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Volume 27

Issue 1: Products Liability in the 21st Century
Featuring James A. Henderson, Jr. and Aaron D. Twerski
Including a tribute to Solly Robbins, of Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi

Issue 2: A Tribute to Our Faculty
Centennial Celebration Issue                                                 

Issue 3: E-Commerce and Privacy in the 21st Century
Featuring Foreword and article by Minnesota Attorney General Mike Hatch

Issue 4: Telecommunications in the 21st Century
Featuring Foreword by Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura

Editor-in-Chief

Kim Kantorowicz

Executive Editors

Janet Ampe
Nancy E. Ball
Jennifer D. Henderson
Christopher A. Seidl

Editors

Darla Jo Boggs
Bray Dohrwardt
Doug M. Jakway
Tiernee L. Nelsen
Polly Rodberg
Marilyn Rosberg
Amy Schneider

Assistant Editors

Dawn A. Davidson
Kathryn C. Daudt
Kevin M. Decker
Laurie Huotari
Cecilia Jaisle
Ryan Murphy
Lisa M. Needham
Rachel Nurminen
David Schilling
Dominique Zervas- Foley

Faculty Advisor

Prof. Michael Steenson

Faculty Consultative Board

Prof. Neil W. Hamilton
Prof. James F. Hogg
Prof. Daniel S. Kleinberger
Prof. Eileen Roberts
Prof. Eileen Scallen

Staff Members

Reynaldo Aligada
Christopher G. Angell
Jason Asmus
Robert Baker
Julie Boehmke
Jennifer Boemer
Caldwell Camero
Donna Cernohous
Chris Champagne
Kate Daly
Carrie Daniel
Aimee Dayhoff
Vicki Dehning
Daniel Doda
Kristine Donatelle
Wendy Edwards
Jason Eldridge
Kari Engel
Mike Essien
Heidi Fisher
William Fulton
Alycia Granlund
Kelley Grimes
Darryl Henchen
Matthew Holtz
Michael Kafka
Erin Wessling
Rebecca Kassekert
Kathryn Kohn
Michael Kuhn
Andre LaMere
John D. Lamey III
Kari Lapinsky
Kristen Larson
Rachel Larson
Josh Leclair
Jason Leo
Terrie Lewis
Jim McAlpine
Marcia Miller
Scott Moriarity
Robin Moulin
Devin Murphy
Bernard Nodzon
Jill Peterson
Susan T. Peterson
John Pickerill
Damien Riehl
Ruth Rivard
Mary Ruffing
Michelle Schorbahn
Steven Scott
Sarah Stolpman
Sam Surface
Leanne Taveggia
Brian Thompson
Tony Wachewicz
Elizabeth Weinandt

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