Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Law Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Articles 1 - 5 of 5

Full-Text Articles in Law

Protest! Dissent! And Civil Disobedience: A Legal Panel Discussion, Cardozo Environmental Law Society, Cardozo Students For Human Rights, Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (Saldf), Cardozo South Asian Law Society Mar 2017

Protest! Dissent! And Civil Disobedience: A Legal Panel Discussion, Cardozo Environmental Law Society, Cardozo Students For Human Rights, Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (Saldf), Cardozo South Asian Law Society

Flyers 2016-2017

No abstract provided.


Sangar & Nasira, Sangar, Nasira, Tsos Jul 2016

Sangar & Nasira, Sangar, Nasira, Tsos

TSOS Interview Gallery

Sangar and his family are from Iran but are originally Turkish. In Iran they faced a psychological war and many problems that stemmed from discrimination. He points out how many are oppressed or discriminated against, but he and his family were singled out for their ethnicity. There was no hope for a bright future, and they decided to flee the country for the benefit of their children.

They fled to Greece through Turkey and had many issues with human traffickers, robbery, a treacherous journey across the sea, and problems in Moria refugee camp where his wife couldn’t get the ...


How Queer Theory Makes Neoliberalism Sexy, Martha T. Mccluskey Jan 2009

How Queer Theory Makes Neoliberalism Sexy, Martha T. Mccluskey

Contributions to Books

Published in Feminist and Queer Legal Theory: Intimate Encounters, Uncomfortable Conversations, Martha Albertson Fineman, Jack E. Jackson & Adam P. Romero, eds.

Some strands of queer theory have echoed conservative law-and-economics (neoliberalism) in criticizing feminism's turn to the state and to moral principle to solve problems of dependency and dominance. But on closer analysis, queer anti-statism and anti-moralism itself relies on and reinforces the identity conventions and regulatory constraints it claims to unsettle. The meaningful question for queer theory, for feminism, and for legal economics, is what kind of state and morality to pursue, not whether individual choice and private ...


Defining Our Freedom, Minnesota State University - Mankato Jan 2007

Defining Our Freedom, Minnesota State University - Mankato

Civil Rights

Bibliography and photographs of a display of government documents from Minnesota State University, Mankato.


Western Union Telegram To Mr. Virgil D. Hawkins, Registrar Sep 1951

Western Union Telegram To Mr. Virgil D. Hawkins, Registrar

Documents

During his struggle to gain entry to the University of Florida College of Law, Mr. Hawkins never applied to Florida A & M for law school. Nevertheless, he was notified, by telegram, that his "application for admission" was approved and he was given instructions to register for classes for the fall semester, 1951.