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Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice

491 Simon Hall
Boalt Hall School of Law
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720

510-642-6263

bwlj@socrates.berkeley.edu

PAST ISSUES

Volume 1, 2, 3, 4.1, 4.2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22

Volume 1, 1985

Articles

  • Equality and Difference: The Case of Pregnancy
  • Portia in a Different Voice: Speculations on a Women's Lawyering Process
  • To Question Everything: The Inquiries of Feminist Jurisprudence
  • Comparable Worth in the Wake of AFSCME v. State of Washington
  • Evidentiary Issues in Sexual Harassment Litigation
  • Family Law in a Brave New World: Private Ordering of Parental Rights and Responsibilities for Donor Insemination
  • Mandatory Custody Mediation and Joint Custody Orders in California: The Danger for Victims of Domestic Violence
  • Separate But Unequal Educational Sports Programs: The Need for a New Theory of Equality

Volume 2, 1986

Articles

  • Joint Custody, Feminism and the Dependency Dilemma
  • Married Women's Property and Inheritance by Widows in Massachusetts: A Study of Wills Probated Between 1800 and 1850
  • Employer-Provided Child Care Under Title VII: Toward an Employer's Duty to Accommodate Child Care Responsibilities of Employees
  • A Social and Legal Analysis of the Independent Practice of Midwifery: Vicarious Liability of the Collaborating Physician and Judicial Means of Addressing Denial of Hospital Privileges
    Book Reviews
  • Fighting Back: Lesbian and Gay Draft, Military, and Veterans Issues
  • The Divorce Revolution: The Unexpected Social and Economic Consequences for Women and Children in America
  • Gender Justice

Volume 3, 1987

Commentary

  • Where We Stand: Observations on the Situation of Feminist Legal Thought

    Articles

  • Batson v. Kentucky: Will It Keep Women on the Jury?
  • California's GAIN: Greater Avenues or a Narrow Path? The Politics and Policies of Welfare Reform and AFDC Work Programs in the 1980s
  • Second Parent Adoption: When Crossing the Marital Barrier Is in a Child's Best Interests
  • The Necessity for State Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage: Constitutional Requirements and Evolving Notions of Family

    Book Reviews

  • Origins of Protective Labor Legislation for Women, 1905-1925, Lehrer
  • Women's Work & Chicano Families: Cannery Workers of the Santa Clara Valley, Zavella
  • Review Essay: When Is Rape a Crime? Real Rape, Estrich

Volume 4, No. 1, 1988-89

Commentary

  • Roe v. Wade: Our Struggle Continues

    Articles

  • Reproductive Freedom and the Constitution: The Limits of Choice
  • Distinguishing Five Models of Affirmative Action
  • Women and Class Analysis in the Chinese Land Revolution
  • Same-Sex Marriage and Constitutional Privacy: Moral Threat and Legal Anomaly
  • Anti-Pornography Laws as a Claim for Equal Respect: Feminism, Liberalism & Community

    Book Reviews

  • Why Can't Sharon Kowalski Come Home?, Thompson & Andrzejewski
  • Sex Work: Writings by Women in the Sex Industry, Delacoste & Alexander

Volume 4, No. 2, 1989-90

Articles

  • Feminist Jurisprudence: Grounding the Theories
  • Constructing a Professional Ethic: Law School Lessons and Lesions
  • Standardized Tests as a Tool of Exclusion: Improper Use of the SAT in New York
  • Becoming a Plaintiff
  • The "F" Word: Mainstreaming and Marginalizing Feminism
  • Knocking on the Schoolhouse Door and Wondering What's Inside
  • Surrogacy: Sorting Through the Alternatives
  • The Never-Never Land of Mental Health Law: A Review of the Legal Rights of Youth Committed by Their Parents to Psychiatric Facilities in California
  • Arguments Against Joint Custody
  • The Classroom Climate: Encouraging Student Involvement

Volume 5, 1989-90

Articles

  • Admitted but Not Accepted: Outsiders Take an Inside Look at Law School
  • The Feminist Debate Over Prostitution Reform: Prostitutes' Rights Groups, Radical Feminists, and the (Im)possibility of Consent
  • Measuring Equality: A Comparative Perspective on Women's Legal Capacity and Constitutional Rights in Five Commonwealth Countries
  • Jewish Divorce and Secular Courts: Helping a Jewish Woman Obtain a Get

    Essay

  • Adolescent Pregnancy: Does the Nation Really Care?

