Do Androids Suffer Body Dysmorphia?

November 2023

Alicia’s personal essay “Do Androids Suffer Body Dysmorphia?” was published in Stoneboat Literary Journal, Issue 13.2. “Do Androids Suffer Body Dysmorphia?” is about coming-of-age, stereotypes about female beauty, and Alicia’s encounters with sexual predators.

Rutgers Law Review Commentaries

November 29, 2012

Guilty Until Proven Innocent: evidence tampering, drug and crime lab misconduct and law enforcement ethics.

The Modern American: A Scholarly Publication Dedicated To Diversity And The Law

Volume 8, Issue 1

Aleut Epitaph at Funter Bay: Human Rights and Constitutional Rights Violations at U.S. Internment Camps.

The Villanova Law Review

Volume 53, Issue 3

Terror Victims at the Museum Gates: Testing the Commercial Activity Exception Under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.

The Villanova Law Review

Volume 53, Issue 1

Alternatives to the Exclusionary Rule after Hudson v. Michigan: Preventing and Remedying Police Misconduct.

Police Magazine

April 1, 2007

Losing Yourself in the Job: Staying Sane While Working Undercover.

Police Magazine

August 1, 2007

Clearing up Knock-and-Announce Confusion.

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