We are excited to announce that the Journal will publish its second issue in April 2012, and we are conducting a Call for Submissions!
Individuals may submit case notes, comments or articles (including papers written for class).
Examples of possible topics include:
- Issues impacting women’s rights
- Recent proposals raising constitutional concerns/issues (such as the recent Arizona bill and the bill on gay marriage)
- Men’s rights
- Reproductive issues
- Birth control
- Medical initiatives that affect a specific demographic and associated legal implications or ramifications (i.e., 1930s-70s Tuskegee syphilis experiment)
- Miranda Rights
- Bilingual laws
- Housing issues, such as gentrification, and the legal impact
- Criminal penalties
- Voter disenfranchisement
- Testing passage rates, minorities and the school system, and associated legal implications
- HBCU issues
The Journal will be accepting submissions until January 22, 2012, at 11:59 p.m. All submissions should be submitted using the online form to facilitate the process. For more information about the Journal or to ask any questions, please feel free to contact us via our contact form.