Bellarmine Law Society ReviewVol 12 No 1 (2022)
In the first issue of the Bellarmine Law Society Review’s twelfth volume, three undergraduate contributors explore a range of topical issues through the lens of legal analysis. First, Rose Kiefer analyzes the impact of U.S. boardroom gender quotas in the workplace, incorporating facets of legal, economic, and social theory to examine the future efficacy of these policies. In our second article, Grace Mendes presents a thorough study of energy legislation and the energy market through a focused consideration of California’s history with renewable technologies, especially solar power. Finally, Christopher Siegert surveys the history of the Writ of Habeas Corpus and its relevance to the federal government’s past usage of the Suspension Clause. As always, many thanks are due to each of these accomplished and capable authors for their rigorous research and the insight that their articles provide on a diversity of legal issues.
Bellarmine Law Society ReviewVol 11 No 2 (2021)
Volume XI, Issue II of the Bellarmine Law Society Review features multiple peer-reviewed articles addressing higher education, public sector unions, legal procedure, the law of space, and more. Cover art courtesy of Ethan Byrne.
Bellarmine Law Society ReviewVol 11 No 1 (2020)
Volume XI, Issue I of the Bellarmine Law Society Review features multiple peer-reviewed articles addressing LGBT rights, international legal compliance, criminology, and more. Cover art courtesy of Lucy Rubenstein.
Bellarmine Pre-Law ReviewVol 10 No 1 (2019)
Under the Bellarmine Law Society Review's former title, Volume X, Issue I of the Bellarmine Pre-Law Review features three peer-reviewed articles addressing voter surpression, sex and sexual orientation, and consumer financial protection. Cover art courtesy of Rebecca Shan.
Bellarmine Pre-Law ReviewVol 9 No 2 (2019)
Under the Bellarmine Law Society Review's former title, Volume IX, Issue II of the Bellarmine Pre-Law Review features four articles addressing: pharmaceutical price-gounging, pension systems, cruel and unusal punishment, and covenants to not compete. Cover art courtesy of Tegar (@tgartgr).