    Book Reviews

  • Review Essay: Categorical Discourse and Dominance Theory. Toward a Feminist Theory of the State, MacKinnon
  • Review Essay: The Politicization of Reproduction. Reproductive Laws for the 1990s, Cohen & Taub
  • Review Essay: Difference, Dominance, Differences: Feminist Theory, Equality, and the Law. The Female Body and the Law, Eisenstein
  • Book Review: Justifiable Homicide: Battered Women, Self-Defense, and the Law, Gillespie

Volume 6, 1990-91

Written Symposium: Black Women Law Professors: Building a Community at the Intersection of Race and Gender

  • Images of Black Women in the Legal Academy: An Introduction
  • On Being a Role Model
  • Meditations on Being Good
  • Two Life Stories: Reflections of One Black Women Law Professor
  • Black Women Law Professors and Critical Self-Consciousness: A Tribute to Professor Denise S. Carty-Bennia
  • It Is Better to Speak
  • Tokens, Role Models, and Pedagogical Politics: Lamentations of an African American Female Law Professor
  • Of Gentlemen and Role Models
  • Women of Color in Legal Education: Representing La Mestiza
  • Nepenthe
  • Quantum Leap: A Black Woman Uses Legal Education to Obtain Her Honorary White Pass
  • Role Models: Who Needs Them Anyway?
  • The Making of a Law Teacher
  • Reflections on Identity, Diversity and Morality
  • Communicating the Unspeakable and Seeing the Invisible
  • Brief Reflections Toward a Multiplicative Theory and Praxis of Being

    Commentary

  • The War Against Women

    Articles

  • Stopping the Violence: Mandatory Arrest and Police Tort Liability for Failing to Assist Battered Women
  • Toilets as a Feminist Issue: A True Story

Volume 7, 1992

Commentary

  • The Control of Pregnancy and the Criminalization of Femaleness

    Articles

  • The Legal Implications of Gender Bias in Standardized Testing
  • Using Literature in Law School: The Importance of Reading and Telling Tales
  • Questioning the Cultural and Gender-Based Assumptions of the Adversary System: Voices of Asian-American Law Students
    Book Reviews
  • Community and Identity in a Postmodern World; Making All the Difference: Inclusion, Exclusion and American Law

    Film Review/Essay

  • Media Masala: Why Women's Control Matters (review of the films Mississippi Masala, Grand Canyon, and Cape Fear)

Volume 8, 1993

Tribute (in memoriam)

  • Your Silence Will Not Protect You: A Tribute to Audrey Lorde

    Commentary

  • Proposition 165: We Won the Battle, But Are We Losing the War?

    Articles

  • Jewish Women, Black Women: Guarding Against the Oppression of Surrogacy
  • Feminist Legal Epistemology
  • Color Me Queer: An Aesthetic Challenge to Feminist Essentialism
  • Involuntary Sterilization of Mentally Disabled Women
  • Thanking the Right Wing
  • Expanding the Definition of Family: A Universal Issue
  • The Right Forum on the Right Issue: Initiatives and Family Values

    Recent Publications

  • Called From Within: Early Women Lawyers of Hawai'i, Matsuda
  • Lesbian (Out)Law: Survival Under the Rule of Law, Robson
  • Legal Literacy: A Tool for Women's Empowerment, Schuler & Kadirgamar-Rajasingham
  • Feminist Legal Theory: Foundations, Weisberg

Volume 9, 1994

Commentary

  • Kissing God Goodbye or Who's in Charge: Poem in the Face of Operation Rescue

    Articles

  • The Social Meaning of the Norplant Condition: Constitutional Considerations of Race, Class, and Gender
  • Health Care Reform and Abortion
  • Time for Justice: The Case for International Prosecutions of Rape and Gender-Based Violence in the Former Yugoslavia
  • Gendered Inequality: Lesbians, Gays, and Feminist Legal Theory

