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Vol. 13 No. 1 (2023): Bellarmine Law Society Review
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In the first issue of the Bellarmine Law Society Review’s thirteenth volume, two undergraduate contributors explore a range of topical issues through the lens of legal analysis. First, Sunderya Ulziibold explores the topical issues of COVID-19 vaccine intellectual property rights by exploring the history of intellectual property rights and contextualizing the issue through the Moderna v. Pfizer/BioNTech case. Second, Lila Zarrella analyzes the Equal Rights Amendment and potential for its ratification, ultimately arguing that despite some shortcomings, the ERA might represent the most applicable and feasible opportunity to cement gender equality under law.

Published: 2023-04-14

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Welcome to the Bellarmine Law Society Review.

The BLSR is Boston College’s premier source of undergraduate scholarship relating to the law. Although the BLSR is supported and managed by Boston College students, it provides the opportunity for undergraduates across the U.S. to contribute to national legal discourse.

The Boston College Bellarmine Law Society, which sponsors the BLSR, is a student organization founded over thirty years ago with the intention of providing resources and information to prepare students for law school. The society is named after St. Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmino (1542-1621), a Jesuit theologian and defender of the Roman Catholic Church.

Whether you are an author, researcher, librarian, or otherwise interested reader, I hope the BLSR is an informative and engaging source for further legal study.


Isabella Calise, Editor In-Chief