- Back to the Future: Native American Sovereignty In the 21st Century
- Law, Principle, and Reality
- Betrayal, Hope, and the American Judicial System
- Great Secret about Federal Indian Law--Two Hundred Years in Violation of the Constitution--And the Opinion the Supreme Court Should Have Written to Reveal It, The
- Doctored Rights: Menstrual Extraction, Self-Help Gynecological Care, and the Law
- Cunning Stunts: From Hegemony to Desire a Review of Madonna's Sex
- Is West Germany's 1975 Abortion Decision a Solution to the American Abortion Debate: A Critique of Mary Ann Glendon and Donald Kommers
- Hospitalized Patients and the Right to Sexual Interaction: Beyond the Last Frontier
- To Help Those Most in Need: Undocumented Worker's Rights and Remedies under Title VII
- Struck by Lightning: The Elevation of Procedural Form over Substantive Rationality in Capital Sentencing Proceedings
- Updating the Mandatory-Permissive Distinction to Enable Unions to Protect the Job Security and Economic Interests of Their Members
- Deciding When Speech Isn't Speech
In Depth Reading
Volume 20 Issue 1
Volume 20 Issue 2
A discussion of christianity and native american federal law. Looks at the approach SCOTUS has taken and the Johnson decision.
Discussion of the American Indan Movement, the judicial system and native american treadies.
Discussion of how spiritualism in Native American culture connects them to social progress.
A discussion of the intersection of native american spirituality and the free exercise of religion act.
Volume 20 Issue 3
Examines legal arguments in favor of menstrual extraction as an alternative form of performing abortions.
Examines female sexuality and sexual agency from the starting point of Madonna's Sex.
Discusses the right of institutionalized persons with mental disabilities to have sex and the impact of the ADA and patients' rights movement.
Discusses regulation of abortion in West Germany as it applies to America as well as the reasons why it should not apply.
Volume 20 Issue 4
Reviews book about distinguishing what kind of speech is considered free speech as laid out in the First Amendment.
Examines history behind modern death penalty jurisprudence, arguing that procedures do little to actually limit the amount of people up for the death penalty.
Discusses mandatory bargaining vis-a-vis unions and how existing labor law may be adapted to provide better bargaining for unions.
Discusses whether undocumented workers are afforded rights under Title VII, types of discrimination such workers face, and potential remedies.