Front row (L to R): Ryan Lopez - SJALR Vol. 26 Managing Editor, Allison Ryan - SJALR Vol. 26 Editor-in-Chief, Courtney DiPinto - Candidate, BreAnne Ruelas - SJALR Vol. 26 Notes and Comments Editor, Raquel Busani – Candidate; Back row: Monique Taylor - Candidate, Kuljit Singh - SJALR Vol. 26 Production Editor, John Soares - Candidate, Jaskaran Gill - SJALR Vol. 26 Executive Editor
Front row (L to R): Ryan Lopez - SJALR Vol. 26 Managing Editor, Allison Ryan - SJALR Vol. 26 Editor-in-Chief, Courtney DiPinto - Candidate, BreAnne Ruelas - SJALR Vol. 26 Notes and Comments Editor, Raquel Busani – Candidate; Back row: Monique Taylor - Candidate, Kuljit Singh - SJALR Vol. 26 Production Editor, John Soares - Candidate, Jaskaran Gill - SJALR Vol. 26 Executive Editor.
Jeff Castleton, Executive Editor for Volume 25, checks out the look of the newly released book.
Jeff Castleton, Executive Editor for Volume 25, checks out the look of the newly released book.
(L to R): Mao Lee (Law ’16 and SJALR Vol. 25 Production Editor), Virginia Madrid-Salazar (Law ’16 and SJALR Vol. 25 Editor-In-Chief), Jennifer Oleksa Vanzant (Law ’16 and SJALR Vol. 25 Assistant Editor-In-Chief), and Ryan Petty (Law ’16 and SJALR Vol. 25 Articles Editor).
(L to R): Mao Lee (Law ’16 and SJALR Vol. 25 Production Editor), Virginia Madrid-Salazar (Law ’16 and SJALR Vol. 25 Editor-In-Chief), Jennifer Oleksa Vanzant (Law ’16 and SJALR Vol. 25 Assistant Editor-In-Chief), and Ryan Petty (Law ’16 and SJALR Vol. 25 Articles Editor).
Release Reception for 25th Volume of Law Review
Allison Ryan, Editor-in-Chief, Vol. 26 San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review
The San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review is a legal periodical published by the students of San Joaquin College of Law. The Law Review provides an objective, national forum for analyzing legal issues affecting our nation's most vital industry – agriculture. The San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review released its first publication in 1990; making it the first student-edited Agricultural Law Review in the nation. The topics discussed in each volume are always of current interest to those in agriculture, government, business and law.
In addition to the prestige and recognition that Law Review membership bestows, it offers a way for each member to begin his or her legal career with the opportunity to practice and hone research and writing skills, which are essential to success in the legal community. We are additionally always looking for professional articles from the legal community to lead each volume of this outstanding journal.
On October 28, 2016, we had the pleasure of celebrating the release of the 25th Volume of the San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review.  Thanks to everyone who joined us at the Release Reception!
The 25th Volume includes the following Articles and Comments:
Articles
The Mandatory Mediation and Conciliation Act: A Partisan Remedy Disguised as a Resource for Neutral Dispute Resolution
Aaron Castleton
Comments
Groundwater Managed: California Takes Its First Step Towards Groundwater Sustainability
Jaskaran Gill
Walking on a Slippery Slope: Desperate Farmers Turn to Oil Wastewater to Irrigate Drought Stricken Crops
Ryan Lopez
Organized Robbery: How Federal Marketing Orders Amount to Unconstitutional Takings Without Just Compensation
BreAnne Ruelas
You Are the Employer Even If You’re Not: Joint Employment Under the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Act
Allison Ryan
Unilateral Curtailment of Water Rights: Why the State Water Resource Control Board is Overstepping its Jurisdiction
Kuljit Singh
Moot Court Briefs
2015 Best Brief
Amanda Kendzora, J.D. and Skye Giacomini Emery

The complete volume is available online at http://www.sjcl.edu/index.php/volumes