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Heather R. Hlavka , Sameena Mulla That's How She Talks: Animating Text Message Evidence in the Sexual Assault Trial 52 Law and Society Review 401 (June, 2018) This ethnographic study of criminal sexual assault adjudication shows how prosecutors, defense attorneys, and witnesses animate text message evidence. In contrast to other forms of courtroom testimony, text messages function as multiauthored representations of recorded correspondence in the past. Attorneys and witnesses animate texts authored by or...; Search Snippet: ...Text Messages Showed That Anna, a 30-year-old White Latina Woman, Was in a Romantic Relationship with the Defendant, a 30... 2018 Hispanic/Latinx American
Lorena Espino-Piepp The Violence Against Women Act, Implicit Bias, and Judicial Training 24 Cardozo Journal of Equal Rights & Social Justice 347 (Spring, 2018) C1-2TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS. 347 INTRODUCTION. 348 I. HISTORY OF VAWA, IMMIGRATION LAWS, AND THE FAMILY COURT. 350 A. The Violence Against Women Act. 351 B. Domestic Violence and Latina Immigrant Women. 352 C. Immigration Laws and Domestic Violence. 353 D. VAWA's Response to the Specific Problems Faced by Immigrant Women in Accessing...; Search Snippet: ...Equal Rights & Social Justice Spring, 2018 Note the Violence Against Women Act, Implicit Bias, and Judicial Training Lorena Espino-piepp Copyright... 2018 Hispanic/Latinx American
Samone Ijoma False Promises of Protection: Black Women, Trans People & the Struggle for Visibility as Victims of Intimate Partner and Gendered Violence 18 University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class 255 (Spring, 2018) While new gun laws in Tennessee and Indiana aimed at victims of gendered violence are supposedly an added layer of protection, these laws assume that all victims of domestic violence receive equal treatment, both in the civil and criminal legal systems. Such laws are problematic because they would have a disparate impact on Black women and trans...; Search Snippet: ...And Class Spring, 2018 Comment False Promises of Protection: Black Women, Trans People & the Struggle for Visibility as Victims of Intimate... 2018 Multipe Groups: American IndianAfrican
Jenny B. Davis A Birth and Many Firsts 104-APR ABA Journal 12 (April, 2018) THERE'S A BABY CRIB NEXT TO Yvonne Brathwaite Burke's desk. It's for Burke's granddaughter--she enjoys bringing the busy toddler up to her Los Angeles law office while she completes work stemming from her arbitration practice or her position on the Amtrak board of directors. Blending work, family and success is nothing new for Burke, 85. For...; Search Snippet: ...Firsts La Lawyer and Former Congresswoman Blazed a Trail for Women and Minorities Jenny B. Davis Copyright © 2018 by the American... 2018  
Paulette Brown , Madeline Gomez , Jin Hee Lee , Moderated by Amreeta Mathai , Introduction by Chloe Bootstaylor Advocacy in Practice: Women of Color and Our Allies 36 Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 8 (2018) Chloe Bootstaylor: Good morning, everyone. I am Chloe Bootstaylor, the Vice President of Empowering Women of Color (EWOC). This is our first official panel, called Advocacy in Practice: Women of Color and Our Allies. This panel will discuss advocacy in the context of mentorship and advancement opportunities for women of color in the legal...; Search Snippet: ...Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 2018 Advocacy in Practice: Women of Color and Our Allies Paulette Brown [Fna1] Madeline Gomez... 2018  
Alexandra Brodsky Against Taking Rape "Seriously": the Case Against Mandatory Referral Laws for Campus Gender Violence 53 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 131 (Winter, 2018) In response to growing national concern about gender violence on college campuses, legislators have proposed a rash of state and federal bills that would require schools to refer all sexual assault reports to the police, regardless of the student victims' wishes. These so-called mandatory referral laws appeal to a popular intuition that the best...; Search Snippet: ...Rape Seriously: the Case Against Mandatory Referral Laws for Campus Gender Violence Alexandra Brodsky [Fn1] Copyright © 2018 by the President And... 2018  
Robert Brauneis, Dotan Oliar An Empirical Study of the Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Age of Copyright Registrants 86 George Washington Law Review 46 (January, 2018) Who is the author in copyright law? Knowing who our copyright system currently incentivizes to create which works is a necessary precondition for any effective copyright reform, yet copyright scholarship has thus far treated authors only through a priori conceptual analysis. This Article explores the author empirically. Do those who self-identify...; Search Snippet: ...January, 2018 Article an Empirical Study of the Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Age of Copyright Registrants Robert Brauneis Dotan Oliar [Fna1... 2018  
