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April 22, 2009

New note on sex offender residency restrictions in new Drexel Law Review

Thanks to this post at The Faculty Lounge, I see that "the moment has arrived for the first issue of the Drexel Law Review," and that it includes a "strong student note ... on sex offender residency restrictions."  In fact, I see that the first issue of the DLR includes lots of interesting pieces, and the sex offender piece is titled "Sex Offender Residency Restrictions: How Common Sense Places Children at Risk," and can be accessed here.

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