Vol. 67 Nbr. 4, June 2017
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- Tribute to Professor Jonathan L. Entin.
- In honor of Fred Gray: making civil rights law from Rosa Parks to the twenty-first century.
- In honor of Fred Gray: the meaning of Montgomery.
- The enduring integration school desegregation helped to produce.
- Why Alabama school desegregation succeeded (and failed).
- The future of idea: monitoring disproportionate representation of minority students in special education and intentional discrimination claims.
- Revisiting racial patents in an era of precision medicine.
- Exploitation in medical research: the enduring legacy of the Tuskegee syphilis study.
- The courage of civil rights lawyers: Fred Gray and his colleagues.
- Fred Gray and the role of civil rights lawyers.
- The voluntary work program: expanding labor laws to protect detained immigrant workers.
- How can states outside the gulf of Mexico regulate offshore finfish aquaculture?
- Opting out of the grand bargain: a pathway to poverty?