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Spencer K. Beall Lock Her Up! How Women Have Become the Fastest-growing Population in the American Carceral State 23 Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law L. 1 (Spring, 2018) The majority of discourse on American mass incarceration attempts to explain the outsize populations in jails and prisons as the result of a political war against a specific group of people (e.g. against a certain race, against the poor), rather than against crime itself. Less attention has been paid to women, even though they are the...; Search Snippet: ...Journal of Criminal Law Spring, 2018 Lock Her Up! How Women Have Become the Fastest-growing Population in the American Carceral... 2018  
Nancy E. Shurtz Long-term Care and the Tax Code: a Feminist Perspective on Elder Care 20 Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law 107 (Fall, 2018) Elder care is an increasingly important sector in the comprehensive health care matrix in the United States. It is a realm of particular import to women: women live longer, develop degenerative conditions at higher rates than men, and are more likely to receive and provide care. Women earn less income, possess less net wealth, and are far more...; Search Snippet: ...Law Article Long-term Care and the Tax Code: a Feminist Perspective on Elder Care Nancy E. Shurtz [Fna1] Copyright © 2018... 2018  
Gabrielle Eriquez Makeup Call: How Cosmetic Product Use Affects Women Absent Federal Regulation 25 William and Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice 221 (Fall, 2018) Introduction I. Contrasting Cosmetics Regulation in the FD&C Act to That of Food and Drugs to Establish a Lack of Cosmetics Regulation A. Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act Regulation of Cosmetics Versus its Regulation of Food and Drugs B. Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act Legislative History II. Cosmetics and Their Core Users: Women A....; Search Snippet: ...Fall, 2018 Note Makeup Call: How Cosmetic Product Use Affects Women Absent Federal Regulation Gabrielle Eriquez [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by William... 2018  
Susan Farooqi, Esq. Misogyny and Lawlessness in Afghanistan: the Women's Fight for Equal Rights 32 Journal of Civil Rights & Economic Development 105 (Fall, 2018) The anguished final hours of Farkhunda Malikzada, a 27-year-old student of Islamic studies who was falsely accused of burning a Quran in a mosque, prompted a national protest in Afghanistan. Farkhunda, while denying the false accusation, begged and pleaded for her life. Her killers showed no mercy as they continued to beat her while others recorded...; Search Snippet: ...2018 Note and Comment Misogyny and Lawlessness in Afghanistan: the Women's Fight for Equal Rights Susan Farooqi, Esq. [Fna1] Copyright © 2018... 2018  
Penny Venetis Misrepresenting Well-settled Jurisprudence: Peddling "Due Process" Clause Fallacies to Justify Gutting Title Ix Protections for Girls and Women 40 Women's Rights Law Reporter 126 (Fall/Winter 2018) C1-2TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION. 3 I. BACKGROUND: ENACTMENT OF TITLE IX AND BACKLASH AGAINST IT. 6 A. BRIEF HISTORY OF TITLE IX. 6 B. REVERSE DISCRIMINATION--MEN BEGIN USING TITLE IX TO CHALLENGE SCHOOL DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS THROUGH THE FEDERAL COURTS. 10 C. THE 2011 DEAR COLLEAGUE LETTER. 11 D. THE IMPACT OF THE HUNTING GROUND. 13 E. TWO...; Search Snippet: ...Process Clause Fallacies to Justify Gutting Title Ix Protections for Girls and Women Penny Venetis [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by Women's Rights Law Reporter... 2018  
Barbara Stark Mr. Trump's Contribution to Women's Human Rights 24 ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law 317 (Winter, 2018) I. Introduction: The Day After. 317 II. Civil and Political Rights: The March. 319 A. Legal Grounds. 320 B. Civil and Political Rights. 321 1. Organizing. 321 2. The November 2017 Elections. 322 III. Sexual Harassment. 324 A. In America. 324 1. Title VII, the Women's Movement, and Catharine MacKinnon. 324 2. Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas. 324 3....; Search Snippet: ...International and Comparative Law Winter, 2018 Mr. Trump's Contribution to Women's Human Rights Barbara Stark [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by International Law... 2018  
