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Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 19, Number 1, Spring 2013

Articles

The Disappearing Mexican-American Law Student, 1
Brent G. McCune, Lisa J. Soto, William G. Weaver, & Alejandro Hobbs

Legal Service Awareness of the Latino Population in Southern Nevada, 33
Edgar Flores

Secure Communities, Racial Profiling, & Suppression Law in Removal Proceedings, 63
Amelia Fischer

Playing the Race Card: White Americans' Sense of Victimization in Response to Affirmative Action, 95
Brett Hammon





Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 18, Number 1, Spring 2012

Articles

To Include or Exclude: A Comparative Study of State Laws on In-State Tuition for Undocumented Students in the United States, 1
Julie Stewart & Thomas Christian Quinn

The Birthright Citizenship Controversy: A Study of Conservative Substance and Rhetoric, 49
Allen R. Kamp

Note

The Future of English Language Learner Education: The Need for Dedicated Advocacy Through Litigation and Legislation, 81
Elizabeth Fenner






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 17, Number 1, Spring 2011

Articles

The Legal Status of Puerto Rico and the Institutional Requirements of Republicanism, 1
Joel Colón-Rios & Martin Hevia

“But Your Honor, He's an Illegal!”—Ruled Inadmissable and Prejudicial: Can the Undocumented Worker's Alien Status Be Introduced at Trial?, 27
Benny Agosto, Jr., Lupe Salinas, & Eloisa Morales Arteaga

When the Wise Latina Judge Meets a Living Constitution—Why It Is a Matter of Perspective, 53
Laura A. Hernandez

Note

Reasonably Suspicious of Being Mojado: The Legal Derogation of Latinos in Immigration Enforcement, 99
Javier Perez






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 16, Number 1, Spring 2010

Articles

Relitigating Plessy in the 21st Century: Separate and Unequal Education in California, 1
Armen H. Merjian

The Establishment of All-Citizen Juries as a Key Component of Mexico's Judicial Reform: Cross-National Analyses of Lay Judge Participation and the Search for Mexico's Judicial Sovereignty, 37
Hiroshi Fukurai & Richard Krooth

Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk of Racial Profiling: A Study of Automobile Checkpoint Law in Three Nations, 87
Robert H. Chaires, Emmanuel Barthe, & Susan A. Lentz
Note
ELL Education in Arizona: Unconstitutional Segregation or Just Inappropriate?, 121
Jasmine Wightman






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 15, Number 1, Spring 2009

Latino Focus

Pablo Javier Almaguer, 1
Veronica Reyes

Articles

Rethinking Equality: National Identity and Language Rights in the United States, 7
Tamar Brandes

Am I my Brother's Keeper?: Immigration Law Reform and the Liberty that is America (A Legal, Theological and Ethical Observation on the Debate of Allowing Immigration Amnesty), 51
Rev. Craig Kyle Hemphill, Esq.

Racial Profiling: Who is the Executioner and Does He Have a Face?, 71
Michal Tamir

Note

Tierra Sin Dueños: The Effect of Cuba's Foreign Investment Scheme on United States' Certified Property Claims, 93
Megan Elizabeth Haas






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 14, Number 1, Spring 2008

Latino Focus

In Recognition of Nina Perales: Southwest Regional Counsel, MALDEF, 1
Edward Sandoval

Articles

Criminal Gangs in Latin America: The Next Great Threat to Regional Security and Stability?, 7
Luz E. Nagle

Los Derechos Reproductive de las Latinas y los Acuerdos Comerciales de Maternidad Subrogada, 29
Glenda Labadie-Jackson

The Reproductive Rights of the Latinas and Commercial Surrogacy Contracts—English Translation, 49
Glenda Labadie-Jackson

Note

Municipal Overreaching: Federal Preemption as it Applies to Town Ordinances Outlawing the Rental of Housing to Undocumented Aliens, 69
Hayden O'Byrne






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 13, Number 1, Spring 2007

Latino Focus

In Recognition of Eduardo Roberto Rodriquez, 1
Jonathan Gracia

Note

Blinded by the White: Latino School Desegregation and the Insidious Allure of Whiteness, 7
Daniel Aaron Rochmes

Article

The Social Psychology of Peremptory Challenges: An Examination of Latino Jurors, 25
Roger Enriquez & John W. Clark, III






