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Maritza I. Reyes The Female Body in the Workplace: Judges and the Common Law 114 Northwestern University Law Review Online 177 (12/18/2019) Introduction. 177 I. Some of What I Do Not Want in the Workplace. 179 II. Judges. 181 III. What Judges Decide Greatly Influences What Female Bodies Endure in the Workplace. 183 Conclusion. 186; Search Snippet: ...Bernstein's the Common Law Inside the Female Body Essay the Female Body in the Workplace: Judges and the Common Law Maritza... 2019  
Abigail Cook The New Jersey Ban on Salary History Questions: Closing the Gender Wage Gap One Question at a Time 16 Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy Pol'y 1 (Summer, 2019) Kerri Sleeman's supervisor told her many times: if [he] could duplicate [her], [he'd] be able to get rid of the rest of the staff. Sleeman thrived as the supervisor who took over a failing project and turned it around. Yet, when the company proceeded through bankruptcy court, Sleeman discovered that many of the young men she supervised were...; Search Snippet: ...The New Jersey Ban on Salary History Questions: Closing the Gender Wage Gap One Question at a Time Abigail Cook [Fna1... 2019  
Bettina C. K. Binder , Terry Morehead Dworkin , Niculina Nae , Cindy A. Schipani , Irina Averianova The Plight of Women in Positions of Corporate Leadership in the United States, the European Union, and Japan: Differing Laws and Cultures, Similar Issues 26 Michigan Journal of Gender & Law 279 (2019) Gender diversity in corporate governance is a highly debated issue worldwide. National campaigns such as 2020 Women on Boards in the United States and Women on the Board Pledge for Europe are examples of just two initiatives aimed at increasing female representation in the corporate boardroom. Several European countries have adopted board...; Search Snippet: ...Michigan Journal of Gender & Law 2019 Article the Plight of Women in Positions of Corporate Leadership in the United States, The... 2019  
Regina Stone-Harris The Remarkable First 50 Women Law Graduates of St. Mary's University: Part One 50 Saint Mary's Law Journal 951 (2019) 1. Mary Agnes Aird. 953 2. Josephine Florence Verain. 957 3. Mary Louise Villaret. 960 4. Barbara Benson Mansell. 963 5. Barbara Etelka McCluer. 964 6. Mary Louise Murray. 968 7. Selma Lorrayne Halbig. 971 8. Elizabeth Martin Leeman. 973 9. Mary G. Sinders. 975 10. Dorothy A. Campbell. 979 11. Hattie Elam Briscoe. 980 12. Carol Haberman...; Search Snippet: ...Saint Mary's Law Journal 2019 Article the Remarkable First 50 Women Law Graduates of St. Mary's University: Part One Regina Stone... 2019  
Lori Andrews The Technology Enterprise: Systemic Bias Against Women 9 UC Irvine Law Review 1035 (July, 2019) Who Designs Technology?. 1037 Who Funds Technology?. 1045 Who Patents Technology?. 1048 How Is Technology Marketed?. 1050 What Is the Impact of Technology--and on Whom?. 1055 Conclusion. 1061; Search Snippet: ...And Technology Symposium Article the Technology Enterprise: Systemic Bias Against Women Lori Andrews [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Uc Irvine Law Review... 2019  
Catherine Ross Dunham, Christopher Leupold Third Generation Discrimination: an Empirical Analysis of Judicial Decision Making in Gender Discrimination Litigation 13 DePaul Journal for Social Justice Just. 1 (Winter 2019) In this progressive era of #MeToo and other movements which highlight the reality of women's experiences in the workplace and other settings, the question arises as to why discrimination-based civil lawsuits are not more successful for female litigants. The courts have served as an important tool in reforming discriminatory workplace cultures by...; Search Snippet: ...Generation Discrimination: an Empirical Analysis of Judicial Decision Making in Gender Discrimination Litigation Catherine Ross Dunham Christopher Leupold [Fna1] Copyright © 2019... 2019  
Sally J. Kenney Towards a less Essentialist, More Intersectional, and Institutional Approach to Gender and Judging 34 Connecticut Journal of International Law 399 (Summer, 2019) C1-2Table of Contents Introduction. 401 I. Background. 402 II. Anti-Essentialism. 405 A. Kcasey McLoughlin. 410 B. Rosemary Hunter. 411 1. Jarpa Dawuni. 413 C. Konstantinos Alexandris Polomarkakis. 414 D. From Women's Different Voice to Gender-Just Judging?. 415 1. Intersectionality. 416 I. Cohen. 417 II. Stanchi and Crawford. 418; Search Snippet: ...Towards a less Essentialist, More Intersectional, and Institutional Approach to Gender and Judging Sally J. Kenney Copyright © 2019 by the Connecticut... 2019  
