“The standard adage teaches hard cases make bad laws…. I fear that these cases suggest a corollary: Shocking cases make too much law.” — Justice Sonya Sotomayor, January 2016 In words that time will deem historic and progressive, Justice Sotomayor offered an insightful dissent last month in the Supreme Court’s review of Utah vs Strieff. […]
Author: Roma Patel
Roma Patel is an Economic Policy Intern at the Center for Global Policy Solutions, where she focuses on evidence-based policy research and reform to promote equal and full rates of market empowerment for marginalized populations. Her interests include economic justice, criminal justice, and legal justice for all people. Roma gradated from Cornell University in 2016 with a triple major in Philosophy, Psychology, and Performing Media Arts. She hopes to attend law school in Fall 2018.
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