Kentucky Law Journal is proud to present the Volume 105 Editorial Board after an intense week of interviews and careful deliberation. With such strong candidates in all positions, we are confident that this next Board that will make the law school and the KLJ proud.
Note | KLJ Online Committee Editor Chris Stewart examines the upward spiral of campaign spending and discusses solutions to maintain the democratic integrity of our elections.
Note | KLJ Online Content Editor Joseph Sherman looks at various avenues, judicial and legislative, by which physician assisted death has attempted to gain ground, and what obstacles stand in the way.
Note | KLJ Managing Articles Editor Dylan Merrill discusses the regulation gap in the ride-sharing industry and how legislators should close the gap to ensure public safety while supporting an innovative new industry.
Note | KLJ Online Committee Editor Chelsea Hayes discusses the shortcomings of Kentucky law in protecting patients from violations of privacy, and what the state should do about it
Staff Editor Mary Tanner investigates the passage of recent Kentucky legislation seeking to regulate abortion rights in the Commonwealth.
Staff Editor Megan Niespodziany discusses conflict between the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Bankruptcy Code.
KLJ Production Editor Elaine Naughton discusses geographic restrictions on ticket sales in professional sports.
Catherine Coldiron, KLJ Staff Editor, discusses proposed legislation to legalize medical and recreational marijuana in Kentucky, and the probable consequences of such measures.
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