Volume 5, Issue 3
This volume marks the first time that the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform and the Michigan Journal of Race & Law have collaborated to produce a joint issue. We entered this relationship to pursue two shared goals. First, we seek to enhance the developing body of Latina/o Critical Race Theory by bringing LatCrit, and Critical Race Theory more generally, into established legal discourse. This area of study involves important issues that, for the most part, are rarely discussed, despite their centrality to the legal system and the legal profession's role in an increasingly diverse society. Second, through our collaborative effort, we endeavor to integrate the goals of our publications-providing a forum for the exploration of issues relating to race and law, and focusing on publishing law reform-oriented scholarship.
This issue is volume 33, issue 3 of University Journal of Law Reform (Spring 2000) and volume 5, issue 3 of Michigan Journal of Race & Law (Summer 2000).
Elizabeth M. Iglesias and Francisco Valdes
Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol and Sharon Elizabeth Rush
Margaret E. Montoya
Steven W. Bender
Dorothy E. Roberts
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Ratna Kapur and Tayyab Mahmud