writer The federal criminal trial of Dylann Roof fascinated me. I followed the trial closely and jumped at the chance to write this article because

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Trump Chooses Cabinet

By: Dory Ille, 1L Staff Writer Donald Trump has been the first president since 1968 to announce cabinet picks within the first 2 weeks of an election. His transition team

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VAWA Cuts Will be Dire

By: Jesse Stephens, 1L Junior Editor The question “Why do you want to go to law school?” is one that law students are used to hearing. It was on the

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United States Stumbles into Isolationist Policy

By: Nash Bowen, 1L Contributing Writer Along with the New Year came a new President and a handful of executive orders, nineteen to be exact. One of the most controversial

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Trump’s Freeze Leaves Students in the Cold

By: Lauren Cassel, 1L Junior Editor President Donald Trump has issued an executive order that effectively created a 90-day hiring freeze across all executive agencies. A memorandum accompanying the order

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The Changing Law of Stolen Valor

By: Andrew Stover, 1L Contributing Writer I think we would all agree that it takes a special kind of person to dedicate his or her life to the service of

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Cops’ Cameras Are Watching You

By: Micaela Owens, 1L Junior Editor Remember when you made that solo late-night cruise to Cookout? Well, photographs of your car’s license plate could be maintained in a Fairfax County