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Emma Mclean-Riggs Locked Together / in this Small Hated Space: Recognizing and Addressing Intimate Partner Violence Between Incarcerated Women 105 California Law Review 1879 (December, 2017) Intimate partner violence between incarcerated women has been largely invisible in legal scholarship and advocacy work. This Note attempts to assess the incidence and quality of intimate partner violence between incarcerated women from the incomplete and occasionally biased available data and then examines potential methods for reducing such...; Search Snippet: ...Hated Space: Recognizing and Addressing Intimate Partner Violence Between Incarcerated Women Emma Mclean-riggs [Fna1] Copyright © 2017 by California Law Review... 2017  
Susan L. Harper, Ferve Ozturk, the Committee on Women in the Law Making Strides: How Women Are Gaining under the Law and in Service to it 89-MAY New York State Bar Journal 8 (May, 2017) We are delighted to welcome you to the first NYSBA Journal devoted to issues impacting women. The Committee on Women in the Law (CWIL) conceived, launched and coordinated this special Journal edition with the outstanding support of the NYSBA's editors and leaders in honor of our 30th anniversary, our steadfast work advancing women's rights and...; Search Snippet: ...New York State Bar Journal May, 2017 Making Strides: How Women Are Gaining under the Law and in Service to It... 2017  
Abigail Perdue Man up or Go Home: Exploring Perceptions of Women in Leadership 100 Marquette Law Review 1233 (Summer, 2017) If you are aggressive, you are a bitch. If you are emotional you are PMSing. If you are soft, you are too feminine. Whatever way someone finds you . it is because you are female. -Yunha Kim, What I Learned in My First Year as a Female Startup CEO I. Introduction. 1234 II. Background. 1235 A. History of VMI. 1235 B. U.S. v. Virginia. 1241 III....; Search Snippet: ...2017 Article Man up or Go Home: Exploring Perceptions of Women in Leadership Abigail Perdue [Fna1] Copyright © 2017 by the Marquette... 2017  
Suzanne A. Kim Mapping Gender and Social Norms in Same-sex and Different-sex Marriage 38 Women's Rights Law Reporter 355 (Spring/Summer, 2017) The recent decision in Obergefell v. Hodges marks an historic change in the legal treatment of same-sex couples. Whether this change in the constitutional law of marriage translates into comprehensive, and robust non-discrimination legal regimes more generally for sexual minorities and gender nonconforming individuals and into widespread support of...; Search Snippet: ...Reporter Women's Rights Law Reporter Spring/summer, 2017 Article Mapping Gender and Social Norms in Same-sex and Different-sex Marriage... 2017  
Katherine E. Leung Microaggressions and Sexual Harassment: How the Severe or Pervasive Standard Fails Women of Color 23 Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights 79 (Fall, 2017) Introduction. 80 Defining Sexual Harassment. 81 The Historical Sexualization of Women of Color. 84 A. Stereotyping of Women of Color as Sexual Objects. 85 B. Pornography and Its Perpetuation of Stereotypes Historically Applied to Women of Color. 88 IV. Intersectionality and the Sexual Harassment of Women of Color. 91 A. Comparing Standards for...; Search Snippet: ...And Sexual Harassment: How the Severe or Pervasive Standard Fails Women of Color Katherine E. Leung [Fna1] Copyright © 2018 by Texas... 2017  
Katilyn Hollowell Mind the Gap: Bridging Gender Wage Inequality in Louisiana 77 Louisiana Law Review 833 (Spring, 2017) The public policy of Louisiana is that a woman who performs public service for the state is entitled to be paid the same compensation for her services as is paid to a man who performs the same kind, grade, and quality of service, and a distinction in compensation may not be made because of sex. Strikingly, Louisiana women who are not in public...; Search Snippet: ...Louisiana Law Review Spring, 2017 Comment Mind the Gap: Bridging Gender Wage Inequality in Louisiana Katilyn Hollowell [Fna1] Copyright © 2017 By... 2017  
Chris Chambers Goodman Nevertheless She Persisted: from Mrs. Bradwell to Annalise Keating, Gender Bias in the Courtroom 24 William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law 167 (Fall, 2017) Introduction I. Background A. Bias, Stereotypes, and Schemas B. Stereotypes About Women Applied in the Law C. How the Media Evidences, Influences, and Exacerbates Gender Bias II. The Impacts of Gender Stereotypes and Bias in the Law A. Stereotypical Female Speech B. Do Looks Matter? C. The Role and Toll of Emotions III. Reducing the Impacts of...; Search Snippet: ...Protest Nevertheless She Persisted: from Mrs. Bradwell to Annalise Keating, Gender Bias in the Courtroom Chris Chambers Goodman [Fna1] Copyright © 2017... 2017  
