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Samira Paydar Boys Club Behind the Scenes: Using Title Vii to Remedy Gender Discrimination in Hollywood 47 Seton Hall Law Review 1077 (2017) Director George Miller opens his Oscar winning film Mad Max: Fury Road in post-apocalyptic Australia. Humanity is broken, and those who remain survive in an unforgiving wasteland of perpetual drought where the soil can no longer sustain life. A tyrant, Immortan Joe, distributes water at his whim to those thirsting. Joe's five enslaved wives, led by...; Search Snippet: ...Boys Club Behind the Scenes: Using Title Vii to Remedy Gender Discrimination in Hollywood Samira Paydar [Fna1] Copyright © 2016 by Seton... 2017  
Patricia M. Jarzobski Celebrating Women's History Month 46-MAR Colorado Lawyer Law. 5 (March, 2017) Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will. --Suzy Kassem Women's History Month celebrates the struggles and achievements of American women who have fought throughout our history to gain rights for themselves, and more important, for many other underrepresented and disenfranchised groups in America. In 1981, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Rep....; Search Snippet: ...Lawyer March, 2017 Around the Bar Cba President's Message Celebrating Women's History Month Patricia M. Jarzobski Copyright © 2017 by the Colorado... 2017  
Liane Jackson Changing Times 103-JAN ABA Journal 66 (January, 2017) On a late October day in New York City, partners, law firm associates and in-house counsel gathered at the offices of Mayer Brown to confront issues of gender inequity in BigLaw and brainstorm ways to move the needle. The discussion happened at a time when the state of diversity in the legal profession is sobering at best and dismal at worst,...; Search Snippet: ...Panelists Look for Ways to Remove Barriers to Advancement for Women at Large Law Firms Liane Jackson Copyright © 2017 by The... 2017  
Kris Gilliland, Bette Bradley, Ellie Campbell Dared to Enter a 'Man's World': Mississippi Women Lawyers, 1914-1964 85 Mississippi Law Journal 1479 (2017) I. Researching Early Women Lawyers in Mississippi. 1482 II. Mississippi Women in the Public Sphere. 1486 A. Higher Education. 1487 B. The Suffrage Movement. 1491 C. The Legal Profession. 1493 1. Bar Admission. 1493 2. Law School. 1499 D. Professional Identity and Opportunity. 1502 1. Lady Lawyers. 1502 2. Family Matters. 1504 3. Career Paths....; Search Snippet: ...School of Law Dared to Enter a Man's World: Mississippi Women Lawyers, 1914-1964 Kris Gilliland Bette Bradley Ellie Campbell [Fna1... 2017  
Janet Dolgin Discriminating Gender: Legal, Medical, and Social Presumptions about Transgender and Intersex People 47 Southwestern Law Review 61 (2017) Medicine and law have long assumed and re-enforced a binary view of gender in proposing care for and defining the rights of transgender and intersex people. This Article considers that history and its consequences for the people most directly affected by it. Further, it considers recent challenges to the binary gender presumption and to the medical...; Search Snippet: ...7550700 Southwestern Law Review Southwestern Law Review 2017 Article Discriminating Gender: Legal, Medical, and Social Presumptions about Transgender and Intersex People... 2017  
Maya Sen Diversity, Qualifications, and Ideology: How Female and Minority Judges Have Changed, or Not Changed, over Time 2017 Wisconsin Law Review 367 (2017) Ever since the Carter Administration began appointing female and minority judges in large numbers, scholars have sought to measure their impact. In this Article, I focus on a different, but equally important question: what is the background and ideology of female and minority judges and how has this changed over time? I address this issue...; Search Snippet: ...Wisconsin Law Review 2017 Article Diversity, Qualifications, and Ideology: How Female and Minority Judges Have Changed, or Not Changed, over Time... 2017  
Charles B. Craver Do Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures Disadvantage Women and Minorities? 70 SMU Law Review 891 (Fall, 2017) When different legal controversies arise, parties frequently employ alternative dispute resolution procedures to resolve them. Yet some members of ethnic minority groups and women may seek judicial proceedings out of a concern that their ethnicity or gender may undermine their ability to achieve beneficial bargaining outcomes through ADR. This...; Search Snippet: ...Review Fall, 2017 Article Do Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures Disadvantage Women and Minorities? Charles B. Craver [Fna1] Copyright © 2017 by Southern... 2017  
