Thursday, May 19, 2022


Civil Justice and Racism

Title Author Hits
Constructing the Trident of the Reasonable Person: Enough Is Enough! It's Time for the Reasonable Indian Standard Genevieve Frances Steel Hits: 2296
Discrimination in the Wen Ho Lee Case Miriam Kim Hits: 12167
Do Black Lives Matter? Race as a Measure of Injury in Tort Law Alberto Bernabe Hits: 2486
Duty and Diversity Chris Brummer and Leo E. Strine, Jr. Hits: 99
Intentional Blindness Ian Haney-López Hits: 10516
Invention of a Slave Brian L. Frye Hits: 2722
Latino/a Plaintiffs and the Intersection of Stereotypes, Unconscious Bias, Race-neutral Policies, and Personal Injury Andrew W. Bribriesco Hits: 2669
Law, Literature, and Contract: An Essay in Realism Blake D. Morant Hits: 2024
Modern Racism But Old-fashioned IIED [Intentional infliction of emotional distress]: How Incongruous Injury Standards Deny "Thick Skin" Plaintiffs Redress for Racism and Ethnoviolenc Hafsa S. Mansoor Hits: 1609
ne Racial Epithet That Was Sufficiently Severe to Create a Hostile Work Environment David C. Cox Hits: 9619
Of Bias and Exclusion: An Empirical Study of Diversity Jurisdiction, its Amount-in-controversy Requirement, and Black Alienation from U.S. Civil Courts Scott DeVito Hits: 160
Preemption & Gender & Racial (In)equity: Why State Tort Law Is Needed in the Cosmetic Context Marie Boyd Hits: 65
Producing Justice in Poor People's Courts: Four Models of State Legal Actors Tonya L. Brito Hits: 1286
Race in America 2021: A Time to Embrace Beauharnais v. Illinois? Steven A. Ramirez Hits: 641
Standing in the Way of Justice: How the Standing Doctrine Perpetuates Injustice in Civil Rights Cases Douglas Coonfield Hits: 2458
Strengthen Judicial Impropriety Standards and Removal Remedies to Include Procedural Justice and Community Harm Joshua E. Kastenberg Hits: 2018
The Future of Tort Litigation for Undocumented Immigrants in Donald Trump's “Great” America Dina Lexine Sarver Hits: 1481
The New Jim Crow's Equal Protection Potential Katherine Macfarlane Hits: 2142
The Relevance of Race and Disparity in Discussions of Contract Law Blake D. Morant Hits: 10062
The Teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Contract Theory: An Intriguing Comparison Blake D. Morant Hits: 2657
Valuing Black Lives: A Constitutional Challenge to the Use of Race-based Tables in Calculating Tort Damages Kimberly A. Yuracko and Ronen Avraham Hits: 2067
Why Congress's Attempt to Cover Torts Committed by Indian Tribal Contractors with the FTCA Hurts the Government and the Tribes Joseph W. Gross Hits: 8467
Victims Under Attack: North Carolina's Flawed Rule 609 Daniel R. Tilly Hits: 2401
Confronting the Biased Algorithm: the Danger of Admitting Facial Recognition Technology Results in the Courtroom Gabrielle M. Haddad Hits: 927
The Increasingly Broad Language of Qualified Immunity, Deference Towards Granting It, and the Ramifications of Racial Injustice Brandon Sweeney Hits: 714
A Prelude to a Critical Race Theoretical Account of Civil Procedure Portia Pedro Hits: 827
Jury Nullification as a Spectrum Richard Lorren Jolly Hits: 451
Breaking Down Status Kaiponanea T. Matsumura Hits: 976
Ignoring the Cries of Black Mamas: Looking Beyond Tort Law to Ensure That Black Mothers Are Heard During Childbirth Elise Ashley Hits: 669
Courts and Civil Justice in the Time of Covid: Emerging Trends and Questions to Ask Helen Hershkoff and Arthur R. Miller Hits: 537
The Implications of Covid-19 on Potential Jury Attitudes and Perspectives Christopher W. Martin and Rick Goldberg Hits: 739
The Dawn of a New Era: Antitrust Law vs. The Antiquated NCAA Compensation Model Perpetuating Racial Injustice Amanda L. Jones Hits: 447

Vernellia R. Randall
Founder and Editor
Professor Emerita of Law
The University of Dayton School of Law