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 46, No. 1

Articles

A Most Undemocratic Practice:  Felony Disenfranchisement and Its Effects on Communities of Color
Stephanie L. Williams
Full Text, page 1

Notes

A Chance to Stand: Why "Loss-of-Chance" Should Replace the "Certainly Impending" Frameworkfor Data Breach Cases
Nathaniel Truitt
Full Text, page 22

Kinkos for Your Kidneys: A Legal Blueprint for the Regulation of Bioprinted Organs
Lauren M. Lentsch
Full Text, page 43

Loot Boxes: "It's a Trap!"
Rebecca E. McDonough
Full Text, page 62

What is a "Criminal Case" Within the Meaning of the Self-Incrimination Clause? So Far, theSupreme Court Has Pleaded the Fifth
Michael Votel
Full Text, page 87