Analyzes the benefits and disadvantages of the house counsel model as a way for public interest lawyers to support community-based economic development.
Essay memorializing Henry Schwarzschild, who led the ACLU Capital Punishment Project and died on the day the death penalty in military trials was upheld.
Explores waning commitment to racial and educational equality post-Brown and considers how emotional intelligence skills show importance of equal education.
Discussion of due process violations in capital cases, specifically after passage of the Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act.
Explores the lasting impacts of Geduldig, which held pregnancy discrimination constitutional, and avenues for narrowing or overturning the decision.
Other Issues in this Volume
- The Cultural Meaning of the Welfare Queen: Using State Constitutions to Challenge Child Exclusion Provisions
- Lobbying for Mandatory-Arrest Policies: Race, Class, and the Politics of the Battered Women's Movement
- Whistling Vivaldi: Legal Education and the Politics of Progress
- A Pre-Memorial Message on Law School Teaching
- Maintaining Procedural Protections for Welfare Recipients: Defining Property for the Due Process Clause
- Regulating Prisons of the Future: A Psychological Analysis of Supermax and Solitary Confinement
- Book Annotations 23.4
- The Role of Race in Child Custody Decisions between Natural Parents over Biracial Children