The Concordia Law Review is a student-operated journal dedicated to publishing issues of high-quality, general legal scholarship. The Concordia Law Review invites the submission of unsolicited manuscripts regarding current legal issues of both local, national, and international import from professors, judges, and practitioners, as well as from students attending the Concordia University School of Law. The Concordia Law Review published its inaugural issue in the spring of 2016. This issue contains articles by distinguished contributors, including Vice President and Founding Dean Cathy R. Silak, the first woman appointed to an appellate court in Idaho’s history.
Read the Inaugural Issue, 2016, Vol. 1, No. 1
- Richard L. Skalstad, Transformative Mediation Twenty Years Later: An Invitation to Discuss Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Legal Ethics, 1 Concordia L. Rev. 1 (2016).
- John S. Ehrett, Opportunism as Crucible: Rethinking Equity in View of Reliance Interests and Legal Evolution, 1 Concordia L. Rev. 63 (2016).
- Cathy R. Silak, Judicial Education for State Appellate Court Judges: A Regional Collaborative Study, 1 Concordia L. Rev. 100 (2016).
- Chad DeVeaux, The Monster Unleashed: How Hobby Lobby Threatens the Freedom of Employees to Practice Religion, 1 Concordia L. Rev. 114 (2016).
- Jon B. Evans, Post-Mortem Semen Retrieval: A Normative Prescription for Legislation in the United States, 1 Concordia L. Rev. 133 (2016).
- 2016 Journal Cover