The Case Against Race Profiling in Immigration Enforcement

Kevin R. Johnson
Although focusing on race profiling in immigration enforcement, this Article analyzes issues that implicate civil rights concerns cutting to the core of equal citizenship and full membership for Latinos, and other minority groups, in the national community. Part II of this Article summarizes criticisms of race profiling in criminal law enforcement and analyzes the law that, although offering somewhat flawed remedies, prohibits exclusively race-based criminal law investigatory stops. Part III…

Through a Colored Looking Glass: A View of Judicial Partition, Family Land Loss, and Rule Setting

Phyliss Craig-Taylor
African Americans in contemporary U.S. society continue to experience economic inequality. Regardless of the indicators one reviews—property ownership, employment, or income—the data confirm the entrenchment of African Americans’ disadvantaged status. It is the thesis of this Article that the economically subordinated status of African Americans cannot be divorced from the historical processes that have created or contributed to the divide between African Americans and other social groups. In this Article,…

Friendly Science: Medical, Scientific, and Technical Amici Before the Supreme Court

Stephanie Tai
This Article examines the participation of medical, scientific, and technical organizations, as well as individuals in a medical, scientific, or technical capacity, as amici before the Supreme Court. This examination is limited to organizations’ and individuals’ participation as parties on amicus curiae briefs. Part II discusses the general role of amici before the Supreme Court, as well as scientific and technical information currently presented to the Court. This Part then…
Note Protecting Trade Secrets After Mass Dissemination on the Internet

Matthew R. Millikin