Four Students Published In McGeorge Law Review
April 28, 2011
Four student comments appear in the latest edition (Volume 42, Issue 2) of the McGeorge Law Review. Three of the authors, Gregory Morrison, Lauren Manning and Adam Guernsey, will be May 2011 graduates. The other, Michael Hearn, already completed his degree in December.
Morrison wrote "A Nexus of Confusion: Why Agencies Responsible for Clean Water Act Enforcement Should Promulgate a New Set of Rules Governing the Act's Jurisdiction." Lauren Manning contributed "Defining Sophistication: Forecasting the Evolution of the Sophisticated User Defense in California Post-Johnson.
Guernsey, who served as chief managing editor of the law journal this year, wrote "Vehicle Leafleting: Suggestions for Municipalities Seeking to Defend Vehicular Leafleting Bans Against First Amendment Challenges." Hearn, who won last year's Stauffer Charitable Trust Award for another article he wrote for the MLR's Review of Selection 2009 California Legislation, contributed "One Person's Waste is Another Person's Liability: Closing the Liability Loophole in RCRA's Citizen Enforcement Action."