Volume 40.3 (2016-2017)

Symposium:  Technological Tools for an Efficient Esquire

An Ethical Obligation to Use Artificial Intelligence? An Examination of the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Law and the Model Rules of Professional Responsibility

            Andrew Arruda

Applying the Technology Lessons of Legal Research to Litigation Practice: Just-in-Time Learning for Young Litigators

            Alma Asay

A Technology-Leveraged Law Practice

            T. Roe Frazer II

The Future of Legal Technology: Beyond Saving Time and Money

            Mary E. Juetten

Choosing the “Right” Technology to Practice Efficiently and Ethically

            Eunbin Rii

Student Notes

Limits of the Right to Counsel: The Constitutional Right to Fire Retained Counsel and Have New Counsel Appointed

            Robert H. Matthews III

The Standing Requirements of Third Party Intervenors

            Evan E. Smith IV

Neil Gorsuch, a Unanimous SCOTUS, and a Circuit Split Resolved: What Is the Big “IDEA”?

            Holly T. Howell

Recent Developments

Class Action Law—The Growing Split on the Heightened Test for Ascertainability in Class Certification—Briseno v. ConAgra Foods, Inc., 844 F.3d 1121 (9th Cir. 2017)

            Ransome R. Hare

Contract Law—Proper Procedure for the Termination of Parental Rights in Traditional Surrogacy Agreements—In re Baby, 447 S.W.3d 807 (Tenn. 2014)

            Megan Seaton