Law Review

Law Review 2014-15

Founded by Students

The Northern Kentucky Law Review, founded in 1973, is an independent journal, edited and published entirely by the students of NKU Chase College of Law.

Current Issue

Volume 42, No. 1


Mediation Practice in Kentucky: Adoption of the Uniform Mediation Act Would Help
Henry L. Stephens Jr.
Full Text
page 1

Prior Restraint and the Union Political Speech Opt-Out Requirement
Andrew J. Hull
Full Text
page 27

Encouraging Cooperative Learning with a Non-Traditional Examination Process
Carol Goforth
Full Text page 47

Caging Uncertainty: Responsible Reform of Federal Child Pornography Sentencing Guidelines
Kaleb Noblett
Full Text page 65


Re-Examining Juvenile Seizures in Light of Roper, Graham, and J.D.B.
Erin M. Heidrich
Full Text page 89


Guamanian Veterans: Underserved After Years of Service
Eli Krafte-Jacobs
Full Text page 101

Bourbon Distillation & Its Collision with the Clean Air Act & Tort Law: Is the Angel's Share Actually a Devil to Kentucky Residents?
Wesley Abrams
Full Text page 129