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Editor’s Preface, Vol. 77, No. 1 (Spring 2020)

By Meredith O’Harris, Editor in Chief & Nathan Goetting, Articles Editor Download

Navigating Miller v. Alabama with COMPAS: How Risk Assessment Instruments Square With a Meaningful Opportunity for Release

By Emily Barber Emily Barber is a juris doctor candidate at Columbia Law School. She is incredibly grateful to Professor Jeffrey Fagan for developing her interest in juvenile justice, and for his insightful feedback throughout the process of writing this article. She would also like to thank the editors of the National Lawyers Guild Review [...]

The Law of Genocide and Indigenous Peoples

Book Review: Laurelyn Whitt and Alan W. Clarke,North American Genocides: Indigenous Nations, Settler Colonialism, and International Law (Cambridge U. Press, 2019). By Matthew L.M. Fletcher Matthew L.M. Fletcher is Professor of Law & Director of the Indigenous Law & Policy Center at Michigan State University College of Law. Download

How Politics Inform Law

Book Review: Jack Jackson, Law Without Future: Anti-Constitutional Politics and the American Right (U. Penn. Press, 2019). By Michael Avery Michael Avery is Emeritus Professor, Suffolk Law School, and a former president of the National Lawyers Guild. Download

The Second Amendment Hustle

By Nathan Goetting Nathan Goetting is Professor of Criminal Justice & Jurisprudence at Adrian College and Articles Editor for NLGR. This essay has been adapted from a response to a speech by NRA attorney Stephen P. Halbrook. It was delivered at the invitation of the Toledo Student Chapter of the Federalist Society, after which both [...]