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Publications

Angela Harris: The Person, the Teacher, the Scholar
2014, Rachel F. Moran, California Law Review
Foreword: A Tribute to Margaret Montoya
2014, Rachel F. Moran, Chicana/o Latina/o Law Review
Race Law Cases in the American Story
2014, Rachel F. Moran, Cambridge University Press
Race Law Cases in the American Story
2014, Rachel F. Moran, Cambridge University Press
A New Twist on the One Best System: Structured English Immersion Initiatives, Equal Opportunity, and Freedom to Learn
2013, Rachel F. Moran, Information Age Publishing
Untoward Consequences: The Ironic Legacy of Keyes v. School District No. 1
2013, Rachel F. Moran, Denver University Law Review
Clark Kerr and Me: The Future of the Public Law School
2013, Rachel F. Moran, Indiana Law Journal
When Intercultural Competency Comes to Class: Navigating Difference in the Modern American Law School
2013, Rachel F. Moran, Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal
Challenges and Opportunities: My Personal Journey
2012, Rachel F. Moran, Chicana/o Latina/o Law Review
Beyond the Loving Analogy: The Independent Logic of Same-Sex Marriage
2012, Rachel F. Moran, Cambridge University Press
Equal Liberties and English Language Learners: The Special Case of Structured Immersion Initiatives
2011, Rachel F. Moran, Howard Law Journal
Educational Policy and the Law
2011, Rachel F. Moran, Cengage
What Counts as Knowledge?: A Reflection on Race, Social Science, and the Law
2010, Rachel F. Moran, Law & Society Review
Let Freedom Ring: Making Grutter Matter in School Desegregation Cases
2009, Rachel F. Moran, University of Miami Law Review
Terms of Belonging
2009, Rachel F. Moran, Oxford University Press
Rethinking Race, Equality, and Liberty: The Unfulfilled Promise of Parents Involved
2008, Rachel F. Moran, Ohio State University Law Journal
Race Law Stories
2008, Rachel F. Moran, Foundation Press
Interracial Intimacy: The Regulation of Race and Romance
2008, Rachel F. Moran, University of Chicago Press
The Story of Lau v. Nichols: Breaking the Silence in Chinatown
2008, Rachel F. Moran, Foundation Press
Loving and the Legacy of Unintended Consequences
2007, Rachel F. Moran, Wisconsin Law Review
City on a Hill: The Democratic Promise of Higher Education
Forthcoming, Rachel F. Moran, Irvine Law Review
Michael Olivas: On Being a Trailblazer Instead of an Eagle Scout
Forthcoming, Rachel F. Moran, Carolina Academic Press

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