The Journal of Law and Public Affairs recently published Volume 4, Issue 2. We are excited to have articles from Robert Blitt, who discusses the Wolf Act Amedments to the U.S. International Religious Freedom Act, Roy. L. Brooks, who provides a critique of President Trump’s Diversity Model, and Medha D. Makhlouf, who discusses Health Justice for Immigrants. In this issue, the Editor-in-Chief, Amanda LeSavage also provides a comment on American Gun Violence.
This issue and previous volumes of the Journal of Law and Public Affairs can be downloaded from the University of Pennyslvania Law Repository.