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Nicole Hallett Immigrant Women in the Shadow of #Metoo 49 University of Baltimore Law Review 59 (Fall, 2019) We hear Daniela Contreras's voice, but we do not see her face in the video in which she recounts being raped by an employer at the age of sixteen. In the video, one of four released by a #MeToo advocacy group, Daniela speaks in Spanish about the power dynamic that led her to remain silent about her rape: I couldn't believe that a man would go after...; Search Snippet: ...Review University of Baltimore Law Review Fall, 2019 Article Immigrant Women in the Shadow of #Metoo Nicole Hallett [Fna1] Copyright © 2020... 2019  
Ruqaiijah Yearby Internalized Oppression: the Impact of Gender and Racial Bias in Employment on the Health Status of Women of Color 49 Seton Hall Law Review 1037 (2019) As advocates from the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements work to end sexual harassment and unequal pay in employment, they must not ignore the unique problems women of color face. As noted in Kimberle Crenshaw's theory of intersectionality, women of color face gender and racial bias in employment, thus eradicating gender bias will not make women of...; Search Snippet: ...Hall Law Review 2019 Article Internalized Oppression: the Impact of Gender and Racial Bias in Employment on the Health Status of Women of Color Ruqaiijah Yearby [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Seton Hall... 2019  
Carla Spivack Introduction to the 2018 Wisconsin Law Review Symposium Issue: Wills, Trusts, and Estates Meets Gender, Race, and Class 2019 Wisconsin Law Review 161 (2019) I am honored to write the introduction to this Critical Trusts and Estates Symposium issue of the Wisconsin Law Review. I want to thank the membership of the Review for choosing this symposium for their annual issue, and for all the hard work that went into putting together the conference and this issue. I also want to thank the contributors who...; Search Snippet: ...Wisconsin Law Review Symposium Issue: Wills, Trusts, and Estates Meets Gender, Race, and Class Carla Spivack [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by The... 2019  
Abigail Finkelman Kill or Be Killed: Why New York's Justification Defense Is Not Enough for the Reasonable Battered Woman, and How to Fix it 25 Cardozo Journal of Equal Rights & Social Justice 267 (Winter, 2019) C1-2TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction. 268 II. Intimate Partner Violence. 270 A. What Is IPV?. 270 B. The Numbers. 271 C. Why Doesn't She Leave?. 271 III. Survey of Self-Defense Law. 274 A. The Elements of Self-Defense Under Current Law. 274 B. Current State Law as Applied to IPV Victims Who Kill Their Partners. 275 C. The Model Penal Code. 276 D....; Search Snippet: ...York's Justification Defense Is Not Enough for the Reasonable Battered Woman, and How to Fix it Abigail Finkelman Copyright © 2019 By... 2019  
Linda L. Berger, Kathryn M. Stanchi, Bridget J. Crawford Learning from Feminist Judgments: Lessons in Language and Advocacy 98 Texas Law Review Online 40 (2019) Law students come to law school with varying conceptions about judicial decision-making. As students move through law school, these conceptions may change multiple times and sometimes dramatically. Some students think that judges decide cases based on pure logic, while others believe that it is all politics or that judges simply follow their...; Search Snippet: ...Review Online Texas Law Review Online 2019 Article Learning from Feminist Judgments: Lessons in Language and Advocacy Linda L. Berger Kathryn... 2019  
Rebecca Rubin Medical-legal Partnerships: How Legal Services Can Dramatically Improve Health Outcomes, and the Missed Opportunity to Help Women Seeking Abortions 57 Family Court Review 569 (October, 2019) There are significant health disparities in the United States, with low-income and minority Americans experiencing higher rates of chronic disease and autoimmune disorders. Research has firmly established that social factors - such as malnutrition, limited access to healthcare, and safe housing - play a critical role in these health disparities....; Search Snippet: ...Dramatically Improve Health Outcomes, and the Missed Opportunity to Help Women Seeking Abortions Rebecca Rubin [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Association Of... 2019  
Shelley Cavalieri On Amplification: Extralegal Acts of Feminist Resistance in the #Metoo Era 2019 Wisconsin Law Review 1489 (2019) The movement now referred to as #MeToo has revealed the degree to which misogyny remains a pervasive force in U.S. society. It has also highlighted something far more troubling for feminist legal scholars--the utter inadequacy of law to solve the ways that unconscious, sexist bias continues to infect public life in the twenty-first century. This...; Search Snippet: ...Wisconsin Law Review 2019 Article on Amplification: Extralegal Acts of Feminist Resistance in the #Metoo Era Shelley Cavalieri [Fna1] Copyright © 2019... 2019  
