More new scholarship...
Brietta Clark, Getting People to Make The Right Choice Under the ACA, 17 J. Health Care L. & Pol. 3 (2014); Simona Grossi, The Claim-Centered Approach to Arising-Under Jurisdiction: A Brief Rejoinder to Professor Mulligan, 89 Washington L. Rev. 487 (2014); Justin Hughes, Cognitive and Aesthetic Functionality in Trademark Law, 36 Cardozo L. Rev. (2015); Kathleen Kim, Beyond Coercion, 62 UCLA L. Rev. (2015); Kevin Lapp, As Though They Were Not Children: DNA Collection from Juveniles, 89 Tulane L. Rev. 435 (2014); Kevin Lapp, Compulsory DNA Collection and a Juvenile's Best Interests, 14 U. Md. L.J. Race, Rel., Gen. & Class 50 (2014); Jessica Levinson, Taking the Initiative: How to Save Direct Democracy, 18 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. (2015)...
Justin Levitt, The Partisanship Spectrum, 55 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1787 (2014); Eric Miller, Police Encounters with Race and Gender, 5 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. (2015); Eric Miller, Community Control of Police Discretion, 58 Howard L.J. (2015); Yxta Murray, Inflammatory Statehood, 30 Harvard J. on Racial & Ethnic Just. 227 (2014); Alexandra Natapoff, Misdemeanor Decriminalization, 68 Vanderbilt L. Rev. (2015); Alexandra Natapoff, Gideon’s Servants and the Criminalization of Poverty, 11 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. (2015); Alexandra Natapoff, Misdemeanors, 11 Ann. Rev. L. & Soc. Sci. (2015); Priscilla Ocen, (E)racing Childhood: Examining the Racialized Construction of “Childhood” and “Innocence” in the Treatment of Sexually Exploited Minors, 62 UCLA L. Rev. (2015)...
...and still more
Elizabeth Pollman, Team Production Theory and Private Company Boards, 38 Seattle U. L. Rev. 619 (2015); Katherine Pratt, The Limits of Anti-Obesity Public Health Paternalism: Another View, 46 Connecticut L. Rev. 1903 (2014); Georgene Vairo, Is the Class Action Really Dead? Is that Good or Bad for Class Members? 64 Emory L. J. 477 (2014); Kimberly West-Faulcon, Liberty to Subordinate?, 99 Iowa L. Rev. Bull. 153 (2014) ; Lauren Willis, Performance-Based Consumer Law, 82 Univ. of Chicago L. Rev. (2015); Adam Zimmerman, Aggregate Litigation Goes Private, 63 Emory L.J. 1317 (2014)
Critical work on the plight of Black girls
Professor Priscilla Ocen co-authored this important new report with Professors Kimberle Crenshaw and Jyoti Nanda, both at UCLA. The report--Black Girls Matter: Pushed Out, Overpoliced and Underprotected--"examines the various ways that women and girls of color are channeled onto pathways that lead to underachievement and criminalization." The report reveals that Black girls are disproportionately disciplined in school for expressing themselvses, that darker-skinned girls are disciplined more often, and that girls of color are more likely to suffer from sexual harassment.
A Unique Human Rights Law Database
Professor Cesare Romano has launched a first-of-its-kind database that summarizes the decisions of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. By making these sophisticated and searchable summaries publicly available, Professor Romano and the students of the Loyola International & Comparative Law Review have profoundly expanded access to the decisions of this vital international tribunal for scholars and lawyers, with the aim of strengthening human rights law in the Americas.
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