In the Fall 2013, we will publish Volume VII of the SRBLSA Law Journal under the theme "We Still Have a Dream: Continuing the Dialogue for Legal Progress in Black America."
The following articles will be published:
Caroline Mapp, University of Baltimore School of Law
Protecting the Voting Rights Act Preclearance Provision Against Constitutional Challenges
René K. Cousins, Emory University School of Law
What About Diversity? Historical Reappearance Proves to be Stifling the Progress of a Diverse "Nation of Immigrants"
Jamila Young, Florida A&M University College of Law
Dethroning the Myth of the Welfare Queen: A Proposal to End Drug Testing Laws as a Precedent for Government Aid
Brandon Greene, Boston University School of Law
Depraved Necessities: Prison Privatization, Educational Attainment and
the Path to Profit
Ahmad R. Smith, Mississippi College School of Law
Too Much of a Good Thing? Questioning Constitutionality of a
Legislative Body Requiring DNA Testing for All Felony Arrestees
Anthony Hall, Emory University School of Law
A Stand for Justice - Examining Why Stand Your Ground Laws Negatively Impact African Americans
Cheng-Yu Hou, University of Cincinnati College of Law
Echoing the Minority Voices in False Advertising: The Indian Arts and
Crafts Act and its Protections beyond the Lanham Act
Shakeatha Davis, Thurgood Marshall School of Law
Providing Protection under Atkins and the 8th Amendment to Mentally Ill Prisoners
To order copies of any Journal volume, please email your request to SRBLSACirculation@gmail.com.