Robert L. Nelson, Ioana Sendroiu, Ronit Dinovitzer, Meghan Dawe Perceiving Discrimination: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation in the Legal Workplace 44 Law and Social Inquiry 1051 (November, 2019) Using quantitative and qualitative data from a large national sample of lawyers, we examine self-reports of perceived discrimination in the legal workplace. Across three waves of surveys, we find that persons of color, white women, and LGBTQ attorneys are far more likely to perceive they have been a target of discrimination than white men. These...; Search Snippet: ...Law and Social Inquiry November, 2019 Article Perceiving Discrimination: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation in the Legal Workplace Robert L. Nelson... 2019  
Savannah R. Montanez Pregnant and Scared: How Nifla V. Becerra Avoids Protecting Women's Reproductive Autonomy 56 San Diego Law Review 829 (Summer, 2019) C1-2Table of Contents I. Introduction. 830 II. Background. 833 III. The National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Becerra. 836 A. The Lower Courts' Opinions. 838 B. The Supreme Court Majority Opinion. 840 C. The Supreme Court Dissenting Opinion. 841 IV. The Supreme Court Could Have, but Did Not, Fit the Licensed Notice into Either...; Search Snippet: ...Casenote Pregnant and Scared: How Nifla V. Becerra Avoids Protecting Women's Reproductive Autonomy Savannah R. Montanez [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Savannah... 2019  
Brenna P. Riley Protecting All Women: Tribal Protection Orders and Required Enforcement under Vawa 24 Roger Williams University Law Review 209 (Winter, 2019) Jill, a member of the Penobscot Nation in Maine, obtained an Order for Protection (Order) from the Penobscot Tribal Court against her abusive ex-husband Mark. Mark is not a member of the Penobscot Nation, but the two were married and lived on the Penobscot Nation Reservation for several years before Jill was finally able to escape the abusive...; Search Snippet: ...Roger Williams University Law Review Winter, 2019 Comment Protecting All Women: Tribal Protection Orders and Required Enforcement under Vawa Brenna P... 2019  
Dayna Olson Protecting Native Women from Violence: Fostering State-tribal Relations and the Shortcomings of the Violence Against Women Act of 2013 46 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 821 (Summer, 2019) Not until the abuse stopped around the fourth grade did [she] realize she wasn't the only child suffering at the hands of that assailant. At least a dozen other young girls had fallen victim to that same man. He was a man who was never arrested for his crimes, never brought to justice, and still walks free today, all because he committed these...; Search Snippet: ...Quarterly Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly Summer, 2019 Note Protecting Native Women from Violence: Fostering State-tribal Relations and the Shortcomings of the Violence Against Women Act of 2013 Dayna Olson [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by University... 2019  
Erica Duff Reproduction as a Site of Punishment: Shackling Pregnant Women During Labor and Delivery in Modern American Prisons 7 Virginia Journal of Criminal Law 16 (2019) C1-2Table of Contents INTRODUCTION. 18 I. THE DANGERS OF SHACKLING AND THE CURRENT INADEQUATE RESPONSE FROM FEDERAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS. 20 A. Overview and Background of Shackling. 22 B. Current Federal and State Regulations on Shackling. 24 1. Federal Law. 25 i. Current Federal Law. 25 ii. The Dignity for Incarcerated Women Act. 26 2. The...; Search Snippet: ...2019 Article Reproduction as a Site of Punishment: Shackling Pregnant Women During Labor and Delivery in Modern American Prisons [Fna1] Erica... 2019  
Samantha Laufer Reproductive Healthcare for Incarcerated Women: from "Rights" to "Dignity" 56 American Criminal Law Review 1785 (Fall, 2019) It is no secret that more Americans are behind bars today than ever before. Academics, politicians, and journalists have for years harshly and publicly criticized exploding rates of incarceration and stressed the need for widespread reform. Most of this conversation has focused on the plight of men, particularly men of color. This is unsurprising,...; Search Snippet: ...Criminal Law Review Fall, 2019 Note Reproductive Healthcare for Incarcerated Women: from Rights to Dignity Samantha Laufer [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 By... 2019  
