The Yale Law Journal

Kevin R. Johnson


An Immigration Gideon for Lawful Permanent Residents

Kevin R. Johnson

122 Yale L.J. 2394 (2013).

In evaluating the legacy of Gideon v. Wainwright, it is critical to remember that the Supreme Court’s decision rested on the Sixth Amendment right to counsel for the accused in criminal cases. American law sharply demarcates between the many rights available to criminal def…


Minorities, Immigrant and Otherwise

Kevin R. Johnson

Anupam Chander’s article Minorities, Shareholder and Otherwise brilliantly offers a “conservative” justification for a U.S. constitutional law truly dedicated to fairness and justice for all. It does so by counterintuitively looking to the bottom-line-oriented world of corporate law. This comm…