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Law Review Launches New Online Publication

In May 2018, the Florida State University Law Review launched a new online publication, the Florida State University Law Review Online. The new digital publication features timely short essays, response pieces and case notes.

The first issue is dedicated to the friends and family of FSU Law, featuring pieces written by former FSU Law Review members Timothy Asta (’17), Melanie Kalmanson (’16) and the Honorable John G. Van Laningham (’88).

Another component of the new online forum is the Florida State University Law Review Rehearing. The Rehearing is a virtual initiative that provides a unique and innovative platform for leading scholars to weigh in on important and pressing legal issues. The entire discussion is conducted remotely via teleconference, recorded and then transcribed, published and searchable via HeinOnline, Westlaw and Lexis. The audio recording and transcript are also posted in the online publication.

The inaugural Florida State University Law Review Online is available now. Moderated by FSU Law's Elizabeth C. & Clyde W. Atkinson Professor Erin Ryan, the first Rehearing addressed issues in a case before the Ninth Circuit, Juliana v. United States, and its transcript will be available later this summer.

The publication's creation was managed by Editor-in-Chief Danny Buchholz (’18), Sam Walenz ('18), Elisa Walker ('17) and Jazz Tomassetti ('17).

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