Questions problems of urban sprawl and analyzes policy solutions for local governments to the problems it does create, based on theories of scholar Gerald Frug.
- Hospital Mergers and the Threat to Women's Reproductive Health Services: Applying the Antitrust Laws
- Is the Environmental Citizen Suit Dead? An Examination of the Erosion of Standards of Justiciability for Environmental Citizen Suits
- Whose Team Am I on Anyway? Musings of a Public Defender about Drug Treatment Court Practice
- Queer Law 2000--Current Issues in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Law
In Depth Reading
Volume 26 Issue 3
Discusses child welfare law in families with lesbian parents, while pushing for constitutional rights for non-legal lesbian parents.
Advocates against proposed post-9/11 rule that would allow immigrants to be arrested and detained without being charged in broadly-defined "emergenc[ies]."
Discusses and predicts how the 9/11 crisis and peoples' reactions to it could have broader implication for social justice issues like foreign policy, racial profiling, and immigration.
Volume 26 Issue 4
Bibliography for important sources related to law and organizing, poverty lawyering, and rebellious lawyering.
Using the history of Cleveland as a case study to propose school reform policies envisioned around racial and socioeconomic integration.
Using feminist theories and strategies to mitigate stereotypes of capital defendants and ensure them fairer process, especially in sentencing.
Volume 26 Issues 1 & 2
Suggests that the antitrust laws provide an important set oftools for those concerned about the impact of a hospital merger on repro-ductive health services.
Analyzes drug treatment court practices from the perspective of a criminal defense attorney practicing within one such court.
Examines the deterioration of jurisdiction in federal courts for environmental citizen suits over the past twenty years, as well as new signs of a reemergence.
Conference transcript discussing legal issues relating to the LGBTQA community, including: police brutality, domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, & civil rights.