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Current Print Issue: Vol. 8 Issue 4 (Symposium Edition)

Spring 2022 Symposium

ADR Carrie Menkel-Meadow Symposium

Texas A&M Law Review partners with the Aggie Dispute Resolution Program to present "The Renaissance Woman of Dispute Resolution: Carrie Menkel-Meadow's Contributions to New Directions in Feminism, Ethics, and ADR"
  ​March 4, 2022

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New in Arguendo

The Law Review is pleased to share its latest publication, authored by Max Hayashi, in Arguendo—Texas A&M Law Review’s online companion journal. Max is one of the Law Review's newest staff members and submitted this Note as part of the write-on process. Max's Note was selected for publication based on the excellence of his submission.

Follow the link below to read Max's Note, which analyzes the Ninth Circuit’s approach to the issue of whether patients and doctors destroy proximate cause in cases where third-party payors sue drug companies for fraudulently misrepresenting the health risks associated with their products.

► Read Max's Full Article Here


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