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Kevin R. Johnson DERRICK BELL AND THE EMERGENCE OF LATCRIT THEORY 36 Seattle University Law Review xxix (Spring, 2013) As no doubt many of the contributions to this memorial issue attest, Professor Derrick Bell no less than blazed the trail for generations of minority scholars to write about race and civil rights in original, dynamic, and nothing less than cutting edge ways. As we all know, he was a founder of Critical Race Theory, and authored path-breaking race... 2013 Yes
Meera E. Deo DOROTHY H. EVENSEN AND CARLA D. PRATT, THE END OF THE PIPELINE: A JOURNEY OF RECOGNITION FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS ENTERING THE LEGAL PROFESSION. DURHAM: CAROLINA ACADEMIC PRESS, 2012, PP. 344, $40.00 62 Journal of Legal Education 640 (May, 2013) Most authors facing the daunting challenge of publishing a book focus solely on making a valuable contribution to their field. With The End of the Pipeline: A Journey of Recognition for African Americans Entering the Legal Profession, Dorothy H. Evensen and Carla D. Pratt not only offer a substantial addition to the literature in multiple fields,... 2013 Yes
Adele M. Morrison IT'S [NOT] A BLACK THING: THE BLACK/GAY SPLIT OVER SAME-SEX MARRIAGE--A CRITICAL [RACE] PERSPECTIVE 22 Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality 1 (2013) I. Introduction. 2 II. The Black/Gay Split. 11 A. Identified. 12 B. Located. 13 III. Civil (Marriage) Rights: Divisions over . . .. 15 A. Immutability. 18 B. Civil Rights . 22 C. The Meaning(s) and Purpose(s) of Marriage. 23 1. Religious Arguments. 26 2. Secular Arguments. 28 IV. The Split: A Critical Race Theory Perspective. 32 A. (Dis)Interest... 2013 Yes
Mia-Carré B. Long OF MICE AND MEN, FAIRY TALES, AND LEGENDS: A REACTIONARY ETHICAL PROPOSAL TO STORYTELLING AND THE BRISEÑO FACTORS 26 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 859 (Fall, 2013) In reviewing Texas' adherence to the Briseño factors--non-scientific standards inspired by the character Lennie in Of Mice and Men and not by actual science or clinical protocol --it is evident that the use of storytelling can have a result that even Critical Race theorists would not desire. Critical Race theorists have traditionally been against... 2013 Yes
Melina Angelos Healey THE SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE TRAGEDY ON MONTANA'S AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS 37 New York University Review of Law and Social Change 671 (2013) I. Introduction. 673 II. Foundations of the Pipeline. 674 A. The Nationwide School-to-Prison Pipeline. 674 B. Tribes and Reservations Examined in this Article. 677 III. Background and Approach. 679 A. The Legacy of American Indian Boarding Schools and Educational Segregation. 679 B. The Utility of a Critical Race Approach to Understanding the... 2013 Yes
Patricia Williams TRIBUTE TO DERRICK BELL 69 New York University Annual Survey of American Law 7 (2013) Thank you, it's a tremendous pleasure to be here. John said that he thought he would not be here if it hadn't been for Derrick Bell and I know very, very well that I would not be here if it hadn't been for Derrick Bell, there is absolutely no question. And to the degree I'm associated with critical race theory, even though my basics subjects are... 2013 Yes
Lolita Buckner Inniss "OTHER SPACES" IN LEGAL PEDAGOGY 28 Harvard Journal on Racial & Ethnic Justice 67 (Spring 2012) There is an increasing focus upon the material and metaphoric spatial dimensions of various academic disciplines, including law. This essay considers the spatial dimensions of legal pedagogy, focusing on Critical Race Theory (CRT). The essay first explains the critical program in law and how CRT grows out of it. The essay then suggests that the... 2012 Yes
Anthony Paul Farley A DEDICATION 1 Columbia Journal of Race and Law 511 (July, 2012) This symposium of the Columbia Journal of Law & Race, Critical Race Theory & Marxism, is dedicated to Keith Aoki, 1955-2011. Keith died an hour after I arrived at his home in Davis, California. One hour and he was gone: My lord, what a morning My lord what a morning My lord, what a morning When the stars begin to fall. Keith fought well on many... 2012 Yes
