Hamline Law Review Critically examining current issues in the legal field Through our digital publication and symposia on timely topics, the Hamline Law Review provides a forum for members of the bench, bar, and education communities to discuss topics of interest to the legal profession. It was established in 1978, and today, is in the top 20 percent of the Most Cited Law Reviews. The board of editors invites members of the bench, bar, and academic communities to submit articles on any area of law that may be of interest to the legal profession. Hamline Law Review is published three times annually and is comprised of articles, notes, comments, and book reviews. Review our submission guidelines for article specifications. Forthcoming volume Issue One of Hamline Law Review, Volume 38 focuses on a wide-range of national and international law topics. A subsequent issue in Volume 38 will cover our symposium topic: Health Care Reform Implementation in Minnesota: Mission Advanced But Not Accomplished. Questions? Contact the articles editors at firstname.lastname@example.org. Previous issues: Please visit our Digital Commons site for full text articles in Volume 36 and later. Corrections: There is an error on the cover and table of contents in Volume 38, Issue one. The article by Jessica Gutierrez Alm should be titled, The Privacies of Life: Automatic License Plate Recognition is Unconstitutional Under the Mosaic Theory of Fourth Amendment Privacy Law.