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Vol. 48, No. 2, Spring 2013

Cyberbulling and the Innocence Narrative
Andrew Gilden
Abortion and Disgust
Courtney Megan Cahill
Known Unknowns
Jameel Jaffer
The End to an Unspoken Bargain? National Security and Leaks in a Post-Pentagon Papers World
David McCraw and Stephen Gitkow
An Inquiry into the Dynamics of Government Secrecy
Steven Aftergood
Migrant Workers’ Remittances, Citizenship, and the State: The Case of El Salvador
Joshua David Marcin


Vol. 48, No. 1, Winter 2013

Beyond “Life and Liberty”: The Evolving Right to Counsel
John D. King
Transgender People, Intimate Partner Abuse, and the Legal SystemColloquium Page
Leigh Goodmark
American Gangsters: RICO, Criminal Syndicates, and Conspiracy Law as Market Control
Benjamin Levin
Plata v. Brown and Realignment: Jails, Prisons, Courts, and Politics
Margo Schlanger
The Return of the Medical Model: Disease and the Meaning of Imprisonment from John Howard to Brown v. Plata
Jonathan Simon
The Trauma of the Incarceration Experience
Mika’il DeVeaux
Giving Casey Its Bite Back: The Role of Rational Basis Review in Undue Burden Analysis
Emma Freeman
Organizing for Structural Change: The Potential and Promise of Worker Centers
Rebecca J. Livengood
Editorial Board


Vol. 47, No. 2, Spring 2012

Who Will Supervise the Supervisors? Establishing Liability for Failure to Train, Supervise, or Discipline Subordinates in a Post Iqbal/Connick World
Rosalie Berger Levinson
Passion and Reason in Labor
Brishen Rogers
The State of Progressive Constitutional Theory: The Paradox of Constitutional Democracy and the Project of Political Justification – Colloquium Page
Nimer Sultany
The United States Supreme Court Adopts a Reasonable Juvenile Standard in J.D.B. v. North Carolina for Purposes of the Miranda Custody Analysis: Can a More Reasoned Justice System for Juveniles Be Far Behind? – Colloquium Page
Marsha Levick and Elizabeth-Ann Tierney
Graham v. Florida and a Juvenile’s Right to Age-Appropriate Sentencing – Colloquium Page
Martin Guggenheim
The Legal Significance of Adolescent Development on the Right to Counsel: Establishing the Constitutional Right to Counsel for Teens in Child Welfare Matters and Assuring a Meaningful Right to Counsel in Delinquency Matters – Colloquium Page
Jennifer K. Pokempner, Riya Saha Shah, Mark F. Houldin, Michael J. Dale, and Robert G. Schwartz
“All of the Mysticism of Police Expertise”: Legalizing Stop-and-Frisk in New York, 1961-1968
Josh Segal


Vol. 47, No. 1, Winter 2012

The Case for Local Constitutional Enforcement – Colloquium Page
Kathleen Morris
The Right to Comprehensive Educational Opportunity – Colloquium Page
Michael Rebell
Subprime: Why a Free and Democratic Society Needs Law
Joseph Singer
Property and Identity
Nestor Davidson
The Role of Labor Law in Challenging English-Only Policies
Lauren M. Weinstein
The Economic-Liberty Approach to the First Amendment: A Story of Pornography
Victoria Baranetsky
Case Comment, Michigan v. Bryant, 131 S. Ct. 1143 (2011)
Michael Noveck


Vol. 46, No. 2, Summer 2011


Trafficking, Prostitution, and Inequality
Catharine A. MacKinnon

A Free Irresponsible Press: Wikileaks and the Battle over the Soul of the Networked Fourth Estate
Yochai Benkler

Litigation and Democracy: Restoring a Realistic Prospect of Trial 
Stephen B. Burbank & Stephen N. Subrin

The Costs of Reproduction: History and the Legal Construction of Sex Equality
Deborah Dinner

The Exclusion of Non-English-Speaking Jurors: Remedying a Century of Denial of the Sixth Amendment in the Federal Courts of Puerto Rico
Jasmine B. Gonzales Rose

Emotions in the Mobilization of Rights
Kathryn Abrams

Habeas Corpus in Three Dimensions: Dimension I: Habeas Corpus as a Common Law Writ
Eric M. Freedman