Beth Caldwell ADDRESSING INTERSECTIONALITY IN THE LIVES OF WOMEN IN POVERTY: INCORPORATING CORE COMPONENTS OF A SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM INTO LEGAL EDUCATION 20 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law 823 (2012) Introduction. 823 I. Legal Critiques. 825 A. Serving Two Masters . 826 B. False Empathy. 827 C. Unconscious Bias/Racism. 828 D. Need for Additional Training in Professional Skills and Ethics. 830 II. Lessons from Social Work Education. 831 A. Social Work Values. 832 B. A Critical Race Theory Paradigm of Education. 835 C. Empathy and Empathic... 2012 Yes
Gianfrancesco Zanetti ASTROLOGY AND RACE: ASPECTS OF EQUALITY AFTER CRITICAL RACE THEORY 2 Columbia Journal of Race and Law 267 (2012) Historically, Critical Race Theory (CRT) has been neglected in European legal scholarship. CRT approaches promise to be a useful avenue for European jurisprudence, however, as European nations rapidly become more multiracial. The focus of this Article is on the theoretical value that radiates from some Critical Race Theory lines of thought, written... 2012 Yes
Francisco Valdes COMING UP: NEW FOUNDATIONS IN LATCRIT THEORY, COMMUNITY, AND PRAXIS 48 California Western Law Review 505 (Spring 2012) Introduction. 506 I. Self-Criticality at Work: Beginnings, Conclusions, Actions, and Challenges. 511 A. Roots, Origins, and Foundations: From Realism to Critical Race Theory, LatCrit Theory, and Critical Outsider Jurisprudence. 513 B. Self-Study and Strategic Planning: 2008-2011. 523 II. Living Justice: The LatCrit Community Campus as Personal... 2012 Yes
Angela P. Harris COMPASSION AND CRITIQUE 1 Columbia Journal of Race and Law 326 (July, 2012) Perhaps with the experience of caring. Caring happens in the body and in the moment: a quick squirt of oxytocin, a firing of mirror neurons, the sudden perception of a link between the so-called self and the so-called other. Caring is unpredictable and unwilled, a reaction, an eruption along the shifting surfaces between you and not-you, suddenly... 2012 Yes
André Douglas Pond Cummings DERRICK BELL: GODFATHER PROVOCATEUR 28 Harvard Journal on Racial & Ethnic Justice 51 (Spring 2012) Professor Derrick Bell, the originator and founder of Critical Race Theory, passed away on October 5, 2011. Professor Bell was 80 years old. Around the world he is considered a hero, mentor, friend and exemplar. Known as a creative innovator and agitator, Professor Bell often sacrificed his career in the name of principles and objectives, inspiring... 2012 Yes
Stephen M. Feldman DO THE RIGHT THING: UNDERSTANDING THE INTEREST-CONVERGENCE THESIS 106 Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy 248 (March 1, 2012) Professor Derrick Bell was one of the most influential constitutional scholars of the last fifty years. He helped create a genre of legal scholarship-- critical race theory--and pioneered storytelling as a scholarly method. His insights spurred civil rights scholars as well as thinkers in other fields. One of his most important legacies--he died on... 2012 Yes
James R. Beattie, Jr., Capital University FRANCIS J. MOOTZ III (ED.). ON PHILOSOPHY IN AMERICAN LAW. NEW YORK: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2009. 332 PP. $85.00 (CLOTH) 52 American Journal of Legal History 419 (July, 2012) The most fascinating, and frustrating, feature of Professor Mootz's On Philosophy in American Law is his choice to employ a curious editorial device to diagnose the ongoing role, if any, of philosophy in American law. A commentary in the volume explains the device (p. 285) as follows: Ask a large number of talented and wide-ranging legal thinkers... 2012 Yes
Kim D. Chanbonpin LEGAL WRITING, THE REMIX: PLAGIARISM AND HIP HOP ETHICS 63 Mercer Law Review 597 (Winter 2012) I begin this Article with a necessary caveat. Although I place hip hop music and culture at the center of my discussion about plagiarism and legal writing pedagogy, and my aim here is to uncover ways in which hip hop can be used as a teaching tool, I cannot claim to be a hip hop head. A hip hop head is a devotee of the music, an acolyte of its... 2012 Yes