Laura Oren No-fault Divorce Reform in the 1950s: the Lost History of the "Greatest Project" of the National Association of Women Lawyers 36 Law and History Review 847 (November, 2018) This Article is about the lost history of a campaign by the National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL) to achieve uniform no-fault divorce law reform in the United States. In one form or another, NAWL has existed continuously since before 1911, when it began to publish the Women Lawyers Journal. From its Progressive era origins until today, NAWL...; Search Snippet: ...History of the Greatest Project of the National Association of Women Lawyers Laura Oren [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by the American Society... 2018  
Estalyn Marquis Nothing less than the Dignity of Man: Women Prisoners, Reproductive Health, and Unequal Access to Justice under the Eighth Amendment 106 California Law Review 203 (February, 2018) Much of the literature on women prisoners' inadequate access to healthcare has focused on the relative rarity of women in prison before the age of mass incarceration. This may explain why prisons initially were poorly equipped to provide healthcare to women, but the gendered nature of Eighth Amendment jurisprudence has allowed prisons to remain so....; Search Snippet: ...February, 2018 Note Nothing less than the Dignity of Man: Women Prisoners, Reproductive Health, and Unequal Access to Justice under The... 2018  
Viviana I. Vasiu On the Basis of Sex: Examining John Grisham's Legal Fiction Through Feminist Theory 13 Florida A & M University Law Review 139 (Spring, 2018) Introduction. 139 I. Unveiled: John Grisham's Writing Toolkit. 141 II. A Walk Through the Decades: Grisham's Novels Under the Literary Microscope. 145 A. The Firm and A Time to Kill. 146 B. The Pelican Brief. 153 C. The Partner. 156 D. Gray Mountain. 159 III. Blurring the Lines: When Fiction Impacts Reality. 163 Conclusion. 165; Search Snippet: ...The Basis of Sex: Examining John Grisham's Legal Fiction Through Feminist Theory Viviana I. Vasiu [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by Florida A... 2018  
Alexandra N. Phillips Promulgating Parity: an Argument for a States-based Approach to Valuing Women's Work and Ensuring Pay Equity in the United States 92 Tulane Law Review 719 (February, 2018) I. Introduction. 720 II. Current State of the United States Gender Wage Gap. 721 A. What Is the Gender Wage Gap?. 721 B. Who Does the Gender Wage Gap Affect?. 722 III. Factors that May Account for the Gender Wage Gap. 725 A. Undervaluation of Women's Work. 725 B. Occupational Segregation. 727 C. The Mothering Effect. 727 D. Negotiation in Pay....; Search Snippet: ...Parity: an Argument for a States-based Approach to Valuing Women's Work and Ensuring Pay Equity in the United States Alexandra... 2018  
Francis X. Flanagan , Wake Forest University Race, Gender, and Juries: Evidence from North Carolina 61 Journal of Law & Economics 189 (May, 2018) This paper uses data from felony jury trials in North Carolina to show that the race and gender composition of the randomly selected jury pool has a significant effect on the probability of conviction, attorneys adjust peremptory-challenge strategies in accordance, and state peremptory challenges have a positive impact on the conviction rate when...; Search Snippet: ...Law and Economics Journal of Law & Economics May, 2018 Race, Gender, and Juries: Evidence from North Carolina Francis X. Flanagan [Fna1... 2018  
Jane Murphy , Solangel Maldonado Reproducing Gender and Race Inequality in the Blawgosphere 41 Harvard Journal of Law & Gender 239 (Winter, 2018) C1-2Table of Contents Introduction. 239 I. The Emergence of Blogging as Legal Scholarship. 240 II. Gender Disparities in Legal Blawgs. 246 III. Racial Disparities in Blawgs. 254 IV. Why Do Gender and Racial Disparities Matter?. 262 V. Creating an Inclusive Blogosphere. 264 Conclusion. 265; Search Snippet: ...Gender Harvard Journal of Law & Gender Winter, 2018 Essay Reproducing Gender and Race Inequality in the Blawgosphere Jane Murphy [Fna1] Solangel... 2018  
Addie C. Rolnick Resilience and Native Girls: a Critique 2018 Brigham Young University Law Review 1407 (2018) C1-2Contents Introduction. 1407 I. Resilience Literature. 1409 A. Resilient Institutions. 1410 B. Resilient Individuals. 1412 II. Resilience and Native Girls. 1415 III. Naturalizing Trauma; Punishing Survival. 1418 IV. Making Resilience Work for Native Girls. 1424 Conclusion. 1426; Search Snippet: ...Brigham Young University Law Review 2018 Article Resilience and Native Girls: a Critique Addie C. Rolnick [Fna1] Copyright © 2019 by Brigham... 2018  