    Symposium Commentary: Women and HIV: Breaking the Silence

  • Living with HIV
  • HIV-Positive Women in Prison
  • The Politics of Statistics
  • The Legal Needs of Women with HIV

    Recent Developments

  • Federal Prohibition of Female Genital Mutilation: The Female Genital Mutilation Act of 1993, H.R. 3247
  • Survivor Benefits Denied to Lesbian Life Partner: Rovira v. AT&T
  • Intent-Based Parenthood Held Inapplicable in Case of Lesbian Mothers

    Book Reviews

  • Going to the Bottom; Words That Wound: Critical Race Theory, Assaultive Speech, and the First Amendment, Matsuda, Lawrence III, Delgado & Crenshaw
  • Risk of the Self: Drucilla Cornell's Transformative Philosophy; Transformations: Recollective Imagination and Sexual Difference, Cornell

Volume 10, 1995

Commentary

  • Berkeley Women's Law Journal: Ten Years of Giving Voice to Underrepresented Women and Their Concerns

    Symposium: Looking to the 21st Century

  • Berkeley Women's Law Journal Celebrates Ten Years
  • Anti-Essentialism and Intersectionality: Tools to Dismantle the Master's House (Keynote)
  • Child Custody Disputes Between Lesbians: Legal Strategies and Their Limitations
  • On Selecting Black Women as Paradigms for Race Discrimination Analyses
  • Race, Class, Gender, and Deviancy: The Criminalization of Prostitution
  • Law, Markets, and Gender Inequality in Pay
  • Sexual Orientation: A Plea for Inclusion
  • Fighting Fires, Fighting Wars, and Raising Children: Gender and the Constitutionalism of Social Spending in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century
  • Privilege and Liberalism in Legal Education: Teaching and Learning in a Diverse Environment

    Article

  • Dismantling the Wall: Bisexuality and the Possibilities of Sexual Identity Classification Based on Acts

    Recent Developments

  • "Don't Ask, Don't Tell": Lesbians Challenge the New Military Policy
  • New Domestic Violence Legislation and Legislation Advance the Rights of Welfare Recipients, Immigrant Women, and Lesbians
  • What's Not So New About Welfare Reform
  • Family Caps Threaten Women and Their Children
  • HIV Study Raises Ethical Concerns for the Treatment of Pregnant Women
  • NIH Promulgates New Guidelines for the Inclusion of Women and Minorities in Medical Research
  • California Supreme Court Limits the Fourth Amendment Rights of Women with Mental Disabilities

    Book Review

  • Policy and Prejudice; The Color of Welfare: How Racism Undermined the War on Poverty, Quadagno

    Index of Works in Volumes 1-10


Volume 11, 1996

Commentary

  • Unqualified to Be Voiceless: Inaudible Screams Falling on the Deaf Ears of a Not So Color-Blind Society

    Articles

  • The Implantation of Rights: An Argument for Unconditionally Funded Norplant Removal
  • Prostitution and the American Health Care System: Denying Access to a Group of Women in Need
  • Unconditional Safety for Conditional Immigrant Women

    Recent Developments

  • When Domestic Violence Diversion Is No Longer an Option - The New Step: What to Do with the Female Offender
  • Through the Looking Glass: Recent Developments in Affirmative Action
  • Developments in Custody Options for HIV-Positive Parents
  • Beijing and Beyond

    Book Review

  • Racial Restrictions on Naturalization: The Recurring Intersection of Rape and Gender in Immigration and Citizenship Law; White by Law: The Legal Construction of Race, Haney Lopez

    A Collaborative Work with the African-American Law & Policy Report

  • Foreword: The Unbearable Lightness of Identity
  • Interrogating Identity: Review Essay of Judy Scales-Trent, Notes of a White Black Woman: Race, Color, Community
  • Changing the Rules: Some Preliminary Thoughts on Doctrinal Reform, Indeterminacy, and Whiteness
  • Welfare "Reform": An Attack on Us All
  • Two Steps Removed: The Paradox of Diversity for Women of Color Law Professors


Volume 12, 1997

Commentary

  • Gretel Fights Back: Representing Sexual Harassment Plaintiffs Who Were Sexually Abused as Children

