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Editor’s Preface – Vol. 78, No. 3 (Fall 2022)

Editor’s Preface By Dalia Fuleihan The Trump Administration’s judicial appointments had a devastating effect on courts across the country. Across the board, we are seeing courts leaning to the right and failing to defend fundamental rights. While litigation should not be the main mechanism to achieve change, it has at times provided a useful avenue [...]

Frustrated Federalism: Daimler v. Bauman And The Entrenchment Of Supranational Corporate Sovereignty

By Jake Romm Jake Romm is a writer and human rights lawyer working mainly on behalf of Guantanamo Bay detainees. His writing has appeared in Opinio Juris, The International Criminal Law Review, Inkstick Media, The Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere.

Invitation Accepted: Challenging Anti-Education Laws at the Intersection of Critical Race Theory, Academic Freedom, and Labor Rights

By Simon X. Cao Before earning his J.D. from Penn State Law at University Park, Simon worked as a staff representative for a teachers union in New Mexico for over five and a half years. Simon is grateful to the National Lawyers Guild Review staff for their patience and guidance in making this article a [...]

Racial Reckoning in a ‘White Utopia'” Oregon’s 2021 Criminal Justice Reform Bills

By Sierra Paola Sierra Paola graduated from Gonzaga University School of Law in 2022 and is currently a law clerk with the US Department of Labor Office of Administrative Law Judges. Acknowledgments: I would like to thank Professor Erin Carr for her guidance on this paper. I would also like to thank my grandparents Beverly [...]