The Harbinger: Volume 40

Brian Eschels I. National Consensus Through Practice II. Where Do Courts Look For National Sentencing Statistics? III. Possible Sources of Offender Age Data IV. Clark Prosecutor Data V. Trends in the Execution of Emerging Adults In A Decent Proposal: Exempting

Daniel P. Tokaji∞ I. Introduction II. Congressional Power III. The First Amendment IV. Conclusion I. Introduction Voter intimidation is a recurrent problem that, like so many other aspects of our election system, provokes sharply polarized reactions along party lines. Of

Ruth Greenwood∞ I. The power of the dark side II. It’s a trap III. A new hope? In the wake of Shelby County v Holder[1] and the hundreds of restrictions on voting rights passed by state legislatures in the last

Avi Frey∞ I. Introduction II. Mitigation A. Supreme Court Law B. Defense Practice III. Free Will vs. Determinism IV. Determinist Mitigation: The Substance Focus the Investigation Assess—and Reassess—Investigative Progress Utilize the Science of the Brain Supplement Voir Dire Frontload Determinist

Norman Dorsen¥ This is a transcript of a keynote address given by Norman Dorsen, the first faculty advisor for the N.Y.U. Review of Law and Social Change, at the journal’s launch event for The Harbinger on March 11, 2014.  

Jay Shooster¥ I. Introduction………………………………………………………………………….. 39 II. Social Justice Principles and Animal Rights……………………………… 40 A. Opposing Arbitrary Discrimination…………………………………………. 40 B. Supporting the Marginalized………………………………………………….. 42 C. Respecting Autonomy and Individual Rights…………………………….. 43 III. How can Social Justice Activists Embrace Animal Rights?……….. 43