Archives for May 2017

MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL SUPRA: FOREWORD

PDF  ·  Arthur J. Park  ·  85 Miss. L.J. Supra 1 (2016)

CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE OF NEGLIGENCE: THE NEED FOR CLARIFICATION IN MISSISSIPPI

PDF  ·  Arthur J. Park  ·  85 Miss. L.J. Supra 3 (2016)

THE COMMUNITY CARETAKING DOCTRINE: THE NECESSARY EXPANSION OF THE NEW FOURTH AMENDMENT EXCEPTION

PDF  ·  Valerie Moss  ·  85 Miss. L.J. Supra 10 (2016)

A Bridge Over Troubled Water: The Second Amendment Guarantee For The Previously Mentally Institutionalized

PDF  ·  Nash E. Gilmore  ·  86 Miss. L.J. Supra 1 (2017)

Subsidizing Large Civil Aircraft: Airbus and Boeing’s Newest Dispute Before The World Trade Organization

PDF  ·  Andrew B. Lintner  ·  86 Miss. L.J. Supra 46 (2017)

Law Enforcement Lightning: North Dakota Police Departments and Weaponized Drones

PDF  ·  Cody D. Samples  ·  86 Miss. L.J. Supra 69 (2017)

Introducing the MLJ Blog

James B. Kelly, MLJ Editor-in-Chief[1]

 

Dear Readers:

 

As part of our efforts to provide timely coverage of legal issues and better serve the needs of practitioners, the Mississippi Law Journal is pleased to announce the addition of a new law-focused blog to our website. The goal of the MLJ Blog is to provide a forum for law students, practitioners, alumni, and faculty to author updates and analyses of important legal issues, as well as a venue for discourse and the exchange of ideas.

 

This new feature follows a series of innovations that the Journal has spearheaded in the last several years, including the Peer Review Forum,[2] the External Student Publishing Initiative,[3] and our partnership with the Federal Courts Law Review.[4] It is our hope that the blog will add practical value for our readers and a new dimension to the Journal’s tradition of excellence.

 

Thank you for your commitment to the Journal. If you would like to author a post for the MLJ Blog, or if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at editor@mississippilawjournal.org.

 


 

[1] J.D. expected May 2018.

[2] For more information on the Mississippi Law Journal’s peer review process, see Jack Wade Nowlin & Brian Clark Stuart, Foreword: The Mississippi Law Journal Peer Review Process, 84 Miss. L.J. i (2015).

[3] See Law School Student Publishing Sets New Record, Univ. of Miss. Sch. of L. (Apr. 20, 2016), https://law.olemiss.edu/law-school-student-publishing-sets-new-record.

[4] MLJ Partners with Federal Courts Law Review, Miss. L.J., http://mississippilawjournal.org/2017/02/mlj-partners-with-federal-courts-law-review (last visited May 15, 2017).

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