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THE CHARACTER OF LAW: A NORMATIVE CRITIQUE OF SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING LAWS.

Subjects: *SOCIAL emotional learning; *PUBLIC schools; *EDUCATIONAL law & legislationUNITED States

  • Source: Northwestern University Law Review. 2019, Vol. 114 Issue 1, p193-239. 47p.

  • Abstract: This Note examines a widespread but barely acknowledged phenomenon within education law: the recent enactment, in all fifty states, of statutes and standards regarding students' ... Copyright of Northwestern University Law Review is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and ...

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FREEDOM, DEMOCRACY, AND THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION.

  • Source: Northwestern University Law Review. 2022, Vol. 116 Issue 4, p1031-1097. 67p.

  • Abstract: While litigation continues in an effort to establish a fundamental right to education under the U.S. Constitution, the full historical justification for this right ... Copyright of Northwestern University Law Review is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and ...

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PROPERTY LAW AND INEQUALITY: LESSONS FROM RACIALLY RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS.

  • Source: Northwestern University Law Review. 2022, Vol. 117 Issue 1, p225-249. 25p.

  • Abstract: A long-standing justification for the institution of property is that it encourages effort and planning, enabling not only individual wealth creation but, indirectly, wealth creation ... Copyright of Northwestern University Law Review is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and ...

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CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AS A PROBLEM OF INEQUALITY AND POSSIBLE LEGAL REFORMS.

  • Source: Northwestern University Law Review. 2022, Vol. 117 Issue 1, p71-94. 24p.

  • Abstract: Climate change will necessitate adaptation in all parts of the United States, but some individuals and localities will be better able to adapt than others. ... Copyright of Northwestern University Law Review is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and ...

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BREONNA TAYLOR: TRANSFORMING A HASHTAG INTO DEFUNDING THE POLICE.

Subjects: *LAW enforcement; *POLICE brutality; *BLACK womenTAYLOR, Breonna, ca. 1993-2020

  • Source: Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology. Fall2021, Vol. 111 Issue 4, p996-1030. 36p.

  • Abstract: How can modern policing be reformed to address police violence against Black women when it can occur at no fault of their own and end ... Copyright of Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and its content may ...

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POSSESSING INTANGIBLES.

  • Source: Northwestern University Law Review. 2022, Vol. 116 Issue 5, p1227-1281. 55p.

  • Abstract: The concept of possession is currently considered inapplicable to intangible assets, whether data, cryptocurrency, or NFTs. Under this view, intangible assets categorically fall outside the ... Copyright of Northwestern University Law Review is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and ...

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LEARNING FROM THE PAST, LIVING IN THE PRESENT: UNDERSTANDING HOMICIDE IN CHICAGO, 1870-1930.

Subjects: *HOMICIDE; *CRIMINAL law; *VIOLENT deathsCHICAGO (Ill.); ILLINOIS; UNITED States

  • Source: Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology. Spring/Summer2002, Vol. 92 Issue 3/4, p437. 118p. 5 Charts.

  • Abstract: This article discusses about homicide in Chicago, Illinois during 1870-1930. The Chicago Historical Homicide Project at Northwestern University

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CORRECTIONAL EDUCATION CAN MAKE A GREATER IMPACT ON RECIDIVISM BY SUPPORTING ADULT INMATES WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES.

Subjects: *EDUCATION of prisoners; *RECIDIVISM -- Law & legislation; *PRISONERS' reading

  • Source: Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology. Winter2016, Vol. 105 Issue 1, p233-269. 37p.

  • Abstract: This Comment brings attention to a group that is overlooked within our prisons--adult inmates with learning disabilities. These inmates currently face ... Copyright of Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and its content may ...

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NEW FEDERALISM AND CIVIL RIGHTS ENFORCEMENT.

Subjects: *CIVIL rights; *CIVIL rights lawsuits; *CONSTITUTIONAL lawUNITED States

  • Source: Northwestern University Law Review. 2021, Vol. 116 Issue 3, p737-816. 80p.

  • Abstract: Calls for change to the infrastructure of civil rights enforcement have grown more insistent in the past several years, attracting support from a wide range ... Copyright of Northwestern University Law Review is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and ...

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LAYPEOPLE AS LEARNERS: APPLYING EDUCATIONAL PRINCIPLES TO IMPROVE JUROR COMPREHENSION OF INSTRUCTIONS.

Subjects: *COMPREHENSION; *JURORS; *JURY instructionsUNITED StatesUNITED States. Constitution

  • Source: Northwestern University Law Review. 2020, Vol. 115 Issue 4, p1185-1225. 41p.

  • Abstract: The U.S. Constitution enshrines the jury in a sacred space within the American judicial system. Yet there are troubling signs that, notwithstanding their best ... Copyright of Northwestern University Law Review is the property of Northwestern University School of Law and ...

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