The following students’ Notes have been selected for publication in Volume 94 of the Chicago-Kent Law Review! The quality of submissions this year made the selection process challenging—these five rose above the rest in spectacular fashion. Congratulations to the below members for their outstanding accomplishment!
“Good Reason” Laws under the Gun: Why May-Issue States Unconstitutionally Impose upon the Right to Bear Arms
The “Art” of Future Life: Rethinking Personal Injury Law for the Negligent Deprivation of a Patient’s Right to Procreation in the Age of Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Consequences for Patent Owners If a Patent Is Unconstitutionally Invalidated by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board
Clarifying the Scope of the Self-Incrimination Clause: Vogt v. City of Hays
The Biological Algorithm: An Analysis of DNA Patentability under Myriad