- The Challenges of Legal Education in the Neoliberal University by Harold McDougall
- Agents of Change: How Police and the Courts Misuse the Law to Silence Mass Protests by Crystal N. Abbey
- Masking Discrimination: How the "Second Wave" of RFRAs Can Weaken Protections for LGB Individuals by Laura Lane-Steele
Baby Veronica Ruling: Implications for the Indian Child Welfare Act in Indian Child Removals and Adoptions to Non-Indian Custodians by Shannon M. Morris | "Mandatory Detention?" Why the Colloquial Name for for INA § 236(c) is a Misnomer and How Alternatives to Detention Programs Can Fulfill its Custody Requirement by Katie Mullins | More than Just the Last Gay Marriage Case by Nathan Goetting | BOOK REVIEW: Drones and Targeted Killing by David Gespass
- Disgust, Dehumanization, and the Courts’ Response to Sex Offender Legislation by Alexandra Stupple
- 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
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