Volume 30, Issue 2 Released

The Bill of Rights Journal’s newest issue is here! The table of contents is currently undergoing changes and will be attached below shortly.

Read all of this issue’s articles and notes. All content is also available at Hein, Lexis, EBSCO, Westlaw, and the W&M Repository.

 

 

 

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Volume 30, Issue 1 Released

The Bill of Rights Journal’s newest issue is here! The table of contents is below. Read all of this issue’s articles and notes. All content is also available at Hein, Lexis, EBSCO, Westlaw, and the W&M Repository.

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2022 Symposium

The BORJ 2022 Symposium addresses the issue of Mass Incarceration in the United State’s criminal justice system by exploring how it is perpetuated and how to combat it.

Prior to the Symposium, attendees are encouraged to watch short videos of some of our panelists, available here. These videos act as an introduction to our esteemed panelists’ research and provide a sneak peak to what will be discussed day-of.

We invite you to attend our virtual Symposium panels on March 4th from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (EST).

Register for the Symposium here.

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Volume 29, Issue 4 Released

The Bill of Rights Journal’s newest issue is here! The table of contents is below. Read all of this issue’s articles and notes. All content is also available at Hein, Lexis, EBSCO, Westlaw, and the W&M Repository.

 

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2021 Symposium

The BORJ 2021 Symposium explores how AI systems, and the algorithms that create them, come into conflict with the concepts of civil rights, both in the U.S. and abroad.

The Symposium kicks off with four pre-recorded podcasts: Cybersecurity as a Proxy for National Defense, Regulation of AI to Protect Citizens’ Rights, Algorithms & Free Speech, and Facial Recognition. You can listen to these in-depth conversations on your own.

We invite you to participate in the live Q&A session held on March 6 from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (EST). You will have the opportunity to ask your questions directly to speakers and participate in a larger conversation about algorithms and the Bill of Rights.

Register for the live Q&A > 

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