The Range of Topics
TH, JAN 21
The day after the 2021 Presidential Inauguration, this panel will pick-up on these themes, predictions and concerns with the goal of formulating improvements to the ABA’s Election Administration Guidelines and Commentary.
WD, JAN 27
The new Title IX regulations issued during the Fall of 2020 under the Trump administration have been criticized for leaving gaps in protections for survivors of campus-based gender violence.
TH, JAN 14
A new area of law burgeoning across the globe, including the United States, Dignity Law addresses every important aspect of the human experience, revealing how the law reflects and embraces the equal and inalienable worth of every human being.
“WHY DOES NO ONE LIKE ME?” AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE LAWSUITS CHALLENGING HUD’S 2020 DISPARATE IMPACT RULE
TH, JAN 7
In 2015, the Supreme Court confirmed that disparate impact claims are cognizable. In response to the Court’s ruling, HUD announced its intention to review and revise its existing regulation concerning disparate impact claims.
During February, we will be centering voices of black jurists, attorneys, and law students making a difference in the field. Watch this space for more.
In April, the Journal will be focused on educating our readers on the contributions those of Arab ancestry have made to the legal profession.
All October long, we will be highlighting the many accomplishments of Filipino lawyers, academics, and activists that grace the field.
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Constitution-Free Zones: How the Fourth Amendment Rights of Americans are Violated at and Near the Border
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