Colleen Brugger explores the use of force majeure clauses in relation to COVID-19. The use of these clauses was enabled by contemporary executive law-making and is analyzed through two cases based out of New York.
In this article, Hailey Martin discusses the recent district court decision in Ogletree v. Cleveland State University, holding that the Fourth Amendment protects students from unreasonable video searches of their homes before taking a remote test as well as the effects the COVID-19 pandemic has on invasion of home and privacy rights.
This excerpt introduces Baylee Kalmbach’s Student Comment, which discusses the COVID-19 pandemic's forced-telework and its inevitable impact on reasonable accommodation considerations under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Business Manager Mallory Perazzo explains how countries, including the United States and Greece, have used the COVID-19 pandemic as pretext for denying immigrants human rights at the border.