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- The Gonzaga Law Review, Gonzaga Law School’s journal, was started in 1966. This document outlined the purpose of the group, which was to encourage students, membership requirements, and staff commitments. ... Read MoreRead More »
- As a primer to my article, Granting Certiorari on In re Bellingham; A New Case to an Old Problem, (Gonzaga Law Review 49-2 –due out later this spring), I thought ... Read MoreRead More »
- The Supreme Court is set to hear some very important cases this term. Some of the questions presented have significant implications. Some of the most important issues that will ... Read MoreRead More »
- By Kate Meier In light of the recent gun control legislation that failed to pass in the senate, Christopher Strain’s presentation on “Evil Black Guns: Hate, Instrumentality, and the Neutrality ... Read MoreRead More »
- By Alex Ainsley On Thursday, the Pursuit of Just conference featured Dr. Christopher Strain and his lecture “Evil Black Guns: Hate, Instrumentality, and the Neutrality of Firearms.” Dr. Strain’s primary ... Read MoreRead More »
- In 1990, Congress passed the Gun-Free School Zones Act, which made it a federal crime to knowingly possess a firearm in a school zone. The statute was based on Congress’s ... Read MoreRead More »