Red Wolves: The Pack Survives

By: Paxton Rizzo The Red Wolf is a individual species of wolf that used to live up and down the east coast and as far west as Texas.[1] Some have even referred to it as the all American wolf given that it is the only wolf whose habitat has only ever been within the...

Hidden in Plain Sight

By Cam Kollar In 2018, there were 6,515 reported breaches exposing approximately 5 billion records.[1] It seems like every other day the news is informing us that there has been another data breach. Because the same words are used over and over again, it makes it hard...

The Courts Start to Catch Up on Social Media

By: Jonathan Walter Political speech and social media go hand in hand. Your uncle might post his opinions on Facebook or a friend from college might tweet about the latest Supreme Court ruling. The President is constantly tweeting, and many government agencies now...

The Uncertain Legal Future of Boeing

By: Tevin Bowens Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company that leads in the manufacture of commercial airplanes.[1] With its corporate offices in Chicago,[2] Boeing is America’s biggest manufacturing exporter.[3] Originally called Pacific Aero Products Company,...

Is the Touch Bar Barred on Bar Exams?

By: Darden Copeland Are you thinking about purchasing a new Apple MacBook Pro with the newest Touch Bar technology? Are you in law school?  If you answered yes to both of these questions, you might want to think again about which of Apple’s machines you want to...
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