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One Step Forward, Two Steps Backward: How the Supreme Court’s Decision in Shelby County v. Holder Eviscerated the Voting Rights Act and What Civil Rights Advocates Should Do about It

By Pamela Edwards, Published on 01/01/15 ... Should Do about It Pamela Edwards Follow this and additional works at: https://scholarship.law.berkele y.edu/bjalp Part of theLaw Commons Recommended Citation Pamela Edwards, One Step Forward, Two Steps

One Step Forward, Two Steps Backward: How the Supreme Court’s Decision in Shelby County v. Holder Eviscerated the Voting Rights Act and What Civil Rights Advocates Should Do about It

By Pamela Edwards, Published on 04/23/15 ... TOURO LAW JOURNAL OF RACE ONE STEP FORWARD, TWO STEPS BACKWARD: HOW THE SUPREME COURT'S DECISION IN SHELBY COUNTY V. HOLDER PAMELA EDWARDS The Voting Rights Act,1 enacted in 1965 and renewed as

Teaching Law in a Multicultural, Multilingual Context

inclusion in FIU Law Review by an authorized administrator of eCollections @ FIU Law Library. For more information , please contact 1 Pamela Edwards, Raquel Gabriel, Donna Lee & David Nadvorney, Teaching Law ... . In the workshop, we four Pamela Edwards, Raquel Gabriel, Donna Lee, and David Nadvorney led the discussion of one phenomenon that many law students of color face—they enter law school to become agents

Into the Abyss: How Party Autonomy Supports Overreaching Through the Exercise of Unequal Bargaining Power, 36 J. Marshall L. Rev. 421 (2003)

changes to the * Pamela Edwards is an Assistant Professor of Law at City University of New York School of Law. She holds a J.D. degree from Fordham University School of Law and B.S. and M.B.A. degrees from

A survey of ovary-, testis-, and soma-biased gene expression in Drosophila melanogaster adults

Background Sexual dimorphism results in the formation of two types of individuals with specialized reproductive roles and is most evident in the germ cells and gonads. Results We have undertaken a global analysis of transcription between the sexes using a 31,464 element FlyGEM microarray to determine what fraction of the genome shows sex-biased expression, what tissues express...

FlyGEM, a full transcriptome array platform for the Drosophila community

We have constructed a DNA microarray to monitor expression of predicted genes in Drosophila. By using homotypic hybridizations, we show that the array performs reproducibly, that dye effects are minimal, and that array results agree with systematic northern blotting. The array gene list has been extensively annotated and linked-out to other databases. Incyte and the NIH have made...