Volume 63, Issue 1

Constructing Separate and Unequal Courtrooms

Federal reform transformed civil and criminal litigation in the early 1940s. The new civil rules sought to achieve adversarial balance as it afforded litigants, virtually all white, with powerful discovery…
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Choice Building

Default rules, which apply only if parties opt not to bypass them, are a common and consequential phenomenon in law. These rules fill gaps, serve as the backdrop against which…
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Reconceptualizing Revenge Porn

Revenge porn has become an epidemic in the United States in recent years. A debate among legislators has emerged, focused primarily on the question of whether to criminalize the phenomenon,…
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