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Principles of Risk Assessment
(Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, 2018)
Risk assessment — measuring an individual’s potential for offending — has long been an important aspect of criminal justice, especially in connection with sentencing, pretrial detention and police decision-making. To aid ...
(Northwestern University Law Review, 2018)
In recent decades, legal scholars have advanced sophisticated models for understanding prejudice and discrimination, drawing on disciplines such as psychology, sociology, and economics. These models explain how inequality ...
Debating the Past's Authority in Alabama
(Stanford Law Review, 2018)
In 2015, the city council of Birmingham, Alabama enacted an ordinance establishing a local minimum wage of $10.10 an hour-a significant raise for the city's low-income workers from the federal floor of $7.25. The ordinance ...
Feminism and the Tournament
(Texas Law Review Online, 2018)
Gender and the Tournament: Reinventing Antidiscrimination Law in the Age of Inequality, by Naomi Cahn, June Carbone, and Nancy Levit, offers a new account of the glass ceiling, connecting the phenomenon with shoddy corporate ...