Stephanie McCurry Enemy Women and the Laws of War in the American Civil War 35 Law and History Review 667 (August, 2017) We do not make war on women and children Illinois Private, 1862 One of the most important legacies of the American Civil War, not just in the re-united States of America but also in the nineteenth and twentieth century world, were the new laws of war that the conflict introduced. Lieber's Code, named after the man who authored it for the...; Search Snippet: ...History Review Law and History Review August, 2017 Article Enemy Women and the Laws of War in the American Civil War... 2017  
Krishna de la Cruz Exploring the Conflicts Within Carceral Feminism: a Call to Revocalize the Women Who Continue to Suffer 19 Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race and Social Justice 79 (2017) The pedestal upon which women have been placed has . upon closer inspection, been revealed as a cage. --The Honorable Raymond J. Peters I. Introduction. 80 II. Carceral Feminism and Prostitution. 82 A. Carceral Feminism Criminalizes Prostitution but Disregards Historically Discriminatory Prostitution Policy. 83 B. Understanding the Difference...; Search Snippet: ...The Conflicts Within Carceral Feminism: a Call to Revocalize the Women Who Continue to Suffer Krishna De La Cruz [Fna1] Copyright... 2017  
Shaleen Morales Saldarriaga Flaming Fifties and Beyond: an International Comparison of Age Discrimination Laws and How the United States Could Improve the Laws for Elderly Women 25 Elder Law Journal 101 (2017) Age discrimination in employment continues to be a major issue in developed countries. Older employees are more disadvantaged to retain or regain employment than their younger counterparts. The Age Discrimination Employment Act (the ADEA) was implemented to protect older workers from adverse employment decisions based on age. There has been an...; Search Snippet: ...How the United States Could Improve the Laws for Elderly Women Shaleen Morales Saldarriaga [Fna1] Copyright © 2017 by the Board Of... 2017  
George Waas Florida's Minority Trailblazers: the Men and Women Who Changed the Face of Florida Government by Susan A. Macmanus 91-MAY Florida Bar Journal 44 (May, 2017) Florida's rich history of explosive growth following World War II is told through the lives of minority trailblazers who helped the Sunshine State rise from being one of the poorest, most isolated states, with the smallest population in the South, to the most dynamic state on the east coast and, with California, the most diverse in the nation. In...; Search Snippet: ...May, 2017 Column Book Florida's Minority Trailblazers: the Men and Women Who Changed the Face of Florida Government by Susan A... 2017  
Loren D. Goodman For What It's Worth: the Role of Race- and Gender-based Data in Civil Damages Awards 70 Vanderbilt Law Review 1353 (May, 2017) Introduction. 1354 I. Statistical Reliance on Race and Gender. 1358 A. Historically Permissible Stereotyping. 1358 1. An Introduction to Actuarial Science and the Problem of Redlining. 1358 2. Life Tables, Forensic Economists, and Lost Earnings Calculations. 1360 B. Recent Rejections of Raced-Based and Gendered Evidence at Trial: Selected...; Search Snippet: ...Note for What It's Worth: the Role of Race- and Gender-based Data in Civil Damages Awards Loren D. Goodman [Fna1... 2017  
Terry A. Kupers Gender and Domination in Prison 39 Western New England Law Review 427 (2017) Gender theory has evolved in recent years. The feminist and gay liberation struggles of the 1960s and 1970s were about equal rights, the rights of women in the workplace, and the rights of gays to safety and an equal place at the table. More recently, the entire notion of binary gender identity and binary sexual preference has come into question....; Search Snippet: ...England Law Review Western New England Law Review 2017 Article Gender and Domination in Prison [Fna1] Terry A. Kupers [Fnaa1] Copyright... 2017  
Adam R. Chang, Stephanie M. Wildman Gender In/sight: Examining Culture and Constructions of Gender 18 Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law 43 (Spring, 2017) Introduction. 44 I. The Role of Gender in U.S. Society. 45 II. What is Gender?. 54 A. Biological Sex. 57 B. Gender Identity. 59 C. Gender Expression. 61 III. Expanding Understandings of Gender in a Society That Has Not Yet Recognized Deeper Gender Issues. 63 A. The Inclusion of Male Feminists and the Unintended Exclusion of Non-Binary People. 64 B....; Search Snippet: ...Spring, 2017 General Issue of Gender and the Law Article Gender In/sight: Examining Culture and Constructions of Gender Adam R. Chang Stephanie M. Wildman [Fna1] Copyright © 2017 By... 2017  
Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol Glocalizing Women's Health and Safety: Migration, Work and Labor 15 Santa Clara Journal of International Law 48 (2/2/2017) Worldwide, women's equality remains elusive in the social, political, civil, economic and cultural spheres. Such reality presents a challenge in the movement of persons across state borders because, globally, the world is experiencing a feminization of migration. In turn, the feminization of migration effects threats to the health and safety of...; Search Snippet: ...Clara Journal of International Law February 2, 2017 Article Glocalizing Women's Health and Safety: Migration, Work and Labor Berta Esperanza Hernández... 2017  
Mary Anne Case Heterosexuality as a Factor in the Long History of Women's Sports 80 Law and Contemporary Problems 25 (2017) Too many accounts of the development of women's sports tend to posit their origin in the late nineteenth or even the twentieth century, as a belated, slowly developing, and sometimes vehemently resisted addendum to the development of sports for men. To begin a history of women's sports at such a late date has several important distorting effects....; Search Snippet: ...Editor Heterosexuality as a Factor in the Long History of Women's Sports Mary Anne Case [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by Mary Anne... 2017  
Kevin R. Johnson How Political Ideology Undermines Racial and Gender Diversity in Federal Judicial Selection: the Prospects for Judicial Diversity in the Trump Years 2017 Wisconsin Law Review 345 (2017) This Essay considers the relationship between efforts to increase the racial and gender diversity of the federal judiciary and the contemporary contentiousness of the Senate judicial confirmation process. Part I briefly evaluates the benefits of a diverse federal judiciary and summarizes the relatively successful efforts of President Obama--the...; Search Snippet: ...Law Review 2017 Article How Political Ideology Undermines Racial and Gender Diversity in Federal Judicial Selection: the Prospects for Judicial Diversity... 2017  
Taylor Stoneman International Economic Law, Gender Equality, and Paternity Leave: Can the Wto Be Utilized to Balance the Division of Care Labor Worldwide? 32 Emory International Law Review 51 (2017) Which public policies most effectively promote gender equality and how can they be realized internationally to support women on a global scale? I first argue that longer periods of paid paternity leave must be embraced to challenge the historical conception of women as the primary caregiver in a male-female partnership and to bring men into the...; Search Snippet: ...Review Emory International Law Review 2017 Article International Economic Law, Gender Equality, and Paternity Leave: Can the Wto Be Utilized To... 2017  
Ann D. Gordon (Emerita), Rutgers University, doi:10.1093/ajlh/njw025, Advance Access Publication Date: 20 January 2017 Laura E. Free, Suffrage Reconstructed: Gender, Race, and Voting Rights in the Civil War Era (Ithaca, N.y.: Cornell University Press, 2015). Pp. 235. $39.95 (Hardcover). Isbn 978-0-8014-5086-0 57 American Journal of Legal History 119 (March, 2017) When Ohio ratified the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution in 2003, opposition came from proponents of criminal penalties for abortion, who introduced modern matters of sex and gender into the debate. But no one engaged with the language in Section 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment: when the right to vote . is denied to any of the male...; Search Snippet: ...History March, 2017 Book Review Laura E. Free, Suffrage Reconstructed: Gender, Race, and Voting Rights in the Civil War Era (Ithaca... 2017  
Michael J. Higer Leaders of the Judiciary: Recognizing Women Serving as Florida's Chief Judges 91-NOV Florida Bar Journal 4 (November, 2017) As president of The Florida Bar, it is my pleasure to highlight the recent accomplishments of our sitting judges who have achieved leadership positions. Judges are often the unsung heroes of our Bar. They work in relative obscurity not only performing the functions of their job, but in administrative leadership positions, which require additional...; Search Snippet: ...November, 2017 Column President's Page Leaders of the Judiciary: Recognizing Women Serving as Florida's Chief Judges Michael J. Higer Copyright © 2017... 2017  
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