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By: Brittany Gamlen You’ve probably heard the story of the college freshmen that goes to her first party and wakes up the next morning with more than a hangover. It is an unfortunate reality that many people will experience a sexual assault or rape at some point in their lives. This experience is often the most traumatic event in their life. Following a sexual assault or rape, many survivors elect to undergo a medical evidentiary…
This week we welcome back guest writer Alexandra Muskat to talk about balancing a social law and law school – it can be done! It can be extremely hard to balance having a social life and being in law school. I witnessed this a lot in law school and found that there are two types of law students: those that party too much, and those that don’t let themselves have a break. When I…
One of the controversial occurrences that occurs during the legislative sessions of the California Legislature are so-called gut and amend bills. According to the Legislative Counsel, these measures are defined as “when amendments to a bill remove the current contents in their entirety and replace them with different provisions.” These types of amendments raise the legislative issue of germaneness, which generally refers to whether a proposed amendment is relevant to the subject matter that’s currently…