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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 … Continue reading

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Responses to Who will Save the Redheads? Towards an Anti-Bully Theory of Judicial Review and Protection of Democracy by Yaniv Roznai

“Looking at the interplay between courts and politicians through the lens of social psychology, as Roznai has done, can fuel our imagination regarding the toolkit that the former might use when coming up against undue pressure.” Maartje De Visser, Prevention … Continue reading

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About the Journal

Named among the leading student-edited constitutional law journals by Washington and Lee’s law library, the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal is published in four issues per annual volume, adding almost 1,400 pages to the Institute’s scholarly corpus each year. Containing both … Continue reading

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