Introduced in Spring 1995, the Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Digest was published through Spring 1997, after which its title changed to the Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Journal. In Spring, 2000 it became the Washington and Lee Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Journal, and the Fall of 2005 saw the inauguration of the current title, the Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice.
Current Issue: Volume 29, Issue 3 (2023)
Is a Duty to Pay Tax Inherent in Affirmations of Human Rights?
Jonathan M. Barrett
Policing the College Campus: History, Race, and Law
Vanessa Miller and Katheryn Russell-Brown
High Anxiety: Racism, the Law, and Legal Education
Elayne E. Greenberg
Pandemic Silver Lining: Discovering the Reasonableness of Remote Learning as an Accommodation Under the ADA
Behind the Screen: Examining the Human Consequences and Constitutional Ramifications of the Virtual Criminal Defendant
Hollywood at Home: Applying Federal Child Labor Laws to Traditional and Modern Child Performers
Shannon Kate McGrath