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Hannah Haksgaard Rural Women and Developments in the Undue Burden Analysis: the Effect of Whole Woman's Health V. Hellerstedt 65 Drake Law Review 663 (Third Quarter 2017) Rural women face unique challenges in accessing abortions. The undue burden analysis announced in Planned Parenthood of Southeastern Pennsylvania v. Casey is a fact-intensive inquiry into the impact any particular restriction has on women's access to abortion. Twenty-four years after the undue burden test was announced in Casey, the Supreme Court...; Search Snippet: ...Law Review Drake Law Review Third Quarter 2017 Article Rural Women and Developments in the Undue Burden Analysis: the Effect of Whole Woman's Health V. Hellerstedt Hannah Haksgaard [Fna1] Copyright © 2017 by Drake... 2017  
Celesta A. Albonetti Sentencing of Federal Cocaine Trafficking/manufacturing Defendants: Assessing Direct and Conditioning Effects of Defendant's Race/ethnicity and Gender on Length of Imprisonment 21 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice Just. 1 (Winter 2017) I. Introduction. 1 II. Federal Sentencing Guidelines--Legal and Policy Issues. 3 III. Empirical Research on Federal Sentencing Outcomes. 9 IV. Theoretical Perspectives and Federal Sentencing. 12 V. Data and Analytical Procedures. 15 VI. Findings. 24 A. Univariate Descriptive Analyses. 24 B. Multivariate Analyses. 26 C. Race/Ethnicity Interactions....; Search Snippet: ...Assessing Direct and Conditioning Effects of Defendant's Race/ethnicity and Gender on Length of Imprisonment Celesta A. Albonetti [Fna1] Copyright © 2017... 2017  
Sheryl P. Kubiak, Hannah J. Brenner, Deborah Bybee, Rebecca Campbell, Cristy E. Cummings, Kathleen M. Darcy, Gina Fedock, Rachael Goodman-Williams, Michigan State University, California Western School of Law, Michigan State University, University of Chica Sexual Misconduct in Prison: What Factors Affect Whether Incarcerated Women Will Report Abuses Committed by Prison Staff? 41 Law and Human Behavior 361 (August, 2017) More than 80,000 prisoners each year are sexually victimized during incarceration, but only about 8% report victimization to correctional authorities. Complicating reporting is the fact that half of the perpetrators are staff members. Given the restrictive and highly regulated prison environment, studies that examine reporting behaviors are...; Search Snippet: ...2017 Sexual Misconduct in Prison: What Factors Affect Whether Incarcerated Women Will Report Abuses Committed by Prison Staff? [Fna1] Sheryl P... 2017  
Lee Rawles Sisters in Indomitable Spirit 103-AUG ABA Journal 66 (August, 2017) Margaret Brent was an unusual woman for her time. In 17th-century America, she was unmarried, a businessperson, a Catholic and a prominent figure in the Maryland settlement, which she emigrated to from England with two brothers and a sister in 1638. She owned land, grew tobacco and made loans to settlers. Brent appeared in court to argue for...; Search Snippet: ...Spirit Aba Honors Trailblazers with Award Named for the First Female Lawyer in America Lee Rawles Copyright © 2017 by the American... 2017  
Karen Knop, Annelise Riles Space, Time, and Historical Injustice: a Feminist Conflict-of-laws Approach to the "Comfort Women" Agreement 102 Cornell Law Review 853 (May, 2017) After more than twenty years of worldwide feminist activism, transnational litigation, and diplomatic stalemate, on December 28, 2015, Japan and South Korea announced a historic agreement intended to provide closure to the so-called Comfort Women issue--the issue of what Japan must do to atone for the sexual enslavement of up to 200,000 women...; Search Snippet: ...Review May, 2017 Article Space, Time, and Historical Injustice: a Feminist Conflict-of-laws Approach to the Comfort Women Agreement Karen Knop Annelise Riles [Fnd1] Copyright © 2017 by Cornell... 2017  
Laura Marini Davis , Victoria Geyfman The Business of Title Ix--using the Law to Improve Gender Equity in Undergraduate Colleges of Business 46 Journal of Law and Education 163 (Spring, 2017) This article discusses the applicability of Title IX of the Higher Education Act (Title IX) to undergraduate business programs. In recent years, much attention has been given to the dearth of women in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) educational programs and jobs, and the applicability of Title IX, the landmark...; Search Snippet: ...The Business of Title Ix--using the Law to Improve Gender Equity in Undergraduate Colleges of Business Laura Marini Davis [Fna1... 2017  