    Articles

  • Doing What's Right: Providing Culturally Competent Reunification Services
  • Cultural Defense or False Stereotype? What Happens when Latina Defendants Collide with the Federal Sentencing Guidelines
  • How We Constructed "The Jury": A Look at Narrative Storytelling
  • Narrative: The Road to Black Feminist Theory

    Recent Developments

  • Battered Women and the Full Benefit of Self-Defense Laws
  • Marriage v. Domestic Partnership: Will We Ever Protect Lesbians' Families?
  • The Violence Against Women Act After United States v. Lopez: Defending the Act from Constitutional Challenge
  • Working with Welfare: Can Single Mothers Manage?
  • How Will Battered Women Fare Under the New Welfare Reform?
  • Welfare and Immigration Reform: Refusing Aid to Immigrants

Volume 13, 1998

Commentary: Boalt Hall in a Post-Affirmative Action Era

  • Broken Promises
  • The Courage I Know
  • The Wrong Debate
  • The Elephant in the Room
  • How Stella Got Her Character
  • Excellence Lost

    Articles

  • Equal Rights Advocates: Addressing the Legal Issues of Women of Color
  • Reprising Women's Disability: Feminist Identity Strategy and Disability Rights
  • The Teenage Pregnancy "Problem": Welfare Reform and the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996
  • The End of Welfare and Constitutional Protections for the Poor: A Case Study of the Wisconsin Works Program and Due Process Rights
  • Potential Solutions to the Problem of Pregnancy Discrimination in Maquiladoras Operated by U.S. Employers in Mexico
  • The Gender Box

    Recent Developments

  • The Ban on Welfare for Felony Drug Offenders: Giving a New Meaning to "Life Sentence"
  • CalWORKS: California's Response to Welfare Reform
  • Mandating Parental Involvement in Minors' Abortions
  • In the Shadows and Behind the Veil: Women in Afghanistan Under Taliban Rule

    Book Review

  • Reproductive Rights as Civil Rights: Navigating the Intersections of History, Race, and Reproductive Control; Killing the Black Body: Race, Reproduction, and the Meaning of Liberty, Roberts

    Books Received

  • Not Our Kind of Girl, Kaplan
  • Sex and Sensibility: Stories of a Lesbian Generation, Stein
  • Sex, Preference, and Family: Essays on Law and Nature, Estlund & Nussbaum
  • All Too Familiar: Sexual Abuse of Women in U.S. Prisons, Human Rights Watch Women's Rights Project
  • Three Mothers, Three Daughters: Palestinian Women's Stories, Gorkin & Othman

Volume 14, 1999

Commentary

  • Poetry for the People
    • A Case of Danger
    • The Executive Order 9066
    • dinner party
    • Ghaflah
    • Haiku
  • The Impact of Cutbacks in Affirmative Action on Community Lawyering

    Articles

  • A Lesbian-Centered Critique of Second-Parent Adoptions
  • Violence and Female Delinquency: Gender Transgressions and Gender Invisibility
  • Community-Based Alternative Sentencing for HIV-Positive Women in the Criminal Justice System

    Recent Developments

  • Pregnant Drug Addicts as Child Abusers: A South Carolina Ruling
  • The Struggle for Same-Sex Marriage Continues
  • "Character Standard" or Sex Discrimination? Students' Exclusion from National Honor Society Called a Violation of Title IX
  • Selective Justice: Prosecuting Rape in the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda
  • Oncale v. Sundowner Offshore Services: A Victory for Gay and Lesbian Rights?

    Book Review

  • Gazing Back; Looking White People in the Eye: Gender, Race and Culture in Courtrooms and Classrooms, Razack

    Books Received

  • Remedios: Stories of Earth and Iron from the History of Puertorriquenas, Morales
  • Don't Call Us Out of Name: The Untold Lives of Women and Girls in Poor America, Dodson
  • Freedom to Differ: The Shaping of the Gay and Lesbian Struggle for Civil Rights, Miller
  • Freaks Talk Back: Tabloid Talk Shows and Sexual Nonconformity, Gamson

Volume 15, 2000

Commentary

  • Vote No If You Believe in Marriage: Lessons from the No On Knight/No On Proposition 22 Campaign
  • The Broken Promise: Welfare Reform Two Years Later