Distributive Consequences of the Medical Model
Jonathan L. Koenig

Borderline Constitutionalism: Reconstructing and Deconstructing Judicial Justifications for Constitutional Distortion in the Border Region
Philip Mayor


Vol. 46, No. 1, Winter 2011

Rethinking the Fourth Amendment: Race, Citizenship, and the Equality Principle
Bennett Capers

Sexual Judgments: Full Faith and Credit and the Relational Character of Legal Sex
David B. Cruz

Searching for Harm: Same-Sex Marriage and the Well-Being of Children
Courtney G. Joslin

Willing Suspects and Docile Defendants: The Contradictory Role of Consent in Criminal Procedure
Nirej Sekhon

Equality by Other Means: The Substantive Foundations of the Vagueness Doctrine
Tammy W. Sun

A Sunny Deposition: How the In Forma Pauperis Statute Provides an Avenue for Indigent Prisoners to Seek Depositions Without Accompanying Fees
Shon R. Hopwood

The “Most Deserving” of Death: The Narrowing Requirement and the Proliferation of Aggravating Factors in Capital Sentencing Statutes
Chelsea Creo Sharon

Dangerous Deference: The Supreme Court of Canada in Canada v. Khadr
David Rangaviz


Kicked to the Curb: Ugly Law Then and Now
Susan Schweik


Vol. 45, No. 2, Summer 2010

Reputation in a Networked World: Revisiting the Social Foundations of Defamation Law
David S. Ardia

Introduction to the Symposium: The Jena Six, the Prosecutorial Conscience, and the Dead Hand of History
Andrew E. Taslitz and Carol Steiker

Body and Soul: Equality, Pregnancy, and the Unitary Right to Abortion
Jennifer S. Hendricks

Discretionary Pricing, Mortgage Discrimination, and the Fair Housing Act
Robert G. Schwemm and Jeffrey L. Taren

The Emerging Criminal War on Sex Offenders
Corey Rayburn Yung

Following the Bright Line of Michigan v. Summers: A Cause for Concern for Advocates of Bright-Line Fourth Amendment Rules
Amir Hatem Ali

Discriminatory Intent Reconsidered: Folk Concepts of Intentionality and Equal Protection Jurisprudence
Julia Kobick

The Internet and Press Freedom
Jonathan Zittrain

In Defense of Dignity
Andrew Friedman and Deborah Axt

Pulling Teeth: The State of Mandatory Immigration Detention
Geoffrey Heeren

Today’s Deliberate Indifference: Providing Attention Without Providing Treatment to Prisoners with Serious Medical Needs
Joel H. Thompson


Vol. 45, No. 1, Winter 2010

Immigration as Invasion: Sovereignty, Security, and the Origins of the Federal Immigration Power
Matthew J. Lindsay

Intragroup Discrimination in the Workplace: The Case for “Race Plus”
Enrique Schaerer

The Evolution and Limits of Title IX Doctrine on Peer Sexual Assault
Grayson Sang Walker

Northwest Austin Municipal Utility District Number One v. Holder
Randall T. Adams

Ricci v. DeStefano
Luke Appling

Forest Grove School District v. T.A.
Emily Blumberg

No One Leaves: Community Mobilization as a Response to the Foreclosure Crisis in Massachusetts
Nicholas Hartigan

Working With Clients to Develop Compatible Visions of What It Means to “Win” a Case: Reflections on Schroer v. Billington
Sharon M. McGowan

The Measure of a Society: The Treatment of Unaccompanied Refugee and Immigrant Children in the United States
Wendy Young & Megan McKenna


Vol. 44, No. 2, Summer 2009

Introduction to the Symposium: The Jena Six, the Prosecutorial Conscience, and the Dead Hand of History
Andrew E. Taslitz & Carol Steiker
The Law of the Noose: A History of Latino Lynching
Richard Delgado
Burning Shoes and the Spirit World: The Charade of Neutrality
Frank H. Wu
The Hangman’s Noose and the Lynch Mob: Hate Speech and the Jena Six
Jeannine Bell
The Jena Six and the History of Racially Compromised Justice in Louisiana
Gabriel J. Chin
Judging Jena’s D.A.: The Prosecutor and Racial Esteem
Andrew E. Taslitz
Race-ing Prosecutors’ Ethics Codes
Ellen S. Podgor
The Jena Six, Mass Incarceration, and the Remoralization of Civil Rights
Joseph E. Kennedy
You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby: Two Waves of Juvenile Justice Reforms as Seen from Jena, Louisiana
Sara Sun Beale
Restorative Justice in Schools: Learning from Jena High School
Cara Suvall
Confronting Racial Disparity: Legislative Responses to the School-to-Prison Pipeline
Tona M. Boyd
Separate and Unequal: The Disparate Impact of School-Based Referrals to Juvenile Court
Heather Cobb
On Responsible Prosecutorial Discretion
Kerala Thie Cowart


