More than 150 years after the Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery, the law of slavery’s reach continues through precedent that undergirds a significant portion of American law.
- State-Court Liability for U.S. Entities Furthering International Harms: Tort Causation & U.S. Financiers of Israeli Settler Organizations Dispossessing Palestinians in Sheikh Jarrah
- Fourth Amendment Balancing and its Disparate Impact
- The Precedential Weight of Slavery
- Would Justice Scalia Think Black Guns Matter?
In Depth Reading
Volume 47 Issue 1
"Black gun ownership and activism have long been important dimensions of civil rights activism and of the Second Amendment. If the Second Amendment is to mean what Justice Scalia says it does, it must mean that Black Guns Matter."
“This Article is animated by solidarity with Palestinian communities resisting Israeli apartheid and with the interconnected struggles of all communities organizing against oppression.”
“Too often, the Court understands the interests at stake in Fourth Amendment cases as purely adversarial. It fails to consider the government has just as much of an interest in protecting individual liberties as it does in detecting and controlling
Volume 47 Issue 2
“A fully operational HB 7 will enable a purge of race scholarship and race scholars in Florida’s colleges and universities, as a result of the law’s targeting of these scholars and their scholarship.”