Christopher F. Droney – ’79

The Honorable Christopher F. Droney joined the Connecticut Law Review in 1977 while a student at the University of Connecticut School of Law. From 1977-78, Judge Droney served as Member of Volume 10 of the Connecticut Law Review, where he published a student note titled: “The Briefcase Caper, Standing and Due Process Exclusion: United States […]

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Volume 40 Symposium (2007-08): Unconscious Discrimination Twenty Years Later

Twenty years ago, Professor Charles Lawrence wrote one of the most influential pieces in critical race theory, entitled The Id, The Ego, and Equal Protection: Reckoning with Unconscious Racism. Professor Lawrence noted that the purposeful intent requirements found in antidiscrimination laws failed to provide adequate protection because many forms of racial bias are unconscious. He […]

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