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Founded by Students

The Northern Kentucky Law Review, founded in 1973, is an independent journal, edited and published entirely by the students of NKU Chase College of Law.

Current Issue

Volume 46, No. 2

Articles

Contemporary State Anti-"Slavery" Efforts:  Dishonest and Ineffective
Karen E. Bravo
Full Text, page 106

What Can International Transitional Justice Offer U.S. Social Justice Movements?
Laurel E. Fletcher
Full Text, page 132

Notes

The Investigatory Power of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission:  Toward a Rule Against Perpetuities
Tyler C. Arnzen
Full Text, page 143

An Analysis of Recent Reconsiderations for Battered Women as a Particular Social Group
Kati Massey
Full Text, page 162