This collection contains the blog posts of the Cardozo Journal of Equal Rights and Social Justice (ERSJ).

Blog posts containing student work have been published since 2021 on the Cardozo ERSJ website and are archived here.

The Cardozo Journal of Equal Rights and Social Justice (formerly the Journal of Law and Gender) has been a pioneering publisher of social justice-related legal scholarship for over twenty years. The Journal has distinguished itself by publishing the first and most prestigious annotated legal bibliography on current gender issues in different areas of law. The Journal is currently ranked number 14 in the nation in the category of gender, women, and sexuality, and will now be expanding its range to include topics of race and diversity.

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Submissions from 2021

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Coercive Control: Crucial Legal Changes and Police Training, Bailey Appel

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Student Loan Debt Forgiveness in a Pandemic, Samantha Berger

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The Use of Solitary Confinement as a Form of COVID-19 Quarantine in Prisons, Danielle Bluth

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Rap Lyrics and Evidence of Guilt: The Racial Impact Of The Weaponization Of Evidence Rules, Brooke Hodgins

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Title 42 and the Haitian Border Crisis: Is the American Asylum System Irreparably Broken?, Steven Kaufman

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Consequences of Seeking Environmental Justice: The Lawyer Who Took on Chevron and Paid the Price, Simran Kaur

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NYC’s Immunocompromised Children Forgotten as City’s Children Return to School, Hannah Kramer

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The Prejudicial Impact of Federal Rule of Evidence 609 on Black Defendants, Niara Morrison

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Remote Work as an Accommodation under the ADA in a Post-COVID World, Sean Murphy

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Approaching the HIV Epidemic and COVID-19 Pandemic with Incarcerated People, Olivia Nevola

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Abolishing the Corporal Punishment Exception to Child Abuse in New York, Julia Patz

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H.R. 2590: Finally Conditioning U.S. Aid to Israel, Heidi Sandomir

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Breaking Bond: How ICE Uses Bond Money to Fund Detention Centers, Bill Seguin

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Welcoming Shelters into Every Neighborhood: The New York City Homeless Shelter System and What Must Change, Emily Silverman