Martha T. McCluskey Are We Economic Engines Too? Precarity, Productivity and Gender 49 University of Toledo Law Review 631 (Spring, 2018) GENDER equity does not turn on whether men and women are different, but on whose differences are privileged and whose are penalized, in the workplace and beyond. Economic disadvantages for women workers are often explained as the result of differences in economic productivity, determined by a rational market rather than irrational bias. On closer...; Search Snippet: ...Symposium Article Are We Economic Engines Too? Precarity, Productivity and Gender Martha T. Mccluskey [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by the University Of... 2018  
Rishita Apsani Are Women's Spaces Transgender Spaces? Single-sex Domestic Violence Shelters, Transgender Inclusion, and the Equal Protection Clause 106 California Law Review 1689 (October, 2018) Transgender survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) face unique struggles in finding safe and inclusive housing as they seek reprieve from violence. Domestic violence shelters are often marked women-only with the goal of creating spaces for female empowerment, wherein women learn feminist principles of liberation and find a sisterhood of...; Search Snippet: ...California Law Review California Law Review October, 2018 Note Are Women's Spaces Transgender Spaces? Single-sex Domestic Violence Shelters, Transgender Inclusion... 2018  
Marissa Marquez Are You an Attorney Too? 55-APR Houston Lawyer 12 (March/April, 2018) Are you an attorney, too? a seasoned Caucasian male attorney asked me at an attorney-networking event. This question came right after he had just assumed my Caucasian female colleague was a fellow attorney, an assumption he did not automatically extend to me, despite it being an attorney-networking event. I asked myself, why else would someone...; Search Snippet: ...Too? The Impact of Intersectionality on the Career Advancement of Women of Color Marissa Marquez [Fna1] Copyright © 2017 by the Houston... 2018  
Jennifer S. Hendricks Arguing with the Building Inspector about Gender-neutral Bathrooms 113 Northwestern University Law Review Online 77 (12/20/2018) Abstract--Conventional interpretations of building codes are among the greatest barriers to building the gender-neutral bathrooms of the future. Focusing on the example of schools, this Essay argues for a reinterpretation of the International Building Code in light of its policy goals: safe, private, and equitable access to public bathrooms. Under...; Search Snippet: ...Online December 20, 2018 Arguing with the Building Inspector about Gender-neutral Bathrooms Jennifer S. Hendricks [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by Jennifer... 2018  
Mina Dixon Davis Bad Moms and Powerful Prosecutors: Why a Public Health Approach to Maternal Drug Use Is Necessary to Lessen the Hardship Borne by Women in the South 25 Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy 305 (Winter, 2018) I. Introduction. 306 II. U.S. Drug Crises and the Problem of Maternal Substance Use: A Shift to the South. 307 A. Opioid Overdose and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Rates are Rising Rapidly in the South and Rural Regions. 308 B. Findings from the Abuse of Crack Cocaine in the 1980s Present Lessons for Today's Crisis. 310 III. Legal Approaches to...; Search Snippet: ...Drug Use Is Necessary to Lessen the Hardship Borne by Women in the South Mina Dixon Davis [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 By... 2018  
Catherine DiSanto Beauty and the H-2beast: How the Equality State Fails its Female Guest Workers 18 Wyoming Law Review 321 (2018) I. Introduction. 321 II. Close to slavery: A History of Temporary Guest Worker Programs. 324 A. H-2A and H-2B: Ripe for Abuse. 326 1. Framework of Exploitation. 327 2. A Department's Duty, Disregarded. 331 B. Discrimination against U.S. Workers. 332 C. The H-2B System and U.S. Employers. 334 III. Gender-Based Problems with the H-2B Visa. 335 A....; Search Snippet: ...And the H-2beast: How the Equality State Fails its Female Guest Workers Catherine Disanto [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by the Wyoming... 2018  
Karen Joe Laidler, Department of Sociology, University of Hong Kong Caught Up: Girls, Surveillance and Wraparound Incarceration. By Jerry Flores. Oakland, Ca: University of California Press, 2016 52 Law and Society Review 1103 (December, 2018) Globally, we are witnessing increasing rates of girls' and women's imprisonment. Although they represent a small proportion of overall prison populations--between 2% and 9%--it is only in recent years that governing bodies have acknowledged the gendered discrimination and human rights violations they experience in their interface with the criminal...; Search Snippet: ...Review December, 2018 Book Review Jennifer Balint, Editor Caught Up: Girls, Surveillance and Wraparound Incarceration . By Jerry Flores. Oakland, Ca: University... 2018  
