- Local Government in Michigan: Democracy for the Fortunate Few, by John Philo
- "Anything You Post Online Can and Will be Used Against You in a Court of Law": Criminal Liability and First Amendment Implications of Social Media Expression, by Kathryn R. Taylor
- Stephen Kimber's What Lies Across the Water - the Definitive Study of the Cuban Five, by Arthur Heitzer
- 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
- Enfranchising Native Americans After Shelby County v. Holder: Congress's Duty to Act by Ryan D. Dreveskracht
- It's The Economy, Stupid: Capitalism, Environmental Law, and the Need for Sustainable Economies by Catherine Phillips
- State Execution: A Morally Indefensible Proposition by Alan Clarke & Laurelyn Whitt
- Book Review: The Federalist Society: How Conservatives Took the Law Back from Liberals by David Gespass
"Michigan's Invisible People" by Brendan Beery & Daniel Ray | "Gay Marriage is a Fundamental" Right by Nathan Goetting | "Know Your Rights Manual for the Transgender Community" by National Lawyers Guild San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, et al. | " 'Baton Bullying': Understanding Multi-Aggressor Rotation in Anti-Harassment Cases" by Kris Franklin | "A Supreme Court Ruling That's About Way More Than Preemption" by Nancy D. Polikoff
NLG Review Volume 70, Number 2 includes the following articles:
- Cause of Action: Using International Human Rights Law to Advance Gay Rights by Nathan Madson and Jenny Odegard
- Gay Marriage: Accommodationist Demands Expand the Conception of Human Dignity by Zachary Wolfe
- The Army Goes Spying Along by Heidi Boghosian
- Book Review: The Terror Courts by Alan W. Clarke
- Response to Brett DeGroff's Book Review of The New Jim Crow by Richael Faithful
NLG Review Volume 70, Number 1 includes the following articles:
Brief of Amicus Curiae in Shelby County, Alabama v. Eric H. Holder, Jr., Attorney General, et al. by David Gespass
Book Review: The New Jim Crow by Brett Degroff
Racism & Power: The Inaccessibility of Opportunity in the Educational
System in the United States by Neda N. Brisport
Right-To-Work Laws: History and Fightback by Jeanne Mirer
Inhuman Violence: Indiana’s Nineteenth Century View of Physical Punishment in Public Schools by David W. Frank
NLG Review Volume 69, Number 4 includes the following articles:
- The Future of Diversity by Erwin Chemerinsky
- I Beg Your Pardon: Maintaining the Absolute Ban on Torture Through the Presidential Pardon by Stacy Cammarano
- Social Justice in Turbulent Times: Critical Race Theory and Occupy Wall Street by Nick J. Sciullo
- Toward the Heart of Justice by Richael Faithful
- A review by Anne O'Berry of the book Rendition to Torture
This issue of the NLG Review includes NLG President Azadeh Shahshahani and Professor Corinna Mullin in an exchange about human rights violations with a functionary from Bahrain's Information Affairs Authority.
Volume 69, Issue Number 2 is a special 75th anniversary edition. It includes contemporary profiles of the following founding NLG members:
- Victor Rabinowitz
- Ferdinand Pecora, Who Put "Capitalism on Trial for its Life"
- Barney Rosenstein--the Last Living Founder
- Thomas I. Emerson, Who Held Fast through the Red Scare
- Ben Margolis
- Maurice Sugar
- Charles Hamilton Houston
- Carol Weiss King
Volume 68, Issue Number 3 includes a report from the March 2011 NLG delegation to Tunisia, a brief of amicus curiae in support of Ward Churchill by Cheri J. Deatsch and Heidi Boghosian, and a review by Marjorie Cohn of the book Breeding Ground: Afghanistan and the Origins of Islamist Terrorism.
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