Christina Ho, Moderator, Julie Rikelman, Esq., Kimberly Mutcherson, Lisa Ikemoto, Sabrina Safrin, Rubab Qureshi Panel Five: Women's Reproductive Rights and Health: Beijing+20 38 Women's Rights Law Reporter 304 (Spring/Summer, 2017) So I want to welcome you to our last panel of the day, and this is on reproductive rights and health, and our moderator is my colleague, Professor Christina Ho. Well thank you everyone for joining us today, and I'm so thrilled about the panel we have here. We have an embarrassment of riches as far as sharing of a broad spectrum of perspectives, and...; Search Snippet: ...Reporter Women's Rights Law Reporter Spring/summer, 2017 Panel Five: Women's Reproductive Rights and Health: Beijing+20 Professor Christina Ho Moderator... 2017  
Elise Boddie, Moderator, Chancellor Phoebe Haddon, Mary Beth Hogan, Esq., Commissioner Charlotte Burrows, Dina Bakst, Esq., Emily Martin, Esq. Panel Four: Women and the Economy: Beijing+20 38 Women's Rights Law Reporter 280 (Spring/Summer, 2017) I am pleased to introduce my colleague, Elise Boddie, who will be the moderator of this panel. Hello everyone, good afternoon, I know this is the middle of the afternoon and you probably need to do that seventh inning stretch or something but we have been instructed that we need to move things along. I am delighted to be here and to moderate this...; Search Snippet: ...Reporter Women's Rights Law Reporter Spring/summer, 2017 Panel Four: Women and the Economy: Beijing+20 Professor Elise Boddie Moderator Chancellor... 2017  
Ann Freedman, moderator, Ruby White Starr, Fraidy Reiss, Lisalyn R. Jacobs, Esq. Panel Two: Violence Against Women: Beijing+20 38 Women's Rights Law Reporter 236 (Spring/Summer, 2017) Okay folks, if you could have a seat. We are going to start our next panel. Our next panel is about violence. I'm pleased to introduce my colleague, Professor Ann Freedman, who will be moderating this panel. Hi folks. As with the other panels, I'm going to direct you to the biographies in the program to learn about our speakers. I also have the sad...; Search Snippet: ...Rights Law Reporter Spring/summer, 2017 Panel Two: Violence Against Women: Beijing+20 Professor Ann Freedman Moderator Ruby White Starr Fraidy... 2017  
Susan Ayres Paternity Un(certainty): How the Law Surrounding Paternity Challenges Negatively Impacts Family Relationships and Women's Sexuality 20 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice 237 (Spring, 2017) It is popularly believed that false paternity rates are 10-30%, and that thousands of unsuspecting men are supporting children who are not theirs. These reported rates of false paternity have become urban legend, demonizing women as over-sexualized partners who shouldn't be trusted. This in turn has influenced laws regarding paternity, which have...; Search Snippet: ...The Law Surrounding Paternity Challenges Negatively Impacts Family Relationships and Women's Sexuality Susan Ayres [Fna1] Copyright © 2017 by Journal of Gender... 2017  
Felice Batlan Politics and Mythology in the Early Women's Rights Movement 52 Tulsa Law Review 405 (Spring, 2017) Lisa Tetrault, The Myth of Seneca Falls: Memory and The Women's Suffrage Movement, 1848-1898 (University of North Carolina Press 2014) Pp. 296. Hardcover $34.95. Paperback $27.95. I know now the personal heartbreak and pain of losing an election. I first drafted this review while the 2016 Democratic Convention played in the background. My first...; Search Snippet: ...Spring, 2017 Book Review Politics and Mythology in the Early Women's Rights Movement Felice Batlan [Fna1] Copyright © 2017 by the University... 2017  
Taunya Lovell Banks President Obama and the Supremes: Obama's Legacy--the Rise of Women's Voices on the Court 65 Drake Law Review 911 (Fourth Quarter 2017) For approximately 200 years, all of the United States Supreme Court Justices were male. Now there are three women on the Court, two appointed during the Administration of President Barack Obama. With the appointment of Justices Sotomayor and Kagan to the Court, women's voices literally are more prominent, especially during oral argument. This...; Search Snippet: ...President Obama and the Supremes: Obama's Legacy--the Rise of Women's Voices on the Court Taunya Lovell Banks [Fna1] Copyright © 2017... 2017  