Yvonne Lindgren Trump's Angry White Women: Motherhood, Nationalism, and Abortion 48 Hofstra Law Review 1 (Fall, 2019) A majority of white women--fifty-two percent--voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election. White working-class women supported Trump in even greater numbers: Sixty-one percent of white women without college degrees voted for Trump. This result seems remarkable considering Trump's derogatory statements about women and his staunch...; Search Snippet: ...Review Hofstra Law Review Fall, 2019 Article Trump's Angry White Women: Motherhood, Nationalism, and Abortion Yvonne Lindgren [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 By... 2019  
Luhui Whitebear Vawa Reauthorization of 2013 and the Continued Legacy of Violence Against Indigenous Women: a Critical Outsider Jurisprudence Perspective 9 University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review 75 (Spring, 2019) A nation is not conquered until the hearts of its women are on the ground. - Cheyenne Proverb They trespass her body like they trespass this land . - Thomas Ryan Red Corn (To the Ingenious Woman by the 1491s) I. INTRODUCTION. 76 II. CONNECTION OF VIOLENCE TO INDIGENOUS LANDS AND BODY. 77 III. BACKGROUND STATISTICS. 81 IV. VAWA REAUTHORIZATION...; Search Snippet: ...Of 2013 and the Continued Legacy of Violence Against Indigenous Women: a Critical Outsider Jurisprudence Perspective Luhui Whitebear Copyright © 2019 By... 2019  
Sydney Melillo Vegas Rule: Jury Deliberation Edition: Should the Sixth Amendment Exception for Alleged Racial Bias in Deliberations Extend to Gender? 11 Drexel Law Review 705 (2019) Federal Rule of Evidence 606(b) and its jurisprudence generally prohibit jurors from impeaching the validity of their verdicts. This general preclusion of juror testimony, derived from eighteenth-century English common law, aims to protect the public from the inherent danger of dissecting private jury deliberations, which are supposed to be free...; Search Snippet: ...Amendment Exception for Alleged Racial Bias in Deliberations Extend to Gender? Sydney Melillo [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Drexel University; Sydney Melillo... 2019  
Summer Blaze Aubrey Violence Against the Earth Begets Violence Against Women: an Analysis of the Correlation Between Large Extraction Projects and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, and the Laws That Permit the Phenomenon Through an International Human Rights Lens 10 Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy 34 (Fall, 2019) This note examines the prevalence of sex trafficking of Native women and children, and the correlation those rates have with large extraction projects, such as the Bakken Oil Fields in North Dakota, and the camps (man camps) that employees live in. In order to fully flesh out the phenomenon accurately, this note walks through pertinent history...; Search Snippet: ...Policy Fall, 2019 Violence Against the Earth Begets Violence Against Women: [Fn1] an Analysis of the Correlation Between Large Extraction Projects and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, and the Laws That Permit the Phenomenon Through an International... 2019  
Andrea Beckford We Need Equal Cheers for Boys and Girls: How the Absence of Cheerleaders at Women's Sporting Events Is a Violation of Title Ix 26 Sports Lawyers Journal 25 (Spring, 2019) I. Introduction. 26 II. The History and Application of Title IX:. 27 A. What Is Title IX?. 27 B. How Is Title IX Compliance Enforced?. 28 C. How Has Title IX Impacted Men's Sports?. 29 D. Does Title IX Mandate Equal Funding for Men's and Women's Sports?. 29 E. How Has Title IX Impacted Women's Sports?. 31 III. An Analysis of the Progression of...; Search Snippet: ...Journal Spring, 2019 We Need Equal Cheers for Boys and Girls: How the Absence of Cheerleaders at Women's Sporting Events Is a Violation of Title Ix Andrea Beckford... 2019  
Anna Kerregan Welfare Reform & the Devaluation of Women's Work 12 DePaul Journal for Social Justice Just. 1 (Summer, 2019) Women do not get a fair share when it comes to an economic assessment of their input. They are consistently overrepresented in impoverished communities and are much more likely than men to receive public assistance. This Article therefore posits a widely acknowledged anti-poverty strategy, Guaranteed Basic Income, to help support women's...; Search Snippet: ...Social Justice Summer, 2019 Article Welfare Reform & the Devaluation of Women's Work Anna Kerregan [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Depaul University; Anna... 2019  
