The expression “professional plaintiff” has long been a dirty word in the legal lexicon. To some, the term describes “rapacious jackals whose declared well-being camouflages their unwholesome appetite for corporate dollars.”
Revolution is in the air: from Tunisia to Egypt, Libya to Syria; from the streets of lower Manhattan to the hills of Berkeley, making Amory Starr, Luis Fernandez and Christian Scholl’s work, Shutting Down the Streets: Political Violence and Social Control in the Global Era all the more relevan
This note examines a gap in military health insurance availability for retired military reservists who have not yet attained age 60 ("gray area reservists") and proposes a solution to fix this problem. The solution essentially entails expanding the current health insurance program for actively drilling military reservists to cover gray area reservists.
Professors Ricks co-wrote Current Issues in Constitutional Litigation with the overriding goal of providing attorneys-in-training with practical knowledge and skills to prepare them for practice. She wanted to create the sort of practical guide she wished she had to prepare herself for her legal career. With that in mind, the text avoids a bare recitation of theory, but rather focuses on the skills practicing lawyers need.
Rutgers JLPP will be publishing a transcript of the event and associated papers.
The editorial board is pleased to announce the publication of volume eight of the Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy. This issue includes articles on topics such as the racial tensions underlying the Supreme Court decision of Ricci v.