Author: Student Contributor

SCOTUS to Rule on Social Media Rights of Sex Offenders

By Jace Brown (Rutgers Law Student) To what extent can states regulate the use of social media by registered sex offenders, without infringing their First Amendment free speech rights?  That is the issue to be decided in Packingham v. North

The $2.2 Million Lawn Sign and the First Amendment

By Christopher J. D’Alessandro  (Rutgers Law Student) It’s difficult to imagine how a political lawn sign could come with a price tag of $2,263.489.  What could make a flimsy cardboard sign for a Paterson, New Jersey mayoral candidate warrant such

Paff v. Galloway: Defining “Public Record” in the Digital Age

Brooke Lewis ’17 The New Jersey Supreme Court has recently decided to hear a case that will set open records policy in the emerging world of big data. While our government’s transition to the digital world has brought about new

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The Big (Patent) Short

WINNER OF THE FIRST ANNUAL LASTOWKA SHORT-FORM WRITING COMPETITION IN INFORMATION LAW Carl J. Minniti III ‘17 You cannot manipulate the stock market on purpose. For example, in a classic “pump and dump” scheme, market manipulators use misleading tactics in order to