Describes 13th amendment, analyzes major jurisprudence, and proposes ways to use it to address peristing inequality.
This essay discusses how individual cases can inform systematic change, and the practice of preventative law in the medical-legal partnership realm.
The author reviews his early years at MALDEF to review how he used impact litigation to achieve wider-reaching impact than he originally understood.
This essay argues for viewing incarcerees as part of shared humanity of both incarcerated person and the person to whom harm has been done.
The following is an edited and footnoted transcript of the keynote address of the 2013 Review of Law and Social Change Annual Alumni Reception. The lecture was delivered at New York University School of Law on April 17, 2013. Ms.
Other Issues in this Volume
- Activating a Brady Pretrial Duty to Disclose Favorable Information: From the Mouths of Supreme Court Justices to Practice
- When the Government Holds the Purse Strings But Not the Purse: Brady, Giglio, and Crime Victim Compensation Funds
- Reflections on the Brady Violations in Milke v. Ryan: Taking Account of Risk Factors for Wrongful Conviction
- The Right to Defense Discovery in Plea Bargaining Fifty Years After Brady v. Maryland