- Diversity, Democracy and White Racial Identity: Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, by Osamudia R. James
- The Legal Services NYC Strike: Neoliberalism, Austerity and Resistance, by Tyler Kasperek Somes
- The International Criminal Court and Lubanga: The Feminist Critique and Jus Cogens, by Eric Allen Engle
- Work Like A Dog: Expanding Animal Cruelty Statutes to Gain Human Rights for Migrant Farmworkers in the U.S., by Margaret Shikibu
Resources & Publications
In November 2012, Washington and Colorado became the first states—and the first jurisdictions in the world—to legalize the possession, use, and regulated distribution of marijuana. Although Attorney General Eric Holder promised in March 2013 to announce a Department of Justice policy to address the state initiatives, the White House has yet to take a position. This shifting legal terrain is the subject of “High Crimes: Strategies to Further Marijuana Legalization Initiatives,” a new report by the National Lawyers Guild (NLG).