Assesses the outcomes produced for asylees under our current legal framework and offers suggestions for reform.
- Decent Proposal: Exempting Eighteen-to-Twenty-Year-Olds from the Death Penalty, A
- From Surviving to Thriving: An Investigation of Asylee Integration in the United States
- Transforming the Business Corporation into a Religious Association: How Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. Made the Religious Values of Fictional Persons Mean More than the Reproductive Rights of Women
- In Defense of the Eligible Undocumented New Yorker's State Constitutional Right to Public Benefits
- Imposing Injustice: The Prospect of Mandatory Arbitration for Guestworkers
- Creating Meaningful Opportunities for Release: Graham, Miller and California's Youth Offender Parole Hearings
- The Theft of Affordable Housing: How Rent-Stabilized Apartments are Disappearing from Fraudulent Individual Apartment Improvements and What Can be Done to Save Them
- Credit Reporting's Vicious Cycles
In Depth Reading
Volume 40 Issue 1
Argues the Hobby Lobby decision overestimates corporate religious freedom rights and underestimates interests in health care policy and reproductive rights.
We should exempt 18-20-year-olds from the death penalty because of the United States' evolving standards of decency and the science of juvenile development.
The New York State constitution creates a right to public benefits for all needy New Yorkers, regardless of immigration status. State politics gets in the way.
Volume 40 Issue 2
Rent stabilization is an invaluable tool in the fight for NYC affordable housing. But property owners are using a loophole to remove stabilization.
Study of the implementation of California's new Youth Offender Parole Hearing law and recommendations for meaningful opportunity for release from adult prisons.
Mandatory arbitration for guestworkers, a uniquely vulnerable group, will result in class inequality and worse conditions for all workers.
Credit reporting, designed to equalize access to credit across racial and economic lines, instead creates a vicious cycle and reinforces systemic inequalities.