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Jennifer Wriggins Domestic Violence and Gender Equality: Recognition, Remedy, and (Possible) Retrenchment 49 University of Toledo Law Review 617 (Spring, 2018) MY topic today is domestic violence and gender equality in 2017. And we are talking, of course, about the law. This is a call to remember and fight for basic principles of equality. One principle is, of course, gender equality--the overarching topic of this conference. To quote the Seneca Falls declaration, We hold these truths to be self-evident...; Search Snippet: ...Review Spring, 2018 Gender Equality Symposium Article Domestic Violence and Gender Equality: Recognition, Remedy, and (Possible) Retrenchment Jennifer Wriggins [Fna1] Copyright... 2018  
Samantha Malone Domestic Work in the United States: Gender, Immigration, and Personhood 10 Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives 65 (Spring, 2018) Growing up, I spent hours playing in dimly-lit, stately homes, careful not to touch the antiques lining the halls. On weekends, I spent afternoons exploring the estate where my grandmother worked. A tall, wooden grandfather clock with a brass pendulum chimed at the end of the dark hallway, every hour on the hour. I listened to the chime echo in the...; Search Snippet: ...Perspectives Spring, 2018 Note Domestic Work in the United States: Gender, Immigration, and Personhood Samantha Malone [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by Samantha... 2018  
Karen Musalo El Salvador--a Peace Worse than War: Violence, Gender and a Failed Legal Response 30 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 3 (2018) Introduction. 4 I. Historical Antecedents to El Salvador's Civil War and Its Negotiated Settlement. 8 II. Levels and Underlying Causes of Violence in El Salvador. 14 A. Levels of Violence. 14 B. Underlying Causes. 15 1. Structural Violence, the Civil War, and Impunity. 16 2. Economic Inequalities and Social Exclusion. 24 3. Gangs and Organized...; Search Snippet: ...2018 Article El Salvador--a Peace Worse than War: Violence, Gender and a Failed Legal Response Karen Musalo [Fnd1] Copyright © 2018... 2018  
Amanda E. Smallhorn Excusing "Women of Circumstance": Redefining Conspiracy Law to Hold Culpable Offenders Accountable 36 Quinnipiac Law Review 409 (2018) I. The Impact of Women-Only Excuses on Criminal Culpability of Women. 421 A. Coercion by Husband. 421 B. Battered Women's Syndrome. 424 II. Who the Women of Circumstance Are and Why They Should be Excused. 427 A. Kemba Smith. 429 B. Danielle Metz. 430 C. Teresa Griffin. 430 III. An Intersectional Analysis of Women-only Excuses is Necessary. 431...; Search Snippet: ...2194248 Quinnipiac Law Review Quinnipiac Law Review 2018 Note Excusing Women of Circumstance: Redefining Conspiracy Law to Hold Culpable Offenders Accountable... 2018  
Penelope Scudder Failing Our Workers: How the Fmla and Rfra Disadvantage Female Workers in the United States When Compared to Their European Union Counterparts 6 Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs 427 (2018) C1-3Table of Contents I. Introduction and Overview. 428 II. Intersection of the Public and Private Sphere. 434 III. The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993. 435 A. History and Enactment. 435 1. Effect on Already Disadvantaged Female Workers. 438 B. The EU. 443 1. Equal Pay.. 443 2. Leave Standards.. 445 IV. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act....; Search Snippet: ...Comment Failing Our Workers: How the Fmla and Rfra Disadvantage Female Workers in the United States When Compared to Their European... 2018  
Sarah Weddington Feminist Judgments and the Future of Reproductive Justice 94 Notre Dame Law Review Online 44 (2018) I am thrilled to take part in the discussion of this important project, a large-scale feminist rewriting of major U.S. Supreme Court cases. Roe v. Wade is one of the twenty-five Supreme Court cases that has been rewritten from a feminist perspective by an imaginative group of law professors and lawyers. I found Professor Kimberly M. Mutcherson's...; Search Snippet: ...Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Opinions of the United States Supreme Court Feminist Judgments and the Future of Reproductive Justice Sarah Weddington [Fna1... 2018  
Linda C. McClain Formative Projects, Formative Influences: of Martha Albertson Fineman and Feminist, Liberal, and Vulnerable Subjects 67 Emory Law Journal 1175 (2018) Martha Albertson Fineman is a truly generative scholar. She generates significant and transformative scholarship, causing people to think in new ways about keywords like dependency, autonomy, and vulnerability, and basic institutions such as family and state. She also generates conversations (uncomfortable and otherwise, crossing disciplinary...; Search Snippet: ...Article Formative Projects, Formative Influences: of Martha Albertson Fineman and Feminist, Liberal, and Vulnerable Subjects Linda C. Mcclain [Fna1] Copyright © 2018... 2018  
