Preface by Jamie H. Wood, Annual Survey Editor, Volume 55
Justin W. Aimonetti & M. Christian Talley
Laurel E. Via, J.D. Candidate, 2021, University of Richmond School of Law
Why Calls For Shifting to Brandeisian Economic Theory Are Flawed: An Evaluation of the United States’ and European Union’s Approach to Vertical Mergers
John A. Fortin
Emily Lopynski, J.D., 2020, University of Richmond School of Law
Caroline Perrin, J.D., 2020, University of Richmond School of Law
by Ave Grosenheider, J.D. Candidate, 2021, University of Richmond School of Law In 2003, Elizabeth Holmes founded Theranos with the aim of supplanting the current hospital blood testing diagnostic and monitoring system in favor of rapid testing that one day would be...
Gabrielle Brill, J.D. Candidate, 2022, University of Richmond School of Law
Virginia’s Physician-Only Law for First Trimester Abortion: Maintaining the Unduly Burdensome Law Under Falls Church Medical Center, LLC v. Oliver and its Subsequent Amendment
Read Full Article (PDF) Introduction Virginia’s physician-only law was a narrow exemption from Virginia's general criminal ban on abortion. The general criminal ban on abortion prohibits “any person” from “produc[ing] [an] abortion or miscarriage,” and...
Read Full Article (PDF) Introduction The power of state trial courts is tremendous. Charged with resolving 95% of the nation’s legal cases, state trial judges decide “the law” for thousands of litigants and criminal defendants every year, not to mention...
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