Atiba R. Ellis POLLEY V. RATCLIFF: A NEW WAY TO ADDRESS AN ORIGINAL SIN? 115 West Virginia Law Review 777 (Winter 2012) I. Introduction. 777 II. Polley v. Ratcliff: Then and Now. 782 A. The Nineteenth Century Polley Litigation. 782 B. The Twenty-First Century Polley Trial. 787 III. Modern Narratives About Race and Slavery: Post-Racialism, Race-Consciousness, and Reparations. 789 A. Post-Racialism and the Discontinued Relevance of Slavery. 793 B. Critical Race Theory... 2012 Yes
Gil Gott RACE, RIGHTS AND RETERRITORIALIZATION 1 Columbia Journal of Race and Law 302 (July, 2012) Critical race and neo-Marxist perspectives treat rights or rights discourse with a somewhat similar and complex ambivalence, but with distinctly different weightings and emphases in how they theorize rights functioning within systems of liberal democracy and racialized capitalism. On the one hand, both approaches identify a subject formation... 2012 Yes
Franita Tolson REINVENTING SOVEREIGNTY?: FEDERALISM AS A CONSTRAINT ON THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT 65 Vanderbilt Law Review 1195 (May, 2012) The framers of the U.S. Constitution wrote the Elections Clause to address concerns that the states would fail to call congressional elections and weaken the already fragile new government. The Clause is a delegation of sovereignty from the states to the federal government because, although states select the time, place, and manner of elections,... 2012 Yes
Hari M. Osofsky THE GEOGRAPHY OF "MOO HA HA": A TRIBUTE TO KEITH AOKI'S ROLE IN DEVELOPING CRITICAL LEGAL GEOGRAPHY 90 Oregon Law Review 1233 (2012) I. Geography and Moo Ha Ha . 1236 A. Defining Moo Ha Ha . 1236 B. Defining Critical Geography. 1237 C. Moo Ha Ha and the Barriers to Critical Legal Geography. 1241 II. Keith Aoki's Interweaving of Critical Geography, Critical Race Theory, Third World Approaches to International Law, Postmodernism, and Globalization (Space, Place, Scale, Law,... 2012 Yes
Dean Spade THE ONLY WAY TO END RACIALIZED GENDER VIOLENCE IN PRISONS IS TO END PRISONS: A RESPONSE TO RUSSELL ROBINSON'S "MASCULINITY AS PRISON" 3 California Law Review Circuit 182 (December, 2012) In Masculinity As Prison: Sexual Identity, Race, and Incarceration, Professor Russell Robinson explores the creation of the K6G unit of the Los Angeles County Jail. Robinson describes how this unit, designed to protect prisoners who may be targets because of their non-normative gender and/or sexual orientation, operates as a site for the... 2012 Yes
George Lipsitz "CONSTITUTED BY A SERIES OF CONTESTATIONS": CRITICAL RACE THEORY AS A SOCIAL MOVEMENT 43 Connecticut Law Review 1459 (July, 2011) The ideas, insights, and analyses that define the Critical Race Theory (CRT) project have made critical contributions to scholarship in law and many other disciplines. Yet CRT has never been merely a project of intellectual engagement and argument. The movement emerged from and contributed to the Black freedom struggle of the twentieth century. It... 2011 Yes
Glenn Adams , Phia S. Salter A CRITICAL RACE PSYCHOLOGY IS NOT YET BORN 43 Connecticut Law Review 1355 (July, 2011) Critical Race Theory (CRT) challenges scholars to reveal and dismantle disciplinary conventions that constitute racial power. In this Article, we take up this challenge and consider the potential for a Critical Race Psychology. Although CRT-compatible work has drawn upon psychological scientific research to challenge disciplinary conventions in... 2011 Yes
Kellye Y. Testy BEST PRACTICES FOR HIRING AND RETAINING A DIVERSE LAW FACULTY 96 Iowa Law Review 1707 (July, 2011) I. Commitment. 1710 II. Action. 1711 III. The Faculty Search and Hiring Process. 1712 IV. Retaining Faculty of Color. 1714 V. Accountability. 1716 2011 Yes
Luke Charles Harris BEYOND THE BEST BLACK: THE MAKING OF A CRITICAL RACE THEORIST AT YALE LAW SCHOOL 43 Connecticut Law Review 1379 (July, 2011) In Kimberle Williams Crenshaw's lead article in this Commentary Issue she contends that critical insights on race often develop out of institutional struggles over the terms upon which racial politics are engaged and normalized. My pathway to Critical Race Theory (CRT) confirms this idea. Thus, this comment traces the making of a critical race... 2011 Yes