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 12, Number 1, Spring 2006

Latino Focus

Dean Susana Alemán, 1
Victor Villarreal, Melissa M. Lopez & Adan Briones

Articles

An Overview of U.S. Immigration Law and Policy Since 9/11, 9
Barbara Hines

Broken Borders: DeCanas v. Bica, and the Standards that Govern the Validity of State Measures Designed to Deter Undocumented Immigration, 31
Joshua J. Herndon

Sugar Wars: Dispute Settlement Under NAFTA and the WTO as Seen Through the Lens of the HFCS Case, and Its Effects on U.S.-Mexican Relations, 121
Alice Vacek-Aranda






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 11, Number 1, Fall 2005

Latino Focus

In Memory of Judge Reynaldo G. Garza, 1
Michael Brammer Knisely

Symposium

Hernandez v. Texas: A 50th Anniversary Celebration, 11
Marcos Guerra, Ed.

Articles

Of Borders and Best Interests: Examining the Experiences of Undocumented Immigrants in U.S. Family Courts, 45
David B. Thronson

Dual Sources of Influence on Latino Political Identity: Mexico's Dual Nationality Policy and the DREAM Act, 75
René Galindo, Christina Medina & Xóchitl Chávez






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 10, Number 1, Fall 2004

Latino Focus

In Recognition of Pablo Escamilla: Cofounder of Escamilla & Poneck, Inc, 1
Daniel Ortiz

Articles

Law School Diversity as a Compelling State Interest: Justice O'Connor's Application of Strict Scrutiny and the Promise of the U.S. Supreme Court's Ruling in Grutter v. Bollinger, 9
James B. Johnston, Esq.

Affirmative Action Revived: What is the Future for Law Schools?, 29
Robert Pallitto & Shelli Soto

Pedagogy on Teaching Race & Law: Beyond “Talk Show” Discussions, 39
Frank René López

Border Controls, Public Policy, Immigration, and Trade with Mexico, 67
Thomas M. Fullerton, Jr. & Richard L. Sprinkle

Agricultural Guestworker Programs in the United States, 79
Alice J. Baker

A Fair Day's Pay: The Problem of Unpaid Workers in Central Texas, 117
Julien Ross






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 9, Number 1, Fall 2003

Latino Focus

In Recognition of Norma Cantú: Professor, The University of Texas School of Law, 1
Melissa Glaze

Conference

National Council of La Raza 2002 Annual Conference Selected Panel, 7

Student Notes

Reforming the Criminal Procedure System in Latin America, 27
James L. Bischoff

A Legal Analysis of the Texas Medicaid Reimbursement Scheme and its Effects on the Border Region, 55
Luis Figueroa






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 8, Number 1, Spring 2002

Latino Focus

In Recognition of Alberto Gonzales: Counsel to the President, 1
Angelica Cervantes & Stephanie Townsend Allala

Symposium

Diversity on Trial: Grutter v. Bollinger, 7
Sabine Mora, Ed.

Comment

So Near Yet So Far Away: The Effect of September 11th on Mexican Immigrants in the United States, 37
Prof. Barbara Hines

Student Notes

Legal Constructions of Cultural Identity in Latin America: An Argument Against Defining “Indigenous Peoples”, 49
John A. Mills

U.S. - Cuba Compensation Policy, 79
Bradley T. Gilmore






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 7, Number 1, Fall 2001

Foreword, i

Sabine Mora

Latino Focus

In Recognition of Raul Yzaguirre: President, National Council of La Raza, 1
Sabine Mora

Conference

National Council of La Raza 2001 Annual Conference: Selected Panels, 13
Sabine Mora, Ed. & Celestino Gallegos, Ed.

Articles

“But You're Not a Dirty Mexican”: Internalized Oppression, Latinos & Law, 59
Laura M. Padilla

Customer Racial Discrimination in Major League Baseball: Is There No Hope for Equal Pay?, 119 Ilyana M. Kuziemko & Geoffrey C. Rapp

Student Note

Piece by Piece: Garment Workers, Livable Wages, and Economic Development in Los Angeles County, 147
Vicki Vértoz






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 6, Number 1, Summer 2001

Foreword, i

Lani Guinier

Symposium

Drawing Lines in the Sand: The Texas Latino Community and Redistricting 2001, 1

Articles

The Scope of the Powers and Responsibilities of the Texas Legislature in Redistricting and the Exploration of Alternatives to the Legislative Role: A Basic Primer, 83
Jonathan Snare

