The Fair Housing Act’s Unexpected Potential
Scholar shows how to use fair housing law to combat gentrification’s harms.
Combating AAPI Hate
Scholars discuss ways to recognize and address anti-AAPI sentiment and policies.
Broken Landscapes, Brown Beauty
Law students, lawyers, and academics need to reflect on efforts to make legal academia more inclusive.
Diversity and Exclusion Within Legal Education
Empirical data suggest that law schools must do more to promote inclusion, not just diversity.
Pennsylvania’s Misguided Sentencing Risk-Assessment Reform
New risk-forecasting tool reinforces racial disparities and emphasizes future risk in criminal sentencing.
A CBO for Racial Inequality?
A new oversight agency should monitor the Federal Reserve’s efforts to reduce racial inequality.
Tearing at the Mask of the Administrative State
How should actors within the administrative state grapple with the questions Black Lives Matter poses?
Race Masked in Colorblind Administrative Procedures
The Supreme Court’s administrative law decisions allow racial animus to motivate policy choices.
The Past and Present of Racism in the Administrative State
Creating an anti-racist administrative state requires confronting and dismantling historic, systemic racism.
Racism, Regulation, and the Administrative State
Leading scholars address the ways in which racism pervades the modern administrative state and legal profession.