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A Step toward justice

By Professor Jennifer Wriggins

Domestic violence continues to be a huge problem in the United States, and it causes harm to survivors that is mostly uncompensated; the number of lawsuits seeking recovery for harms caused by domestic violence is minuscule. [Read more]

Teaching Torts with a Focus on Race and Racism

By Jennifer Wriggins, Sumner T. Bernstein Professor of Law

Overt racism is unquestionably on the rise in the U.S. Scholars and leaders are calling for a reckoning of U.S. racial history that has not yet happened. [1] Part of this reckoning involves thinking and learning – and teaching – about how different areas of law relate to race and racism, both historically and now. Read More.