Volume 27, Issue I (Fall 2019)


Food, Shelter, Hope: Examining the Possibilities of Agricultural Tiny Home Communities for the Homeless
Caitlyn Greene

Making Change Together: The Multi-Pronged, Systems Theory Approach to Law and Organizing That Fueled a Housing Justice Movement for Three-Quarter House Tenants in New York City
Matthew P. Main

(Under)Enforcement of Poor Tenants’ Rights
Kathryn A. Sabbeth


Making Inclusionary Zoning More Inclusive: How D.C. Should Reform Its Inclusionary Zoning Policy to Account for Income, Racial, and Geographic Segregation
Tracey Zhang

The Collateral Consequences of Substandard Public Housing on Tenant-Families
Josette M. Barsano

Volume 26, Issue III (Spring 2019)


Challenging Inaccurate Sex Designations on Birth Certificates Through Disability Rights Law
Kevin M. Barry

Closing the Disability Gap: Reforming the Community Reinvestment Act Regulatory Framework
Michael Morris, Nanette Goodman, Angel Baker, Kyle Palmore, and Peter Blanck

Explaining “Not Disabled” Cases Ten Years After the ADAAA: A Story of Ignorance, Incompetence, and Possibly Animus
Nicole Buonocore Porter

Volume 26, Issue I (Fall 2018)


Overdrafts: When Markets, Consumers, and Regulators Collide
Aluma Zernik


A Union for All: Collective Associations Outside the Workplace
Christopher Bangs

Redrawing School District Lines: Reducing the Link Between Educational Inequality and Economic Inequality
Joy Dodge

Eviction and Exclusion: An Argument for Extending the Exclusionary Rule to Evictions Stemming from a Tenant’s Alleged Criminal Activity
Andrew Waks

Volume 25, Issue III (Spring 2018)

Symposium: The Future of Low-Wage Work

Is There a Future for Work?
Wendi S. Lazar & Nantiya Ruan

Getting Fired by an App: The Shifting Legal Landscape of Criminal-Records-Based Exclusions from “Transportation-Network Companies” in Washington, D.C.
Maya Sheppard


Repairing the Neglected Prison-to-School Pipeline: Increasing Federal Oversight of Juvenile Justice Education and Re-Entry in the Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act
Greg Carter

An Argument for Regulating Debt Buyers Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Rachel Deitch

The Even Start Family Literacy Program: The Rise and Fall of Family Literacy and the Need for its Return
Jennifer Soliman

Condemned to Repeat History? Why the Last Movement for Bail Reform Failed, and How This One Can Succeed
Rachel Smith

Volume 25, Issue II (Winter 2018)


Seed Libraries and Food Justice: Cultivating an Effective Legal and Policy Environment
Ursula Ramsey

Social Justice Advocacy and Innovation: The Wisconsin Center for PublicRepresentation 1974–Present
Louise G. Trubek


The “Free College” Illusion: How State Tuition Support Programs Are Widening the Opportunity Gap
Lauren A. DiMartino

Jill C. Morrison

“Bad Moms” and Powerful Prosecutors: Why a Public Health Approach to Maternal Drug Use is Necessary to Lessen the Hardship Borne by Women in the South
Mina Dixon Davis

Inconceivable: How Barriers to Infertility Treatment for Low-Income Women Amount to Reproductive Oppression
Madeline Curtis

Volume 25, Issue I (Fall 2017)


WWZZZ: Zombie Debt, the Zlaket Rules, and Regulation Z
John F. Serafine

Enforcing the Americans with Disabilities Act for the “Invisibly Disabled”: Not a Handout, Just a Hand
Ariana Cernius

Turner in the Trenches: A Study of How Turner v. Rogers Affected Child Support Contempt Proceedings
Elizabeth G. Patterson


Pauper’s Parity: Taking Away the Fine Print of “Your Contribution is Tax Deductible”
James Patrick Huston

Protecting TenantsWithout Preemption: How State and Local Governments Can Lessen the Impact of HUD’s One-Strike Rule
Robert Van Someren Greve

Expungement Law: An Extraordinary Remedy for an Extraordinary Harm
Mackenzie J. Yee