The DePaul Journal for Social Justice promotes discussion of social justice and international human rights law policy issues, encourages submissions of interdisciplinary work, and accepts work with a non-conventional presentation. The discussions involve legal professionals, including community-based leaders, academics and students. Though the journal uses a traditional law review framework, it also explores alternative types of publication and expands content options to broaden access and better engage readers.
Current Issue: Volume 16, Issue 1
Table of Contents
Letter to the Readers
Brita Jelen and Kaylee De Tender
Outdated, Archaic, and Stereotypical: Current Medicaid Income and Asset Limits Discriminate Against Working Individuals with Disabilities
Illinois: a State-of-the-Art Model for State Immigration Rulemaking