On Thursday, March 29, 2007, the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review hosted its third-annual student symposium. The symposium was moderated by Professor Laurie Levenson, as five students presented their articles on this year's topic: "Technology and the Fourth Amendment."

Papers
2009
Sunday, March 29th
12:00 PM

A Call to Action: The Fourth Amendment, The Future of Radio Frequency Identification, and Society

David J. Warner, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

Are Emerging Technologies in Airport Passenger Screening Reasonable Under the Fourth Amendment?

Sara Kornblatt, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

Googling Away Your Privacy: Protecting Online Search Inquiries From Unwarranted State Intrusion

Pouya Bozorgchami, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

Turning the Tide: United States v. Stewart as a Preliminary Model for Reassessing the Ninth Circuit’s Approach to DNA Collection of Probationers

Cynthia Wong, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

United States v. Bryan Vance Jones: Constitutional Defects In Statutory Suppression Remedy in the Context of Privacy

Joyce Park, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM