The Columbia Journal of Race and Law Announces the Release of Volume 9, Issue 1

For Immediate Release – March 18, 2019

The Columbia Journal of Race and Law is excited to announce the publication of Volume 9, Issue 1! To view the pieces in this Issue, click here.

This Issue includes the following Articles:

A Norms-Based Approach to Sustaining Integration, by Sarah E. Waldeck. The author is a Distinguished Visiting Scholar in Residence at Loyola-Chicago School of Law and a Professor of Law and Robert Diab Scholar at Seton Hall University.

Quebec’s Bill 62: Legislating Difference, by Vrinda Narain. The author is an Associate Professor of Law at McGill University and a Research Associate at the International Studies Group, University of the Free State, South Africa.

This Issue includes the following Notes:

Roe on the Rez: The Case for Expanding Abortion Access on Tribal Land, by Heidi L. Guzmán. The author is a J.D. Candidate at Columbia Law School, expected 2019. She received a B.A. in 2014 from Yale University.

Is It Recording?—Racial Bias, Police Accountability, and the Body-Worn Camera Activation Policies of the Ten Largest Metropolitan Police Departments in the USA, by Julian R. Murphy. The author is a Postgraduate Public Interest Fellow at Columbia Law School. He received an L.L.M. in 2018 from Columbia Law School.