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Law and Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice

The journal was founded in 1981 to examine the social impact of law on disadvantaged people. Law and Inequality publishes articles by legal scholars and practitioners, law students, and non-lawyers. Members of the staff are selected on the basis of their writing abilities and their commitment to eliminating inequality. Editors are elected from among staff members to serve during their third year in law school.

VOLUME XXXV     WINTER 2017     NUMBER 1

EDITORIAL BOARD

Editor-in-Chief
Amy Erickson

Executive Editor
Bojan Manojlovic

Outside Article Editors
Kristen Hathaway*
Alexandra Holznecht
Amanda Risch

Student Article Editors
Sarah Everett*
John Hite
Gretel Lee
Lauren Meads

Managing Editors
Hannah Lomax-Vogt*
Carole Olander
Riley Plumer

Digital Article Editor
Gretel Lee*

* indicates a lead editor

STAFF MEMBERS

Mary Beall
Alexander Berk
Maria Brekke
Taylor Cunningham
Andy Erler
Eamonn Gallegher
Olivia Garber
Mary Georgevich
Chase Hamilton

Shirin Johnson
Bailey Metzger
Alana Mosley
Ally Nicol
Alanna Pawlowski
Timothy Sanders
John Sandridge
James Soper
Olivia Judd

Faculty Advisor
June Carbone

Office Manager
Gabriel Levin

ALUMNI ADVISORY BOARD

President
Lica Tomizuka

Secretary
Jennifer Cornell

Emeritus
Catharine MacKinnon

Rebekah Bailey, Jane Binder, Scott Crain, Jenny Gassman-Pines, Margaret Kaplan, Meredith Leake, Nicholas Lienesch, Aaron Marcus, Heather Redmond, Joseph W. Steinberg, David Swenson, Richard Weinmeyer

Founded in 1981 by Catharine MacKinnon
Published Twice a Year by Law Students of the University of Minnesota
 
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Sua Sponte is Law and Inequality's online publication featuring short articles discussing novel and timely issues of law and inequality. .

Sua Sponte publishes articles from students, scholars, legal practitioners, and non-legal professionals and organizers.

Sua Sponte is available here: editions.lib.umn.edu/suasponte/