Tuesday, January 30, 2007

SIU Law Students Published

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The Fall 2006 issue of the Southern Illinois University Law Journal is out, and it includes several articles by SIU law students:

Kristin Beasley, “Up-Skirt And Other Dirt: Why Cell Phone Cameras And Other Technologies Require A New Approach To Protecting Personal Privacy In Public Places;”

Matthew J. Hodge, “The Fourth Amendment And Privacy Issues On The “New” Internet: Facebook.Com And Myspace.Com;”

Erin R. Doyle, “Endangering The Great Divide: Challenges To The Establishment Clause In Van Orden V. Perry, 125 S. Ct. 2854 (2005);” and

Natalie J. Kussart, “Paid Bills V. Charged Bills: Insurance And The Collateral Source Rule Arthur V. Catour, 833 N.E.2d 847 (2005).”

Congratulations, students!

Current issues of the SIU Law Journal are available on reserve in the law library, on LexisNexis (password required), and on Westlaw (password required).

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