Vol. 10 No. 1 (2022): Brandeis University Law Journal

Brandeis University Law Journal cover art depicting a light blue gavel on a darker blue ground.

The Brandeis University Law Journal aims to provide Brandeis University with the opportunity to contribute to discussions of law and law-related topics with the publication of undergraduate scholarship. Each issue of the journal seeks to contribute to the furtherance of Brandeis University’s motto of “truth even unto its innermost parts” through publishing rigorously researched articles and engaging in respectful, thoughtful, and insightful debates.

These six rigorously-edited articles show insightful research and prompt, vital discussions about contemporary issues. The issue is written, edited, and collected by Brandeis University undergraduates and unassociated with any law school. This journal is both a publication and a constant work in progress as we are grounded in an undergraduate academic environment and constantly trying to learn, grow and improve. The articles cover topics including environmental protections, immigration policy, criminal justice, preventing fraud, free speech, and gender affirming care.

Published: 2023-05-09

Introductory Materials

  • Frontmatter

    DOI: https://doi.org/10.26812/bulj.v10i1.634

Articles

  • Necessities to Life: The Fundamental Rights to Clean

    Sophia Reiss
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.26812/bulj.v10i1.575
  • What Would Happen If…?

    Gianna Bruno
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.26812/bulj.v10i1.576
  • Op-Ed: A Country of Immigrants, but not in Their Favor

    Lauren Davis
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.26812/bulj.v10i1.577
  • “The Family Separation Crisis That No One Knows About” How Our Flawed Legal and Prison Systems Work to Keep Incarcerated Parents from Their Children

    Jenna Blocher
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.26812/bulj.v10i1.579
  • How has Covid Impacted the Call for Reform for the Criminal Justice System?

    Olivia Sinkoff
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.26812/bulj.v10i1.580
  • Qui Tam: An Ingenious Bulwark Against Fraud

    Tavorr Vaxman-Magid
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.26812/bulj.v10i1.581
  • Restricting Freedom of Speech: An Analysis of Censorship Cases in Relation to Misinformation during the COVID-19 Crisis

    Anika Jain
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.26812/bulj.v10i1.583
  • The Halachic Mandate for Gender Affirming Care: Examining the Potential Efficacy of Religious Liberty Claims made by Jewish Health Care Providers

    Daniel Block
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.26812/bulj.v10i1.584