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We cannot simply put the past behind us. The framework of transitional justice offers a promising path forward.
Study circles for race and racism in Lynchburg.
Albert W. Dzur
Runner-up for the John Jay/H. F. Guggenheim Prize for Excellence in Criminal Justice Reporting.
Strange bedfellows on the bench are a source and a sign of the Constitution’s flexibility.
Pamela S. Karlan
Participatory Innovation in Unlikely Places.
In the post-Snowden world, it is hard to imagine a more consequential fork in the road.
Part of our series on participatory innovation in unlikely places.
The framers of the Constitution did not anticipate political parties.
Who owns human tissues?
Osagie K. Obasogie
In the marriage and voting rights cases, the world outside powerfully affected the court.
The truth about America's broken criminal justice system is significantly more interesting than scriptwriters’ fiction.
The American ideal of local government is productive in many ways, but also costly.
Claude S. Fischer
Elizabeth Anderson visits Stanford's Center for Ethics in Society to discuss objections to slavery and their implications for our understanding of equality.
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David Theo Goldberg
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