Disobedience Article

Medical Disobedience

Vol. 136 No. 4 America’s medical conscience regime is broken. Doctors or nurses who conscientiously deny care get shielded from being sued, fired, or prosecuted — even if they don’t...
Abortion Law Recent Case

PAK v. Attorney General

Vol. 136 No. 2 As access to abortion is a rapidly developing question in the United States’s legal landscape, courts across the world are revisiting criminalization and constitutional...
Abortion Law Foreword

Race in the Roberts Court

Vol. 136 No. 1 When it comes to people of color, the Roberts Court treats “racism” as if it is an objective fact — out there in the world, apparent to anyone who stumbles upon it. The Roberts Court invites observers to believe that it is just using simple common sense when it identifies, or refuses to identify, something as racism.