Podcast Episode 1: Immigration Law, Coronavirus & the Trump Administration with Jacob Tingen

How COVID-19 and recent policies have impacted immigration law Jacob Tingen is an immigration attorney in Richmond and host of the Nation of Immigrants podcast. He also teaches an immigration rights...

The Political Process of Preemption

Paul A. Diller, The Political Process of Preemption, 54 U. Rich. L. Rev. 343 (2020). Click here to download PDF Paul A. Diller * Introduction Preemption, particularly of the state-city variety, has...

Ethical Blind Spots in Adoption Lawyering

Malinda L. Seymore, Ethical Blind Spots in Adoption Lawyering, 54 U. Rich. L. Rev. 527 (2020). Click here to download PDF. Malinda L. Seymore,* Introduction When Sherrie Smith approached her lawyer,...

Pills, Public Nuisance, and Parens Patriae: Questioning the Propriety of the Posture of the Opioid Litigation

Michelle L. Richards, Pills, Public Nuisance, and Parens Patriae: Questioning the Propriety of the Posture of the Opioid Litigation, 54 U. Rich. L. Rev. 405 (2020). Click here to download PDF....

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The Political Process of Preemption

The Political Process of Preemption

Paul A. Diller, The Political Process of Preemption, 54 U. Rich. L. Rev. 343 (2020). Click here to download PDF Paul A. Diller * Introduction Preemption, particularly of the state-city variety, has become a hot topic. State legislatures in many states over the last...

Ethical Blind Spots in Adoption Lawyering

Ethical Blind Spots in Adoption Lawyering

Malinda L. Seymore, Ethical Blind Spots in Adoption Lawyering, 54 U. Rich. L. Rev. 527 (2020). Click here to download PDF. Malinda L. Seymore,* Introduction When Sherrie Smith approached her lawyer, Robert Stubblefield, desiring to place her then-unborn child for...

The Corporate Chameleon

The Corporate Chameleon

Megan Wishchmeier Shaner, The Corporate Chameleon, 54 U. Rich. L. Rev. 527 (2020). Click here to download PDF. Megan Wishchmeier Shaner* Introduction Since the adoption of the first American general incorporation statutes in the late nineteenth century, corporate law...

Excessive Force: A Feasible Proximate Cause Approach

Excessive Force: A Feasible Proximate Cause Approach

Latasha M. James, Comment, Excessive Force: A Feasible Proximate Cause Approach, 54 U. Rich. L. Rev. 605 (2020). Click here to download PDF. “You shot me.” “I don’t have a gun. STOP!” “I can’t breathe.” “Officers why do you have your guns out?”[1] Introduction These...

Preface

Preface

The University of Richmond Law Review is proud to present the thirty-fourth issue of the Annual Survey of Virginia Law. Since 1985, the Annual Survey has striven to provide a comprehensive resource detailing recent legislative, judicial, and administrative changes in...

In Memoriam Michael Morchower

John W. Luxton, In Memoriam Michael Morchower, 54 U. Rich. L. Rev. 1 (2019). Click here to download PDF. In Memoriam Michael Morchower John W. Luxton * October of 1974 brought an offer of employment to work for Michael Morchower as his first legal associate. We met in...

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