Vol. 44, No. 1, Winter 2009

1 Voter Fraud or Voter Defrauded? Highlighting an Inconsistent Consideration of Election Fraud
Jocelyn Friedrichs Benson
43 Policing, Race, and Place
I. Bennett Capers
79 Churches as First Amendment Institutions: Of Sovereignty and Spheres
Paul Horwitz
133 From Madness to Method: The Americans with Disabilities Act Meets the Internet
Ali Abrar & Kerry J. Dingle
173 Exporting Miranda: Protecting the Right Against Self-Incrimination when U.S. Officers Perform Custodial Interrogations Abroad
Fred Medick
197 Boumediene v. Bush: Legal Realism and the War on Terror
Megan Gaffney
213 Cruel and Unusual? The Bifurcation of Eighth Amendment Inquiries After Baze v. Rees
Mark B. Samburg
231 A House Divided: The Invisibility of the Multiracial Family
Angela Onwuachi-Willig & Jacob Willig-Onwuachi
255 Networks and Norms: Social Justice Lawyering and Social Capital in Post-Katrina New Orleans
John N. Tye & Morgan W. Williams
Editorial Board


Vol. 43, No. 2, Summer 2008

289 Straddling the Civil-Criminal Divide: A Bifurcated Approach to Understanding the Nature of Immigration Removal Proceedings
Peter L. Markowitz
353 Insular Individualism: Employment Discrimination Law After Ledbetter v. Goodyear
Tristin K. Green
385 The Congressional Record Underlying the 2006 Voting Rights Act: How Much Discrimination Can the Constitution Tolerate?
Kristen Clarke
435 Government Data Mining: The Need for a Legal Framework
Fred H. Cate
491 Race at the Pivot Point: The Future of Race-Based Policies to Remedy De Jure Segregation After Parents Involved in Community Schools
Jonathan Fischbach, Will Rhee, and Robert Cacace
539 The Collateral Consequences of Seeking Order Through Disorder: New York’s Narcotics Eviction Program
Scott Duffield Levy
581 Equal Before the Law: Toward a Restoration of Gideon’s Promise
David A. Simon
595 Rethinking Legal Education
Erwin Chemerinsky
599 Teach Justice
Steve Sheppard
605 Legal Learning for Life: Legal Immersion Fluency Education (LIFE)
Beth D. Cohen
611 Step Away from the Case Book: A Call for Balance and Integration in Law School Pedagogy
Kathryn M. Stanchi
615 Actually Begin to Satisfy ABA Standards 211(a) and 212(a): Eliminate Race and Sex Bias in Legal Education
Morrison Torrey
619 Slay the Three-Headed Demon!
Peggy Cooper Davis
625 “Majors” in Law? A Dissenting View
Michael A. Olivas
629 Eighteen or Thirty, But Not Twenty-Two
John Henry Schlegel
633 Who’s Learning What? Toward a participatory legal pedagogy
E. Tammy Kim
639 The Joy of Judging
Hon. LaDoris H. Cordell (Ret.)
645 Reform at the Micro Level: Planning for a Life in the Law
Jennifer Gerarda Brown
Editorial Board

