Federal courts' prevailing interpretation of Title VII as it relates to religious attire is inconsistent with the law.
- Citizens United and the Paradox of "Corporate Speech": From Freedom of Association to Freedom of the Association
- Birthright Justice: The Attack on Birthright Citizenship and Immigrant Women of Color
- Out of Sight, out of Legal Recourse: Interpreting and Revising Title VII to Prohibit Workplace Segregation Based on Religion
- In Remembrance Of Professor Derrick Bell
- Rethinking Criminal Defense Clinics in Zero-Tolerance Policing Regimes
- If the Convictions Don't Fit, You Must Acquit: Examining the Constitutional Limitations on the State's Pursuit of Inconsistent Criminal Prosecutions
- Language Access Advocacy after Sandoval: A Case Study of Administrative Enforcement outside the Shadow of Judicial Review
- The People's Rights to a Well-Funded Indigent Defender System
- Gender Bias Analysis Version 2.0: Shifting the Focus to Outcomes and Legitimacy
- The Idea of Violence against Women: Lessons from United States v. Jessica Lenahan, the Federal Civil Rights Remedy, and the New York State anti-Trafficking Campaign
- Taking Stock: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the New York State Judicial Committee on Women in the Courts
- In Our Own Backyards: The Need for a Coordinated Judicial Response to Human Trafficking
In Depth Reading
Volume 36 Issue 1
"There is reason to believe that the fiction of the "corporate speaker" runs counter to foundational First Amendment principles."
Derrick Bell was a man of action and vision. His litigation insights, his writing, and his approach to teaching were his weapons. His music, humor, and vision of social justice gave us strength and support. At his core, Derrick embodied
ICE appears to be targeting pregnant women for removal to prevent them from giving birth in the US and ensuring birthright citizenship for their children.
Volume 36 Issue 2
Comparison of successful and unsuccessful equal opportunity workforce diversity initiatives.
Discussion of social movement coalescing around issues of online privacy and obstacles that still remain.
Analysis of current understandings of social enterprise and suggestion of ways to better facilitate its success in the corporate arena.
Discussion of the development, outcome of, and reflections on the Workplace Flexibility 2010 project.
Volume 36 Issue 3
Examination of the Sixth Amendment right to counsel as providing a collective - rather than individual - right, which may provide a check on executive power.
Language access advocacy through administrative procedures as a case study in the efficacy of civil rights enforcement in the absence of judicial review.
Exploration of evolution of defense clinic from individual representation model to combined advocacy approach in light of zero-tolerance policing.
Discussion of problems and potential remedies to inconsistent criminal prosecution at state level.
Volume 36 Issue 4
Discussion of the state of human trafficking law in New York and of the ways courts can provide solutions for victims of trafficking.
Remarks on the status of gender domination in society.
Discussion of the overrepresentation of women in Family Court, and the harm that implicit biases and ideals of motherhood cause women in family law proceedings.
Review of the dynamics of gender-based violence; study of three types of approaches - international, federal, and local - to eliminating violence against women.