The University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class provides a forum for academics, judges, and practitioners to engage in a scholarly discussion of legal issues pertaining to race, religion, gender and class. The Journal is dedicated to fostering intellectual discourse on issues at the intersection of public policy and the law, as well as analyzing the effects of law, policy and judicial decision on different religious, racial, ethnic, economic and social groups.

About Us Symposia Aims and Scope Editorial Board

EDITORIAL BOARD VOL. 23, NO. 1 2022-2023

Fasika Delessa
Managing Editor
Brenda Garcia
Executive Symposium Editors
Morgan Taylor
Camila Blaha
Executive Articles Editor
Laila Mogharabi
Notes And Comments Editors
Brianna Drayton
Tucker Mack
Manuscripts Editor
Benjamin Link
Senior Articles Editor
Thuy Langrill-Miles
Articles Editors
Heidi Kurniawan
Isabel Restall
Wesley Schrock
Associate Editors
Sergio Ballon
Violeta Curiel
Norman Greenwell
Gavin Grossman
Tayler Littlejohn
Staff Editors
Molly Cook
Katherine Coyle
Leslie Currie
Ashlyn Eddy
Sarah Fetcho
Kathryn Fitzgerald
Kathleen Gagnon
Amy Gersten
William Jacobs-Perez
Olivia Johnson
Eleanor Meschino
Sarah Miller
Rafael Moreno
Jillian Oross
Elizabeth Piper
Caitlyn Sarudy
Rebecca Walker-Keegan
Melissa Wall
Faculty Advisors
Professor Richard Boldt
Professor Michael Pinard
Journal Librarian
Tanya Thomas