The Columbia Human Rights Law Review is thrilled to announce the following Notes selected for publication in Volume 50.
Please join us in congratulating the following students on their outstanding work:
Thick Enough to Stop a Bullet: Civil Protection Orders and Social Media in a Time of Free Speech Fundamentalism
Suing for the City: Expanding Public Interest Group Enforcement of Municipal Ordinances
A Stone in the Air: The Emerging Doctrine of State Liability for Deliberately Indifferent Municipal Delegations of Power
The Ring of Truth: Demeanor and Due Process in U.S. Asylum Law
Scanning for Justice: Using Neuroscience to Create a More Rehabilitative and Inclusive Legal System
Mandating Justice: Naranjo v. Thompson as a Solution for Unequal Access to Representation