View videos of our 2016 Symposium, Disjointed Regulation: State Efforts to Legalize Marijuana, here.
Congratulations to Niall Mackay Roberts for winning the 2016 Patrick J. Hopkins Memorial Writing Award. Niall's award-winning Note appears in Vol. 49, Issue 4.
Congratulations to Volume 49 Executive Editor David Ligtenberg for winning second place in the California Supreme Court Historical Society's 2015 Student Writing Competition. His paper, "Inverse Condemnation: California's Widening Loophole," will be published in the Society's journal California Legal History in December 2015.
Forthcoming UC Davis Law Review article featured in The Wall Street Journal. Professor Kent Barnett's "Against Administrative Judges" will appear in Vol. 49, Issue 5. Click here for WSJ piece.
Ranked thirty-first among legal journals in the United States, the UC Davis Law Review publishes scholarly articles from legal academics, practitioners, and student editors. The Review's staff prides itself on consistently meeting deadlines while working with authors to produce the highest quality scholarship. Each academic year, the student staff publishes one volume composed of five issues. This year, the Review staff is excited to publish its forty-ninth volume.
Information Fiduciaries and the First Amendment
Jack M. Balkin
Collection, analysis, and use of personal data increasingly affect everything we do in the information age, from our personal privacy to our opportunities for jobs, housing, travel, and health care. As algorithms for making decisions based on this data become more powerful, so too will the people and organizations who collect and use the data.