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Volume 18, Issue 1

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VOLUME 18 - ISSUE NUMBER 1 (PDF)

Table of Contents

Steven A. Montalto

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On the Edge of the ‘Fiscal Cliff’: How the American Middle Class and Global Economy Bear Risk

 

Jessica Ratner

 

8

FEATURE:

Pro Bono or Problemo: Can a Moral Obligation Effectively Bridge the ‘Justice Gap?’

 

Emily Coffey

 

17

Madness in the Hole: Solitary Confinement & Mental Health of Prison Inmates

 

Tyler Hanson

 

23

Barefoot and Pregnant: How the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act Will Leave Young Mothers to Fend for Themselves

 

Marjorie Kennedy

 

27

FEATURE:

Seeing a Future for Accessible Reading Materials: The WIPO Treaty for the Visually Disabled

 

Michael J. Lorden

 

37

In or Out: States Offer Different Tuition Rates Based on Citizenship

 

Emily Hardy

 

42

The London Paralympic Games ‘Inspire a Generation’ and Spark Abortion Controversy

 

Melina Rozzisi

 

47

FEATURE:

No Longer “Forgotten”: Specialized Judges to Guarantee Rights of Romanian Children

 

Margaret  Jones

 

54

Tear Down These Red Lines: A Comparison of Israel’s and the United States’ Approach Towards Iran’s Nuclear Program

 

Alisha Howell

 

60

Tenure Reform Amidst Economic Uncertainty: A New Jersey Model for Retaining Quality Teachers

Margaret Davis

66 FEATURE:

Modern Courts and the Oldest Profession: The Litigious Development of Legalized Brothels in Ontario and Nevada

Ellen Porter

74 Applying Holder in an Irregular War

Adriana Ballines

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The Private Prison Dilemma

 Sabena Auyeung 84 A Broken American Dream: The Current State of U.S. Immigration  Laws and Its Adverse Effect on Students, Education, and the Economy

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