Effects of the Voting Rights Act on Reapportionment and Hispanic Voting Strength in Texas, 99
Steve Bickerstaff

History, Latinos, and Redistricting, 125
Jose Garza

Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Texas Latinos and Redistricting in 2001, 137 Henry Flores

Another View, 149
Douglas Markham

Commentary

Arizona Redistricting: Issues Surrounding Hispanic Voter Representation, 163
Adela de la Torre

Glossary, 171






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 5, Number 1, 2001

Hispanic Focus

In Recognition of Adelfa Callejo: Dallas Attorney and Activist, 1
Cindy Rosales and Alberto Mesta, Jr.

Article

Critical Evaluations of Hispanic Participation on the Grand Jury: Key-Man Selection, Jurymandering, Language, and Representative Quotas, 7
Hiroshi Fukurai

Comment

The Other Side of the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo: A Synopsis of the Case Involving 433 Land Claims by Texas Families Against the Government of México, 41
Jorge A. Vargas

Book Review

Beyond Whose Reason?: Of Blacks, Jews, and the Quest for Truth, 59
Edward Greer

Notes

Cuba's Flirtatious Love Affair with Foreign Investment: The Evolution of Laws 50 and 77, 81
Verena A. Gallousis

Case Comment, City of Chicago v. Morales: Street Gangs, Public Spaces, and the Limits of Police Discretion, 105
Roy L. Sturgeon






Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy
Volume 4, Number 1, 1998

Foreword, i

Hispanic Focus

In Recognition of Representative Irma L. Rangel: Legislator and Role Model, 1
Veronica D. Briseño

Articles

Not a Zookeeper's Culture: LatCrit Theory and the Search for Latino/a Authenticity in the U.S., 7
Larry Catá Backer

Hopwood, Race, Bakke and the Constitution, 29
Marco Portales

Panel Discussions

Constructing Reality After Hopwood, 45

Affirmative Action and Standardized Testing, 85

Notes

Minorities and the University of Texas School of Law (1950-1980), 99






Hispanic Law Journal
Volume 3, Number 1, 1997

Foreword, i

Hispanic Focus

In Recognition of Frank Tejeda: A Quiet Warrior, 1
Aaron M. Boyce

Article

Minority Voting Rights and Judicial Selection Reform in Texas: Why Not a Modified At-Large Voting System???, 11
Carroll G. Robinson

Book Review

Morenitos, Gueros, y Bolillos, 61
Gerald Torres

Notes

The Treatment of the Spanish Language and Latinos in Education in the Southwest, in the Workplace, and in the Jury Selection Process, 73
Lisa Soto

A Proposal to Combat the Illegal Trafficking of Pre-Columbian Artifacts, 91
Aaron M. Boyce






Hispanic Law Journal
Volume 2, Number 1, 1996

Foreword, i

Hispanic Focus

In Recognition of Dan Morales: A Visit with the Texas Attorney General, 1
Rob Lallier

Comment

Hispanics and the Mainstream: The Role of Higher Education, 7
Manuel J. Justiz

Notes

1995 Student Note Competition Winner
Toward Transformative Critical Race Theory: Creating Communication Across Class Divisions, 15
Joseph Erasto Jaramillo

1996 Student Note Competition Winner
HUD Shuts the Door: Restrictions on Housing Assistance to Noncitizens, 47
Jason Dzubow






Hispanic Law Journal
Volume 1, Number 1, 1994

Foreword, i

Hispanic Focus

In Recognition of Judge Reynaldo G. Garza, 1
Marc Knisely with a contribution from Justice Raul A. Gonzalez

Article

Local Police Involvement in the Enforcement of Immigration Law, 9
Judge Linda Reyna Yañez and Alfonso Soto

Comments

With Liberty and Justice For All: How America Can Provide Fair Housing For All Its People, 53
Secretary Henry G. Cisneros

The Assassination of Luis Donaldo Colosio, 73
Richard Rodriguez

Notes

1994 Student Note Competition Winner
Ending the Conquest Won Through Institutionalized Racism in Our Schools: Multicultural Curricula and the Right to an Equal Education, 77
David Aaron DeSoto

The Voice of Color and Its Value in Legal Storytelling, 105
Ana Garza


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