The Conservative Case for the Judiciary Accountability Act

*Aliza Shatzman I. INTRODUCTION The judiciary is an unaccountable workplace where some judges abuse their positions of power, mistreat their employees with impunity, and act as if they are answerable to no one. More judges engage in misconduct, including gender discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, than the legal community cares to admit. …

Remedying Past Unlawful Military Interventions: The Case of the Dominican Republic

Congressman Adriano Espaillat* and Francesco Arreaga** I. INTRODUCTION As the first Dominican American to serve in the United States Congress and a member of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs, I deeply care about the United States’ relations throughout the Caribbean and commitments to e…

Volume 59, Issue 1

Policy Essay Law Labor Reform at a Critical Juncture: The Case for the Protecting the Right to Organize Act By Representative Andy Levin & Colton Puckett Articles Strengthening the Federal Approach to Educational Equity During the Pandemic By Kimberly Jenkins Robinson Sunsets are for Suckers: An Experimental Test of Sunset Clauses By Kri…

Congressman Adam Schiff ’85 (D-Calif.) Speaks at Harvard Journal on Legislation’s 2017 Symposium

Earlier this month, Congressman Adam Schiff spoke on the timely topics of privacy, security, and Russia’s role in the 2016 U.S. presidential election at JOL's 2017 Symposium: Legislating on the World Stage. You can read more about his other speakers' insights here, and watch his remarks below. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUFovQ-J3eg…