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The Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race and Social Justice
 

St. Mary’s Law Review on Race & Social Justice seeks to speak on behalf of minorities by reaching out to the larger community, to inform them, to share with them, to educate them, and to grow with them. The goal of The Scholar is to give all minorities a “voice” in the publication of a legal journal on issues affecting all minorities.


Current Issue: Volume 21, Issue 2


ARTICLES

Handcuffing the Vote: Diluting Minority Voting Power Through Prison Gerrymandering and Felon Disenfranchisement, by Rebecca Harrison Stevens, Meagan Taylor Harding, Joaquin Gonzalez, & Emily Eby

Challenging Voting Rights and Political Participation in State Courts, by Irving Joyner

Still Writing at the Master's Table: Decolonizing Rhetoric in Legal Writing for a "Woke" Legal Academy, by Teri A. McMurtry-Chubb

Making Democracy Count: The Seemingly Technical Procedures That Can Make or Break a Census, by Charlotte Schwartz, Jeffrey Zalesin, & Rachel Brown



Please pardon our dust as we migrate previous issues of The Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race and Social Justice to this new website. If you need prior issues, please visit https://home.heinonline.org/titles/Law-Journal-Library/Scholar-St-Marys-Law-Review-on-Race-and-Social-Justice/?letter=S

Current Issue: Volume 21, Number 2 (2019)

Articles

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Handcuffing the Vote: Diluting Minority Voting Power Through Prison Gerrymandering and Felon Disenfranchisement
Rebecca Harrison Stevens, Meagan Taylor Harding, Joaquin Gonzalez, and Emily Eby