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COMMENT: Resolving the 7th Circuit’s Split on Bringing Class-Of-One Equal Protection Claims

By Jacob Hogg Associate Editor, Vol. 20 The Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment is one of the most celebrated and discussed topics in Constitutional Law. This clause states “No State shall [. . .] deny to any person … Continue reading

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COMMENT: It’s High Time for the Defense Bar to Bring Race-Based Equal Protection Challenges to Federal Cannabis Scheduling

By Reid Murdoch Associate Editor, Vol. 20 Online Publications Editor, Vol. 21 Last fall, U.S. District Court Judge Kimberly J. Mueller held a rarely granted evidentiary hearing on the constitutionality of designating cannabis as a Schedule I Controlled Substance.[1] Defendant … Continue reading

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Comment: How The Diversity Rationale For Affirmative Action May One Day Limit The First Amendment Rights of Universities

How The Diversity Rationale For Affirmative Action May One Day Limit The First Amendment Rights of Universities Pete Osornio Associate Editor,  Michigan Journal of Race & Law Volume 19 I. Diversity (Re)affirmed Grutter v. Bollinger definitively authorized the use of affirmative … Continue reading

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