(Un)Equal Pay for Equal Work
Scholars examine regulatory approaches to achieving pay equity.
Is the Foster Care System Worth Fostering?
Scholars explore the efficacy of the existing American foster care system.
Freedom From Compelled Pregnancy and Childbirth
Scholar argues that the First Amendment guarantees the right to abortion.
A terrible trio of Supreme Court cases from last term illustrates the need for judicial reform, which can occur through several options.
Targeting Families to Regulate Migration
Scholars argue the United States continues to target families as part of its immigration enforcement.
Digital Privacy in the Post-Dobbs Landscape
Following the Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade, experts discuss abortion-related data privacy concerns.
Legislators as Defendants but Not as Plaintiffs
The Supreme Court increased potential intervening defendants when it implicitly protected voter ID laws.
Court Allows Administration to End “Remain in Mexico”
DHS has discretion to end its policy requiring noncitizens to wait in Mexico pending their immigration proceedings.
Firearms Regulation through Constitutional Litigation
The Supreme Court applies a contested history of firearms regulation to evaluate the constitutionality of firearms restrictions.
Constitutional Commitments to Aspirational Principles
The majority’s reasoning in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health entrenches the historical failures of the United States.
Increasing Access to Credit in Communities of Color
Updating the Community Reinvestment Act to promote special purpose credit programs could improve equity in credit and lending.
Solving the Problem of Prison Gerrymandering
The U.S. Census Bureau should count incarcerated people where they are from—not where they are incarcerated.