Melissa H. Weresh Gauzy Allegory and the Construction of Gender 25 William and Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice Just. 7 (Fall, 2018) Every people has a past, but the dignity of a history comes when a community of scholars devotes itself to chronicling and studying that past. --Sonia Sotomayor, My Beloved World In August 2017, violence erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia when white nationalists arrived to protest the removal of a statue memorializing Confederacy General Robert...; Search Snippet: ...Economic, and Political Ascension Gauzy Allegory and the Construction of Gender Melissa H. Weresh [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by William and Mary... 2018  
Naomi Cahn , June Carbone , Nancy Levit Gender and the Tournament: Reinventing Antidiscrimination Law in an Age of Inequality 96 Texas Law Review 425 (February, 2018) Since the 1970s, antidiscrimination advocates have approached Title VII as though the impact of the law on minorities and women could be considered in isolation. This Article argues that this is a mistake. Instead, Gender and the Tournament attempts to reclaim Title VII's original approach, which justified efforts to dismantle segregated workplaces...; Search Snippet: ...1151079 Texas Law Review Texas Law Review February, 2018 Article Gender and the Tournament: Reinventing Antidiscrimination Law in an Age Of... 2018  
Dana Roth Gender Bias in Clinical Drug Trials 33 Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society 83 (Spring, 2018) C1-2Table of Contents I. Introduction. 84 II. Clinical drug trials and women--The Science Problem. 87 A. Male and Female Bodies Inherently React to Drugs Differently. 87 B. Despite These Differences, There is a Long History of Not Including Women in Clinical Trials. 88 C. There Are Economic and Practical Incentives for Under-Inclusion of Women in...; Search Snippet: ...Society Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society Spring, 2018 Comment Gender Bias in Clinical Drug Trials Dana Roth [Fna1] Copyright © 2018... 2018  
Suzanne A. Kim , Edward Stein Gender in the Context of Same-sex Divorce and Relationship Dissolution 56 Family Court Review 384 (July, 2018) This article identifies ways that judges, lawyers, researchers, and policy makers may attend to the role of gender and gender dynamics facing same-sex couples upon divorce or other relationship dissolution. When same-sex couples marry, the legal system and society at large may project conceptions of gender onto same-sex couples, often in a manner...; Search Snippet: ...Court Review Family Court Review July, 2018 Special Issue Article Gender in the Context of Same-sex Divorce and Relationship Dissolution... 2018  
Lauren Geisser Gender Norms, Economic Inequality, and Social Egg Freezing: Why Company Egg Freezing Benefits Will Do More Harm than Good 25 UCLA Women's Law Journal 179 (Fall, 2018) Some of the largest companies in the world--including Facebook and Apple--began offering cryopreservation (aka, egg freezing) as a covered employee benefit as early as 2014. This Article discusses the ramifications of such coverage on other diversity policies and employee benefits, as well as with respect to class and racial inequality, and gender...; Search Snippet: ...Womens Law Journal Ucla Women's Law Journal Fall, 2018 Article Gender Norms, Economic Inequality, and Social Egg Freezing: Why Company Egg... 2018  
Julie Goldscheid Gender Violence and Human Rights in an Era of Backlash 24 William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law 559 (Spring, 2018) This Article brings the lens of civil cases seeking accountability for gender violence to the question of how international human rights decisions interpret gender and gender norms. It argues that a broad interpretation of gender is particularly critical as we face increasing backlash globally. It demonstrates how international human rights...; Search Snippet: ...Mary Journal of Women and the Law Spring, 2018 Article Gender Violence and Human Rights in an Era of Backlash Julie... 2018  
