The fantasy exception has failed. It confers only burdens on sexual assault victims and provides no benefit to criminal defendants. North Carolina has served the country well as a laboratory of invention, but the time has come for it to
In generating particular social group jurisprudence that does not allow any applicants to qualify, the Board of Immigration Appeals has abrogated both its legal and moral responsibilities to those seeking refuge in the United States.
And yet this deep, incalculable suffering beyond remedy has never been considered grounds for impeachment because the people who make decisions about what is impeachable will never experience this racism and do not care enough about it. That needs to
Lawyers who are just entering the profession should be trained to understand the history of criminal legal punishment in the United States, how the system impacts people’s lives, and how it might be replaced by a model that emphasizes collective well-being.
Other Issues in this Volume
- U.S. Prisons' Lactose Intolerance: Lactation and Incarcerated Women's Eighth Amendment Right to Breast Pumps
- Beyond the U Visa and Carceral Feminist "Crimmigration": Transforming the VAWA Self-Petition to Remedy Sexual Violence in Immigration Detention
- The Racial Tension Between Underprescription and Overprescription of Pain Medication Amid the Opioid Epidemic
- Envisioning Community Paralegals in the United States: Beginning to Fix the Broken Immigration System
- Reimagining Justice: People v. Charles and the Myth of Justice without Police Accountability in New York City
- Youth Incarceration and Abolition
- Climigration: Creating a National Governance Framework for Climate-Forced Community Relocation
- Mental Health Disabilities and the Criminalization of Houselessness: Challenging Municipal Sit-Lie Ordinances as Disparate Impact Discrimination Under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990