Ramapo Journal of Law & Society Spring 2022 Edition
Spring 2021 Senior Thesis Colloquium
Sarah Teschon, The Opioid Epidemic: An Analysis of Policies, Medical Malpractice Concerns, Pharmaceutical Companies, and Potential Resolutions for the Opioid Crisis
Arisnelly Catano, Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Black Women and their Effects on Maternal Morbidity
Ashley Rodriguez, The Bail System: Examining Socioeconomic Disparities
Eric Cook, The Impact of Property Rights Reform on Development
Ramapo Journal of Law & Society Fall 2020 Edition
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- Why Women Should Make the Abortion Decision: Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t
(Christina San Fillipo, Ramapo College of New Jersey)
- Creating Terrorists: Issues with Counterterrorism Tactics and the Entrapment Defense
(Carissa Prevratil, California State University, Long Beach)
- Transitional Justice: The Key to Democracy, Development, and Sustainable Peace within Transitioning Societies in Latin America
(Brianna Weissman, Ramapo College of New Jersey)
- Fear of the Other Race: Decades of Institutional Racism, Unfair Legislation, and Hatred
(Jake Luppino, Ramapo College of New Jersey)
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The Ramapo Journal of Law and Society is an interdisciplinary, online journal devoted to the publication of undergraduate scholarship in Law and Society. The journal is published by an editorial board of students and faculty representing the Ramapo College of New Jersey undergraduate program in Law and Society, in collaboration with our colleagues at other colleges and universities nationwide.
The Ramapo Journal of Law and Society is an interdisciplinary, online journal devoted to the publication of undergraduate scholarship in Law and Society. The Journal’s mission is to provide a platform to undergraduate students from across disciplines to engage with socio-legal issues in the context of the liberal arts. We understand law and society broadly to include discussions of law in society not just as rigid bodies of rules but as dynamic institutions shaped by historical forces and social imperatives. The journal will include submissions from varied fields of the social sciences and humanities, and hopes to build conversations across disciplines on the topical socio-legal issues of our times.
The journal is published by an editorial board of students and faculty representing the Ramapo College undergraduate program in Law and Society, in collaboration with our colleagues at other colleges and universities nationwide.
Executive Editorial Board
- Asst. Prof Jeffrey Ellsworth
- Asst. Prof. David Gurney
- Assoc. Prof. Sanghamitra Padhy
- Prof. Mihaela Serban
- Anjali Patel, 2022 (editor-in-chief)
- Leah Berlinger 2023
- Adam Piro 2023
- John Waite, 2022
- Web Assistance: Robert Josic
Faculty Advisory Board
- Renee Cramer, Drake University
- Haley Duschinski, Ohio University
- Francesca LaGuardia, Montclair State University, NJ
- Chrysanthi Leon, University of Delaware
- Jinee Lokaneeta, Drew University, NJ
- Aaron Lorenz, Ramapo College of NJ
- Paul Reck, Ramapo College of NJ
- Christine Scott-Hayward, California State University at Long Beach, CA
The Ramapo Journal of Law and Society would like to thank Deans Samuel Rosenberg and Aaron Lorenz for their unwavering support, and to Dominique Johnson, for initiating this project. Thank you to Robert Josic and Steve Schurr for their help with web design and all technical assistance.
The views expressed by the authors are not necessarily those of the Ramapo College of NJ or the Law and Society program at Ramapo. While the Editorial Board has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this journal, we cannot accept responsibility for any errors or omissions contained in the articles.
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