Vol. 43, No. 1, Winter 2008

1 Is Acquisition Everything? Protecting the Rights of Occupants Under the Fair Housing Act
Rigel C. Oliveri
65 The Tyranny of the Minority: Jim Crow and the Counter-Majoritarian Difficulty
Gabriel J. Chin & Randy Wagner
127 Trampling Whose Rights? Democratic Majority Rule and Racial Minorities: A Response to Chin and Wagner
Taunya Lovell Banks
165 Rereading the National Bank Act’s “At Pleasure” Provision: Preserving the Civil Rights of Thousands of Bank Employees
Miriam Jacks Achtenberg
183 Aging Out of Foster Care: Towards a Universal Safety Net for Former Foster Care Youth
Melinda Atkinson
213 Hein v. Freedom From Religion Foundation: Sitting This One Out – Denying Taxpayer Standing to Challenge Faith-Based Funding
Lauren S. Michaels
257 Correlative Rights and the Boundaries of Freedom: Protecting the Civil Rights of Endangered Women
Diane L. Rosenfeld
267 Maximal Safety, Minimal Intrusion: Monitoring Civil Protective Orders Without Implicating Privacy
Leah Satine
271 A Racial Justice Perspective on Monitoring Domestic Violence Offenders Using GPS Systems
Alanna Buchanan
277 Domestic Violence Defendants’ Jury Trial Rights in GPS Monitoring
Fred Medick
281 Applying the Lessons of GPS Monitoring of Batterers to Sex Offenders
Pamela Foohey
285 GPS Monitoring and Constitutional Rights
Zoila Hinson
Editorial Board

Vol. 42, No. 2, Summer 2007

259 Latino Inter-Ethnic Employment Discrimination and the “Diversity” Defense
Tanya Katerí Hernández
317 Pluralism: A Principle for Children’s Rights
Holning Lau
373 Roe Rage: Democratic Constitutionalism and Backlash
Robert Post, Reva Siegel
435 Backlash’s Travels
Cass R. Sunstein
451 Trademark Law and Free Speech: Protection for Scandalous and Disparaging Marks
Regan Smith
483 Next-Generation Sex Offender Statutes: Constitutional Challenges to Residency, Work, and Loitering Restrictions
Chiraag Bains
501 My Life Before and After HB 1059
Lori Sue Collins
513 Challenging the Banishment of Registered Sex Offenders from the State of Georgia: A Practitioner’s Perspective
Sarah Geraghty
531 Exile at Home: The Unintended Collateral Consequences of Sex Offender Residency Restrictions
Richard Tewksbury
541 Judicial Recognition of the Harms of Slavery: Consumer Fraud as an Alternative to Reparations Litigation
Tara Kolar Ramchandani
557 Doe v. Kamehameha: Section 1981 and the Future of Racial Preferences in Private Schools
Christopher W. Schmidt
569 The Role of Community-Based Clinical Legal Education in Supporting Public Interest Lawyering
Robert Greenwald
573 Indigent Defendants and Enemy Combatants: Developing Prototypes for National Security Cases
James Klein
577 In Defense of Children
Patricia Puritz
Editorial Board

Vol. 42, No. 1, Winter 2007

1 Lawrence v. Texas and the Limits of the Criminal Law
Adil Ahmad Haque
45 Impunity: Sexual Abuse in Women’s Prisons
Kim Shayo Buchanan
89 “This Is Happening in Our Country”: Two Testimonials of Survivors of Prison Rape
Hope H., Brenda L.
99 The Immigrant Rights Marches of 2006 and the Prospects for a New Civil Rights Movement
Kevin R. Johnson, Bill Ong Hing
139 Veritas, Not Vengeance: An Examination of the Evidentiary Rules for Military Commissions in the War Against Terrorism
Eun Young Choi
191 If You Cannot Afford a Lawyer: Assessing the Constitutionality of Massachusetts’s Reimbursement Statute
Kate Levine
223 Samson v. California: Tearing Down a Pillar of Fourth Amendment Protections
Robert Cacace
239 Jones v. City of Los Angeles: A Moral Response to One City’s Attempt To Criminalize, Rather than Confront, Its Homelessness Crisis
Sarah Gerry
253 Confronting the Myth of Choice: Homelessness and Jones v. City of Los Angeles
Tanene Allison
Editorial Board

