Volume 51 (2016) New Directions in Public Policy, Clinical Education, and Dispute Resolution
Stories of Teaching Race, Gender, and Class: A Narrative
Brenda V. Smith
Lawyers Serving as Judges, Prosecutors, and Defense Lawyers at the Same Time: Legal Ethics and Municipal Courts
Peter A. Joy
Section 8 Is the New N-Word: Policing Integration in the Age of Black Mobility
Norrinda Brown Hayat
A Call to Cultivate the Public Interest: Beyond Pro Bono
Ann Juergens and Diane Galatowitsch
Recalibrating the Scales of Municipal Court Justice in Missouri: A Dissenter’s View
Kimberly Jade Norwood
An “Immeasurable Sign of Great Hope": The Detroit Institute of the Arts, Municipal Bankruptcy and “Cultural Assets"
The “Fight for 15": Can the Organizing Model that Helped Pass Seattle’s $15 Minimum Wage Legislation Fill the Gap Left by the Decline in Unions?
Responding to the Detroit Water Crisis: The Great Lakes Water Authority and the City of Detroit