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Crim. Law Journal Summer 2019, Vol. 19, Issue 3

Message From the Chair

Welcome to the Summer Edition of the Criminal Law Journal! I hope you find a cool, shady, air-conditioned spot to sit and enjoy this issue.

We feature two fascinating and timely articles from law students who garnered Marshall M. Schulman Writing Competition Honorable Mentions for 2018-2019.

The first article, written by Brady O’Bryan of the UCLA School of Law, analyses Fourth Amendment jurisprudence as applied to DNA results yielded from commercial genealogical databases. For those of you familiar with Ancestry.com and 23andMe.com, there is much food for thought here.

The second article, written by Elica M-Zadeh of Pepperdine University’s School of Law, discusses the potential benefits of using restorative justice concepts in school environments to disrupt the "school to prison pipeline". As most of us know, restorative justice is slowly gaining traction nationwide, and this article shows how it can be used for our most vulnerable population: our children.

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