Jen Manion Prisons Prior to Mass Incarceration: the Ideological Foundations of Women's Dependency 39 Western New England Law Review 371 (2017) This article examines punishment from a long time ago--over 200 years. Some of it might sound strange to our contemporary sensibilities, but much of it will sound very familiar, perhaps eerily so. Knowledge of this history is crucial for those dedicated to structural transformation of today's criminal injustice system. Mass incarceration--which...; Search Snippet: ...Article Prisons Prior to Mass Incarceration: the Ideological Foundations of Women's Dependency Jen Manion [Fna1] Copyright © 2017 by Western New England... 2017  
Emily Chertoff Prosecuting Gender-based Persecution: the Islamic State at the Icc 126 Yale Law Journal 1050 (February, 2017) Reports suggest that Islamic State, the terrorist caliphate, has enslaved and brutalized thousands of women from the Yazidi ethnic minority of Syria and Northern Iraq. International criminal law has a name for what Islamic State has done to these women: gender-based persecution. This crime, which appears in the Rome Statute of the International...; Search Snippet: ...Yale Law Journal Yale Law Journal February, 2017 Note Prosecuting Gender-based Persecution: the Islamic State at the Icc Emily Chertoff... 2017  
Michael P. Fix , Gbemende E. Johnson Public Perceptions of Gender Bias in the Decisions of Female State Court Judges 70 Vanderbilt Law Review 1845 (November, 2017) How are women on the bench, and their decisions, perceived by the public? Many scholars find that gender influences the voting behavior of judges and the assessment of judges by state judicial systems and the American Bar Association. However, few scholars have examined how judge gender affects the way in which the public responds to judicial...; Search Snippet: ...Demands and Challenges of the State Judiciary Public Perceptions of Gender Bias in the Decisions of Female State Court Judges Michael P. Fix [Fna1] Gbemende E. Johnson... 2017  
Zsea Bowmani Queer Refuge: the Impacts of Homoantagonism and Racism in U.s. Asylum Law 18 Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law L. 1 (Spring, 2017) Introduction. 2 I. Institutionalized Discrimination in Immigration and Asylum Law. 4 A. Sexual and Racial Exclusions in U.S. Immigration Law. 5 1. Discrimination Against LGBTQ Immigrants. 7 2. Racial Exclusions. 11 B. U.S. and International Asylum Law: Ill-Fit for LGBTQ People. 14 1. The Quintessential Refugee is Not Queer. 15 2. The Process of...; Search Snippet: ...Homosexual or Perceived to Be (Because of the Conflation of Gender Identity with Sexual Orientation), Which Is Lost in the More... 2017  
Margaret F. Brinig Racial and Gender Justice in the Child Welfare and Child Support Systems 35 Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice 199 (Summer, 2017) Academics have studied married and divorcing couples for many years. It is relatively easy to do so, because marriage and divorce records are, for the most part, public and because many separating married couples consult mental health and legal professionals. Intact or separating unmarried couples, a growing segment of the U.S. (and world)...; Search Snippet: ...Coercion, Class, and Paternal Participation | Nov. 17, 2016 Racial and Gender Justice in the Child Welfare and Child Support Systems Margaret... 2017  
Mathilde Cohen Regulating Milk: Women and Cows in France and the United States 65 American Journal of Comparative Law 469 (Fall, 2017) Animal milk, most commonly cow's milk, is one of the most heavily regulated commodities in both France and the United States. With the increasing popularity of breastfeeding and the possibility of pumping, freezing, and storing breast milk, a cottage industry has emerged for people wishing to buy, sell, or donate milk produced by humans. Yet the...; Search Snippet: ...American Journal of Comparative Law Fall, 2017 Article Regulating Milk: Women and Cows in France and the United States [Fnd1] Mathilde... 2017  
Brooke D. Coleman , Elizabeth G. Porter Reinvigorating Commonality: Gender and Class Actions 92 New York University Law Review 895 (October, 2017) Introduction. 895 I. The Waves of Feminism & Class Actions. 899 A. Waves of Feminism. 899 B. Parallels in Class Action Doctrine. 905 Conclusion. 915; Search Snippet: ...New York University Law Review October, 2017 Conference Reinvigorating Commonality: Gender and Class Actions Brooke D. Coleman [Fnd1] Elizabeth G. Porter... 2017  
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