It is not enough to increase diverse enrollment in law schools, and a change in law school pedagogy to better integrate everyone is necessary.
- Gestational Surrogacy: Unsettling State Parentage Law and Surrogacy Policy
- Determining Asylum Claims in the United States: A Case Study on the Implementation of Legal Norms in an Unstructured Adjudicatory Environment
- Systemic Deterrence against Prospective Asylum Seekers: A Study of the South Texas Immigration District
- Individualizing Back Pay Relief in Title VII Class Actions
- The Pending Crisis in Employer-Provided Health Benefits for Retirees: Are Tax Breaks for Employers the Answer
- Girls Lean Back Everywhere: The Law of Obscenity and the Assault on Genius
- Resistances and Possibilities: A Critical and Practical Look at Public Interest Lawyering
- Rethinking the Work-Family Conflict in the Labor Arbitration Context
In Depth Reading
Volume 19 Issue 1
Feminism is approaching the turn of the century with an eventful past. With history comes legitimacy; accordingly, women’s issues and feminist scholarship have established an unprecedented presence in academic and political arenas. In particular feminism has attainted a unique prominence
Note discussing sex discrimination against women in medical trials and the deletirious consequences this may have on the results.
The disallowance of shifting testimony fees to the losing party in civil rights cases impedes access to courts for parties that cannot afford it.
Volume 19 Issue 2
Examines the role of the legislature in shaping health care legislations with reference to the Patient Self Determination Act. Also examines the court's role.
Discusses the problem of Casey and the confusion and ambiguity it has caused and argues against the revival of pre-Casey criminal abortion statutes.
Article about geriatric patients in pschiatric institutions being detained illegally. Examines the kind of medicines administered to them as well.
Since 1976 have been working with the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) and various allied organizations. These groups work to advance the interests of low and moderate income people, which certainly implies significant social change. ACORN is
Volume 19 Issue 3
Article discusses the problems in asylum claims and focuses on the legislative and judicial framework to decide them.
Explores the process of seeking asylum and analyses the procedural nuances involved with reference to South Texas.
Critical analysis of standards of proof and federal sentencing guidelines. Also examines burden of proof determination.
Critical analysis of the rights of the surrogate gestator and the allied state policies that are applicable to these arrangements.
Volume 19 Issue 4
Explores the role of the state in shaping our network and therefore, the importance of privacy in matters of our personal networks.
Discusses critical legal studies, legal oppositionism and the notion of organisation life.
Analyses the traditional role of public interest lawyering and addressed the issue of critical lawyering in the present legal framework.
In 1968, a First Amendment lawyer named Charles Rembar published a book entitled The End of Obscenity. Rembar described his adventures defending such twentieth century literary classics as Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer and D.H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover against