Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and the Law — Student Publications

April 11, 2017 — From the Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and the Law:

The Journal of Business, Entrepreneurship, and the Law is proud to announce this year’s Janet E. Kerr Achievement Award, which is awarded to the best student-written note or comment:

Melissa Griffin: Steering (or Not) Through the Social and Legal Implications of Autonomous Vehicles

JBEL is also proud to announce that the following student-written articles have been selected for publication in JBEL Vol. XI:

Melissa Griffin: Steering (or Not) Through the Social and Legal Implications of Autonomous Vehicles

Ellery Gordon: The Oil & Gas Industry: Failing to Properly Regulate Hydraulic Fracking & Placing Profits Over Safety

Morgan Lynch: Foreign Investment: Uganda as a Case Study

Sergio Becerra: The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Field: Where We Are and Where We Are Going

Elisabeth Johnson: Trends in Fashion Law: Striking the Proper Balance Between Protecting the Art Form and Sustaining a Thriving Online Market

Michaela Smith: The Promised Land is on the Horizon: The Fix Crowdfunding Act Will Implement Small Changes that Could Make a Big Impact on Investors and Businesses Alike

Additionally, JBEL is proud to announce that the following student-written articles have been chosen for online publication:

 Siqi Chen: Chinese Manufacturing Landing in the United States: A Thriving Future of Made in America

Rebecca Hariri: Products Liability: Your Company’s Product Does What?

Spenser Percy: On the Expansion of Power in American Biotechnology Regulating Agencies: Anglo-America vs. Continental Europe

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