NLG Review

Volume 71, No. 1

  • 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

Volume 70, No. 4

  • 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

Volume 70, No. 3

"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 Celebrates Founding Members

Continuing our 75th anniversary celebration, the latest issue of the NLG Review chronicles the lives and achievements of founding members including Charles Hamilton Houston, an architect of civil rights legal strategy and a mentor to Thurgood Marshall, Carol Weiss King, a powerful immigration lawyer whose clients included Harry Bridges, and Ferdinand Pecora, whose Great Depression push

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