Explores the legal status of a biological proenitor in family law, within the context of gay and lesbian parenting, including storytelling as advocacy tool.
- Professionalism in Perspective: Alternative Approaches to Nonlawyer Practice
- Criminalization and Administration of the Homeless: Notes on the Possibilities and Limits of Bureaucratic Engagement, The
- It's Nothing Personal--But Should It Be: Finding Agent Liability for Violations of the Federal Employment Discrimination Statutes
- Contingent Workers in a Changing Economy: Endure, Adapt, or Organize
In Depth Reading
Volume 22 Issue 1
Review of Moral Boundaries: A Political Argument for an Ethic of Care; asks whether gender and care can be separated.
Builds a theory of free speech around pornography using Habermas.
Argues against capital punishment for the "mentally retarded" by presenting opportunities for states to pass legislation working around SCOTUS decision.
Volume 22 Issue 2
Presents legal arguments supporting alternatives to parental termination and adoption, and argues for services to preserve families.
Examines psychological parent theory; argues child welfare planning should abandon sole focus on primary bond and acknowledge full network of kin attachments
Presentation of general psycholegal questions in parents rights terminations; critique of psychological parent theory and the limited separation paradigm
Advocates for nonjudgmental view of pregnant substance users, with focus on cocaine; promotes comprehensive drug treatment, prevention, and support programs
Volume 22 Issue 3
Makes argument that the ADA, Title VII, and the ADA require individual agent liability of employers' agents as matter of statutory objective and public policy.
Exploration of bar debates over nonlawyer practice and ABA Commission findings;addresses public interest nonlawyer practice and alternative regulatory framework
Discussion of public response to and criminalization of homelessness and role discretion plays in legal regime; advocates alternative framework of engagement
Exploration of the trend of contingent workers and its implications for employment and labor law; advocates new methods of organization and collective action
Volume 22 Issue 4
Examines economic development work of Community Development Corporations (CDCs) focusing on job creation and delivery of commercial services
Reviews book by Robert Halpern on inner city economic development and offers alternative framework to consider the community economic development movement.
Keynote address by the Secretary of HUD on the possibility of community-based efforts to achieve economic justice and the role that HUD plays in that process
Reviews debate around housing abandonment and NYC's POMP and NEP programs; analyzes reliance on for-profit landlords as solution to housing abandonment