Monthly Archives: March 2018


The Risks of a Legislative Trend in Response to #MeToo

By Alamea Deedee Bitran* Since the disturbing details of the Harvey Weinstein scandal were released, an influx of harassment allegations have been brought to light. Yet arguably the parameters of the law remain unsuitable to address the root of the problem because of contractual barriers to victims litigating their claims in the public eye. ¬†While…


Roe v. Wade: Past, Present, and Future

By Geoffrey R. Stone* We are living in perilous times. As we contemplate the prospect of another appointment by Donald Trump to the Supreme Court of the United States, the stakes for our nation are extraordinarily high. Among the many issues at risk, perhaps the most important concerns the right of a woman to decide…


A Creative Solution to the Stubborn Problem of Gun Law Reform

By James Sasso* It is past time that America keeps assault rifles and other military-style weapons away from public use. There are compelling reasons for American politicians to prohibit free ownership of military-style or semi-automatic weapons that reload automatically and can kill many people in rapid succession. A viable solution must respect Second Amendment rights…

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