Using the frame of client-centered lawyering, lawyers representing H-2A temporary workers in civil litigation can employ various methods to ensure that their clients are not again relegated to an outsider status.
Federal employment law should expand beyond the group-based protections established in Title VII to protect and promote an employee’s authentic self in the workplace.
Executive Order 157 embodies a troubling trend toward state condemnation of disfavored political opinion and its clear disregard for constitutional mandates urges legal challenge.
Notwithstanding some unfavorable precedents, a long line of First Amendment decisions on picketing, boycotts, and other pro-test speech require the Court to dismantle the statutory restrictions, even as narrowed by the appellate courts and the NLRB.
Other Issues in this Volume
- Speaking Truth to Power: An Analysis of American Truth-Telling Efforts vis-à-vis the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission
- Saving Campaign-Finance Reform Without Amending the Constitution: The Promise of the Forgotten Petition Clause of the First Amendment
- Slave Narratives and Sentencing Court
- Dignifying Participation
- "You Can't Be Here": The Homeless and the Right to Remain in Public Space
- Exploring the Role of Lawyers in Supporting the Reproductive Justice Movement
- “Beyond Rational Belief”: Evaluating Health-Justified Abortion Restrictions After Whole Woman’s Health
- The Surveillance Gap: The Harms of Extreme Privacy and Data Marginalization