Solving the McCleskey Dilemma: Embracing Racial Diversity in Schools

06 Sep 2012 12:00am Michael McIntosh 

The Costs and Elusive Gains of Creating Complementarities Between Party and Popular Democracy: A Response to Ethan J. Leib & Christopher S. Elmendorf

29 Jul 2012 09:01pm Bertrall L. Ross II 

Remembrance and Renewal

15 May 2012 08:55pm Dave Frohnmayer 

Dave Frohnmayer '67, the 2011 California Law Review Alumnus of the Year, reflects on the meaning of CLR membership in an essay adapted from his Alumni Banquet address.

Sterilization and Minors with Intersex Conditions in California Law

19 Apr 2012 12:00am Anne Tamar-Mattis 

Anne Tamar-Mattis, Executive Director of Advocates for Informed Choice and a Berkeley Law graduate, examines the legal rights of intersex children facing forced sterilization.

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