Francisco Valdes , Sumi Cho CRITICAL RACE MATERIALISM: THEORIZING JUSTICE IN THE WAKE OF GLOBAL NEOLIBERALISM 43 Connecticut Law Review 1513 (July, 2011) Critical Race Theory's (CRT's) first two decades produced a rich and diverse literature deconstructing law and society using a racial lens. CRT's emergence and rise occurred at a moment in history where the U.S. was still the uncontested unipolar superpower whose privileged elites enjoyed unprecedented prosperity and status. Despite its dominant... 2011 Yes
Tukufu Zuberi CRITICAL RACE THEORY OF SOCIETY 43 Connecticut Law Review 1573 (July, 2011) Kimberle Williams Crenshaw's Twenty Years of Critical Race Theory: Looking Back To Move Forward calls for a broader definition of CRT and for the next phase of this movement to embrace scholars from a multitude of disciplines. The tradition of critical theories of race in the social sciences is intimately related to the CRT Movement developed in... 2011 Yes
Devon W. Carbado CRITICAL WHAT WHAT? 43 Connecticut Law Review 1593 (July, 2011) More than twenty years after the establishment of Critical Race Theory (CRT) as a self-consciously defined intellectual movement, defining oneself as a Critical Race Theorist can still engender the question: critical what what? When asked, the inquiry is not just about the appellation, though this is certainly part of what engenders the question.... 2011 Yes
David M. Trubek FOUNDATIONAL EVENTS, FOUNDATIONAL MYTHS, AND THE CREATION OF CRITICAL RACE THEORY, OR HOW TO GET ALONG WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM YOUR FRIENDS 43 Connecticut Law Review 1503 (July, 2011) In this Essay, David Trubek looks back from the viewpoint of a participant and observer at the events that led to the founding of Critical Race Theory. He notes that the formation of CRT was stimulated by resistance to demands for a black perspective at the Harvard Law School, facilitated both by CLS and the University of Wisconsin Law School, and... 2011 Yes
Gary Peller HISTORY, IDENTITY, AND ALIENATION 43 Connecticut Law Review 1479 (July, 2011) This Commentary Article sets forth a grid for distinguishing between approaches to racial justice by differentiating between liberal and critical approaches in general, and between integrationist and nationalist stances regarding race in particular. The Article then utilizes the grid to contend that Kimberle Crenshaw and others on the left wing of... 2011 Yes
Gloria Ladson-Billings RACE . . . TO THE TOP, AGAIN: COMMENTS ON THE GENEALOGY OF CRITICAL RACE THEORY 43 Connecticut Law Review 1439 (July, 2011) Critical Race Theory (CRT) has made inroads into a variety of fields beyond law. Education is an area that fostered critical race theory scholarship for more than fifteen years. In this Commentary Article the author describes critical race theory's development in education and documents pivotal incidences that both challenged and propelled the... 2011 Yes
Nancy Levit RESHAPING THE NARRATIVE DEBATE 34 Seattle University Law Review 751 (Spring, 2011) In Reshaping the Work-Family Debate: Why Men and Class Matter, Joan Williams sets out to alter the terms of the public discussion about working, caregiving, and work-family conflicts. Other participants in this Colloquy discuss the ways in which she does a tremendous job of accomplishing this objective. Whether she intends it or not, Williams does... 2011 Yes
Tommy J. Curry SHUT YOUR MOUTH WHEN YOU'RE TALKING TO ME: SILENCING THE IDEALIST SCHOOL OF CRITICAL RACE THEORY THROUGH A CULTURALOGICAL TURN IN JURISPRUDENCE 3 Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 1 (Spring, 2011) No intellectual historian can deny the impact of Critical Race Theory (CRT) on the discourse of race and racism in the later part of the 20 century. Critical Race Theory began in the late 1960s, in the aftermath of the civil rights movement, with a series of writings by Derrick Bell. These writings focused specifically on the arrest of civil rights... 2011 Yes
