"Personal laws" in Asia are discriminatory against minority group interests, and particularly exacerbate inequalities experienced by women.
A moral duty and legal obligation should exist for individuals or corporations who have reached a certain level income and economic privilege.
The effect and social costs of deportation on families of lawful permanent residents with criminal convictions.
Other Issues in this Volume
- Justice System and Domestic Violence: Engaging the Case but Divorcing the Victim, The
- Combating the Color-Coded Confinement of Kids: An Equal Protection Remedy
- As Every Schoolboy Knows: Gender, Land, and Native Title in the United States
- Lifting Burdens, Proof, Social Justice, and Public Assistance Administrative Hearings
- Radical King: Perspectives of One Born in the Shadow of a King
- Civil Rights, Immigrants' Rights, Human Rights: Lessons from the Life and Works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Surveillance and Identity Performance: Some Thoughts Inspired by Martin Luther King
- Dr. King and Parents Involved: The Battle for Hearts and Minds