Aborting the Right to Abortion
A leaked draft of a Supreme Court opinion turns the national debate over Roe v. Wade on its head.
Does Subregulatory Guidance Protect Students’ Civil Rights?
In this week’s Saturday Seminar, we collect scholarship on the effectiveness of the Department of Education’s policy guidance.
Religious Freedom on Death Row
A recent U.S. Supreme Court case highlights death row inmates’ contested religious rights at executions.
Ending the Virtual School-to-Prison Pipeline
Civil rights attorney examines legal issues presented by virtual school disciplinary policies.
Regulation and Disability Rights
Leading scholars discuss disability regulation’s accomplishments along with lingering needs.
The Next Wave of Disability Law
The future of disability antidiscrimination efforts should account for pervasive and normative biases.
Tearing at the Mask of the Administrative State
How should actors within the administrative state grapple with the questions Black Lives Matter poses?
Why the Equality Act Remains Important to LGBTQ Equality
A Supreme Court victory is the beginning, not the end, of the fight against anti-LGBTQ discrimination.
Changes to Universities’ Sexual Assault Tribunals May Be Here to Stay
Education Department is planning to make significant reforms to Title IX regulations.
Rebooting Justice for Inmate Litigants
Suggested legal system reform could help inmates pursue civil rights claims.
The Rise of Arbitration and the Fall of Employment Claims
Recent research suggests mandatory arbitration clauses have undermined employment rights.
Continuing to Trade One Form of Discrimination for Another
The Supreme Court again decries one form of discrimination while upholding another.