Touro Law Center’s Journal of Race, Gender, and Ethnicity (the “Journal”) is a student-run online scholarly journal that provides a forum for legal issues related to race, gender and ethnicity. In addition to publishing scholarly articles, the Journal sponsors panel discussions that feature presentations by legal scholars, judges and practitioners. Membership on the Journal offers students an avenue to practice and refine their writing, research and editing skills. Student authored articles, along with articles submitted from a wide variety of sources, are considered for publication. Membership is open to students who meet minimum academic requirements and who successfully compete in the Journal’s writing competitions.
Current Issue: Volume 11, Issue 1 (2022)
40 Acres and a Mule, Plus Interest: A Survey on Emerging Reparation and Racial Equity Measures
Danielle D. Rogers and Michael A. Lawrence
Structural Racism and the Redressing of Foundational Wrongs
Natsu Taylor Saito
Reparations and the International Law Origin Story