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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 22, Issue 2


ARTICLES

A Textuary Ray of Hope for LGBTQ+ Workers: Does Title VII Mean What it Says?, by Eduardo Juarez

Lessons Learned, Lessons Offered: Creating a Domestic Violence Drug Court, by Judge Rosie Speedlin Gonzalez & Dr. Stacy Speedlin Gonzalez

COMMENT

Can We Have Our Cake and Eat it Too?: What Masterpiece Cakeshop and Religious Refusals Mean for Texas’s Adoption Bill, by Nadeen Abou-Hossa



Previous Issue: Volume 22, Issue 1


ARTICLE

What Recourse do Vulnerable Immigrants Have?: Violations of the VAWA Confidentiality Provisions and the Pursuit of an Even Playing Field, by Trevor S. Gallaway

COMMENTS

Divided States of America: Why the Right to Counsel is Imperative for Migrant Children in Removal Proceedings, by Catrina L. Guerrero

Not Your Average Summer Camp: Children in Immigration Detention, by Cindy Izquierdo

America’s Second-Class Children: An Examination of President Trump’s Immigration Policies on Migrant Children and Inquiry on Justice Through the Catholic Perspective, by Gabriel Sáenz



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Current Issue: Volume 22, Number 2 (2020)

Articles

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Lessons Learned, Lessons Offered: Creating a Domestic Violence Drug Court
Judge Rosie Speedlin Gonzalez and Dr. Stacy Speedlin Gonzalez