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Deborah Epstein Discounting Credibility: Doubting the Stories of Women Survivors of Sexual Harassment 51 Seton Hall Law Review 289 (2020) For decades, federal and state laws have prohibited sexual harassment on the job; despite this fact, extraordinarily high rates of gender-based workplace harassment still permeate virtually every sector of the American workforce. Public awareness of the seriousness and scope of the problem increased astronomically in the wake of the #MeToo...; Search Snippet: ...Law Review 2020 Article Discounting Credibility: Doubting the Stories of Women Survivors of Sexual Harassment Deborah Epstein [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 By... 2020  
Kruthika N. S. Esports and its Reinforcement of Gender Divides 30 Marquette Sports Law Review 347 (Spring, 2020) Electronic sport has emerged from 1980s' video-game culture to what we see today: international leagues, campaigns for inclusion in the Olympics, and a projected billion-dollar industry. Also referred to as eSports or competitive gaming, it is often portrayed as an antithesis to conventional or real sport (traditional sport) due to its...; Search Snippet: ...Law Review Spring, 2020 Essay Esports and its Reinforcement of Gender Divides Kruthika N. S. [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by Marquette University... 2020  
Barbara Berenson Excerpt from "Massachusetts in the Woman Suffrage Movement: Revolutionary Reformers" 42 Western New England Law Review 359 (2020) In Massachusetts in the Woman Suffrage Movement: Revolutionary Reformers, I tell the story of the courageous and visionary activists who fought tenaciously for nearly a century to secure women the vote. The book balances the national and state stories. Massachusetts played a critical leadership role in the national campaign: among other things, it...; Search Snippet: ...England Law Review 2020 Article Excerpt from Massachusetts in the Woman Suffrage Movement: Revolutionary Reformers Barbara Berenson [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 By... 2020  
Lindsey Linder Expanding the Definition of Dignity: the Case for Broad Criminal Justice Reform That Accounts for Gender Disparities 58 University of Louisville Law Review 435 (Summer, 2020) This Article examines the national Dignity movement, which seeks to address the unique needs of women impacted by the criminal justice system, and urges reformers to continue expanding the definition of Dignity reform to include issues that disproportionately impact women--those driving women into incarceration at higher rates and those keeping...; Search Snippet: ...The Case for Broad Criminal Justice Reform That Accounts for Gender Disparities Lindsey Linder [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by University of Louisville... 2020  
Ann C. McGinley , Nicole Buonocore Porter , Danielle Weatherby , Ryan H. Nelson , Pamela Wilkins , Catherine Jean Archibald Feminist Perspectives on Bostock V. Clayton County 53 Connecticut Law Review Online 1 (December, 2020) This jointly-authored essay is a conversation about the Supreme Court's recent and groundbreaking decision (Bostock v. Clayton County) that held that discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity is discrimination based on sex, and therefore prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. While many scholars are writing...; Search Snippet: ...Law Review Online Connecticut Law Review Online December, 2020 Article Feminist Perspectives on Bostock V. Clayton County Ann C. Mcginley [Fna1... 2020  
Bandana Purkayastha From Suffrage to Substantive Human Rights: the Continuing Journey for Racially Marginalized Women 42 Western New England Law Review 419 (2020) This Article highlights racially marginalized women's struggles to substantively access rights. Suffrage was meant to acquire political rights for women, and through that mechanism, move towards greater equality between women and men in the public and private spheres. Yet, racial minority women, working class and immigrant women, among others,...; Search Snippet: ...To Substantive Human Rights: the Continuing Journey for Racially Marginalized Women Bandana Purkayastha [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by Western New England Law... 2020  
