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Patricia Brown Holmes Regulating Gender Composition in Corporate America 37 No. 2 GPSolo 29 (March/April, 2020) All-male boards of directors in America's top corporations are becoming a thing of the past. Still, women continue to be unrepresented among America's corporate leadership. Some states are enacting laws to try to change that. In 2018, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 826, which requires that by the end of 2019, public...; Search Snippet: ...2020 Wl 2733654 Gpsolo Gpsolo March/april, 2020 Feature Regulating Gender Composition in Corporate America Patricia Brown Holmes [Fna1] Copyright © 2020... 2020  
Nadia B. Ahmad Re-reading Anita Bernstein's the Common Law Inside the Female Body from the Bottom of the Well: Analysis of the Central Park Five, Border Drownings, the Kavanaugh Confirmation, and the Coronavirus 61 Boston College Law Review E-Supplement I.-69 (5/14/2020) This Article provides a critique of the common law based on its impact on the legal other or what the late Professor Derrick Bell viewed as the faces from the bottom of the well. Professor Anita Bernstein notes common law's liberatory capacity. While this interpretation of the common law is true to a certain extent, this reading can...; Search Snippet: ...Article Re-reading Anita Bernstein's the Common Law Inside the Female Body from the Bottom of the Well: Analysis of The... 2020  
Robert O. Saunooke Running for Missing and Murdered Native Women 59 No. 2 Judges' Journal 22 (Spring, 2020) Currently there are over 4,000 murdered and missing indigenous women in the United States and Canada that no one is looking for or trying to find. Two indigenous women, Rosalie Fish and Jordan Marie Daniel, are running--physically running--for their people to draw attention to a tragedy that has, for the most part, been overlooked and ignored....; Search Snippet: ...Spring, 2020 Feature Waymaker Running for Missing and Murdered Native Women Expansion of Tribal Court Criminal Jurisdiction Robert O. Saunooke Copyright... 2020  
Katherine Mobilia Salvation for the Women of El Salvador: Recognizing a Violation of International Human Rights for the Sake of Ending Femicide 43 Fordham International Law Journal 1329 (May, 2020) I. INTRODUCTION. 1331 II. THE LANDSCAPE OF EL SALVADOR WITH REGARD TO THE FEMICIDE EPIDEMIC. 1334 A. The Societal Dynamics of El Salvador: Machismo Culture as a Driving Force for Femicide. 1334 B. El Salvador's State Laws. 1339 1. El Salvador's Penal Code. 1339 2. El Salvador's Intra-Familial Law. 1340 3. El Salvador's Law of Equality. 1341 4. El...; Search Snippet: ...Judicial Power and Us Foreign Affairs Note Salvation for the Women of El Salvador: Recognizing a Violation of International Human Rights... 2020  
Christine Reed Scaling New Heights: Trailblazers, Trendsetters and Triumphs 43-AUG Wyoming Lawyer 30 (August, 2020) Wyoming has a rich tradition of strong women. Dubbed the Equality State, it is a label not to be taken lightly. In 1869, Wyoming territory granted women the right to vote decades before any other state followed suit. This groundbreaking action started a significant trend of firsts for Wyoming women. Wyoming boasts the nation's first female...; Search Snippet: ...August, 2020 Feature Scaling New Heights: Trailblazers, Trendsetters and Triumphs Female Leaders in Uw College of Law History Christine Reed [Fna1... 2020  
Felice Batlan She Was Surprised and Furious: Expatriation, Suffrage, Immigration, and the Fragility of Women's Citizenship, 1907-1940 15 Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties 315 (June, 2020) Introduction. 315 I. Coverture, Expatriation, and Women's Citizenship. 317 A. Coverture and Citizenship. 317 B. The Expatriation Act of 1907 and the Loss of Women's Citizenship. 319 C. Myth Making and Women's Expatriation of Citizenship in the U.S. Supreme Court. 321 D. Women's Suffrage, the Cable Act, and the Partial End of Derivative Citizenship....; Search Snippet: ...Surprised and Furious: Expatriation, Suffrage, Immigration, and the Fragility of Women's Citizenship, 1907-1940 Felice Batlan [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by Board... 2020  
Jessica M. Salerno, Justin Sanchez , Arizona State University Subjective Interpretation of "Objective" Video Evidence: Perceptions of Male Versus Female Police Officers' Use-of-force 44 Law and Human Behavior 97 (April, 2020) Objective: The police face great scrutiny after highly publicized instances of lethal force. Dash-camera footage ostensibly provides objective evidence of whether the force was excessive. We tested whether participants interpreted the same objective video of an officer exerting force differently based on the officer's gender and race....; Search Snippet: ...Subjective Interpretation of Objective Video Evidence: Perceptions of Male Versus Female Police Officers' Use-of-force [Fnd1] Jessica M. Salerno Justin... 2020  
