Scholars examine the legal uncertainty facing Afghan nationals granted humanitarian parole.
Scholars discuss how regulating heat exposure at work could protect workers as temperatures rise.
Report outlines how administrative requirements limit access to the social safety net for people with disabilities.
The Supreme Court rigidly limits governments to simplistic, outdated solutions to firearm violence.
The Supreme Court undercut antidiscrimination law in a case where the key issues were stipulated by the parties, leaving lower courts little guidance in how to apply its ruling.
Scholar argues that criminal supervision alternatives to incarceration too often lead to family separation.
Scholars recommend policies to close valuation gaps and bias in home appraisals.
Civil rights attorney argues that recent Supreme Court religious liberty cases jeopardize antidiscrimination laws.
Scholars evaluate the legacy of Title 42 and discuss the future of U.S. asylum policy.
Scholars debate making changes to child labor regulations to improve protection of youth.
Judy Heumann’s fight for disability rights in the 1970s spawned an enduring, cross-disability movement.
Scholar argues that ERISA limits states’ ability to restrict abortion access.