June 4, 2013
Five May graduates had their comments published in the latest edition, Volume 44, Issue 2, of the McGeorge Law Review.
Russell Cooper wrote "A Smarter Rule for Smarter Phones: Why SILA Does Not Protect Our Smartphones and Why the California Legislature Should." Allison Cross, the editor-in-chief of the volume, authored "Slipping Through the Cracks: The Dual Victimization of Human-Trafficking Survivors."
Andrew Ducart wrote "Go Directly to Jail: How Misaligned Subsidies Undermine California's Prisoner Realignment Goals and What Is Possible to Maximize the Law's Potential." Maryn Oyoung contributed "Until Men Bear Children, Women Must Not Bear the Costs of Reproductive Capacity: Accommodating Pregnancy in the Workplace to Achieve Equal Employment Opportunities."
Steven Fazzi was the author of "A Primer on the 2011 Correction Realignment: Why California Placed Felons under County Control." His article, which discusses the dual causes of the realignment as well as the legislation's projected consequences, is available on the Social Science Research Network.