NLG Review

Volume 68, No. 3

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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.

Volume 68, No. 2

Volume 68, Issue No. 2 contains the following articles:

"Legalization of Prostitution is a Violation of Human Rights" by Dianne Post

"Boeing and the NLRB—a Sixty-Four Year-Old Time Bomb Explodes" by Andrew Strom

"Lost in the Debt Ceiling Debate: the Legal Duty to Create Jobs" by Jeanne Mirer and Marjorie Cohn

"Western Complicity in the Crimes of the Ben Ali Regime" by Corinna Mullin and Azadeh Shahshahani

"NLG Mourns the Passing of Debra Evenson" by Heidi Boghosian

"Debra Evenson Award Established by Sugar Law Center" by Jeanne Mirer

Volume 67, No.4

Volume 67, Issue No. 4 contains the following articles:

  • "An Idea of American Indian Land Justice: Examining Native Land Liberation in the New Progressive Era" by Richael Faithful
  • "Power and Privilege: Why Justice Demands More Than Diversity" by Tova Perlmutter
  • "National Lawyers Guild Urges the Release of Human Rights Defenders in Iran" by David Gespass

Volume 67, No. 2

Volume 67, No.2 contains the following articles:

  • "Tribal Court Jurisdiction and Native Nation Economies: Another Trip Down the Rabbit Hole," by Ryan Dreveskracht
  • "We Are Already Dead: The 13th Amendment and the Fight for Workers' Rights after EFCA," by James Gray Pope, Peter Kellman and Ed Bruno
  • "Mega-Corporatism and the Authoritarian State," by Nathan Goetting

Volume 67, No. 1

Volume 67, No. 1 is our "Challenges to Mass Protest" issue. It contains the following articles:

  • "A Lawyer's Guide to the Repression Literature," by Jennifer Earl
  • "A Criminal Mess: New York City's Response to Critical Mass Bicycle Rides, 2004-2010," by Gideon Orion Oliver
  • "Brief of Amicus Curiae, National Lawyers Guild in Support of Petitioners in Kjonaas Et Al v. U.S." by Heidi Boghosian and Zachary Wolfe

Volume 66, No. 3

Volume 66, No. 3 (Fall 2009) contains the following articles:

"Reclaiming the Judiciary: Notes for the Next Supreme Court Nomination" by Zachary Wolfe "Freeing Jane: The Right to Privacy and the World’s Oldest Profession" by Benjamin David Novak "The Radicalism of Legal Positivism" by Brian Leiter "Carlos Alberto Torres—Free, After a Fashion, at Last" by David Gespass Book Review of Freedom for the Thought That We Hate: A Biography of the First Amendment by Nathan Goetting Letter to the Editor by Staughton Lynd


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