VOL. 20.2

We are excited to publish Volume 20.2. See below for specific articles or explore the complete digital version here.

Public Interest Practitioner Section (PIPS)

Collaborating Across the Walls: A Community Approach to Parole Justice by Michelle Lewin, Co-Founder and Coordinator at the Parole Preparation Project, and Nora Carroll, Co-Founder of the Parole Preparation Project and staff attorney at The Legal Aid Society.

Reclaiming Restorative Justice: An Alternate Paradigm for Justice by Shailly Agnihotri, founder and Executive Director of the The Restorative Center, and Cassie Veach, recent graduate of CUNY School of Law.

Community Law Clinics in the Neoliberal City by John Whitlow, Assistant Professor of Law at University of New Mexico School of Law.


Paradoxes of Sovereignty and Citizenship by Hawa K. Allan, Fellow at the Center for the Study of Law and Culture at Columbia Law School.


9/11 and 11/9: The Law, Lives and Lies That Bind by Khaled A. Beydoun, Associate Professor of Law at University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.

In the Shadow of Gaslight: Reflections on Identity, Diversity, and the Distribution of Power in the Academy by Cyra Akila Choudhury, Professor of Law at Florida International University College of Law.

Hopeless Case?: Escaping the Proof Pitfall in Power-Dependent Paradigms by e. christi cunningham, Professor and Director of Education Rights Center at Howard University School of Law.

Normalizing Domination by Atiba R. Ellis, Professor of Law at West Virginia University.

On Race and Persuasion by Janine Young Kim, Professor of Law at Chapman University Fowler School of Law.

The Great American Dilemma: Law and the Intransigence of Racism by Erika Wilson, Assistant Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law.


Police Brutality, the Law & Today’s Social Justice Movement: How the Lack of Police Accountability Has Fueled #Hashtag Activism by Corinthia A. Carter, recent graduate of CUNY School of Law.

Silent Struggle: Constitutional Violations Against the Hearing Impaired in New York State Prisons by Farina Mendelson, Law Clerk at Muldoon, Getz & Reston.

Local Responses to Today’s Housing Crisis: Permanently Affordable Housing Models by Julie Gilgoff, Legal Fellow at Sustainable Economies Law Center.

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