The Harbinger: Volume 41

February 1, 2017

LIFE IS NOT LINEAR: An Interview with Attorney Kat Choi of Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles

Victoria Yee

December 19, 2016

Labor Rights for Platform Workers: A Response to Social Change’s 2016 Symposium

Naomi B. Sunshine

December 8, 2016

Disrupting Unjust Disability Denials: An Interview with Mika Aoyama of the Disability Advocacy Project

Roxane Picard

RESPONSE to Beth Caldwell, Creating Meaningful Opportunities for Release: Graham, Miller and California’s Youth Offender Parole Hearings , 40 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 245 (2016)

December 8, 2016

The Role of the Crime at Juvenile Parole Hearings: A Response to Beth Caldwell’s Creating Meaningful Opportunities for Release

Sarah Russell

November 23, 2016

“The Importance of Family Defense”

Matthew I. Fraidin

RESPONSE to Lindsay M. Harris, From Surviving to Thriving? An Investigation of Asylee Integration in the United States , 40 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 29 (2016)

November 22, 2016

A Duty to Protect, But Not to Provide: Bringing the American Dream Within Reach of Asylees in the U.S.

Heather L. Scavone

November 21, 2016

STRIKING TO SAVE LEGAL SERVICES: Interview with Jota Borgmann and Brian Sullivan of MFY Legal Services

Brandon Davis

November 14, 2016

#CanYouHearUsNow: Moving Muslim Women’s Voices from Margin to Center in 2016

Linda Sarsour

August 10, 2016

#SayHerName: Racial Profiling and Police Violence Against Black Women”

Andrea J. Ritchie

RESPONSE to Nicole Hallet, From the Picket Line to the Courtroom: A Labor Organizing Privilege to Protect Workers, 39 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 475 (2015)

July 25, 2016

In Response to “From the Picket Line to the Courtroom: A Labor Organizing Privilege to Protect Workers” by Nicole Hallet

Moshe Z. Marvit

RESPONSE to Brooks Emanuel, North Carolina’s Failure to Perform Comparative Proportionality Review: Violating the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments by Allowing the Arbitrary and Discriminatory Application of the Death Penalty, 39 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 419 (2015)

July 9, 2016

As Compared with What? A Response to Brooks Emanuel’s Critique of North Carolina’s Comparative Proportionality Review

Jacob H. Sussman

July 8, 2016

Reaction to Montgomery v. Louisiana: The Supreme Court Offers Hope to Juveniles Sentenced to Die in Prison, and a Little to Adults as Well

Brandon Buskey

July 7, 2016

Montgomery v Louisiana: Providing Some Hope to Inmates

Stephen M. Nickelsburg, Adam C. Goldstein, Emily Maw, and Keith Nordyke

July 7, 2016

Reimagining the Throwaway Kid

Megan G. Crane, Shobha L. Mahadev & Scott F. Main

June 29, 2016

The Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt Oral Argument: A Roundtable Discussion with Members of NYU Law Students for Reproductive Justice