Broad-stroke labels such as “LGBTQI(A)” and “other” send a message that a candidate’s spe- cific identity may not be acknowledged and treated with dignity. The academy and profession are late to join the SOGI data movement and disaggregation.
Critical lawyers envision an architecture that permits cross-boundary relationships, collective action, and a more democratic utilization of law.
Accent discrimination in jury selection harms litigants, criminal defendants, prospective jurors, and the perceived and actual fairness and legitimacy of the courts.
Through the Canons’ tenets—a liberal interpretation with ambiguities resolved in favor of Indigenous groups—Native peoples will be able to achieve any one of the four realms or values articulated by Professor Sproat: cultural integrity, lands and natural resources, social welfare
Other Issues in this Volume
- Special Needs, Special Solutions: Using Title II of the ADA and Behavioral Supports To Protect Students With Disabilities From Arrests
- Is It Possible to be An Ethical Public Defender?
- Post-Colonial Constitutionalism
- Appendix: Elie Hirschfeld Symposium on Racial Justice in the Child Welfare System Transcript
- Disabling Inequity: How the Social Model of Disability Resists Barriers to Social Security Disability Benefits
- Earned Rights
- Door-To-Door Democracy: Expanding Canvassing Rights to Promote Democratic Participation
- Booked but Can’t Read: “Functional Literacy,” National Citizenship, and The New Face of Dred Scott in the Age of Mass Incarceration
- Misclassified Workers and Antitrust Federalism: Local Pathways to Unionization
- Recommendations for Institutional and Governmental Management of Gender Information
- Miller in Federal District Court: What the Stories of Six Juvenile Lifers Reveal About the Need for New Federal Juvenile Sentencing Policy
- Lies, Damn Lies, and Federal Indian Law: The Ethics of Citing Racist Precedent in Contemporary Federal Indian Law