Vol. 41, No. 2, Summer 2006

Symposium: Pro Se Litigation Ten Years After AEDPA
289 Foreword
Breaking the Silence: Legal Scholarship as Social Change
Jocelyn Simonson
299 The Great Unobtainable Writ: Indigent Pro Se Litigation After the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996
Thomas C. O’Bryant
339 Confronting Mass Imprisonment and Restoring Fairness to Collateral Review of Criminal Cases
Bryan Stevenson
369 “The Power of the Pen”: Jailhouse Lawyers, Literacy, and Civic Engagement
Jessica Feierman
391 A Corrections Quandary: Mental Illness and Prison Rules
Jamie Fellner
413 The Blame Frame: Justifying (Racial) Injustice in America
Jon Hanson & Kathleen Hanson
481 Reconstruction Redux: Rehnquist, Morrison, and the Civil Rights Cases
Francisco M. Ugarte
509 Marital Status as Property: Toward a New Jurisprudence for Gay Rights
Goutam U. Jois
Recent Developments
553 Comfort v. Lynn School Committee: Illustrating the Untapped Potential of an Explicit Link Between Voluntary Desegregation and Local Constitutionalism
Randall L. Jackson
581 Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District: Teaching Intelligent Design in Public Schools
Brenda Lee
591 Book Note
Editorial Board


Vol. 41, No. 1, Winter 2006

1 Weak-Form Judicial Review and “Core” Civil Liberties
Mark Tushnet
23 Rodrigo’s Roundelay: Hernandez v. Texas and the Interest-Convergence Dilemma
Richard Delgado
67 The USA PATRIOT Act and the Submajoritarian Fourth Amendment
Susan N. Herman
133 Defusing the Threat of RFID: Protecting Consumer Privacy Through Technology-Specific Legislation at the State Level
Laura Hildner
177 A Practical Jurisprudence of Values: Re-Writing Lechmere, Inc. v. NLRB
Joshua B. Shiffrin
219 Constitutional Conscience, Constitutional Capacity: The Role of Local Governments in Protecting Individual Rights
Samuel P. Tepperman-Gelfant
Recent Development
265 A “Shrink”-ing Privilege: United States v. Romo and the “Course of Diagnosis Requirement of the Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege
Nicholas Sydow
Editorial Board


Vol. 40, No. 2, Summer 2005

327 Balancing the Right to Protest in the Aftermath of September 11
Christopher Dunn
359 The Future of Community Justice
Adriaan Lanni
407 State, Be Not Proud: A Retributivist Defense of the Commutation of Death Row and the Abolition of the Death Penalty
Dan Markel
481 Unconscious Bias Theory in Employment Discrimination Litigation
Audrey J. Lee
Recent Developments
505 Clark v. Martinez: Limited Statutory Construction Required by Constitutional Avoidance Offers Fragile Protection for Inadmissible Immigrants from Indefinite Detention
Jose Javier Rodriguez
523 Cuno v. DaimlerCrysler: Dormant Commerce Clause Limits State Location Tax Incentives
Veena Iyer
539 United States v. Booker and United States v. Fanfan: The Tireless March of Apprendi and the Intracourt Battle To Save Sentencing Reform
Douglas B. Bloom
Editorial Board


Vol. 40, No. 1, Winter 2005

1 Goodridge in Context
Mary L. Bonauto
71 Intersex Surgery, Female Genital Cutting, and the Selective Condemnation of “Cultural Practices”
Nancy Ehrenreich with Mark Barr
141 The Disabling Impact of Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life Actions
Wendy F. Hensel
197 Protecting the Innocent: The Future of Mentally Disabled Tenants in Federally Subsidized Housing After HUD v. Rucker
Anne C. Fleming
Recent Developments
223 Crawford v. Washington: Confrontation Clause Forbids Admission of Testimonial Out-of-Court Statements Without Prior Opportunity to Cross-Examine
Won Shin
239 Hamdi v. Rumsfeld: Due Process Requires That Detainees Receive Notice and Opportunity To Contest Basis for Detention
Allison Elgart
251 Hiibel v. Sixth Judicial District Court: Stop and Identify Statutes Do Not Violate the Fourth or Fifth Amendments
Shelli Calland
265 Rasul v. Bush: Federal Courts Have Jurisdiction over Habeas Challenges and Other Claims Brought by Gauntanamo Detainees
Meredith B. Osborn
277 Smith v. City of Salem: Title VII Protects Contra-Gender Behavior
Thomas Ling
289 Sosa v. Alvarez-Machain: United States Courts as Forums for Human Rights Cases and the New Incorporation Debate
Benjamin Berkowitz
301 Tennessee v. Lane: Relaxing the Requirements for Civil Rights Legislation
Garrett Yoni Rosenzweig
313 Yarborough v. Alvarado: Self-Incrimination Clause Does Not Require Consideration of Age and Inexperience in the Miranda Custody Context
Tara L. Curtis
Editorial Board