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The Penn Law faculty are engaged in a wide array of scholarship in traditional, cross-disciplinary and cutting-edge areas of inquiry. This newly created section of our website, which we will continue to populate in the months ahead, gives you access and the ability to search current and earlier work.

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"Not Just a Common Criminal": The Case for Sentencing Mitigation Videos, U of Penn Law School, Public Law Research Paper No. 14-19. (forthcoming)
Author:  Regina Austin

"The Shame of It All": Stigma and the Political Disenfranchisement of Formerly Convicted and Incarcerated Persons, 36 COLUM. HUMAN RIGHTS L. REV. 173 (2004).
Author:  Regina Austin

Back to Basics: Returning to the Matter of Black Inferiority and White Supremacy in the Post-Brown Era, 6 J. APP. PRAC. & PROCESS 79 (2004).
Author:  Regina Austin

Documentation, Documentary, and the Law: What Should Be Made of Victim Impact Videos? 31 CARDOZO L. REV. 979 (2010).
Author:  Regina Austin

Documenting Injustice: Katrina, Class, and Visual Legal Advocacy
Author:  Regina Austin

Ed Baker, Colleague, 12 U. PA. J. CONST. L. 939 (2010).
Author:  Regina Austin

Forward (Documentaries & the Law Symposium Issue): Engaging Documentaries Seriously, 16 FORDHAM INTELL. PROP. MEDIA & ENT. L.J. 707 (2006).
Author:  Regina Austin

Kwanzaa and the Commodification of Black Culture, BLACK RENAISSANCE/RENAISSANCE NOIRE (2004).
Author:  Regina Austin

Mary Jo Frug's Postmodern Feminist Legal Manifesto 10 Years Later: Reflections on the State of Feminism Today, 36 NEW ENG. L. REV 1 (2001) (with Elizabeth M. Schneider).
Author:  Regina Austin

Of Predatory Lending and the Democratization of Credit: Preserving the Social Safety Net of Informality in Small-Loan Transactions, 53 AM. U.L. REV. 1217 (2004).
Author:  Regina Austin

Race Statistics, Disparate Impact Analysis and the Economic Disenfranchisement of Minority Ex-Offenders, 4 RACE & SOC'Y 177 (2001).
Author:  Regina Austin

Race and Law-Genre Amateur Documentaries: Lessons Learned When the Subaltern Shoots
Author:  Regina Austin

Speaking Volumes: Musings on the Issues of the Day, Inspired by the Memory of Mary Joe Frug, 12 COLUM. J. GENDER & L. 660 (2003).
Authors:  Regina Austin and Elizabeth M. Schneider

Step on a Crack, Break Your Mother's Back: Poor Moms, Myths of Authority, and Drug-Related Evictions from Public Housing, 14 YALE J.L. & FEMINISM 273 (2002).
Author:  Regina Austin

Super Size Me and the Conundrum of Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Class for the Contemporary Law-Genre Documentary Filmmaker, 40 LOYOLA L.A. L. REV. 687 (2007).
Author:  Regina Austin

The Next “New Wave”: Law-Genre Documentaries, Lawyering in Support of the Creative Process, and Visual Legal Advocacy, 16 FORDHAM INTELL. PROP. MEDIA & ENT. L.J. 809 (2006).
Author:  Regina Austin

Women’s Unequal Citizenship at the Border: Lessons from Three Nonfiction Films about the Women of Juarez, in GENDER EQUALITY: DIMENSIONS OF WOMEN’S EQUAL CITIZENSHIP (Linda McClain & Joanna L. Grossman, eds., 2009).
Author:  Regina Austin

“Black People’s Money”: A Speculative Essay on the Interaction of Law, Economics, and Culture in the Context of Race, Gender, and Class
Author:  Regina Austin

Not Just for the Fun of It”: Governmental Restraints on Black Leisure, Social Inequality, and the Privatization of Public Space, 71 S. CAL. L. REV. 667 (1998).
Author:  Regina Austin

“This Too Takes a Village”: The Importance of Social Resources to Sustained Black Home Ownership as Illustrated in Three Documentary Films (forthcoming)
Author:  Regina Austin