Affirmative Unsatisf’Action’

By: Kylee Berger Research & Writing Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy After eight years of litigation and a shocking remand from the United States Supreme Court (“SCOTUS”) back down to a Texas Federal District Trial Court, what might be the Country’s most anticipated affirmative action lawsuit, Fisher v. University of…






Twitter in the Courtroom

By: Will Pylant Associate Editor,  American Journal of Trial Advocacy Lawyers and judges across the country would do well to heed the old adage “think before you speak” or perhaps more accurate today, “think before you tweet.” As technology permeates all facets of modern life, contemporary officers of the courtroom…


Volume 40 Editorial Board Announcement

After careful deliberation and an in-depth interview process, the Editorial Board of Volume 39 selected the next Editorial Board which will preside over the publication of Volume 40. The Editorial Board of Volume 40 is comprised of rising 3L Cumberland Journal members, and looks forward to continuing the success of Volume 39 and…