Marie Boyd Gender, Race & the Inadequate Regulation of Cosmetics 30 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 275 (2018) Scholars and other commentators have identified failures in the regulation of cosmetics--which depends heavily on voluntary industry self-regulation--and called for more stringent regulation of these products. Yet these calls have largely neglected an important dimension of the problem: the current laissez-faire approach to the regulation...; Search Snippet: ...Law and Feminism Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 2018 Article Gender, Race & the Inadequate Regulation of Cosmetics Marie Boyd [Fnd1] Copyright... 2018  
Fanna Gamal Good Girls: Gender-specific Interventions in Juvenile Court 35 Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 228 (2018) In the juvenile legal system, many jurisdictions are adopting interventions that target girls for specialized treatment. The proliferation of so-called Girls Courts--or specialty courts designed to address the specific challenges faced by system-involved girls--is one such intervention. Girls Court rejects gender-blindness in the juvenile justice...; Search Snippet: ...And Law Columbia Journal of Gender and Law 2018 Good Girls: Gender-specific Interventions in Juvenile Court [Fnd1] Fanna Gamal [Fna1] Copyright... 2018  
Alisha Patton Harris and Whole Woman's Health Collide: No Funding Provisions Unduly Burden Reproductive Freedom 70 Hastings Law Journal 297 (December, 2018) This Note analyzes the pro-life crusade to defund Planned Parenthood and exclude private insurance plans that cover abortions from all subsidized insurance markets, ostensibly in accordance with decades-old case law that upheld the Hyde Amendment and other laws that prohibit Medicaid and Title X family planning program funds from being used to pay...; Search Snippet: ...Journal Hastings Law Journal December, 2018 Note Harris and Whole Woman's Health Collide: No Funding Provisions Unduly Burden Reproductive Freedom Alisha... 2018  
Christina L. Pollard Here Come Many More Mail-order Brides: Why Imbra Fails Women Escaping the Russian Federation 46 Capital University Law Review 609 (Fall, 2018) The business of brokering mail-order brides sparks a tension between those who use the services of an international marriage broker and those who recognize its potential for abuse. Proponents claim that it is simply a forum for men and women to meet each other and fall in love, placing it in the same category as match.com and singles clubs....; Search Snippet: ...Here Come Many More Mail-order Brides: Why Imbra Fails Women Escaping the Russian Federation Christina L. Pollard [Fna1] Copyright © 2018... 2018  
José Gabilondo Holy Gender! Promoting Free Exercise of Gender by Discernment Without Establishing Binary Sex or Compulsory Fluidity 16 Seattle Journal for Social Justice 659 (Spring, 2018) Let me start by thanking Frank Valdes for setting up this roundtable on sexual minorities in the legal academy. Of late, straight society has reduced its de jure discrimination against many sexual minorities. The same is not true for gender minorities, for whom equal rights and dignity often remain a dream deferred. Yet some things are changing for...; Search Snippet: ...Social Justice Spring, 2018 Seattle Journal for Social Justice Holy Gender! Promoting Free Exercise of Gender by Discernment Without Establishing Binary Sex or Compulsory Fluidity José... 2018  
Naomi Strauss How the Lone Star State's Refusal to Expand Medicaid Is Leaving Pregnant Women More Alone than Ever 45 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 739 (Summer, 2018) The maternal mortality rate in Texas has steadily increased in the last ten years, and doubled in 2011-2012. These recent statistics make Texas one of the most dangerous places in the developed world to be pregnant and to deliver a child. Across America, maternal health is in crisis. This alarming trend in maternal mortality is an issue of national...; Search Snippet: ...Lone Star State's Refusal to Expand Medicaid Is Leaving Pregnant Women More Alone than Ever Naomi Strauss [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 By... 2018  
Madeline Curtis Inconceivable: How Barriers to Infertility Treatment for Low-income Women Amount to Reproductive Oppression 25 Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy 323 (Winter, 2018) I. Introduction. 324 II. The Landscape of Infertility. 325 A. The Types of Fertility Treatments. 325 B. Costs of Fertility Treatments and Current Insurance Coverage. 327 III. Low-Income Women and the Cumulative Effect. 329 A. Underlying Medical Conditions. 330 B. Environmental Factors. 331 C. Lack of Access to Health Care. 333 IV. Barriers to...; Search Snippet: ...Note Inconceivable: How Barriers to Infertility Treatment for Low-income Women Amount to Reproductive Oppression Madeline Curtis [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 By... 2018  
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