Vol. 66 Nbr. 4, June - June 2016
- Of lions and bears, judges and legislators, and the legacy of Justice Scalia.
- Thin blue lies: how pretextual stops undermine police legitimacy.
- Whren's flawed assumptions regarding race, history, and unconscious bias.
- Racial profiling: a persistent civil rights challenge even in the twenty-first century.
- Doubling down on racial discrimination: the racially disparate impacts of crime-based removals.
- State responses to the Whren decision.
- Arbitrary law enforcement is unreasonable: Whren's failure to hold police accountable for traffic enforcement policies.
- Interrupting the blight cycle: managing the future of properties in tax foreclosure sales through pre- and post-sale initiatives.
- A proposal to eliminate a black market for children.
- The wall that AEDPA built: revisiting the suspension clause challenge to the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act.