Chapman Law Review


This Comment proposes amending United States laws dealing with victim rights and remedies specifically for victims who survive public mass shootings. This Comment provides a short history of mass shootings and the relevant law pertaining to victims’ remedies in a civil and criminal law context, discusses the deficiencies in these remedies, and proposes a stronger interdisciplinary approach to victims’ rights to more effectively address these deficiencies.



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