Articles by August Mustillo
About August Mustillo (5 Articles)
August Mustillo is a graduate of the Campbell University School of Law and formerly served as Editor-in-Chief for the Campbell Law Observer. August is from Denver, Colorado, and earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona, majoring in Law with minors in Business and Classics. His interests include intellectual property law, cultural property law, and he hopes to one day compete on Jeopardy!
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’s Senate Bill 8. S.B. 8 is a restrictive law that bans most abortions after as early as six ...[Continue Reading]
"Now what the heck's an NFT? Apparently cryptocurrency, everyone's making so much money, can you please explain what's an NFT?" - Pete Davidson of Saturday Night Live ...[Continue Reading]
The Supreme Court of the United States as an institution is often praised for its transparency and articulate reasoning that serves as a lodestar for judges, scholars, and law students. When opinions are handed down, they are closely studied for legal arguments that eventually make their way back ...[Continue Reading]
The permanent protection of Nina Simone’s childhood home is welcome news in what has been a long year. Thanks to groups like Preservation NC and the visionary artists that saw the need for the preservation of the icon’s home, Nina Simone’s legacy and her humble beginnings will be memorialized forever. ...[Continue Reading]
Surrounding the word “contract” is an air of importance and gravity. Indeed, one does not need a lawyer to understand that contracts carry serious legal weight, and accordingly, potentially severe consequences for their breach. However, contrary to popular belief, these solemn covenants ...[Continue Reading]