Abby Harrington Tanks and Rubber Bullets Vs. Pussy Hats and High-fives: a Comparative Look at the 2014 Ferguson Uprising and the 2017 Women's March on Washington 31 Hastings Women's Law Journal 101 (Winter, 2020) A picture is worth a thousand words. Throughout the beginning of the twenty-first century, the prevalence of cell phones has increased the ability of many to snap a picture. These images are then distributed through social media platforms and shared across cities, states, and beyond. After the police shooting of Michael Brown in 2014, images from...; Search Snippet: ...Comparative Look at the 2014 Ferguson Uprising and the 2017 Women's March on Washington Abby Harrington Copyright © 2020 by Uc Hastings... 2020  
Catherine Powell , Camille Gear Rich The "Welfare Queen" Goes to the Polls: Race-based Fractures in Gender Politics and Opportunities for Intersectional Coalitions 19th Georgetown Law Journal 105 (June, 2020) C1-2Table of Contents Introduction. 108 I. The Welfare Queen Goes to the Polls. 115 A. ORIGINS OF THE WELFARE QUEEN. 115 B. THE WELFARE QUEEN AT THE POLLS. 121 C. DISCURSIVE GOALS: THE WELFARE QUEEN AS A THREAT TO AMERICAN DEMOCRACY. 125 1. The Right to Vote as a Scarce Resource. 126 2. Individual Malfeasance Versus Institutional Wrongdoing. 127 3....; Search Snippet: ...Welfare Queen Goes to the Polls: Race-based Fractures in Gender Politics and Opportunities for Intersectional Coalitions Catherine Powell [Fna1] Camille... 2020  
Bridget J. Crawford The Common Law as a Force for Women 61 Boston College Law Review E-Supplement I.-63 (5/14/2020) This essay introduces a collection of Symposium Essays examining Anita Bernstein's book, The Common Law Inside the Female Body (Cambridge University Press, 2019). Professor Bernstein explores the common law's recognition of both rights and liberties, highlighting in particular negative liberties such as the right to be left undisturbed....; Search Snippet: ...2020 Symposium Article the Common Law as a Force for Women Bridget J. Crawford [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by Bridget J. Crawford... 2020  
Cynthia Thomas The Cycle of Women in the Criminal Justice System 37 No. 4 GPSolo 14 (July/August, 2020) The year 2020 marks the centennial of women's suffrage. As we celebrate this 100th anniversary guaranteeing and protecting women's constitutional right to vote, let's take this opportunity to look at women in the criminal justice system, where, sadly to say, women's prisons are not treated equally. According to the Prison Policy Initiative, there...; Search Snippet: ...5758852 Gpsolo Gpsolo July/august, 2020 Feature the Cycle of Women in the Criminal Justice System Cynthia Thomas [Fna1] Copyright © 2020... 2020  
Caroline Bettinger-Lopez, Jamila Flomo, Amanda Suarez The Effects of Anti-immigrant Laws in the U.s. on Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Human Trafficking: a Gender-based Human Rights Analysis 23 Harvard Latinx Law Review 17 (Spring, 2020) I. Introduction. 18 II. SB 168 Harms Immigrants and Immigrant Communities. 21 A. Recent Research and Data Reveal High Mistrust of the Police Amongst Immigrants When Local Law Enforcement Engages in Federal Immigration Enforcement. 23 B. Anti-Immigrant Laws Drain Resources and Divert Workstreams of Nonprofit Organizations Serving Victims. 26 C. SB...; Search Snippet: ...Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Human Trafficking: a Gender-based Human Rights Analysis Caroline Bettinger-lopez Jamila Flomo Amanda... 2020  
Sunitha Malepati The Future (Public Company Boardroom) Is Female: from California Sb 826 to a Gender Diversity Listing Standard 28 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy and the Law 493 (2020) I. Introduction. 493 II. Regulation of Corporate Governance. 504 A. U.S. Exchange-Established Listing Standards. 507 B. Norms. 514 III. The Business Case Against Homogeneity. 518 IV. Stalled Progress: Why Voluntary Diversity Efforts Have Failed. 522 A. Low Board Turnover & Overemphasis on Prior Board Experience. 522 B. Unconscious Gender Bias. 524...; Search Snippet: ...The Law 2020 Article the Future (Public Company Boardroom) Is Female: from California Sb 826 to a Gender Diversity Listing Standard Sunitha Malepati [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by The... 2020  
