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Blind Justice: The Need To Introduce Diverse Perspectives Into Our Legal System, Edward H. Richardson Jan 2016

Blind Justice: The Need To Introduce Diverse Perspectives Into Our Legal System, Edward H. Richardson

University of Baltimore Law Review

Peggy Young was finally pregnant. This was the third time that she attempted in vitro fertilization. The first time, in 2005, the procedure was successful, but Young suffered a miscarriage. The second attempt at in vitro fertilization, in February 2006, failed. The third round, in July of 2006, was a success. Each time that Young underwent an in vitro fertilization attempt, she requested, and received, a leave of absence from her job at United Parcel Service (UPS).

But what should have been a joyous occasion-a pregnancy resulting in the birth of Young's daughter Triniti- turned into a battle with ...


Book Review (Reviewing Louis Fisher's Congress: Protecting Individual Rights), Adeen Postar Jan 2016

Book Review (Reviewing Louis Fisher's Congress: Protecting Individual Rights), Adeen Postar

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Fisher is currently the Scholar in Residence at the Constitution Project, and is well known for his many years as Senior Specialist on Separation of Powers at the Congressional Research Service and as Specialist in Constitutional Law at the Law Library of Congress. He has extensive experience testifying before Congress on topics that include Congress and the constitution, war powers, executive power and privilege, and several aspects of the federal budget and its processes. He has written numerous books on these topics, including (to name only a few) The President and Congress: Power and Policy (1972); Defending Congress and the ...