Activities & Scholarship
Three articles written by students in Steph Tai's Contracts II class have been accepted for publication: Benjamin Eastman's "Amtrak and Freight Railroads: How Property Rights and Statuatory Mandates Control the Contractual Agreements Between Parties" in the Journal of Transportation Law, Logistics and Policy; Nicholas Enger's "Offers You Cannot Refuse: Post Hire Noncompete Agreement Insertions and Procedural Unconscionability Doctrine" in the Wisconsin Law Review; and Kris Turner's "Creating Contracts in a Vacuum: Space Mining and the Creation of Future Contract Law" in Natural Resources Journal.
Juan José Fonseca Angel and Nancy Cruz, students in the Immigrant Justice Clinic, along with IJC Director Erin Barbato described their experiences providing pro bono legal services at an immigrant detention center in Texas last summer. Hosted by Paul Tadross, the discussion marked the debut of a new podcast on politics and legal issues, The Advocate's Society. It was recorded in front of an audience at the Law School.