Jennifer Bennett Shinall Settling in the Shadow of Sex: Gender Bias in Marital Asset Division 40 Cardozo Law Review 1857 (April, 2019) Divorce has a long history of economically disempowering women. From the time of coverture to the era of modern divorce reform, women have been persistently disadvantaged by divorce relative to men. Family law scholars have long attributed this disadvantage to the continued prevalence of traditional gender roles and the failure of current marital...; Search Snippet: ...Twenty-first Century Article Settling in the Shadow of Sex: Gender Bias in Marital Asset Division Jennifer Bennett Shinall [Fnd1] Copyright... 2019  
Ann C. McGinley Sex- and Gender-based Harassment in the Gaming Industry 9 UNLV Gaming Law Journal 147 (Spring/Summer, 2019) It is unrealistic and repressive to suggest that one should never use sex to sell, but, if one does, the organisation has a responsibility to ensure that staff are supported and protected against unacceptable behaviour from customers. In early February 2018, Steve Wynn, the Las Vegas casino mogul and Chairman, CEO, and controlling shareholder of...; Search Snippet: ...Unlv Gaming Law Journal Spring/summer, 2019 Article Sex- and Gender-based Harassment in the Gaming Industry Ann C. Mcginley [Fna1... 2019  
Bernice B. Donald , Emily T. Brait She Stands on Her Own, Amongst Many: the Women of the Tennessee Supreme Court 86 Tennessee Law Review 593 (2019) [W]omen, like persons of different racial groups and ethnic origins, contribute what a fine jurist, the late Fifth Circuit Judge Alvin Rubin, described as a distinctive medley of views influenced by differences in biology, cultural impact, and life experience. - Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Introduction. 593 I. Women in the Legal Field and...; Search Snippet: ...Symposium Edition She Stands on Her Own, Amongst Many: the Women of the Tennessee Supreme Court Bernice B. Donald [Fna1] Emily... 2019  
Cynthia Feathers Stories from the Front 91-FEB New York State Bar Journal 10 (January/February, 2019) Women in the law have compelling stories to tell. Here are some from 10 lawyers admitted to the New York bar from the 1950s to the present. They are our colleagues in public service, the judiciary, the private sector, and the legal academy. Their journeys reflect discrimination and inspiration, blazing intellect and fierce drive, great strides and...; Search Snippet: ...State Bar Journal January/february, 2019 Stories from the Front Women in the Law, 1950s to Today Cynthia Feathers [Fna1] Copyright... 2019  
Nancy E. Shurtz Tax, Class, Women, and Elder Care 43 Seattle University Law Review 223 (Fall, 2019) Elder care is a large and growing sector in the comprehensive health care system in the United States. It is an issue of particular importance to women because women live longer than men, have higher incidences of degenerative ailments, and are more likely to be institutionalized. Women also face greater financial challenges in funding their health...; Search Snippet: ...Review Seattle University Law Review Fall, 2019 Article Tax, Class, Women, and Elder Care Nancy E. Shurtz [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 By... 2019  
Renee Nicole Allen, Alicia Jackson, DeShun Harris, University of Tennessee College of Law, Florida A&M University College of Law, The University of Memphis--Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law The "Pink Ghetto" Pipeline: Challenges and Opportunities for Women in Legal Education 96 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 525 (Summer, 2019) [Abstract] The demographics of law schools are changing and women make up the majority of law students. Yet, the demographics of many law faculties do not reflect these changing demographics with more men occupying faculty seats. In legal education, women predominately occupy skills positions, including legal writing, clinic, academic success, bar...; Search Snippet: ...Law Article the Pink Ghetto Pipeline: Challenges and Opportunities for Women in Legal Education Renee Nicole Allen University of Tennessee College... 2019  
CLEA Committee for Faculty Equity and Inclusion The Diversity Imperative Revisited: Racial and Gender Inclusion in Clinical Law Faculty 26 Clinical Law Review 127 (Fall, 2019) The demographics of clinical law faculties matter. As Professor Jon Dubin persuasively argued nearly twenty years ago in his article Faculty Diversity as a Clinical Legal Education Imperative, clinical faculty of color entering the legal academy in the 1980s and 1990s expanded the communities served by law school clinics and the lawyering methods...; Search Snippet: ...Reflections on Clinical Scholarship the Diversity Imperative Revisited: Racial and Gender Inclusion in Clinical Law Faculty Clea Committee for Faculty Equity... 2019  
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