Development of doctrine protecting employees from co-worker sexual harassment requires employer liability to ensure adequate remedies and title VII protections
- To Control Gentrification: Anti-Displacement Zoning and Planning for Stable Residential Districts
- Is there Life after Abandonment--The Key Role of New York City's in Rem Housing in Establishing an Entitlement to Decent, Affordable Housing
- Zoning for the General Welfare: A Constitutional Weapon for Lower-Income Tenants
- Normaive Judgment, Social Change, and Legal Reasoning in the Context of Abortion and Privacy
In Depth Reading
Volume 13 Issue 1
Discussion of tGriswold that detailed a constitutional privacy right; response to criticisms and justification of autonomy interests
Connick upsets longstanding jurisprudence related to the free speech rights of employees in the workplace by giving employers considerable regulatory discretion
Discussion of the longstanding stigma faced by Japanese American communities following internment during WWII; viewing stigma as a legally recognizable injury
Volume 13 Issue 2
Analysis of Reagan-era shifts in anti-discrimination policy, as well as the political climate for anti-discrimination efforts.
Discussion of shift of employment discrimination claims to state court in light of Supreme Court's unwillingness to take expansionist approach to federal law
Analysis of Title VII sex-based wage discrimination claims in the wake of a district court's decision in AFSCME v. State of Wash.
Examination of Kremer v. Chem. Constr. Corp. and its impact on Title VII discrimination claims; argues that it's inconsistent with Title VII enforcement scheme
Volume 13 Issue 3
Rehabilitative alimony, an often time-limited form of remuneration after a divorce, is often unjust and applied unfairly
Argument in favor of clinical legal education and the integration of such programs into law school curricula
Examination of the intersection of copyright law and First Amendment law as they relate to news reporting
Analysis and critique of the use of legalese in the legal profession, particularly as an expression of elite power.
Volume 13 Issue 4
Discussion of rent regulations vis-a-vis economic criticisms that employ a basic supply and demand model; suggests these critiques lack empirical support
In rem housing—housing where title is held in public hands—can be used as means for low income tenants to establish entitlement for decent, affordable housing
Critique of the intersection of abortion and privacy in society and law; proposal of critical theory of abortion and privacy.
Proposes residential stability zoning ordinances to control gentrification and limit displacement in urban areas