The journal sponsors an annual symposium on topics related to race, religion, gender or class and the proceedings from some of those meetings are published in the journal.

Browse the contents of University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class Symposia:

Gideon at Fifty: Fulfilling the Promise of Right to Counsel for Indigent Defendants, March 22, 2013
Children at Risk: Examining the Nexus Between Race, the Juvenile Justice System, and Public Education, November 9, 2012
Cannabis: A Viable Treatment for Veterans with PTSD? April 12, 2012
Protecting Our Children: A Critical Look at LGBT Youth and Anti-Bullying Policy, November 11, 2011
Domestic Violence: Causes, Prevention, and Advocacy, April 6, 2011
Confronting Islam: Shari'ah, the Constitution, and American Muslims, November 5, 2010
Constitutional Challenge to California's Proposition 8, March 24, 2010
Problem Solving Courts: A Conversation with the Experts, November 6, 2009
A Powerful Electorate?: The Impact of Election Law on American Democracy, October 16, 2008
Maryland Legal Services Corporation 25th Anniversary Symposium: Recognizing Twenty-Five Years of Accomplishments and Setting an Agenda for the Future, October 11, 2007
Past Symposia