The editors of this journal have come together with the editors of journals across the country to demand compensation for the work we do to publish legal scholarship. Our demand rests on one fundamental principle: Uncompensated labor is wrong. In
The most recent publication of our print journal, Volume 47, Issue 1, is now available on our website.
Check out the fourth installment of Scholarship from the Inside, available now on our website.
We are thrilled to announce the 2023 Review of Law and Social Change Colloquium – Criminalization of Dissent: Historical and Contemporary Repression of U.S. Resistance Movements that will be held on March 7th and 8th via Zoom. The Colloquium will
The most recent publication of our print journal, Volume 46, Issue 4, is now available on our website.
Social Change stands in solidarity with Tyre Nichols’ family and community. Tyre was a beloved father, son, and friend with an incredible passion for skateboarding and photography. Tyre Nichols should be alive today. Instead, Memphis Police officers brutally beat Tyre
Volume 46, Issue 3, is now available on our website.
Check out the third installment of Scholarship from the Inside, available now on our website.
The second installment of The Harbinger‘s Scholarship from the Inside edition is now live! It features fifteen new pieces from incarcerated or formerly incarcerated authors. Read them here.
We are thrilled to announce the 2022 Review of Law and Social Change Colloquium – Resisting Settler Colonialism. More information and registration available here.