Kingsly Alec McConnell The Liberty Impact of Gender 95 Washington Law Review 459 (March, 2020) Can the federal government unilaterally change your gender? In October of 2018, the New York Times revealed that the Trump Administration's Department of Health and Human Services was considering a new federal definition of gender. The policy would redefine gender as a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth....; Search Snippet: ...Washington Law Review March, 2020 Comment the Liberty Impact of Gender Kingsly Alec Mcconnell [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by Washington Law Review... 2020  
Timothy Vercellotti The Long Road to Power for Women in Politics 42 Western New England Law Review 439 (2020) A century after women won the right to vote they remain significantly under-represented in federal and state elected office in the United States. Why do women, who comprise more than half of the population in the United States, still fall far short of that proportion in Congress and in state governorships? Political science research suggests there...; Search Snippet: ...Law Review 2020 Article the Long Road to Power for Women in Politics Timothy Vercellotti [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by Western New... 2020  
Diana C. Nicholls Mutter The Morals of the Women on Boards Story: Global Board Gender Diversity Efforts Still Need Fairness-based Arguments to Move Regulation to the next Chapter 53 International Lawyer 235 (2020) Canada and the United States have some of the lowest rates of female participation on public boards among nations that have introduced regulation aimed at addressing the underrepresentation of women on boards. The impact of increasing board diversity (and, by extension, legislation or regulation aimed at increasing board gender diversity) depends...; Search Snippet: ...International Lawyer International Lawyer 2020 Article the Morals of the Women on Boards Story: Global Board Gender Diversity Efforts Still Need Fairness-based Arguments to Move Regulation... 2020  
Michelle A. Philo The Nineteenth Amendment: an Annotated History of the Journey for Women's Suffrage 62-AUG Orange County Lawyer 26 (August, 2020) August of 2020 is notably recognized as the centennial of the women's right to vote. The reality is that many women, primarily women of color, were not able to vote until the mid-1960s. While the federal amendment allowed for women's suffrage, many state constitutions still prohibited women from voting and provided hurdles or restrictions on women...; Search Snippet: ...The Nineteenth Amendment: an Annotated History of the Journey for Women's Suffrage Michelle A. Philo [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 by Orange County... 2020  
Virginia Sapiro The Power and Fragility of Social Movement Coalitions: the Woman Suffrage Movement to 1870 100 Boston University Law Review 1557 (October, 2020) C1-2Contents Introduction. 1558 I. Social Movement Theory and Research. 1560 II. The Nineteenth-Century Context for Movements for Enfranchisement. 1565 A. Federalism. 1566 B. The History of Enfranchisement. 1568 C. Women's Rights and Women's Status in the Nineteenth Century. 1570 D. The Ambiguous Language of Gender and Race Inclusion and Exclusion....; Search Snippet: ...Rights the Power and Fragility of Social Movement Coalitions: the Woman Suffrage Movement to 1870 Virginia Sapiro [Fna1] Copyright © 2020 By... 2020  
Mary-Margaret Anderson (Ret.) The Woman's Hour: the Great Fight to Win the Vote by Elaine Weiss 59 No. 3 Judges' Journal 32 (Summer, 2020) When I attended law school in the mid-1970s, it was still a very unusual path for a woman to take. And for several years after graduation, I was reminded of that fact often. Some 40 years later, much has changed for women, especially for the lucky ones admitted to the professions, and yet so much has not. Perhaps shielded by my status as a lawyer,...; Search Snippet: ...Journal Judges' Journal Summer, 2020 Standing Column Book Review the Woman's Hour: the Great Fight to Win the Vote by Elaine... 2020  
Reshma Kamath Three Steps Forward, Two Back: Shuffling of Women from 1920 Suffragists to 2019 as the "Year of Men." 23 Chapman Law Review 411 (Spring, 2020) I. Introduction. 412 II. 2019 as the Year of Men. 414 III. Women's Rights Movement: A Historical Review. 416 IV. Different Domains for Women's Abuse and Rights. 418 A. Church. 418 B. Military. 422 1. Advances for Women in Military. 427 C. Prison. 428 1. Abuse in Prisons and Its Effects. 429 2. Women's Abuse Impacting Mental Health. 431 D....; Search Snippet: ...The 19th Amendment Three Steps Forward, Two Back: Shuffling of Women from 1920 Suffragists to 2019 as the Year of Men... 2020  
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