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Monetization of Memes: Who Owns Internet Culture?

Monetization of Memes: Who Owns Internet Culture?

John Travolta is confused.  He is confused in the doll aisle of a toy store, confused about an answer on the TV show Jeopardy!, and even confused and alone inside the late-night diner in Edward Hopper…
David Fowler
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Supreme Inaction: Words from the Bench and Implications of Texas's S.B. 8

Supreme Inaction: Words from the Bench and Implications of Texas’s S.B. 8

In the late hours on Wednesday, September 1, the Supreme Court of the United States denied an emergency request by abortion and women’s health providers for an injunction barring enforcement of Texas’…
August Mustillo
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Elsewhere: The Reader’s Mindset When Moving Through the Six Stages of a Book Hangover to Recover Ever-Elusive Remedies.

Elsewhere: The Reader’s Mindset When Moving Through the Six Stages of a Book Hangover to R…

I give to thee my heart in exchange for this tale of Elsewhere, but pray, you do not break it.
Laura Della Badia
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The Campbell Law Veterans Pro Bono Project: Discharge Upgrades

The Campbell Law Veterans Pro Bono Project: Discharge Upgrades

For two out of my three years at Campbell Law, I had the honor to serve as one of the Managing Partners for the Student Pro Bono Council’s Veterans Project. The Project was able to transition from not…
Wyatt Bland
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The Commodification of the Human Body & the Legal Status of Body Parts

The Commodification of the Human Body & the Legal Status of Body Parts

The common law says very little about our rights to dispose of or profit from our bodies. If body parts are given value, then that puts a price on human life. The failure to address this issue has le…
Collin Hardee
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