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Vol. 20, No. 2 (2019) 

Notes

 

Victimized Perpetrators: Child Soldiers in Isis and the Need for a New International Legal Approach

Tamara Anaie

Setting an Example: The International Criminal Court Must Prosecute Chechnya, Russia, and the Members of Isis for Committing Crimes Against Humanity Against LGBTQ+ Persons

Arrianna Diamantis

Missing Child or Runaway: The Life Altering Label and How to Eliminate the Stigma Surrounding It

Shannon Lacey

Similar Trails: A Comparison of the Legalized Discrimination of Indigenous Communities Paralleling the Rohingya of Myanmar and the Native Americans in the United States

Omar Rana

 

Vol. 20, No. 1 (2018) 

Articles

The Effects of Race and Gender on Attorney Selection

Michael Conklin

Notes

 

Hanging on to Justice: Why the Display of a Hangman's Noose in the Workplace Gives Rise to a Racially Hostile Environment

Tyiarah Adewakun

Piercing the Tribal Veil: Tribal Sovereign Immunity in the Anomalous Context of the Pharmaceutical Industry

Claudia Azzam 

Building a Tower of Babel on Wall Street: Financial Protections for Limited English Proficient Speakers

Deepta Janardhan

Vol. 19, No. 1 (2017)

 

Articles 

Limitations of the Jones Act: Racialized Citizenship and Territorial Status 

Nelson Torress-Rios

 

Notes

A “Legacy Preference” for Descendants of Slaves: Why Georgetown’s Approach to Admissions is Misguided

Latiqua Liles 

 

How Navajo Nation v. Urban Outfitters Illustrates the Failure of Intellectual Property Law to Protect Native American Cultural Property

Kat Moynihan

 

Vol. 19, No. 2 (2018) 

Articles

A Dream Still Deferred: The Unlawful Use of Student Fees for Instructional Technology in Alabama Public School Causing a Disparate Impact for Minority Children 

Taurus Myhand

 

Notes

New Jersey's Experiment with Interdistrict School Choice as a Racially Neutral Alternative: Is it Succeeding?

Connor Martin

 

Trademark Today But Not Tomorrow? Figuring Out The Difference Between What Is Disparaging And What Is Not

Charu Mehta 

 

CIVIL RIGHTS AND TORT CALCULATION: CHALLENGING THE RELIABILITY AND CONSTITUTIONALITY OF RACE-BASED AND GENDER-BASED LIFE EXPECTANCY AND FUTURE EARNINGS CALCULATIONS

Agustin Paneque

 

 

Vol. 18, No. 2 (2017)

 

Articles

The EU-Turkey Agreement: Refugees, Rights and Public Policy

Isabel Mota Borges

 

 

Notes

Family Detention: Why the Decision in R.I.L-R. v. Johnson Fails to Address the Consequences of Family Detention and the Need to Implement Alternatives

Vanessa Martinez

 

Utilizing Judicial Discretion to Address Disproportionate Minority Contact

Farah Rahaman

 

Vol. 18, No. 1 (2016)

 

Articles

Finding an Energy Power Transformer for the "Last Kilometer" Population: A Comparative Analysis of the REFIT Systems in Ghana and Tanzania

Debashis Ghose

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Justice For All: Why the Gersman v. Group Health Association analysis for Standing Should be Universally Adopted for Cases Involving Companies Asserting Racial Discrimination Claims 

William Wyatt Allen

 

Authorized for War

Tareef Chamaa

 

Child Labor: The Price is Low but the Cost is High

Alvina Swati

 

Vol. 16, No. 2 (2015)

 

Articles

 

Separate and Unequal: The American Dream Unfulfilled

Peter C. LaGreca

 

A Fairy Tale Interrupted: The Long-Term Impacts of Child Marriage in Yemen and the Necessary Adjustments to Both Local and International Laws to Stop the Practice and to Protect Voiceless Child Brides

Olga Vionarevich

 

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Deep-Rooted Concerns for Urban Communicty Gardening: Is More Regulation the Answer?
Melissa Brown

 

A Critical Look at the FBI's Decision to Formally Start Tracking Hate Crimes Against Sikhs, Arabs, and Hindus by the Year 2015

Shashwat Dave

 

Abbot Gets an F: Courts Can Provide Extra Credit

Ashley Higginson


 

Vol. 16, No. 1 (2015)

 

Articles

 

The Age of Covert Racism in the Era of the Roberts Court During the Waning of Affirmative Action
William Y. Chin

 

Halting the “Slide Down the Sovereignty Slope”: Creative Remedies for Tribes Extending Civil Infraction Systems Over Non-Indians

Leah Jurss

 

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Affirmative Action in Construction Contracting and New Jersey’s “Emerging Small Business Enterprise” Program

Joseph M. Amico

 

The Racial Placebo Effect and the Consequences of Institutional Denial: How Henderson Promotes Liberty and Justice for All

Clifford D. Dawkins, Jr.

