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Compensation, Commodification, and Disablement: How Law Has Dehumanized Laboring Bodies and Excluded Nonlaboring Humans

Karen Tani

Michigan Law Review (2021)

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Copy Citation: | and Karen Tani. "Compensation, Commodification, and Disablement: How Law Has Dehumanized Laboring Bodies and Excluded Nonlaboring Humans." Michigan Law Review 119, (2021): 1269. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3789144. Karen Tani, Compensation, Commodification, and Disablement: How Law Has Dehumanized Laboring Bodies and Excluded Nonlaboring Humans, 119 Michigan Law Review 1269 (2021).

Topics: Law; Rights

Keywords: Disability; Social welfare; Torts; Workers' Compensation; Capitalism; Workplace injuries

Qualifying Prosecutorial Immunity Through Brady Claims

Brian Murray Paul Heaton Jon Gould

Iowa Law Review (2021)

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Copy Citation: | Brian Murray, Paul Heaton, and Jon Gould. "Qualifying Prosecutorial Immunity Through Brady Claims." Iowa Law Review 107, (2021): . . Brian Murray, Paul Heaton, and Jon Gould, Qualifying Prosecutorial Immunity Through Brady Claims, 107 Iowa Law Review (2021).

Topics: Law; Rights

Keywords: Immunity; Criminal procedure; Civil rights

Artificial Intelligence, Predictive Policing, and Risk Assessment for Law Enforcement

Richard A. Berk

Annual Review of Criminology (2021)

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Copy Citation: | and Richard A. Berk. "Artificial Intelligence, Predictive Policing, and Risk Assessment for Law Enforcement ." Annual Review of Criminology 4, (2021): 209-237. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3777804. Richard A. Berk, Artificial Intelligence, Predictive Policing, and Risk Assessment for Law Enforcement , 4 Annual Review of Criminology 209-237 (2021).

Topics: Law; Technology; Rights; Politics

Keywords: Artificial intelligence; AI; Policing; Police; Law enforcement; bias; predictive policing; Crime; Criminal justice

Regulation of Algorithmic Tools in the United States

Alicia Lai

Journal of Law and Economic Regulation (2020)

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Copy Citation: | and Alicia Lai. "Regulation of Algorithmic Tools in the United States." Journal of Law and Economic Regulation 13, (2020): 7. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3773049. Alicia Lai, Regulation of Algorithmic Tools in the United States, 13 Journal of Law and Economic Regulation 7 (2020).

Topics: Business; Law; Rights

Keywords: Administrative law; Artificial intelligence; Civil liberties; Privacy; R&D; Technical standards

Justice for Women and Society: The Case of Obstetric Fistula

Jennifer Prah Ruger Kara Zhang Esther Nivasch Turner

Georgetown Law Journal (2020)

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Copy Citation: | Jennifer Prah Ruger, Kara Zhang, and Esther Nivasch Turner. "Justice for Women and Society: The Case of Obstetric Fistula." Georgetown Law Journal 108, (2020): 1717. . Jennifer Prah Ruger, Kara Zhang, and Esther Nivasch Turner, Justice for Women and Society: The Case of Obstetric Fistula, 108 Georgetown Law Journal 1717 (2020).

Topics: Health; Rights; International

Keywords: Childbirth injury; Birth complications; UN Millenium Development Goals; Maternal health; Health justice

How Medicalization of Civil Rights Could Disappoint

Allison K. Hoffman

Stanford Law Review (2020)

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Copy Citation: | and Allison K. Hoffman. "How Medicalization of Civil Rights Could Disappoint." Stanford Law Review 72, (2020): 165. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3680170. Allison K. Hoffman, How Medicalization of Civil Rights Could Disappoint, 72 Stanford Law Review 165 (2020).

Topics: Health; Rights; Law

Keywords: Civil rights; Discrimination; Inequality; Health policy; Health law; Equal protection

The Expansive Reach of Pretrial Detention

Paul Heaton

North Carolina Law Review (2020)

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Copy Citation: | and Paul Heaton. "The Expansive Reach of Pretrial Detention." North Carolina Law Review 96, (2020): 369-377. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3532583#. Paul Heaton, The Expansive Reach of Pretrial Detention, 96 North Carolina Law Review 369-377 (2020).

Topics: Law; Rights

Keywords: Bail reform; Criminal justice reform; Pretrial release; Cash bail; Due process; Equal protection; Civil rights

Administrative Constitutionalism at the 'Borders of Belonging': Drawing on History to Expand the Archive and Change the Lens

Karen Tani

University of Pennsylvania Law Review (2019)

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Copy Citation: | and Karen Tani. "Administrative Constitutionalism at the 'Borders of Belonging': Drawing on History to Expand the Archive and Change the Lens." University of Pennsylvania Law Review 168, (2019): . https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3438411. Karen Tani, Administrative Constitutionalism at the 'Borders of Belonging': Drawing on History to Expand the Archive and Change the Lens, 168 University of Pennsylvania Law Review (2019).

Topics: Law; Rights

Keywords: Adminsitrative constitutionalism; Adminsitrative law; Constitutional history; Freedmen's Bureau; Immigration; Due process

Getting a Lawyer While Black: A Field Experiment

Brian D. Libgober

Lewis and Clark Law Review (2019)

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Copy Citation: | and Brian D. Libgober. "Getting a Lawyer While Black: A Field Experiment." Lewis and Clark Law Review 24, 1 (2019): 53. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3389279. Brian D. Libgober, Getting a Lawyer While Black: A Field Experiment, 24 Lewis and Clark Law Review 53 (2019).

Topics: Rights; Process

Keywords: Discrimination; Access to justice; Race; Law and society; Law and economics; Law and politics

Evaluating the Effect of Holistic Indigent Defense on Criminal Justice Outcomes

James Anderson Maya Buenaventura Paul Heaton

Harvard Law Review (2019)

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Copy Citation: | James Anderson, Maya Buenaventura, and Paul Heaton. "Evaluating the Effect of Holistic Indigent Defense on Criminal Justice Outcomes." Harvard Law Review 132, 3 (2019): 1. . James Anderson, Maya Buenaventura, and Paul Heaton, Evaluating the Effect of Holistic Indigent Defense on Criminal Justice Outcomes, 132 Harvard Law Review 1 (2019).

Topics: Law; Rights

Keywords: Criminal justice; Criminal law theory; Holistic indigent defense

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