Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy


Volume 11, Issue 3: Current Issues in Public Policy

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Volume 11, Issue 3: Current Issues in Public Policy
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In recent years, the phenomenon of domestic violence has been elevated to the unreputable status of a global epidemic infesting our society. …[read more]
 
 
“Should everyone be paid something, or are unpaid internships simply a part of getting your foot in the door?” …[read more]
 
 
“We can no longer operate under the assumption that what we do not know about a chemical substance cannot hurt us." ...[read more]
 
 

GENDER REASSIGNMENT SURGERY IN PRISONS: HOW THE EIGHTH AMENDMENT GUARANTEES MEDICAL TREATMENTS NOT COVERED BY PRIVATE INSURANCE OR MEDICARE FOR LAW-ABIDING CITIZENS 
By: LILA LEONARD

Whether taxpayers should foot the bill for prisoners to have gender reassignment surgery. ...[read more]
 
 

FINDING THE TREASURE WITHOUT WALKING THE PLANK: THE CRITICAL NEED FOR PROPERLY TAILORED ANTI-PIRACY LAWS 
                                                         By: PHIL PORTANTINO

 
The events of 2007, with some dramatic tweaking, could have made a terrific summer blockbuster. ...[read more]