Hamline University's School of Law's Journal of Public Law and Policy
Welcome to Hamline University's School of Law's Journal of Public Law and Policy website. The Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy is a student-run organization devoted to the discussion and analysis of contemporary legal and public policy issues. The Journal provides a forum for both students and the legal community to engage in scholarly thought, analysis, and writing on a wide range of ideas affecting national and international policy.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 35, Issue 1 (2014) Transcending Intellectual Property Rights: An Exploration Into the Unchartered Territories of the Intangible, Infringed, and the Internet
“Sharing” Copyrights: The Copyright Implications of User Content in Social Media
Jessica Gutierrez Alm
SNOPA and the PPA: Do You Know What It Means For You? If SNOPA (Social Networking Online Protection Act) Or PPA (Password Protection Act) Do Not Pass, The Snooping Could Cause You Trouble
When Ferae Naturae Attack: Public Policy Implications and Concerns for the Public and State Regarding the Classification of Indigenous Wildlife as Interpreted Under State Immunity Statutes
L. Reagan Florence