Volume 6

Vol. 6 No. 1 


Five Years After the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks: Are New Sedition Laws Needed to Capture Suspected Terrorists in The United States? by Joshua Azriel, PhD

The Limits of Outsourcing: Ethical Responsibilities of Federal Government Attorneys Advising Executive Branch Officials by Neil M. Peretz

Notes & Comments

Fast-Tracking United States v. Booker: Why Judges Should Not Fix Fast Track Disparities by Albert Llosas Barrueco

The Day Laborer Debate: Small Town, U.S.A. Takes on Federal Immigration Law Regarding Undocumented Workers by Margaret Hobbins

The Ineffectiveness of Capped Damages in Cases of Employment Discrimination: Solutions Toward Deterrence by Vanessa Ruggles

Vol. 6 No. 2 


Rethinking the Scope and Impact of Poverty in the United States by Mark R. Rank

Keeping it in Context: Earned Income Tax Credit Compliance and Treatment of the Working Poor by Stephen D. Holt

Free Speech Doctrine in American Political Culture: A Critical Legal Geography of Cultural Politics by Mark Kessler

Before and After the White Man: Indian Women, Property, Progress, and Power by Kathleen A. Ward

Notes & Comments

Just Compensation Standards and Eminent Domain Injustices: An Underexamined Connection and Opportunity for Reform by Marisa Fegan

The Fairness Doctrine as an Alternative to Enforcing the Ban on Political Intervention by Churches by Vickramjit Sharma

Summary Dissolution: Is Connecticut’s Current System as Effective as it Should Be? by Honorable Lloyd Cutsumpas & B. Moses Vargas

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