Posted on May 1, 2023
Dual-Purposes and Dueling Perspectives
Comments Editor Caitlin Albaugh argues courts should analyze dual-purpose communications under Model Rule of Professional Conduct 1.6 using the D.C. Circuit’s “significant purpose test.”
Posted on April 24, 2023
A Bad Idea: Mootness and IEPs
Articles Editor Erin Levy discusses the mootness doctrine and individualized education plans, arguing the “strict approach” adopted by most courts undermines the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act’s purpose.
Posted on April 17, 2023
199A Deductions for Laboratory Facilities: Defining the Field of Health Using Section 448’s Function Test
Articles Editor Lauren Page argues Section 448 can be used to define “field of health” under Section 199A and as such, ancillary services are not Specified Service Trade or Businesses under 199A.
Posted on March 30, 2023
The Ivy League’s Ban on Athletic Scholarships: An Honest Run at “Education Through Athletics” or An Illegal Price-Fixing Agreement?
Comments Editor Jessica Kinnamon argues the Brown University basketball players’ class action lawsuit against the Ivy League has merit, in light of the Supreme Court’s recent decision in NCAA v. Alston.
Posted on December 5, 2022
Puff, Puff, Passing Marijuana Reform
Comments Editor Alex Speakar discusses how President Biden’s Marijuana Reform Plan contributes to the uncertain legal marijuana landscape in Kansas.
Posted on September 19, 2022
Settling the USWNT v. USSF “Equal Pay for Equal Play” Dispute: How Class Action Certification Engenders Settlement and Why Weak or Goal-oriented Certification Analysis Deserves a Red Card
Comments Editor Jessica Kinnamon discusses class certification as it relates to the United States Women’s National Team’s recent class actional against the United States Soccer Federation for discriminatory pay and working conditions.
Posted on August 30, 2022
Roe, Roe, Roe, Your Vote: Biden’s Executive Order Protecting Access to Reproductive Healthcare Services and State Impact
Comments Editor Alex Speakar discusses how President Biden’s Executive Order “Protecting Access to Reproductive Healthcare Services” encourages agencies to comply with federal regulations regarding health and privacy services.
Updated on April 3, 2022
The Least Democratic Option: How Kansas Fills Vacant Supreme Court Seats￼
Kansas is unique and special in many ways. One such way that many Kansans are unaware of is that Kansas is the only state in country that gives members of its bar majority control to select justices on …
Updated on February 28, 2022
Redlining: The Race-Based Exclusion of Services and the DOJ’s Initiative to Combat It￼
On October 22, 2021, the U.S. Department of Justice announced the launch of its “Combatting Redlining Initiative.” The initiative’s enforcement efforts against redlining are being led by the DOJ’s Housing and Civil Enforcement Section in collaboration with U.S. …
Updated on January 24, 2022
A Vicious Cycle: Juvenile Fines and Fees in Kansas
Interacting with the legal system can be financially ruinous for many young people and their families. There are fines and fees in the juvenile justice system associated with confinement, supervision, counsel, court costs, drug and alcohol testing, offenses, …