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Volumes I & II (2022)


Complete Index of Volumes I & II




“A Time to Train” the next Generation of Legal Professionals to Become Culturally Competent While Practicing Humility

Deleso A. Alford


A Wee Bit Racist: What are the Rules of Evidence, Alex?

Anibal Rosario Lebrón


Tax Allyship

Blaine G. Saito


The Racial Politics of Fair Use Fetishism

Anjali Vats




Louisiana’s Criminal Defense Dilemma: Working toward a Disaster Resistant Future

Tyler Duffy

Voting Able: Accessible In-Person Voting for Persons with Disabilities

Keiara T. B. Fort


Justice for All: Examining Bostock v. Clayton County’s Impact on Louisiana Employment Discrimination Law

Lane Simon

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