ML - Memphis Law Magazine
In this issue, we take an in-depth look at Equity Crowdfunding and how it is changing the investment landscape. Equity crowdfunding is slowly creeping into the mainstream worlds of investors and business entrepreneurs alike as it opens the doors for millions of Americans that want to invest in businesses on the front end but didn't previously have the capital required to do so.
Our second feature story covers how the future of juvenile justice is still being shaped by a 50-year-old landmark decision via In re Gault. We asked three highly-regarded national experts about how this decision is still playing out across the country and in local courtrooms. Marsha Levick, Mae C. Quinn, and Mary Ann Scali all give their informed opinions and share their stories about the topic in Gault's Legacy.
We also have a timely faculty contribution from Professor and Senator Lee Harris about the importance of preserving our aquifer in Memphis and his work in the senate to ensure that it stays safe for future generations.
And finally, our alumni spotlight in this issue highlights two of our more well-known politically successful alums in Rep. Steve Cohen (JD '73) and Rep. David Kustoff (JD '92).
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Ryan Jones - Executive editor
University of Memphis
Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
1 North Front St.
Memphis, TN 38103