Stephanie E. Stupakis What the Future May Hold for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence Without the Violence Against Women Act 30 Hastings Women's Law Journal 261 (Summer, 2019) The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is known as the cornerstone of our nation's response to domestic and sexual violence. It fills an important gap by providing lifesaving services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. Yet, with the recent expiration of VAWA and President Trump's blueprint of the...; Search Snippet: ...Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence Without the Violence Against Women Act Stephanie E. Stupakis [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Uc Hastings... 2019  
Loretta A. Moore , Angela Mae Kupenda , Deidre L. Wheaton , Michelle D. Deardorff , Evelyn J. Leggette What We Can Do Now? Addressing Intersectionality Challenges in Work and Social Structures, the Single Academic Woman of Color as an Exceptional Case 9 University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review 91 (Spring, 2019) I. Introduction. 92 II. Considering Her Professional Disregard before the Court. 97 III. Considering her Exceptional, yet Common Experience. 99 A. Disaggregating her exceptional case. 100 B. Her workplace struggle. 103 C. Her workplace struggle even within HBCUs. 104 D. The workplace struggle complicated by lack of understanding in social...; Search Snippet: ...Intersectionality Challenges in Work and Social Structures, the Single Academic Woman of Color as an Exceptional Case Loretta A. Moore [Fna1... 2019  
Kathryn M. Stanchi, Bridget J. Crawford, Linda L. Berger Why Women? Judging Transnational Courts and Tribunals 34 Connecticut Journal of International Law 317 (Summer, 2019) C1-2Table of Contents Introduction. 319 I. What is a Woman Anyway?. 320 A. The Definition Problem. 320 B. Binarism in Biology. 321 C. Binarism in Law and Culture. 324 D. Binarism in the Twenty-First Century. 327 II. The Epistemology of Justice(s). 328 Conclusion. 333; Search Snippet: ...Law Connecticut Journal of International Law Summer, 2019 Article Why Women? Judging Transnational Courts and Tribunals Kathryn M. Stanchi Bridget J... 2019  
Mary Anne Franks Witch Hunts: Free Speech, #Metoo, and the Fear of Women's Words 2019 University of Chicago Legal Forum 123 (2019) What would happen if one woman told the truth about her life? The world would split open. - Muriel Rukeyser, Käthe Kollwitz (1968) Perhaps the most seductive truism of free speech jurisprudence is that the First Amendment protects, in Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes's words, the thought we hate. The sentiment dominates both the formal doctrine...; Search Snippet: ...Article Witch Hunts: Free Speech, #Metoo, and the Fear of Women's Words Mary Anne Franks [Fnd1] Copyright © 2019 by the University... 2019  
Ellen Carol DuBois Woman Suffrage: the Afterstory 11 ConLawNOW 53 (2019) Winning the Nineteenth Amendment was, as leading suffragists recognized, only the very beginning of the battle for women's political rights. Indeed, it took as long after 1920 for American women to make their presence felt in American politics as it had to win suffrage rights in the first place. Before the second national election after the...; Search Snippet: ...19 Th Amendment at 100: from the Vote to Gender Equality Woman Suffrage: the Afterstory Ellen Carol Dubois [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 By... 2019  
Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen Women and Case Law Some Loose and Comparative Wanderings 34 Connecticut Journal of International Law 363 (Summer, 2019) C1-2Table of Contents INTRODUCTION. 365 I. THE CONTRIBUTION OF WOMEN TO CASE LAW. 365 II. THE PROTECTION OF WOMEN THROUGH CASE LAW. 370 III. THE PROMOTION OF WOMEN THOUGH CASE LAW. 373 WHAT SHALL WE THINK AT THIS STAGE OF OUR DISORDERLY AND COMPREHENSIVE WANDERING?. 374; Search Snippet: ...International Law Connecticut Journal of International Law Summer, 2019 Article Women and Case Law Some Loose and Comparative Wanderings Laurence Burgorgue... 2019  
Nicole Williamson Women Are Equal on Mars: Envisioning Gender Equality in the Governance of Extraterrestrial Settlements under International Space Law 51 Georgetown Journal of International Law 147 (Fall, 2019) With both government agencies and private industry developing plans for early-stage exploration and settlement of Mars, it is more crucial than ever to begin crafting a framework for the governance of long-term human space settlements. As nascent visions for human colonies take shape, scientists, scholars, and lawyers engaging in constitutional...; Search Snippet: ...International Law Georgetown Journal of International Law Fall, 2019 Note Women Are Equal on Mars: Envisioning Gender Equality in the Governance of Extraterrestrial Settlements under International Space... 2019  
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