Kimberly Jade Norwood Gender Bias as the Norm in the Legal Profession: It's Still a [White] Man's Game 62 Washington University Journal of Law & Policy 25 (2020) This volume, born in the spirit of commemoration, celebrates 150 years of women at Washington University School of Law. I am honored to be a part of an institution that has facilitated the entry of women into the legal profession since 1869. That year, not one but two women--Phoebe Couzins and Lemma Barkeloo--were admitted to Washington University...; Search Snippet: ...Law & Policy 2020 Celebrating 150 Year of Women at Washulaw Gender Bias as the Norm in the Legal Profession: It's Still... 2020  
Helen M. Alvaré Gender Mistrust as a Public Health Crisis: a Preliminary Proposal 108 Georgetown Law Journal 1401 (May, 2020) C1-3Table of Contents L1-2Introduction . L31401 I. Impaired Relations and Negative Stereotypes as a Public Health Crisis?. 1403 a. what makes a public health crisis?. 1403 b. impaired relations as a public health crisis: gun violence, racism, and opioid addiction. 1405 II. Gender Mistrust Has the Characteristics of a Public Health Crisis. 1408 a....; Search Snippet: ...Journal May, 2020 Symposium: Law and the Nation's Health Article Gender Mistrust as a Public Health Crisis: a Preliminary Proposal Helen... 2020  
Daniela M. Donoso Heavy Purse: a Law Student's Reflection on the Cjs Women in Criminal Justice Task Force's Nyc Listening Session 35-SPG Criminal Justice 43 (Spring, 2020) If my Tia sees me tagged in anything important on Facebook, she shares it in the 43-membered Donoso Family WhatsApp group chat. And that is exactly what happened when Florida State University College of Law posted about me being the only law student invited to join the ABA Criminal Justice Section Women in Criminal Justice Task Force. Immediately I...; Search Snippet: ...Justice Heavy Purse: a Law Student's Reflection on the Cjs Women in Criminal Justice Task Force's Nyc Listening Session Daniela M... 2020  
Alexandra Aparicio Her Alone: Feminist Perspectives on the Future of Spousal Privileges 7/6/2020 University of Chicago Law Review Online 1 (7/6/2020) On August 30, 2019, the New Mexico Supreme Court prospectively abolished the state's spousal communications privilege. The privilege had previously granted defendants and witnesses a privilege to refuse to disclose, or to prevent another from disclosing, a confidential communication by the person to that person's spouse while they were married....; Search Snippet: ...Of Chicago Law Review Online July 6, 2020 Her Alone: Feminist Perspectives on the Future of Spousal Privileges Alexandra Aparicio [Fna1... 2020  
Nicole P. Dyszlewski History of the First Women Project 25 Roger Williams University Law Review 307 (Summer, 2020) It would be fair to say that the First Women project had its origins in several places. First, it could rightly be said that this project's origin was the very admission of Ada L. Sawyer to the Rhode Island Bar Association. On November 10, 1920, Sawyer's certificate to the bar made her the first female member admitted in Rhode Island. It could also...; Search Snippet: ...First Women Lawyers in Rhode Island History of the First Women Project Nicole P. Dyszlewski [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by Roger Williams... 2020  
Brittany Wiegand Like Mean Girls, but Everyone Is Eighty: a Solution for Elder Bullying 27 Elder Law Journal 379 (2020) Bullying has long been an adolescent issue. With the elderly population ever-growing, however, so too does the incidence of elder bullying. Bullying behaviors often occur in small group settings with members who interact regularly, such as in schools. Senior living communities also fit this description. Bullies in senior communities may engage in...; Search Snippet: ...Elder Law Journal Elder Law Journal 2020 Note like Mean Girls , but Everyone Is Eighty: a Solution for Elder Bullying Brittany... 2020  
Marta-Ann Schnabel, Hon. Elizabeth Erny Foote, Kim M. Boyle, Dona Kay Renegar Lsba's Women Presidents: Perspectives on Leadership, the Legal Profession and the 19th Amendment 68 Louisiana Bar Journal 94 (August/September, 2020) When Alainna R. Mire was sworn in as the 80th president of the Louisiana State Bar Association (LSBA) in June, she became the fifth Louisiana woman attorney to serve in this leadership role. In this year, as the nation celebrates the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (Aug. 18, 1920)-- guaranteeing...; Search Snippet: ...Bar Journal Louisiana Bar Journal August/september, 2020 Feature Lsba's Women Presidents: Perspectives on Leadership, the Legal Profession and the 19th... 2020  
