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Current Issue: Volume 83, Issue 6 (2015) Volume 83,Issue 6




"I Do for My Kids": Negotiating Race and Racial Inequality in Family Court
Tonya L. Brito, David J. Pate Jr., and Jia-Hui Stefanie Wong


Race in the Life Sciences: An Empirical Assessment, 1950-2000
Osagie K. Obasogie, Julie N. Harris-Wai, Katherine Darling, and Carolyn Keagy



Saving Charitable Settlements
Christine P. Bartholomew