UC Davis Law Review: Student Authors in Volume 51
Posted By Kevin R. Johnson, May 8, 2017
I just received this great message from Molly Niffenegger ’18, incoming Editor in Chief of the UC Davis Law Review. Congratulations to the student authors!
Dear King Hall Faculty and Staff,
I am pleased to announce the five student notes that we will publish in Volume 51 of the UC Davis Law Review. Please join me in congratulating the following Editors on the publication of their works:
- “A Proposal for Proper Procedure: The Aid-in-Dying Process for Californians with Disabilities” by Michael Benassini
- “Effectuating the Benefits of the Twombly Plausibility Standard in Patent Infringement Cases: Application of Rule 9 Post-Abrogation of Rule 84” by Elizabeth Chang
- “Privacy and Criminal Certainty: A New Approach to the Application of the Private Search Doctrine to Electronic Storage Devices” by Joseph Little
- “Surrogacy in California: Replacing California Family Code Section 7962 with a Two-Part Hybrid Best Interests Test” by Matthew Demopoulos
- “The Forced Choice of Dignified Disposal: Government Mandate of Interment or Cremation of Fetal Remains” by Elizabeth Kimball Key
We greatly appreciate the help and guidance of the King Hall Faculty and Staff throughout the note writing process. Thank you all for your support of the publication of these pieces in our journal.