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Has civil rights injunctive practice in corrections faded? Scholar says "no"
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In her paper, "Civil Rights Injunctions Over Time: A Case Study of Jail and Prison Court Orders", Margo Schlanger (University of Michigan Law School) argues that, "even now, ten years after passage of the PLRA, the civil rights injunction is more alive even in the prison and jail setting than the conventional wisdom recognizes" (from the Abstract). The article appears in the New York University Law Review, Vol. 81, 2006. Review Ms. Schlanger's other published works.




Posted Mon, Jun 26 2006 2:13 PM by Connie Clem

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