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SEATTLE JOURNAL FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE: Current Issue, Volume 10, Issue 2

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Seattle Journal for Social Justice

Current Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2

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Bad Science Makes Bad Law: How the Deference Afforded to Psychiatry Undermines Civil Liberties
Samantha Godwin

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Queering Jury Nullification: Using Jury Nullification as a Tool to Fight Against the Criminalization of Queer and Transgender People
Adrien Leavitt

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The Rise of Judicially Enforced Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights–Refocusing Perspectives
Salma Yusuf

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Ritualizaed Degradation in the Twenty-First Centry: A Revisitation of Piven and Cloward’s Regulating the Poor
Avi Brisman

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The Price She Pays
Cheryl Hanna

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A Book Review: Reservation ‘Capitalism’ Economic Development in Indian Country by Robert J. Miller
Douglas Nash

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Refining Advertisements of the Canadian Tar Sands
Rebecca Kim

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Getting Back to Our ‘Roots’: Why the Use of Cutting Edge Forensic Technology in the Courtroom Should (and Can) Still be Constrained by the Plain Language of the Confrontation Clause
Lucie Bernheim

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A War on Civilians: Disaster Capitalism and the Drug War in Mexico
Gabrielle D. Schneck

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Regugee Women as Cultural Others: Constructing Social Group and Nexus for FGM, Sex Trafficking, and Domestic Violence Asylum Claims in the United States
Meghan Casey

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