Founded in 1966, the Gonzaga Law Review encourages development of the law through scholarly criticism and analysis. The Review publishes articles on the most current legal issues, providing a dependable research tool for practitioners and academics.

Vol. 55, No. 1 Articles:

  • The Fourth Amendment in the Age of Trump and Roberts by John R. Kroger
  • Make America Transparent Again: Reevaluating the Official Acknowledgement Doctrine of the Freedom of Information Act for the Modern Presidency
  • Examining the Modern Use of the Exclusionary Rule and the Danger of Its Expansion
  • A More Balanced Prescription: Reconciling Medical Malpractice Reform with Fundamental Principles of Tort Law
  • Helping Craft Beer Maintain and Grow Market Shares with Private Enforcement of Tied-House and False Advertising Laws
  • The Ethical Implications of Artificial Intelligence in the Law

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