Part I: Legal Acts and "Vunerable" Populations. 'Different Approaches Need to be Taken in Different Settings' - Situating Activist Prison Lawyering: The Struggle for HIV-Positive Prisoner's Rights. (B. Fluery-Steiner). Scapegoating the Vulnerable: Preventive Detention of Immigrants in America's 'War on Terror'. (A.U. Bali). Sanctuary Discourse, Powers, and Legal Narratives. (R. Lippert). Beyond Stork Delivery: From Injury to Autonomy in Reconceptualising 'Harm' in Wrongful Pregnancy. (N.M. Priaulx). Part II: Law and Indigenous Groups. A Legal Trauma, A Public Trauma: Lindy Chamberlain and The Chamberlain Case. (D. Staines). Intangibles, Appropriation, and Intellectual Property Law: The Problem(s) with Copyright for Native American Oral Traditions. (E. Clark).