 

Is Israel Violating International Law by Discriminating Against Non-Jewish Asylum Seekers and by Limiting Palestinian Opportunities to Access to Citizenship: Gain Citizenship in Israel?

Mahdey S. Salhab

 

 

Vol. 15 (2014)

 

Articles

 

The "Gift" of Testamentary Manumission in New Jersey
Stuart Gold

 

NYPD Stop and Frisk, Perceptions of Criminals, Race and the Meaning of Terry v Ohio: A Content Analysis of Floyd, et al. v City of New York
Arthur H. Garrison LP.D.

 

"So Poor as to Not Even Own Themselves": Jackson v. Phillips, Discourses of Charity, and the Legal Support for Liberalism and Structural Inequality
Scott G. Lien

 

Outrage: Withholding a Get as Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress?
Gital Dodelson

 

Notes

 

From Old Glory to Old News: Censoring Images of the American Flag in Public Schools
Tim Collazzi

 

From Debt Collection to Debt Slavery: How the Modern Practice of Debt Collection is a Violation of the 13th Amendment's Prohibition on Involuntary Servitude
Ian Liberty

 

Enslavement to Imprisonment: How the Usual Residence Rule Resurrects the Three-Fifths Clause and Challenges the Fourteenth Amendment
Andrea L. Maddan

 

Turning Japanese in the Dominican Republic: Baseball in the United States, Dominican Republic and Japan and Implementing the United States-Japanese Posting System Model in the Dominican Republic
Anna Rosenblatt

 

Modern Government Tracking Techniques: Spying Through Cell-Phone GPS Locators Results in Disparate Effects on Minorities
Jimmy Shah

 

 

Vol. 14 (2013)

 

Articles

 

Origins and Development of the Mandatory Criteria within the Federal Acknowledgement Process
Gerald Carr

 

Cold Comfort: § 1983 As The Exclusive Damages for Violation of § 1981 by State Actors
Darlene C. Goring

 

Repairing Damaged Goods: Federal and State Legislation Prohibiting Employers from Making Current Employment a Job Requirement

Jennifer Jolly Ryan

 

The Chinese Defilement Case: Racial Profiling in an African “Model of Democracy”
Barry Sautman

 

Notes

 

The Fair Sentencing Act of 2010 and Federal Cocaine Sentencing Policy - How Congress continues to allow implicit racial animus towards African Americans to permeate federal cocaine
Mena Ghaly

 

The “New Beginning”: Private Cause of Action under the International Oil Pipeline Permitting System
Andrea Giampoli

 

Out of the Darkness: Punishing Thought in Federal Terrorism and Hate Crime Statutes
James Layman

 

Olivia Quinto

 

 

Vol 13, No. 2 (2012)

 

Articles

 

"And Then Comes Life". The Intersection of Race, Poverty, and Disability in HBO's "The Wire"
Rabia Belt

 

Latinos Nowhere in Sight: Erased by Racism, Nativism, the Black-White Binary, and Authoritarianism
Camilo M. Ortiz

 

Authoritarianism: A Comment
Richard Delgado

 

Notes

 

Bringing Jim Thorpe Home: Inconsistencies in the Native American Graves and Repatriation Act
Benjamin Hochberg

 

The Interpretation of Umpires' Dreams; Testing Supreme Court Nominees' Racial Bias
Jordan Rubin

 

 

Vol 13, No. 1 (2011)

 

Articles

 

Managing the Fear of the Tsunami: Canada's Poposed Policy to Detain Boat People and Lessons Learned from the United States' Detention Policies
Jamie Chai Yun Liew

 

The Operation of the Principle of Jus Soli and its Effect on Immigrant Inclusion into a National Identity: A Constitutional Analysis of the United States and the Dominican Republic
Richard T. Middleton, IV

 

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Changing Identities, Unchanging Standards: Race as a Factor in Transracial Adoptions
Kelly Cruze

 

Modern Day Slavery in Ghana: Why Application of the United States Asylum Laws Should Be Extended to Women Victimized by the Trokosi Belief System
Sainabou Musa

 

Subprime Protection:The Inadequacies of the Fderal Response to the Economic Crisis in Protecting Minorities from Predatory Lending
Andrew Kuntz