Kimberly D. Bailey Sex in a Masculinities World: Gender, Undesired Sex, and Rape 21 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice 281 (Winter, 2018) This Article examines gender, rape, and consensual, but undesired, sex. Drawing on scholars from both feminist and masculinities literature, it argues that rape is not just a product of women's subordinated relationship to men; it is also a product of men's relationships with each other. Specifically, rape can be the result of an unstable masculine...; Search Snippet: ...And Justice Winter, 2018 Article Sex in a Masculinities World: Gender, Undesired Sex, and Rape Kimberly D. Bailey [Fna1] Copyright © 2018... 2018  
Rigel C. Oliveri Sexual Harassment of Low-income Women in Housing: Pilot Study Results 83 Missouri Law Review 597 (Summer, 2018) I. Background. 600 A. Development of Sexual Harassment Doctrine. 600 1. Sexual Harassment Under Title VII. 600 2. Sexual Harassment and the Fair Housing Act. 603 B. What We Know About Sexual Harassment in Housing. 608 1. Official Statistics and Early Studies. 609 2. Recent Studies. 611 II. The Pilot Study. 613 A. Purpose and Methodology. 613 B....; Search Snippet: ...Law Review Summer, 2018 Article Sexual Harassment of Low-income Women in Housing: Pilot Study Results Rigel C. Oliveri [Fna1] Copyright... 2018  
Mary Ziegler Some Form of Punishment: Penalizing Women for Abortion 26 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 735 (March, 2018) In 2016, Donald Trump ignited a political firestorm when he suggested that women should be punished for having abortions. Although he backtracked, Trump's misstep launched a debate about whether women have been or should be punished for having abortions. At the same time, Trump's comments revealed that punishing women has become far more than an...; Search Snippet: ...Rights Journal March, 2018 Article Some Form of Punishment: Penalizing Women for Abortion Mary Ziegler [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by the Publications... 2018  
Jamie R. Abrams The #Metoo Movement: an Invitation for Feminist Critique of Rape Crisis Framing 52 University of Richmond Law Review 749 (May, 2018) This article invites feminists to leverage the #MeToo Movement as a critical analytical tool to explore the longevity of the enduring rape crisis framing of victim services. Long before the #MeToo Movement, victim services in communities nationwide were framed around a crisis model. For nearly half a century, victims have visited rape crisis...; Search Snippet: ...Review May, 2018 Article the #Metoo Movement: an Invitation for Feminist Critique of Rape Crisis Framing Jamie R. Abrams [Fna1] Copyright... 2018  
Neda Saghafi The American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man: Using a Human Rights Framework to Deconstruct Systemic Police Misconduct Against Low-income Women of Color 10 Northeastern University Law Review 502 (Summer, 2018) The history of hierarchical identities has become enmeshed in U.S. policing. Given the multiple forms of discrimination that arise from intersecting identities, low-income women of color are at high risk of police misconduct. The existence of violent, hegemonic masculinity in police culture, in conjunction with problematic policing policies, such...; Search Snippet: ...Rights Framework to Deconstruct Systemic Police Misconduct Against Low-income Women of Color Neda Saghafi [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by Northeastern University... 2018  
Daniel Del Gobbo The Feminist Negotiator's Dilemma 33 Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution Resol. 1 (2018) I. Introduction: Negotiating Difference II. Traditional Approaches to Gender in Principled Negotiation A. The Sex/Gender Framework B. Sex/Gender Difference in Principled Negotiation C. Traditional Approaches to Sex/Gender in Principled Negotiation 1. Liberal Feminist Negotiation 2. Cultural Feminist Negotiation D. Moving Beyond the Traditional...; Search Snippet: ...Resolution Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 2018 Article the Feminist Negotiator's Dilemma Daniel Del Gobbo [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by The... 2018  
Torie Abbott Watkins The Ghost of Salary Past: Why Salary History Inquiries Perpetuate the Gender Pay Gap and Should Be Ousted as a Factor Other than Sex 103 Minnesota Law Review 1041 (December, 2018) It is a story women know all too well. After years of living and working as a school teacher in Arizona, Aileen Rizo decided it was time for a change. She packed up her belongings, quit her job, and moved to sunny California. Due to an impressive resume and years of experience in education, Rizo soon received an offer to be a math consultant in the...; Search Snippet: ...Ghost of Salary Past: Why Salary History Inquiries Perpetuate the Gender Pay Gap and Should Be Ousted as a Factor Other... 2018  
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