February 2021

Morally Wrong, Constitutionally Vague: The Improper Conviction of Michelle Carter

In this Note, Madison Heckel analyzes Michelle Carter’s conviction of involuntary manslaughter for encouraging and commanding her boyfriend to kill himself. Heckel argues that the Massachusetts Appellate Court ignored the full extent of the fair warning requirements and incorrectly determined that there was appropriate notice that Carter’s conduct could result in criminal prosecution. Heckel further …
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Volume 53 Elections

Congratulations to the members that were recently elected to join the Editorial Board next year! We are excited to have these students continue their membership on the Law Journal for Volume 53. Please see the Volume 53 masthead attached. In addition, a special congratulations to all of our staff members for finishing their student articles. …
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