Brittany A. Campbell The Crisis Inside Crisis Pregnancy Centers: How to Stop These Facilities from Depriving Women of Their Reproductive Freedom 37 Boston College Journal of Law & Social Justice 73 (2017) Since the late 1960s, pro-life activists have been flooding the United States with crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs), facilities disguised as legitimate reproductive health clinics but, in reality, are mostly unlicensed centers that do not provide contraception or abortion services. These facilities deprive women of their reproductive...; Search Snippet: ...Crisis Pregnancy Centers: How to Stop These Facilities from Depriving Women of Their Reproductive Freedom Brittany A. Campbell [Fna1] Copyright © 2017... 2017  
Elizabeth N. Brandt The Crowdfund Act's Impact on Women-owned Businesses' Access to Capital 2017 Columbia Business Law Review 807 (2017) Women-owned businesses make up a significant portion of businesses in the United States and provide one of the most important growth opportunities for the United States' economy today. However, female entrepreneurs face on-going challenges in gaining access to capital through traditional capital-raising mechanisms such as venture capital or bank...; Search Snippet: ...Activists and Corporate Governance Note the Crowdfund Act's Impact on Women-owned Businesses' Access to Capital Elizabeth N. Brandt [Fna1] Copyright... 2017  
Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol The Culture of Gender/the Gender of Culture: Cuban Women, Culture, and Change--the Island and the Diaspora 29 Florida Journal of International Law 179 (2017) I. Introduction. 179 II. The Role of Women in Society. 180 III. A Brief History of Cuba. 184 A. General. 184 B. Cuban Women. 186 IV. Cuban Women After 1959. 188 A. On the Island. 188 B. In the Diaspora. 190 V. Conclusion. 193; Search Snippet: ...International Law 2017 University of Florida Contributor the Culture of Gender/the Gender of Culture: Cuban Women, Culture, and Change--the Island and the Diaspora [Fna1] Berta... 2017  
Margaret Quartararo The Devaluation of Women's Labor and the Internal Revenue Code 16 Seattle Journal for Social Justice 527 (Fall, 2017) In 2015, the labor force participation rate for women with children under age 18 was 69.9 percent. This means that almost 30 percent of women choose an alternative lifestyle, which may likely involve raising children and caring for their homes. Focusing on the development and growth of that component of their lives is a challenging and noble task...; Search Snippet: ...For Social Justice Fall, 2017 Student Scholarship the Devaluation of Women's Labor and the Internal Revenue Code Margaret Quartararo Copyright © 2016... 2017  
Fred L. Borch, Regimental Historian and Archivist The First Female Instructor in International Law and a Pioneer in Judge Advocate Recruiting: Michelle Brown Fladeboe (1948-2016) 2017-JAN Army Lawyer Law. 1 (January, 2017) Michelle B. Fladeboe (neé Brown) was the first female instructor in the International Law Division at The Judge Advocate General's School, U.S. Army (TJAGSA). She was also the face of the Corps in early efforts to recruit more women to be Army lawyers. This is her story. Born Michelle Bright Brown in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, on March 10, 1948, she...; Search Snippet: ...27-50-17-01 Lore of the Corps the First Female Instructor in International Law and a Pioneer in Judge Advocate... 2017  
Moya Bailey The Flexner Report: Standardizing Medical Students Through Region-, Gender-, and Race-based Hierarchies 43 American Journal of Law & Medicine 209 (2017) In 1910, Abraham Flexner, a leading U.S. educational scholar, took on a task issued by the Carnegie Foundation to assess the curricular components of medical schools in the United States and Canada. His groundbreaking report transformed the practice of educating doctors, making institutions more standardized and uniform in their aim to educate the...; Search Snippet: ...2017 Article the Flexner Report: Standardizing Medical Students Through Region-, Gender-, and Race-based Hierarchies Moya Bailey [Fnd1] Copyright © 2017 By... 2017  
Ariane Hegewisch , Emma Williams-Baron The Gender Wage Gap and Work-family Supports: Women's Choices or Policy Choices? 36 Saint Louis University Public Law Review 5 (2017) In the United States, the median wage of women working full-time, year-round is only 80% of men's. Though in past decades the gender gap has closed, since the beginning of the 2000s further progress has stalled. The gender earnings gap is a popular topic of discussion in the media, politics, and academic scholarship. While some focus on...; Search Snippet: ...Review Saint Louis University Public Law Review 2017 Article the Gender Wage Gap and Work-family Supports: Women's Choices or Policy Choices? Ariane Hegewisch [Fna1] Emma Williams-baron... 2017  
