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NOTRE DAME LAW REVIEW NEWSLETTER 2016
*SAVE THE DATE: 2016 LAW REVIEW ALUMNI OPEN HOUSE*
Join us Saturday, September 10th, 2016 from 11 am – 1 pm prior to the Nevada football game for the fifth annual Notre Dame Law Review Alumni Open House.  Invitation to follow.

The 2015 Law Review Alumni Open House was a wonderful success.  Thank you to all of those who were able to attend for making it such a wonderful event.  We are looking forward to seeing even more of you next year!
A Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

Volume 92 has a tremendous team, as well as a strong example in the Volume 91 staff, and we have a great deal to look forward to next year.  Our articles editors have lined up an extraordinary group of contributors—including Steven Schwarcz, Rebecca Tushnet, and Mark Lemley—and a top-flight slate of timely and unique pieces.  I am particularly excited for the Federal Courts issue, which is devoted to the late Justice Scalia’s legacy and contribution.  The issue will feature both personal tributes and scholarly pieces by a number of the Justice’s most prominent former clerks, and will include some of Notre Dame Law School’s own.  Finally, we are looking forward to continuing to develop the Online Supplement as a streamlined forum for thoughtful commentary on breaking developments in the law, and we especially hope for contributions from our alumni. 
            Go Irish!
            Audrey A. Beck
            Editor-in-Chief, Volume 92

Outgoing Volume 91 EIC Paul Beach and Incoming Volume 92 EIC Audrey Beck. 
THE 3LS' NEXT STOP
ALABAMA
Mary Mangan, Office of the Attorney General

CALIFORNIA
Michael Minahan, Downey Brand 

COLORADO
Rachel Lynn, Snell & Wilmer

DELAWARE
Steven Melzer, Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Steven Begakis, Hon. Margaret A. Ryan, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
Michael Stork, Jones Day
Laura Wolk, Hon. Janice Rogers Brown, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia

FLORIDA
Jessica Bretl, Hon. Charles R. Wilson, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit
Micheal LeFevour, Hon. Charles R. Wilson, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit
 
ILLINOIS
Andrew Csoros, Jenner & Block
Matthew Enzweiler, Baker & McKenzie
Sarah Schiferl, Schiff Hardin LLP

MICHIGAN
Ian Cosgrove, Honigman Miller Schwartz & Cohn
 
 
NEVADA
Phil Mannelly, McDonald Carano Wilson

NEW YORK
John Brennan, Willkie, Farr & Gallagher
Laura Logsdon, White & Case
Megan McKeown, Kirkland & Ellis, LLP
Dean M. Nickles, Hon. Richard Wesley, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Jeffrey H. Smith, Davis Polk & Wardwell
Pete Torstensen, Arnold & Porter


NORTH CAROLINA
Eric Hageman, Hon. Thomas Schroeder, Middle District of North Carolina 

OHIO
Rachel Krajewski, Baker Hostetler 

PENNSYLVANIA
Anthony Bilan, Pittsburgh 
Paul Beach, Hon. Gerald J. Pappert, Eastern District of Pennsylvania

TEXAS
Nico Caluda, Hon. Marina Garcia Marmolejo, Southern District of Texas
Madeleine Neet, Latham & Watkins

THE 2LS' SUMMER HOMES

CALIFORNIA
Maggie Adema, Jones Day
Liam Gallagher, Proskauer Rose LLP
Kyle Maury, Jones Day
Jeffrey Schmidt, Morrison & Foerster, LLP

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Audrey A. Beck, Jones Day
Conor Maloney, Jones Day
Chrissy Milanese, Kirkland & Ellis LLP

FLORIDA
Sam Ballingrud, Carlton Fields
 
ILLINOIS
Lexi Baltes, Jones Day
Tim Farina, McDermott, Will & Emery
Henry Lifton, Ropes & Gray
Joseph Patterson, Sidley Austin
Seth Yarkony, Sidley Austin

INDIANA
Matthew Ciulla, Barnes and Thornburg
Jimmy Eckhart, Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary
 
MICHIGAN
Anthony P. Acciaioli, Honigman Miller Schwartz & Cohn

NEW YORK 
Kyle Adams, Latham & Watkins
Brittany Ehardt, Latham & Watkins
Katherine Garland, Brewer Attorneys & Counselors
Chris George, Cravath, Swaine & Moore
 
OHIO
Seth M. Bostrom, Jones Day
Marissa Wahl, Taft, Stettinius & Hollister
 
PENNSYLVANIA
Michael Gallagher, Jones Day
Hans Kessler, K & L Gates
Sean Brady, K & L Gates

TEXAS
Jennifer Ybarra, Baker Botts
 

AFTER VOL. 91 SUCCESS, NOTRE DAME LAW REVIEW LOOKS FORWARD TO VOL. 92 SYMPOSIUM 

Volume 91's Symposium, entitled Religious Liberty and the Free Society: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Dignitatis Humanae, was held in the Law School courtroom on November 5 and 6, 2015.  The Law Review invited over a dozen scholars to discuss religious freedom, focusing specifically on the Second Vatican Council's declaration on religious freedom, Dignitatis Humanae.  On Thursday evening, the symposium began with an address delivered by Bishop Daniel Flores of the Diocese of Brownsville.  On Friday, three panels of professors, including the Law School's own Professor Rick Garnett, presented their proposed papers and participated in question-and-answer sessions.  The panels were moderated by Judge Richard Sullivan of the Southern District of New York.  Finally, John Garvey, former Notre Dame Law School professor and current President of The Catholic University of America, delivered the symposium's keynote address.  The symposium was well-attended and included some fascinating discussion, and we look forward to publishing the panelists' articles, along with President Garvey's address, in Volume 91, Issue 4.

The Volume 92 Symposium will take place at the Law School November 11 and 12, 2016. It will examine the increasing prevalence of overlapping intellectual property rights.  Panels of leading academics and distinguished practitioners will address, among other issues, how the domains of various forms of intellectual property are defined, how claiming identifies the boundaries of particular inventions or works and impacts the extent of overlap, the relationship between administrative procedures and civil litigation, and the role of territoriality in protection and enforcement.
The Notre Dame Law Review Online, launched in December 2014, continues to accept submissions of Practitioner Comments.  The publication of Practitioner Comments in the Notre Dame Law Review Online is a key way that the Law Review is expanding its contribution to the legal community.  A Practitioner Comment showcases a practicing lawyer's legal analysis of a concrete legal question in a short format (typically 3,000 words in length, inclusive of footnotes).  

We encourage alumni of the Law Review to share their expertise by submitting a Practitioner Comment for publication.  We welcome your submissions at lronline@nd.edu, and we will review submissions in August, October, and December.
UPCOMING LAW REVIEW EVENTS
Be on the lookout for an invitation to a Notre Dame Law Review Happy Hours in Chicago and D.C. this summer! 
 
Law Review Alumni Open House (September 10th, 2016 from 11 am - 1 pm prior to the Nevada football game).

WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU

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Questions, comments, suggestions?  Contact Chris George at cgeorge2@nd.edu or Conor Maloney at Conor.G.Maloney.63@nd.edu.  


 
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