This month, the California Western Law Review & International Law Journal launched their first-ever online articles section, consisting of student-written pieces called case notes. Each article focuses on one recent court decision and its implications.
The goal of the online case notes section is to engage law students in current legal issues while broadening the journals’ scholarship and creating opportunities for student involvement.
The first article, written by Sara Gold (3L), discusses a recent California Supreme Court decision that tests the edges of free speech on the Internet.
Visit https://www.californiawesternlawreview.org/case-notes. Any student wanting to submit a case note for consideration should contact Meagan Stevens (email@example.com) or Janna Ferraro (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. Submissions are typically 2,000-3,000 words and should adhere to the Bluebook, 20th Edition.