Jenn Nowicki covers the Legal System beat as a reporter for Campus Progress. She currently attends the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill and is working on an undergraduate degree in Psychology and English, with a specific focus on neurocognitive development in children and modernist poetry. Her eventual goal is to become an international human rights lawyer. Jenn is the Public Relations Director for Campus BluePrint, a publication in the Campus Progress Journalism Network; an editor for Lambda; and is the Editor-in-Chief of UNC's astrophysics publication, laUNCh. She is a voracious reader of online news and is especially interested in issues concerning federal/state laws and our court system, as well as how the United States’ growing income inequality is eroding social mobility and the American Dream.
Recent articles by this author:
- How This North Carolina Bill Will Restrict Health Care for Minors
- How America is Falling Behind in Global Race to Expand Reproductive Rights
- Why UNC Dropped Honor Court Challenge Against Rape Survivor
- How the Internet Impacts Rape Culture
- 9 Justices, Two Decisions: Will The Supreme Court Move Forward On Marriage Equality?
- The Myth of the Public Defender
- Kennedy, Breyer: Sequester Will Impair Justice System
- Federal Court Nominations of Gay and Brown People And What It Means For Diversity
- This Is How Senator Bernie Sanders Wants To Tear Down Citizens United
- Can Universities Restrict Free Speech On Campus?
- Justice Department: ‘CA Should Recognize Gay Marriage’
- White House: ‘DOMA Is Unconstitutional’
- Why This Campus Rape Victim Is The One In Trouble
- Court Foul: Obama’s Judges Won’t Be Warming DC Bench Anytime Soon
- Catholic Hospital Opposes Fetal Personhood When Money is On the Line
- Infamous Westboro Baptists Join Mainstream Right To Support DOMA
- For Americans with Disabilities, Court Fights for Equality Ensnared in Internet Loopholes
- Supreme Court Denies Hearing of RNC ‘Voter Fraud Prevention’ Bid
- Appeals Court Finds Indiana’s Social Media Ban For Sex Offenders Unconstitutional
- Virginia Approves First Openly Gay District Court Judge in the South