University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class

Volume 5, Number 2

SYMPOSIUM
BROKEN FENCES: LEGAL AND PRACTICAL REALITIES OF IMMIGRATION REFORM IN THE POST-9/11 AGE

Restoring the Rule of Law: Reflections on Fixing the Immigration System and Exploring Failed Policy Choices
Katherine L. Vaughns

Broken Fences: Legal and Practical Realities of Immigration Reform in the Post-9/11 Age
Jeanne A. Butterfield

Immigration: Mind Over Matter
Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia

Towards Balancing a New Immigration and Nationality Act: Enhanced Immigration Enforcement and Fair, Humane and Cost-Effective Treatment of Aliens
Christopher Nugent

A Check on the Real Realities of Immigration: A Reflection
Maureen A. Sweeney

ARTICLES
Latino Educational Neglect: The Result Bespeaks Discrimination
Lupe S. Salinas

The Ten Commandments as a Secular Historic Artifact or Sacred Religious Text: Using Modrovich v. Allegheny County to Illustrate How Words Create Reality
Ann Sinsheimer

DUI Treatment Programs and Religious Freedom: Does Cutter v. Wilkinson Change the Analysis?
Morris Jenkins, Bradene Moore, Eric Lambert & Alan Clarke

COMMENT
The Evolving, Yet Still Inadequate, Legal Protections Afforded Battered Immigrant Women
Indira K. Balram

CASENOTE
Crawford v. Washington: The Admissibility of Statements to Physicians and the Use of Closed-Circuit Television in Cases of Child Sexual Abuse
Jon Simon Stefanuca

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