Congratulations to the following students for their publication acceptances to the Charleston Law Review Student Works Edition:
- Josh Crowfoot, “Seller Beware!”: Making Necessary Revisions to the South Carolina Seller Disclosure Statement and South Carolina Residential Property Condition Disclosure Act
- Catherine Dunn, Protecting the Silent Third Party: The Need for Legislative Reform with Respect to Informed Consent and Research on Human Biological Materials
- Marion Michelle Jones, It is not Apples vs. Oranges, but Red Delicious vs. Granny Smith: Using Daubert-like Principles to Determine if Other Similar Incidents are Substantially Similar According to the Four-Part Test Adopted in Watson v. Ford Motor Company for Design Defect Cases
- Kevin Pratt, “Make It Stop!” – Twombly and Iqbal Opening the Floodgates to Fraudulent Joinder Claims
- Amy Raffaldt, An End to the Crack Down
- Daniel Strickland, The Public Debt Clause Debate: Who Controls This Lost Section of the Fourteenth Amendment?
- Cassie Weathersbee, Are Cell Phones Still Analogous to Containers?: The Search Incident to Lawful Arrest Warrant Exception and the Cautionary Tale From Gant.