YLJ Podcast: Immutable Traits in Antidiscrimination Law
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Princeton Ph.D. candidate Sarah Seo discusses her work on the relationship between the rise of car culture and the development of American criminal procedure in the 20th century.
Should a court be able to identify each individual member of a plaintiff class before allowing a class action lawsuit to go forward? In this episode, we interview Geoff Shaw (YLS 2016) about his forthcoming Note, “Class Ascertainability.”
What happens when a federal judge makes a mistake in calculating your sentence? On our first episode, we interview Kate Huddleston (YLS ’16) about her forthcoming piece “Federal Sentencing Error as Loss of Chance” and delve into the world of challenging sentences based on incorrect calculations under the federal Sentencing Guidelines.