BYU Prelaw Review

The Brigham Young University Prelaw Review is one of the only undergraduate prelaw reviews in circulation.

The Review allows students to showcase their skills to a scholarly audience such as law schools. The Prelaw Review acquaints students with different research avenues and the most widely-used legal citation guide, The Bluebook, by Harvard Law Review.

Vol 27 (2013)

Table of Contents

Front matter

Front Matter PDF
Prelaw Review a-iv

Publisher's Note

Publisher's Note PDF
Kris Tina Carlston v-vi

Editors' Note

Editor-In-Chief PDF
Brian Reed, Brooke Smith vii-viii

Articles

The Westboro Problem: The Abridgement of the Right to Protest PDF
Karl J. Worsham 1-13
Drone Strikes and the War Powers Resolution PDF
Brock Laney 15-32
Strengthening Rule of Law in China: the Need for Increased Adherence to the Constitution and Precedent in the Supreme People's Court PDF
Kenneth Daines 33-52
Religious Condom-Nation PDF
Andrew Moore 53-62
Updating Copyright: Capitalizing on Digital Opportunities PDF
Jordan Call 63-79
Soft-Power Triangulation for the Reclamation of a Prodigal Free Press PDF
Maren Mildenhall 81-97
The Fundamental Flaw of Eminent Domain Jurisprudence PDF
Neal Hoopes 99-115
The Patriot Act PDF
Michael Hayden 117-127
We the People, in Order to Form a More Perfect Union: A Look at Organic Law as Foundation for Corporate REstrictions in Politics PDF
Jonathon Green 129-140

Full Issue

BYU Prelaw Review Vol 27 (2013) PDF