Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (SJCRCL)




The Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties (CRCL) is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to civil rights and liberties issues--both domestic and international.

Stanford Law School students founded CRCL in 2004 to explore the changing landscape of the civil rights and civil liberties dialogue, the real world implications of these changes on society, and the larger structural and systematic implications of these issues.

CRCL publishes two issues per year, featuring articles, essays, reviews, and commentary from prominent and emerging scholars, practitioners, and students. In addition to organizing annual symposia on civil rights and civil liberties, CRCL invites speakers and panelists to engage with the Stanford community on topics of interest and importance.

CRCL membership is open to all Stanford Law School students. Executive Board members are elected in the spring quarter of each year.


CRCL EDITORIAL BOARD

Editors-in-Chief
Deepa Kannappan and Margo Watson 


Executive Editors
Hannah Kieschnick, Sean Janda, and Max Alderman 


Submissions Editors
Mollie Miller, Zoe Friedland, and Will Evans 


Symposium Editors
Robyn Levin and Diana Yu 


Development Editors
Cat Alitmari-Brown and Lauren Zack


Technical Managing Editor
John Ugai


CURRENT CRCL ISSUE:

 

Photo by Heinrichsen Siegel

CRCL's Issue 11.1, recently published this winter in February 2016.

Articles

The Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Divide - Christopher W. Schmidt

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In Loco Aequitatis: The Dangers of “Safe Harbor” Laws for Youth in the Sex Trades - Brendan M. Conner

A Call to Reform State Restrictions on Hiring of Ex-Offenders - Stacy Hickox

Property, Penalty, and (Racial) Profiling - Taja-Nia Y. Henderson

CRCL SPOTLIGHT:
Posted February 23, 2014

 Photo by SLS News

EVA JEFFERSON PATERSON
President and Co-Founder of the Equal Justice Society


Last month, CRCL and the Stanford Law Review proudly hosted "The Civil Rights Act at Fifty" symposium at Stanford Law School. Eva Jefferson Paterson, President and Co-Founder of the Equal Justice Society, delivered the event's powerful keynote address. Click here to read about her work and message.



CRCL ANNOUNCEMENT
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Posted January 13, 2014



Join us for "The Civil Rights Act at Fifty," a symposium hosted by CRCL and the Stanford Law Review!
January 24-25, 2014 at Stanford Law School




CRCL SPOTLIGHT:
Posted December 21, 2013






ARACELI CAMPOS (SLS '04)
Founding CRCL Member and MALDEF's first Corporate Counsel

Click here to read about Araceli Campos's exciting journey from SLS to MALDEF--and how CRCL played a role along the way.




Current Issue

Volume XII (2016), Issue 2

Articles

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