Volume 19, Issue 2 (Spring 2022)

THE INTERGENERATIONAL EFFECTS OF THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM AND THE LEGAL OBLIGATION TO RECTIFY THEM Eliana Schachter, J.D. & Elizabeth Kroll, M.A. The American Association of Pediatrics asserted that separating a child from her family “can cause irreparable harm, disrupting a child’s brain architecture and affecting his or her short- and long-term health. This type… continue reading

Volume 19, Issue 1 (Fall 2021)

LEGALIZING PROSTITUTION: PROVIDING PROTECTION FROM THE LAW. Madison Rupert In recent years, representatives from several different states have proposed legislation and policies at the national, state, and local levels of government that aim to afford increased protection to individuals who sell sex. This increase in proposed legislation suggests that politicians have begun taking seriously the harms… continue reading

Volume 18, Issue 2 (Spring 2021)

TITLE IX LIABILITY FOR ONLINE PEER- ON-PEER SEXUAL HARASSMENT. Bunyad Bhatti Sexual harassment is generally defined as unwelcome advances of sexual nature, “requests for sexual favors”, or any physical or verbal “conduct of a sexual nature”. The conduct can occur during employment, education, or in a living environment, and the refusal or acceptance of such… continue reading