City University of New York Law Review

List of Papers (Total 394)

The Long Crisis: Economic Inequality in New York City

City University of New York Law Review hosted this public panel discussion on November 12, 2014 at CUNY School of Law. CUNY Law Review would like to thank the co-sponsors of this event: Law Students for Reproductive Justice (LSRJ); Latin American Law Students Association (LALSA); Labor Coalition for Workers’ Rights and Economic Justice; National Lawyers Guild CUNY Law Chapter...

Elevating Substance over Procedure: The Retroactivity of Miller v. Alabama under Teague v. Lane

This Article proposes a unique framework establishing that the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Miller v. Alabama, which forbids states from automatically sentencing juveniles to life imprisonment without any meaningful opportunity for release, must apply retroactively to hundreds of juveniles whose convictions and life sentences were already final at the time of the...

Work, Work, and More Work: Whose Economic Rights?

By Stanley Aronowitz, Shirley Lang, and Ruthann Robson, Published on 07/01/13

J. McIntyre and the Global Stream of Commerce

By Frank Deale, Published on 07/01/13

Hollingsworth v. Perry: Standing Over Constitutional Rights

By Caitlin E. Borgmann, Published on 11/06/13