Can the lengths the law goes to hide institutional actors from public accountability be morally justified?
Abolishing law enforcement as we know it could mean many different things. Can the history of the police force give us direction in where to go from here?
How did a staunchly conservative Supreme Court judge side with a sweeping win for the LGBT community? The answer lies in textualism.
As many police practices come under increasing scrutiny, we must consider the role of nonhuman animals in police forces.
We need to examine laws like Stand Your Ground that protect and make space for citizen vigilantes. How can we justify their roles in society now?
As Black Lives Matter protests spread across the world, Australia must also confront the very present racism of how Indigenous people are treated by police.
If tear gas is a substance that is "evil in itself" (malum in se), why can police use tear gas on protesters? Just war theory provides criticism.
While the vast majority of protests have been peaceful, those that aren't challenge us in ways that require further investigation.
We need greater legal resources for identifying and acknowledging the various forms racial violence takes.
Are the conditions inmate find themselves in during the pandemic consistent with the purpose incarceration is meant to serve?