Jacob Metzger discusses how permitting cameras in the courtroom can impede justice, increase the miseducation of the public, and dishonors the institution of the courts.
In a wide-encompassing article, Associate Member Jacob Metzger discusses the rapid expansion of artificial intelligence in copyright law, the unauthorized practice of law, personal autonomy, and legal access.
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.
Author: Maxel Moreland, Associate Member, University of Cincinnati Law Review On December 2, 2015, two shooters opened fire and killed fourteen members of the San Bernardino, California community. Within hours, the police had shot and killed the couple who carried out the horrendous mass shooting. Once the threat had been eliminated, law enforcement and the... Continue Reading →