Over the last 30 years, the Chicana/o-Latina/o Law Review (“CLLR”) has provided an essential forum for the discussion of central issues affecting the Latino community that "mainstream" law journals continue to ignore. Since 1972, the Review has established a reputation for publishing strong scholarly work on affirmative action and education, Spanish and Mexican land grants, environmental justice, language rights, and immigration reform.
Volume 15, Issue 1, 1994
Table of Contents
Mascaras, Trenzas, y Greñas: Un/Masking the Self While Un/Braiding Latina Stories and Legal Discourse