Huge numbers of civil cases feature at least one party who lacks legal representation. Host Adam Hassanein and Anna Carpenter (Utah Law) discuss the ins and outs of the access-to-justice problem—and solutions sounding in law, policy, and human decency.
Peter N. Salib and Guha Krishnamurthi argue that the impact of vote margins on election litigation and legitimacy provides a rationale for voting.
Margo Schlanger proposes a novel statutory pathway for disability-discrimination damages claims against federal contractors.
Kevin Tobia sets out best practices to guide courts employing corpus linguistics methods in legal interpretation.