India Geronimo SYSTEMIC FAILURE: THE SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE AND DISCRIMINATION AGAINST POOR MINORITY STUDENTS 13 Journal of Law in Society 281 (Fall, 2011) C1-2Table of Contents I. Introduction. 281 II. The School to Prison Pipeline. 284 III. Institutional Entrenchment of the School to Prison Pipeline. 286 A. Inter-Institutional Entrenchment: Concentrated Poverty. 286 B. Intra-Institutional Entrenchment: School Administrator Decision-Making. 292 C. Interpersonal Entrenchment: Racialized Expectations... 2011 Yes
Kevin R. Johnson THE IMPORTANCE OF STUDENT AND FACULTY DIVERSITY IN LAW SCHOOLS: ONE DEAN'S PERSPECTIVE 96 Iowa Law Review 1549 (July, 2011) I. Introduction. 1550 II. The Educational Benefits of Student Diversity. 1551 A. Grutter v. Bollinger. 1552 B. Policy Arguments Against Race-Conscious Admissions Schemes. 1554 III. Educational Benefits of Faculty Diversity. 1556 A. The Benefits of Faculty Diversity to Teaching. 1557 B. The Benefits of Faculty Diversity to Legal Scholarship. 1562 C.... 2011 Yes
Tanya Kateri Hernandez THE VALUE OF INTERSECTIONAL COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS TO THE "POST-RACIAL" FUTURE OF CRITICAL RACE THEORY: A BRAZIL-U.S. COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY 43 Connecticut Law Review 1407 (July, 2011) This Commentary Article aims to illustrate the value of comparative law to the jurisprudence of Critical Race Theory (CRT), particularly with reference to the CRT project of deconstructing the mystique of post-racialism. The central thesis of the Article is that the dangerous seductions of a U.S. ideology of post-racialism are more clearly... 2011 Yes
Kimberle Williams Crenshaw TWENTY YEARS OF CRITICAL RACE THEORY: LOOKING BACK TO MOVE FORWARD 43 Connecticut Law Review 1253 (July, 2011) This Article revisits the history of Critical Race Theory (CRT) through a prism that highlights its historical articulation in light of the emergence of post-racialism. The Article will explore two central inquiries. This first query attends to the specific contours of law as the site out of which CRT emerged. The Article hypothesizes that legal... 2011 Yes
Todd J. Clark "MY PRESIDENT IS BLACK AND I BE GODDAMNED IF MY AGENT AIN'T TOO" 2 Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 107 (Fall, 2010) My president is black. My lambo's blue and I be goddamned if my rims ain't too! These are the lyrics that blasted from the stereos of many young black urbanites after Barack Obama became the first Black President of the United States of America. Within the Black community, President Obama's victory inspired the reality of his pre-inauguration... 2010 Yes
André Douglas Pond Cummings A FURIOUS KINSHIP: CRITICAL RACE THEORY AND THE HIP-HOP NATION 48 University of Louisville Law Review 499 (2010) Two explosive movements were born in the United States in the 1970s. While the founding of both movements was humble and lightly noticed, both grew to become global phenomena that have profoundly changed the world. Founded by prescient agitators, these two movements were borne of disaffect, disappointment, and near desperation-a desperate need to... 2010 Yes
Claudia Pena A REACTION TO BETH RIBET'S SURFACING DISABILITY THROUGH A CRITICAL RACE THEORETICAL PARADIGM 2 Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 253 (Fall, 2010) Beth Ribet explicates the differentiated racial meanings applied to the behavior and needs of people with disabilities. Race is critical in defining how disability will be read, and will shape educational and institutional access in the future, and thus, life opportunities. For example, the television drama Parenthood, currently in its second... 2010 Yes
Priscilla A. Ocen BEYOND ANALOGY: A RESPONSE TO SURFACING DISABILITY THROUGH A CRITICAL RACE THEORETICAL PARADIGM 2 Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 255 (Fall, 2010) In this article, Beth Ribet calls upon Critical Race Theorists and advocates to abandon the false distinction between race and disability and to move from analogy to intersectionality in conceptualizing and contesting subordination. Nowhere is this need more acute than in the context of poor Black women, who are increasingly criminalized for drug... 2010 Yes