Brittany L. Raposa Maintaining Power over the Ballot Box and Our Bodies: the Nineteenth Amendment's Impact on Women's Rights and Access to Reproductive Healthcare 23 Chapman Law Review 495 (Spring, 2020) I. Introduction. 495 II. Women's Reproductive Healthcare Prior to the Nineteenth Amendment. 498 A. Women and Family Planning. 498 B. The Birth of the Birth Control Movement. 501 III. The Nineteenth Amendment's Impact on Women's Reproductive Rights. 503 A. Changing the Societal Landscape. 503 B. The Reproductive Rights Wave After Suffrage. 505 IV. A...; Search Snippet: ...Ballot Box and Our Bodies: the Nineteenth Amendment's Impact on Women's Rights and Access to Reproductive Healthcare Brittany L. Raposa [Fna1... 2020  
Trina Jones , Emma E. Wade Me Too? Race, Gender, and Ending Workplace Sexual Harassment 27 Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 203 (2019-2020) On October 5, 2017, the New York Times published an exposé that propelled the nation into what has become known as the Me Too era. The exposé detailed nearly three decades of predatory behavior by Harvey Weinstein, one of Hollywood's most influential producers, toward actresses, aspiring actresses, and female employees of the Weinstein Company....; Search Snippet: ...Of Gender Law & Policy 2019-2020 Article Me Too? Race, Gender, and Ending Workplace Sexual Harassment Trina Jones [Fna1] Emma E... 2020  
Kathleen Balthrop Havener One Hundred Years of Women's Suffrage: Mission Accomplished? 37 No. 4 GPSolo GPSolo 9 (July/August, 2020) I long to hear that you have declared [independence]--and by the way in the new Code of Laws which I suppose it will be necessary for you to make I desire you would Remember the Ladies, and be more generous and favourable to them than your ancestors. Do not put such unlimited power into the hands of the Husbands. Remember all Men would be tyrants...; Search Snippet: ...Gpsolo Gpsolo July/august, 2020 Feature One Hundred Years of Women's Suffrage: Mission Accomplished? Kathleen Balthrop Havener [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 By... 2020  
Stephanie Francis Ward Pay Check 106-NOV ABA Journal 54 (October/November, 2020) Linda Mullenix has 39 years of experience teaching law school. She's published more than 80 law review articles and has written or co-written 22 books. She's also an elected member of the American Law Institute and a fellow of the American Bar Foundation. She says her average student evaluation from 2017-2019 was 4.75, the second-highest rating in...; Search Snippet: ...October/november, 2020 Inside Pay Check a Recent Spate of Gender Discrimination and Equal Pay Lawsuits Filed by Female Law Professors Has Shined a Light on the Otherwise Opaque... 2020  
Samantha Lalisan Policing the Wombs of the World's Women: the Mexico City Policy 95 Indiana Law Journal 977 (Summer, 2020) We refuse to sign a law that is anti-democratic, a law that undermines national sovereignty, limits the right of free speech and the ability of our providers to provide the best care to all . [W]e refuse to sign a law that plays with women's lives Historically, the United States has used foreign aid to facilitate stability abroad, encourage change...; Search Snippet: ...Journal Summer, 2020 Comment Policing the Wombs of the World's Women: the Mexico City Policy Samantha Lalisan [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 By... 2020  
Amy C. Madl , Lisa Larrimore Ouellette Policy Experiments to Address Gender Inequality among Innovators 57 Houston Law Review 813 (Symposium, 2020) In the twenty-fourth annual Frankel Lecture, Professor Orly Lobel set forth an intriguing hypothesis: that noncompete agreements, nondisclosure agreements, and other legal restrictions on employee exit and voice exacerbate the innovation gender gap. The unequal participation of women in science, technology, and innovation is an issue of increasing...; Search Snippet: ...Twenty-fourth Annual Frankel Lecture Commentary Policy Experiments to Address Gender Inequality among Innovators Amy C. Madl [Fna1] Lisa Larrimore Ouellette... 2020  
Abigail C. Saguy , Juliet A. Williams , Mallory Rees Reassessing Gender Neutrality 54 Law and Society Review 7 (March, 2020) Since the 1970s, advocates have used the term gender neutral to press for legal change in contexts ranging from employment discrimination to marriage equality to public restroom access. Drawing on analyses of all Supreme Court cases, federal courts of appeals cases, and Supreme Court amicus briefs in which the terms gender neutral/neutrality, sex...; Search Snippet: ...Society Review Law and Society Review March, 2020 Article Reassessing Gender Neutrality [Fna1] Abigail C. Saguy [Fna2] Juliet A. Williams [Fna3... 2020  
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