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

Volume 7, Number 1

SYMPOSIUM
BREAKING BARRIERS: CURRENT ISSUES RELATING TO WOMEN, LABOR AND THE LAW

Breaking Barriers and Ending the Gauntlet
Lauren Stiller Rikleen

Margaret Brent—Maryland’s First Female Lawyer
Pamela J. White

CASA of Maryland and the Battle Regarding Human Trafficking and Domestic Workers’ Rights
Elizabeth Keyes

Immigration Relief for Human Trafficking Victims: Focusing the Lens on the Human Rights of Victims
Carole Angel

ARTICLES
Falling Through the Cracks: The Impact of VAWA 2005’s Unfinished Business on Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence
Mary B. Clark

The Inadequacy of Adequacy Guarantees: A Historical Commentary on State Constitutional Provisions that are the Basis for School Finance Litigation
Joseph P. Viteritti

Twentieth Century Approaches to Defining Religion:
Clifford Geertz and the First Amendment
Barbra Barnett

Eminent Domain: A Legal and Economic Critique
Nadia E. Nedzel & Walter Block

COMMENTS
Thompson v. HUD: Groundbreaking Housing Desegregation Litigation, and the Significant Task Ahead of Achieving an Effective Desegregation Remedy Without Engendering New Social Harms
Gina Kline

The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008: History, Successes, and Future Considerations
Christine Formas Norris

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