Diversity May Be Justified

Anita Bernstein Volume 64, Issue 1, 201-256 What about diversity as a rationale for affirmative action is compelling enough to justify the hurts it inflicts on individuals? Judges, legislators, public opinion, and implementers of diversity programs in education and...

Note – The Right to Be Forgotten

Robert Kirk Walker Volume 64, Issue 1, 257-286 Information posted to the Internet is never truly forgotten. While permanently available data offers significant social benefits, it also carries substantial risks to a data subject if personal information is used out of...