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Finding Justice in Translation: American Jurisprudence Affecting Due Process for People with Limited English Proficiency Together with Practical Suggestions

Maxwell Alan Miller, Hon. Lynn W. Davis, Adam Prestidge & William G.

Note: Digital Due Process: Using Technology to Ensure Equality When Reciting Miranda Rights to Non- English Speaking Suspects

By Erika Glenn

Note: Reciprocity Interest in Political Affiliation: Redefining the Political Community to Attain Just Principles in Immigration Reform

By Daniel Correa

Comment:Latinos and S.B. 1070: Demonization, Dehumanization, and Disenfranchisement

Andrea Christina Nill

Arizona 1070: Straw-Man Law Enforcement

Frank Melone, Elizabeth Pitrof & Ann Schmidt

The Road to S.B. 1070: How Arizona Became Ground Zero for the Immigrants’ Rights Movement and the Continuing Struggle for Latino Civil Rights in America

By Kristina M.

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Volume 14 Now Available

We are proud to announce that volume 14 of the HLLR is now available. The Harvard Latino Law Review provides a forum for the scholarly discussion of legal issues affecting Latinos and Latinas in the United States.

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Welcome to the new Latino Law Review website! The Harvard Latino Law Review provides a forum for the scholarly discussion of legal issues affecting Latinos and Latinas in the United States.