Volume 9

Vol. 9 No. 1 – Fall 2009


The Mass Incarceration Crisis as an Opportunity to Rethink Blame
Brian J. Foley

Mass Imprisonment, Crime Rates, and the Drug War: A Penological and Humanitarian Disgrace
Steven B. Duke

Enumerating Inequality: The Constitution, the Census Bureau, and the Criminal Justice System
Becky Pettit

A Jurisprudence of Nonviolence
Yxta Maya Murray

Notes & Comments

The Ends Justify the Means: Recycling Disparate Treatment Facts in Contemporaneous Hostile Work Environment Claims
Christopher Barrett

Vol. 9 No. 2 – Spring 2010


Demonizing the “Enemy”: The Role of “Science” in Declaring the “War on Prisoners”
Craig Haney

The Role of Prosecutorial Discretion in Immigration Law
Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia

Remedying a Lose-Lose Situation: How “No Win, No Fee” Can Incentivize Post-Conviction Relief for the Wrongly Convicted
Elina Tetelbaum

American Agrarianism’s Answers to the Nation’s (In)Securities
James Phillips

Notes & Comments

Aligning Cyber-World Censorship with Real-World Censorship
Jacob Werrett

Transgendered Plaintiffs in Title VII Suits: Why the Schroerv. Billington Approach Makes Sense
Navah C. Spero