On Thursday, March 27, 2008, the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review hosted its fourth annual student symposium. The symposium was moderated by Professor Laurie Levenson, as five students presented their articles on this year's topic: "Integrity in Government."

Papers
2008
Thursday, March 27th
12:00 PM

A Shakeup for the Duty of Confidentiality: The Competing Priorities of a California Government Attorney

Jessica Shpall, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

Bungling Bundling: The Honest Leadership and Open Government Act is Two Steps Forward, One Step Back for Bundling Reform

Cassie Palmer, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

Protect Californians from Getting Nifonged: The Case for Open File Discovery

Kenan Gultekin, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

The Clash Between Congress and the White House over Information: Are Contempt Citations the Answer?

Natalie Schachner, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM

The December Massacre: Obstruction of Justice or Lumps of Coal for Naughty Attorneys?

Ha Eun Cho, Loyola Law School - Los Angeles

12:00 PM