by Nathalia Carniero
As an international student living in NYC, editor Nathalia Carneiro explains the trials and tribulations of immigration law and how it has impacted her life. A discussion about the unnecessary hardships of the immigration system.
Student Body Blues
by Tuhfa Beghum
Is what we teach law students centered around a narrative that separates attorneys from the very people they are meant to serve? Do lawyers see themselves as separate from the law? And what responsibilities do law schools have to counter this narrative?
Don't Spray Gay
by Wyatt Wilson
As HIV infection rates shift away from prevalence in the gay community, and as the country suffers from a blood shortage, why are outdated laws preventing homosexual men from donating blood?
Can I smoke it on a train? Can I smoke it on a plane?
by Kathryn Venezia
That's right New Yorkers, marijuana is legal now. Still many of us are left wondering where and when it's ok to light up? And what is the legislature planning next? An update on the state of Marijuana laws in New York.
by Thom Barranca
With the introduction of Safe Injection Centers into the American legislative landscape, is the Criminal Justice system truly the proper avenue for breaking the cycle of addiction and putting an end to the opioid crisis?