Amber Baylor Centering Women in Prisoners' Rights Litigation 25 Michigan Journal of Gender & Law 109 (2018) The women in a housing unit at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women watched as a cadre of prison guards with tear gas canisters made their way towards Carol Crooks' cell. Crooks, a woman in the prison, was a vocal dissenter of the prison's treatment of women. Earlier that day Crooks refused to comply with a prison administrator's order to...; Search Snippet: ...And Law Michigan Journal of Gender & Law 2018 Article Centering Women in Prisoners' Rights Litigation Amber Baylor [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 By... 2018  
Agustin Paneque Civil Rights and Tort Calculation: Challenging the Reliability and Constitutionality of Race-based and Gender-based Life Expectancy and Future Wage Earning Calculations 19 Rutgers Race & the Law Review 133 (2018) [B]ecause the tort system is committed to individualized determinations--with few checks for systemic bias--devaluation [of persons and their injuries based on race] is largely invisible and unaddressed in contemporary law. This note focuses on the issue of statistics supporting future wage earnings and life expectancy calculations in court that...; Search Snippet: ...Calculation: Challenging the Reliability and Constitutionality of Race-based and Gender-based Life Expectancy and Future Wage Earning Calculations Agustin Paneque... 2018  
Haley Hawkins Clearly Unconvincing: How Heightened Evidentiary Standards in Judicial Bypass Hearings Create an Undue Burden under Whole Woman's Health 67 American University Law Review 1911 (August, 2018) Currently, thirty-seven states have parental involvement laws that require a minor seeking to access abortion care to consult or obtain consent from a parent before undergoing the procedure. In these states, a minor's only hope for getting around this obstacle is judicial bypass--a proceeding in which a minor must convince a judge that she should...; Search Snippet: ...In Judicial Bypass Hearings Create an Undue Burden under Whole Woman's Health Haley Hawkins [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by American University Law... 2018  
Jessica M. Salerno, Hannah J. Phalen, Rosa N. Reyes, N. J. Schweitzer , Arizona State University Closing with Emotion: the Differential Impact of Male Versus Female Attorneys Expressing Anger in Court 42 Law and Human Behavior 385 (August, 2018) Emotion expression is a key part of trial advocacy. Attorneys are advised to gain credibility with juries by demonstrating conviction through anger expression. In 3 experiments, we tested whether expressing anger in court makes attorneys more effective and whether this depends on their gender. We randomly assigned participants (n = 120...; Search Snippet: ...2018 Closing with Emotion: the Differential Impact of Male Versus Female Attorneys Expressing Anger in Court [Fna1] Jessica M. Salerno Hannah... 2018  
DeAnna Baumle Creating the Trauma-to-prison Pipeline: How the U.s. Justice System Criminalizes Structural and Interpersonal Trauma Experienced by Girls of Color 56 Family Court Review 695 (October, 2018) The staggering number of girls in the juvenile justice system who have experienced abuse is described as the sexual-abuse-to-prison pipeline. However, this pipeline does not capture the entire picture, nor does it fully explain the unjustifiable disproportionality of girls of color and girls from low-income communities in the system. This article...; Search Snippet: ...U.s. Justice System Criminalizes Structural and Interpersonal Trauma Experienced by Girls of Color Deanna Baumle [Fnd1] [Fnd2] [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 By... 2018  
J. Shontavia Johnson, Tonya M. Evans, Yolanda M. King Diversifying Intellectual Property Law 10 No. 4 Landslide 30 (March/April, 2018) Law is America's least diverse profession. According to the American Bar Association (ABA), 85 percent of all lawyers in America are white, and 65 percent are men. And lawyer demographics have not changed much in at least a decade. While the profession has made some efforts toward increasing diversity and embracing inclusion, its membership does...; Search Snippet: ...Landslide Landslide March/april, 2018 Diversifying Intellectual Property Law Why Women of Color Remain Invisible and How to Provide More Seats... 2018  
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