Let’s delete sex-identity from birth certificates
Heath Fogg Davis
How men continue to interrupt even the most powerful women
Tonja Jacobi & Dylan Schweers
The farmer turned human rights activist who breaks France’s laws to defend its values
Marriage should not come with any social benefits or privileges
The brain-heart dialogue shows how racism hijacks perception
‘Continuously, silently screaming’ – the profound agony of solitary confinement
Are human rights anything more than legal conventions?
Why men rape
The legal imagination
Maksymilian Del Mar
Bad things happen for a reason, and other idiocies of theodicy
We need a contract for co-parenting, not just for marriage
Want to reduce drug use? Listen to women drug users
Kasia Malinowska & Bethany Medley
How 60 ambiguous words gave the United States’ president unprecedented war power
Why rape cases should not be subject to reasonable doubt
Christopher Wareham & James Vos
Why the Nazis studied American race laws for inspiration
James Q Whitman
What would a rational criminal justice system look like?
How the sounds of solitary confinement might be worse than the isolation
Crimes of the future
What happens when a country has its first true democratic election?
Can the market save an endangered species? South Africa’s rhino horn conundrum
What kind of citizen was he?
How US prisons violate three principles of criminal justice
In the US, linking guns to owners is, by design, a convoluted and absurd process
If soldiers act with unjust aggression they are as culpable as civilian criminals
US law has long seen people of African descent as fugitives
A democracy deficit plagues the US and the European Union
David V Johnson
The inheritance of crime
Can video of the police shooting an unarmed civilian ever be viewed objectively?
Make rhymes not war: the hip hop solution to gang violence