Lewis & Clark Law Review Focuses on Social Media, Psilocybin, and Other Legal Issues
LC Law Review’s Winter Issue features papers by law professors, alums, and recent graduates.
Lewis & Clark’s Law Review Volume 26 / Number 4 / 2023 is now available online.
The issue features articles by law professors at Temple University Beasley School of Law, the University of Washington Law School, and Peking University School of Transnational Law.
In addition, the issue features an essay from practitioners and advocates in the field of psychedelics and notes & comments from two recent Lewis & Clark graduates.
Lewis & Clark alum and adjunct faculty member Matt Bergman ’89, founder of the Social Media Victims Law Center, uses his article to discuss the highly relevant topic of liability for social media companies. The very same issue recently reached the supreme court and has been the topic of ongoing public scrutiny.
U.S. Disaster Policy: Oversight Challenges and the Promise of Multi-Level Governance, Nancy J. Knauer,26 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 973 (2023)
Modalities of Social Change Lawyering, Christine Cimini & Doug Smith,26 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1035 (2023)
Intellectual Property, Antitrust, and Access to Essential Technologies, Joy Y. Xiang, 26 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1101 (2023)
Assaulting the Citadel of Section 230 Immunity: Products Liability, Social Media, and the Youth Mental Health Crisis, Matthew P. Bergman, 26 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1159 (2023)
In Search of: A Federal Safe Harbor for State Legalization of Psilocybin, Kathryn Tucker, Holly Martinez & Ebony Morris, 26 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1203 (2023)
As is customary, the issue also includes a “Notes and Comments” section featuring pieces written by students and LCLR staff members.
NOTES & COMMENTS
Is Incorporation a License to Violate Human Rights with Impunity? As of Now, Violations are in Vogue, Sadie Wolff, 26 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1219 (2023)
Just and Equitable, but Not Practicable: The Problems of a Loosely Factored Spousal Support Framework in Oregon and Potential Solutions, Aime Lee Ohlmann, 26 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1249 (2023)
Publication and production efforts for Volume 26, Issue 4 were led by the Lewis & Clark Law Review Managing Board, including Editor in Chief Talia Brumfield ’23, Managing Editor Catherine Mattecheck ’23, and Executive Editors Sydney Chong Ju Padgett ’23 and Brock Vasconcellos ’23.