‘Is Morrison Dead?’ et al.
Comments and reactions continue to swirl in the aftermath of last summer’s U.S. Supreme Court decision on medical marijuana use. The winter 2005 issue of the Lewis & Clark Law Review focuses scholarly attention on the doctrinal and policy implications of the case, Gonzales v. Raich.
“These are among the very first postdecision papers published about Raich following the Supreme Court’s decision last June,” says Amanda Austin, editor of the law review. “This issue is essentially a symposium in print that offers scholarly insight into the case, with accessible and engaging articles.”
Students at the law school publish the Lewis & Clark Law Review four times a year. The general-purpose review focuses on original scholarship and is among the top 50 general law journals in the nation, according to the annual citation study conducted by Washington & Lee University Law School.