In the last few years, parents’ rights groups across the country have been calling for more input into public school curriculum. In this article, Sarah Jana analyzes the scope of parental rights in public education and argues that parents should have limited input in determining school curriculum.
Associate Member Haley Dominique explores the rise of the “Kidfluencer” and how states must, at the very least, adopt laws that financially protect them due to the exploitation and privacy violations inflicted on them by their parents or guardians.
Notes and Comments Chair Margaret Tierney explores a recent rise in pay transparency laws, which "allow employees to discuss their compensation with others and inquire into the compensation and benefits of other employees without fear of retaliation or discrimination by the employer."
Executive Editor Lisa Rosenof discusses void and voidable marriages under Ohio law, arguing that Ohio's current approach in voiding marriages that are "shocking to good morals" is problematic and overbroad.
Blog Editor Caleigh Harris examines the Supreme Court's recent decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. Caleigh discusses historical abortion jurisprudence, the consequences of the Dobbs decision, and Ohio's current abortion laws.