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Annual Elections Bowling Event

Law Review members at the annual bowling night
As a recent tradition, prior to Board elections, the Hofstra Law Review hosts a bowling night at Garden City Bowl. The event serves as a way for current staff members to interact with Board members who hold positions that they may be interested in running for.

Public Justice Foundation Cupcake Wars


A Law Review member's cupcake submission
Every Year the Public Justice Foundation (“PJF”) hosts a Cupcake Competition to help raise money for the PJF Fellowship Program. The Program provides funding to students who devote their summers to working in an area of public interest law. We are glad to have been able to participate this year with our batch of Cupcakes.

Going Green Initiative

Volume 47.3 will be a special environmental issue, celebrating the Law Review’s transition to using 30% recycled paper for its hard copies. The Issue will be printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper and is headlined by Professor Ryan Stoa’s Article: From the Clean Power Plan to the Affordable Clean Energy Rule: How Regulated Entities Adapt to Regulatory Change and Uncertainty. The Law Review will also be purchasing carbon credits to offset the carbon footprint of the Issue.

NYC Bar Association Medal & Portrait Unveiling for Hon. Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice, United States Supreme CourtLaw Review alumna Cristen Callan with Hon. Sonia Sotomayor

On March 7, 2019, the New York City Bar Association presented its Association Medal to United States Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, and unveiled a portrait of her that will hang in the City Bar’s Great Hall. Hofstra Law Review’s very own Cristen Callan, the Volume 46 Alumni Affairs Editor—currently at White & Case LLP—was among those who honored Justice Sotomayor.

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