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- Roberto Concepcion Jr., Organizational Citizenship Through Talent Management: An Alternative Framework to Diversity in Private Practice
- Adam J. Bernstein, Retaliatory Litigation Conduct after Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway Company v. White
- Noah Kupferberg, Transparency: A New Role For Police Consent Decrees
- Joshua Fougere, Let’s Try This Again: Reassessing the Right to Bail in Cases of International Extradition
- Andrew Nick, Market Share Liability & Punitive Damages: The Case for Evolution in Tort Law
- Yafang Deng, When Procedure Equals Justice: Facing the Pressing Constitutional Needs of a Criminalized Immigration System
- Rebecca Brown, The Gang’s All Here: Evaluating the Need for a National Gang Database
- Phillip Ellenbogen, Beyond the Border: A Comparative Look at Prison Rape in the United States and Canada
- Jonathan Barron, Amending No Child Left Behind to Prevent School Rezoning and Resegregation: A Response to the Tuscaloosa City Schools
- Jacob Meyer, “Drive-By Jurisdictional Rulings”: The Procedural Nature of Comprehensive-Remedial-Scheme Preclusion in § 1983 Claims
- Daniella Lichtman Esses, Afraid to Be Myself, Even at Home: A Transgender Cause of Action Under the Fair Housing Act
- Matthew Pincus, When Should Interstate Compacts Require Congressional Consent?
- Christine M. O’Neill, Closing the Door on Positive Rights: State Court Use of the Political Question Doctrine to Deny Access to Educational Adequacy Claims
- Leah Godesky, State Attorneys General and Contingency Fee Arrangements: An Affront to the Neutrality Doctrine?