Lena Ghamrawi The Law Has Perpetuated Gender Inequality in the Technology Field 21 University of San Francisco Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal 109 (Spring, 2017) Women have historically been excluded from almost all aspects of public life. The separate spheres ideology that dominated the public view of women's roles was reinforced when the Supreme Court issued Bradwell v. Illinois in 1873. The Supreme Court ultimately expressed that women could not enter the legal profession because their primary duty was...; Search Snippet: ...Technology Law Journal Spring, 2017 Article the Law Has Perpetuated Gender Inequality in the Technology Field Lena Ghamrawi [Fna1] Copyright © 2017... 2017  
Michael L. Perlin , Heather Ellis Cucolo Tolling for the Aching Ones Whose Wounds Cannot Be Nursed: the Marginalization of Racial Minorities and Women in Institutional Mental Disability Law 20 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice 431 (Summer, 2017) I. Introduction. 431 II. Race, Gender, and Civil Commitment. 435 III. A Consideration of Institutional Issues. 446 IV. Four Factors. 451 A. Sanism. 451 B. Pretextuality. 452 C. Heuristics. 452 D. False Ordinary Common Sense. 453 E. The Keys to Future Progress. 453 V. Therapeutic Jurisprudence. 454 I. Conclusion. 457; Search Snippet: ...Wounds Cannot Be Nursed: the Marginalization of Racial Minorities and Women in Institutional Mental Disability Law Michael L. Perlin [Fna1] Heather... 2017  
Sally J. Kenney Toward a Feminist Political Theory of Judging: Neither the Nightmare Nor the Noble Dream 17 Nevada Law Journal 549 (Summer, 2017) I am honored to offer some thoughts about feminist judging on the occasion of the publication of The Feminist Judgments Project. It is also an honor to be in the great state of Florence Allen whom, as I have written, but for her intimate partner choice of another woman, might have been our first woman Supreme Court justice. I write as a political...; Search Snippet: ...Law Journal Summer, 2017 Symposium: U.s. Feminist Judgments Toward a Feminist Political Theory of Judging: Neither the Nightmare Nor the Noble... 2017  
Paula A. Monopoli Tracy A. Thomas, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Feminist Foundations of Family Law, New York, Ny: New York University Press, 2016, Pp. 328, $55, Cloth 66 Journal of Legal Education 979 (Summer, 2017) Tracy Thomas's new book, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Feminist Foundations of Family Law, provides extensive support for the claim that Stanton was the intellectual giant of the [women's rights] movement. In this eminently readable yet deeply substantive work, Professor Thomas argues that Stanton was a foundational theorist for modern feminism....; Search Snippet: ...Book Review Tracy A. Thomas, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Feminist Foundations of Family Law, New York, Ny: New York University... 2017  
Nancy Gertner University of Baltimore School of Law Center on Applied Feminism's 9 Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference on Applied Feminism Today: Keynote Speaker Judge Nancy Gertner, Former United States Federal Judge for the United States District Court for the Di 46 University of Baltimore Law Review 191 (Spring, 2017) Below is a transcription of the keynote speech from the University of Baltimore School of Law Center on Applied Feminism's 9 Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference: Applied Feminism Today. Judge Nancy Gertner, former United States Federal Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, gave the keynote speech on March...; Search Snippet: ...Baltimore School of Law Center on Applied Feminism's 9 Th Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference on Applied Feminism Today: Keynote Speaker Judge... 2017  
Linda L. Berger, Bridget J. Crawford, Kathryn M. Stanchi Using Feminist Theory to Advance Equal Justice under Law 17 Nevada Law Journal 539 (Summer, 2017) Progress toward gender justice faces multiple and growing challenges, not only in the United States Supreme Court but at every level of political and cultural debate and decision making. Within this context, feminist theory and methods are more necessary than ever. It is therefore timely and fitting that more than 200 hundred lawyers, judges,...; Search Snippet: ...Nevada Law Journal Summer, 2017 Symposium: U.s. Feminist Judgments Using Feminist Theory to Advance Equal Justice under Law Linda L. Berger... 2017  
Leonore F. Carpenter, R. Barrett Marshall Walking While Trans: Profiling of Transgender Women by Law Enforcement, and the Problem of Proof 24 William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law 5 (Fall, 2017) Introduction I. Why Is Police Profiling of Transgender Women a Serious Problem? A. Transgender Women and Violence B. Police Profiling of Transgender Women--The Anecdotal Evidence II. Proving that Walking While Trans Is a Pervasive Phenomenon III. Why Is Lack of Data a Problem? IV. Potential Solutions to the No-Data Problem Conclusion It is...; Search Snippet: ...Of Police and Protest Walking While Trans: Profiling of Transgender Women by Law Enforcement, and the Problem of Proof Leonore F... 2017  
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