Suggested Reading

The Colloquium will bring together organizers, legal practitioners and activist scholars to unpack the status of the United States as a settler colonial society and explore the ways in which settler colonialism manifests itself in its laws, policies and practices.

Since its inception in 1970, the Review of Law & Social Change has hosted a series of symposia and colloquia on topics which its members have considered timely and important. These events, which bring together leading aca- demics and practitioners,

Legal Scholarship for Social Justice The NYU Review of Law & Social Change was founded at the height of the political turmoil of the 1960s. Unsettled by the gap in legal discourse on inequities along the lines of race, gender,