Racial Justice for Street Vendors

This piece is part of the Reckoning and Reformation symposium, which brings together scholars writing broadly about the law, justice, race, and inequality. The California Law Review published two other pieces as part of this joint effort with other law reviews: The Racial Reckoning of Public Interest Law #BlackLivesMatter—Getting from Contemporary Social Movements to Structural Change […]

De Facto Immigration Courts

This article explores one set of criminal law actors who have been quietly accumulating immigration screening power over the last several years-our nation’s inferior criminal courts and the prosecutors who rule them. By centering criminal courts, this article hopes to accomplish three things.  First, it hopes to show that delegation is no monolith.  Unlike other […]