Tristin K. Green, Seton Hall Law School CRITICAL RACE REALISM: INTERSECTIONS OF PSYCHOLOGY, RACE, AND LAW. BY GREGORY S. PARKS, SHAYNE JONES, AND W. JONATHAN CARDI, EDS. NEW YORK: THE NEW PRESS, 2008. PP. 340. $60.00 CLOTH 44 Law and Society Review 187 (March, 2010) In 2002, Temple University Press published Crossroads, Directions, and a New Critical Race Theory (Valdes et al. 2002). The book of essays, edited by critical race scholars Francisco Valdes, Jerome McCristal Culp, and Angela Harris, generated a stream of thoughtful commentary about the challenges facing critical race theory. Critical Race Realism:... 2010 Yes
Roy L. Brooks, Kirsten Widner IN DEFENSE OF THE BLACK/WHITE BINARY: RECLAIMING A TRADITION OF CIVIL RIGHTS SCHOLARSHIP 12 Berkeley Journal of African-American Law & Policy 107 (2010) One of the central tenets of several legal theories that oppose the received tradition in Anglo-American law--particularly, Critical Race Theory as configured primarily by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, Latino/a Critical Legal Studies (LatCrit), Asian/Crit Theory, and QueerCrit Theory (hereinafter collectively referred to as critical theory... 2010 Yes
Gary Minda LESSONS FROM THE FINANCIAL MELTDOWN: GLOBAL FEMINISM, CRITICAL RACE THEORY, AND THE STRUGGLE FOR SUBSTANTIVE JUSTICE 18 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law 649 (2010) I. Introduction. 649 II. Feminist and Critical Race Criticism in the Era of Globalization. 654 III. The Relevance of the Financial Crisis of 2008. 664 IV. Risk Perception, Corporate Culture, and the Power of Global Finance. 667 V. Substantive Justice and Global Finance. 675 VI. The Substantive (In)Justice of Business as Usual . 678 VII.... 2010 Yes
Jeremy Perelman, Katharine G. Young RIGHTS AS FOOTPRINTS: A NEW METAPHOR FOR CONTEMPORARY HUMAN RIGHTS PRACTICE 9 Northwestern Journal of International Human Rights 27 (Fall, 2010) So the Zakari case has been one of the biggest achievements of what legal aid has done in this community. And because everyone, almost all the community members were involved, it became like a footprint in everybody's mind: anybody you ask around knows the story. - Nihad Swallah, Community Organizer, Legal Resources Center, Ghana . [C]ustomary... 2010 Yes
  SESTAK vs. TOOMEY: WHERE THEY STAND 32-OCT Pennsylvania Lawyer 36 (September/October, 2010) Pennsylvania's 2010 U.S. Senate contest between Democrat Joe Sestak and Republican Pat Toomey is a critical race in a pivotal state, with implications for control of the legislative agenda over the next two years and possible control of the White House after 2012. Over the summer The Pennsylvania Lawyer contacted the respective campaigns with a... 2010 Yes
Beth Ribet SURFACING DISABILITY THROUGH A CRITICAL RACE THEORETICAL PARADIGM 2 Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 209 (Fall, 2010) From its inception, a number of the founders of Critical Race Studies (CRS) have articulated a praxis and methodology acutely focused on race, and also intently conscious of intersectionality. Disability prospectively merges with the project of producing knowledge within a CRS frame both as part of the study of intersectionality, and also as part... 2010 Yes
Dorothy A. Brown TEACHING CIVIL RIGHTS THROUGH THE BASIC TAX COURSE 54 Saint Louis University Law Journal 809 (Spring 2010) My teaching package includes the following courses: Corporate Tax, Critical Race Theory, Federal Income Tax, and Tax Policy. Whenever anyone finds out what I teach, they usually comment about what an odd combination that is, and I usually respond that it really isn't so odd because my scholarship (at least since 1996) examines the racial... 2010 Yes
George W. Gowen THE MEASURE OF INJURY: RACE, GENDER, AND TORT LAW BY MARTHA CHAMALLAS AND JENNIFER B. WRIGGINS NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS, NEW YORK, NY, 2010. 228 PAGES, $40.00 57-JUL Federal Lawyer 53 (July, 2010) If there is truth to the Japanese proverb, The saddest thing in life is to be born a woman, it lies in the treatment of women as chattel in much of the world, in female infanticide and circumcision, and in the sex trade in adolescent girls. But, if we flatter ourselves in believing that the United States is approaching gender equality as well as... 2010 Yes
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