Argues that zoning laws prioritizing luxury housing over low income housing runs afoul of New York state constitutional protections
Proposes residential stability zoning ordinances to control gentrification and limit displacement in urban areas
Critique of the intersection of abortion and privacy in society and law; proposal of critical theory of abortion and privacy.
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
Discussion of rent regulations vis-a-vis economic criticisms that employ a basic supply and demand model; suggests these critiques lack empirical support
Other Issues in this Volume
- Workplace Exposure to Toxic Chemicals: Information Disclosure Versus Trade Secret Protection
- Employer Liability for Coworker Sexual Harassment under Title VII
- Griswold Revisited in Light of Uplinger: An Historical and Philosophical Exposition of Implied Autonomy Rights in the Constitution
- The Japanese American Coram Nobis Cases: Exposing the Myth of Disloyalty
- Employment Discrimination Claims in State Court: A Laboratory for Experimentation
- Federalism Issues and Title VII: Kremer v. Chemical Construction Corp.
- Equity, Growth and Socioeconomic Change: Anti-Discrimination Policy in an Era of Economic Transformation
- Equality's Riddle: Pregnancy and the Equal Treatment/Special Treatment Debate