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Featured Articles

  • Vol. 10 No. 3 Foreword - by Dr. Donald F. Tibbs (link)
  • Reforming Policing - by andré douglas pond cummings (link)
  • The Implicit Bias of Implicit Bias Theory - by Tryon P. Woods (link)
  • Traces of the Slave Patrol: Notes on Breed-Specific Legislation - by P. Khalil Saucier (link)
  • Note: A Proposed Solution to the Resentencing of Juvenile Lifers in Pennsylvania Post Montgomery - by Stephanie Singer (link)
  • Note: Do I Look Like I Have an Attitude? How Stereotypes of Black Women on Television Adversely Impact Black Female Defendants Through the Implicit Bias of Jurors - by Fanta Freeman (link)
  • Writing at the Master’s Table: Reflections on Theft, Criminality, and Otherness in the Legal Writing Profession - by Teri A. McMurtry-Chubb (link)
  • Policing by Imposition: The Consequences of Aggressive Drug Policing on Prenatal Care in Structurally Disadvantaged Communities - by Robert J. Kane and Anne-Marie O’Brien (link)
  • Note: So When Did Public Order Start Trumping Fundamental Constitutional Rights? Rethinking the Modern Interpretation of the Right to Assemble and the Role Police Should Play in Protecting That Right - by Jesse D. Proctor (link)

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