Introduction to labor movement colloquium, looking at intersection of labor and other social movements
- Building Power and Breaking Images: Critical Legal Theory and the Practice of Law
- The Democratic Corporation: The New Worker Cooperative Statute in Massachusetts
- Conundrums along the Mohawk: Preconstitutional Land Claims of the Oneida Indian Nation
- Analyzing the Religious Free Exercise Rights of Inmates: The Significance of Pell, Jones, and Wolfish
In Depth Reading
Volume 11 Issue 1
Labor movement and changes in supreme court jurisprudence; preface to a colloquium
Discussion of lessons learned from the labor movement, in light of the specific example of the air controller's movement, and talk of future application
Panel on economic shifts of the 1980s and the response of the labor movement
Volume 11 Issue 2
Refugee's right to counsel on asylum and exclusion proceedings, in light of current refugee law and proposed amendments to relevant statutes
Current law and especially the Uniform Parentage Act inadequately respond to the growing trend of single women to raise children on their own.
Whether the right to a jury was afforded or whether a crime was a "petty offense" in light of New York City and state court treatments of prostitution cases.
Issues related to regulation of subliminal messaging, particularly in regard to the first amendment.
Volume 11 Issue 3
The legal system is a forum used by the State to legitimate a particular social order; there are ways in which lawyers may resist and reshape this status quo.
Argument for the use of the least restrictive means test, instead of a more deferential reasonableness test, in religious free exercise claims.
Assessment of Massachussetts worker cooperatve corporation law; exploration of the insertion of democratic ideals directly into the corporate entity.
Proposed mode of analysis for preconstitutional land claims brought by American Indian tribes