Friday, May 26, 2017


January 2013 Updates

32 articles in 19 categories were posted in January.  You can find the articles at

The articles are listed below by category:

Category Title
Africa Legal Tradition and Transitional Justice in Uganda
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Civil Justice Why Congress's Attempt to Cover Torts Committed by Indian Tribal Contractors with the FTCA Hurts the Government and the Tribes
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Criminal Justice Can criminal laws improve existing black markets?
  How the Equal Protection Clause Can Change Discriminatory Stop and Frisk Policies
  Lawsuits as Information: Prisons, Courts, and a Troika Model of Petition Harms
  The Evidence of Things Not Seen : Non-matches as Evidence of Innocence
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Economic Issues Debt and Discipline: Neoliberal Political Economy and the Working Classes
  Payday Peonage: Thirteenth Amendment Implications in Payday Lending
  Race, Markets, and Hollywood's Perpetual Antitrust Dilemma
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Employment Issues Disparate Treatment and Disparate Impact of the “Currently Employed” Requirement
  Employing the Presidential Executive Order and the Law to Provide Integrated Conflict Management Systems and Adr Processes: the Proposed National Employment Dispute Resolution Act (Nedra)
  In Search of a Second Chance: Reconsidering Occupational Licensing Restrictions on Felons
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Europe How Britain Treats Its Black Academics
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Gender How U.S. Policy Denies Indian Women Bodily Autonomy and the SAVE Native Women Act's Attempt to Reverse That Policy
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Health Care Patients' Racial Preferences and the Medical Culture of Accommodation
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Human Rights International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination
  Right to Social Security Under International Human Rights Law
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Immigration “Alien” Litigation as Polity-participation: the Positive Power of a “Voteless Class of Litigants”
  Immigration and Civil Rights: Is the “New” Birmingham the Same as the “Old” Birmingham?
  The Curious Relationship Between “Self-deportation” Policies and Naturalization Rates
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Indigenous Peoples Indigenous Peoples and Epistemic Injustice: Science, Ethics, and Human Rights
  Inextricably Political: Race, Membership, and Tribal Sovereignty
  The Use of the Alaskan Native Claims Settlement Act to Justify Disparate Treatment of Alaska's Tribes
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Juvenile Justice Criminalizing Normal Adolescent Behavior in Communities of Color: The Role of Prosecutors in Juvenile Justice Reform
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Language and English Only What's wrong with English-Only?
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Law and Justice 2nd Amendment Passed to Protect Slavery? No!
  Beyond Identities: the Limits of an Antidiscrimination Approach to Equality
  Diversity, Colorblindness and the Supreme Court
  Race, the Supreme Court, and the Judicial-institutional Interest in Stability
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Poverty and Welfare Lessons of the Poverty Defense
  The Poverty Defense
  Unearthing the Impact of Institutionalized Racism on Access to Healthy Food in Urban African-american Communities
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Property, Housing and Land Copyright Protection's Challenges and Alaska Natives' Cultural Property
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Protest, Protection and Politics Critical Race Theory & Occupy Wall Street
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Public Facilities Racism on Aisle Two: a Survey of Federal and State Anti-discrimination Public Accommodation Laws
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Voting Rights The First Amendment, Equal Protection, and Felon Disenfranchisement: a New Viewpoint
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Vernellia R. Randall
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The University of Dayton
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