    Articles

  • The Undue Burden: Parental Notification Requirements for Publicly Funded Contraception
  • Straight Out of the Closet
  • Protecting the Kids in the Hall: Using Title IX to Stop Student-on-Student Anti-Gay Harassment
  • Meeting the Needs of Female Trauma Survivors: The Effectiveness of the Massachusetts Mental Health Managed Care System
  • Redefining Security: Women Challenge U.S. Military Policy and Practice in East Asia
  • Fulfilling Technology's Promise: Enforcing the Rights of Women Caught in the Global High-Tech Underclass

    Recent Developments

  • "It's a Woman Thing": Sex, Status, and Human Rights in the Tobacco Epidemic
  • When CRACK is the Only Choice: The Effect of a Negative Right of Privacy on Drug-Addicted Women

    Book Review

  • Feminist Curiosity Unravels Militarism: Why Method Matters; Maneuvers: The International Politics of Militarizing Women's Lives, Enloe

    Books Received

  • Mothers and Illicit Drugs: Transcending the Myths, Boyd
  • Dangerous Intersections: Feminist Perspectives on Population, Environment, and Development, Silliman & King
  • No Safe Haven: Stories of Women in Prison, Girshick
  • This is What Lesbian Looks Like, Kleindienst
  • Neither Separate Nor Equal: Women, Race, and Class in the South, Smith

Volume 16, 2001

Commentary

  • Gender and Legal Writing: Law Schools' Dirty Little Secrets

    Articles

  • Protecting Human Victims of Trafficking: An American Framework
  • The Effects of Rape Law Reform on Rape Case Processing

    Recent Developments

  • The High Cost of Merging with a Religiously-Controlled Hospital
  • Striking Back Against Homophobia: Prohibiting Peremptory Strikes Based on Sexual Orientation
  • A New Forum for Comfort Women: Fighting Japan in United States Federal Court

    Book Review

  • Worthy Workers, Unworthy Humans: Immigrant Women and United States Immigration Policies; Disposable Domestics: Immigrant Women Workers in the Global Economy, Chang

    Books Received

  • Émigré Feminism: Transnational Perspectives, Heitlinger, ed.
  • Global Critical Race Feminism: An International Reader, Wing, ed.
  • Women on the Row: Revelations from Both Sides of the Bars, O'Shea
  • Saving Bernice: Battered Women, Welfare, and Poverty, Raphael

Volume 17, 2002

Commentary

  • Abortion on Trial
  • The Impact of U.S. Intervention on Afghan Women's Rights

    Articles

  • Playing It Straight: An Analysis of Current Legal Protections to Combat Homophobia and Sexual Orientation Discrimination in Intercollegiate Athletics
  • Gender Outlaws: Challenging Masculinity in Traditionally Male Institutions

    Recent Developments

  • The Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program: Accepting Inequality for Undocumented Women?
  • Removing Barriers for Battered Immigrant Women: A Comparison of Immigrant Protections Under VAWA I & II

    Book Review

  • Interracial Intimacy and the Potential for Social Change; Interracial Intimacy: The Regulation of Race and Romance, Moran

    Books Received

  • Mothering from the Inside: Parenting in a Women's Prison, Enos
  • Rethinking Rape, Cahill
  • Making Babies, Making Families: What Matters Most in an Age of Reproductive Technologies, Surrogacy, Adoption, and Same Sex and Unwed Parents' Rights, Shanley
  • Sweatshop Warriors: Immigrant Women Workers Take on the Global Factory, Louie

    Symposium: In Critical Condition: The State of Women's Health and Access to Care

  • Patients' Rights Without Health Rights? (Keynote)
  • Recent Trends & Policy Developments at State & National Levels
  • Coalition-Based Strategies for Improving Health Access and Outcomes for Underserved Women
    • Barriers Facing Latina Women
    • Redefining Reproductive Freedom to Build Multicultural Coalitions
    • Unheard Voices: Defining Black Women's Advocacy Agenda

Volume 18, 2003

Commentary

  • Welfare Gender Wars
  • Resisting Medicine, Re/modeling Gender

    Articles

  • Death and Dying in America: The Prison Industrial Complex's Impact on Women's Health
  • Grounded in the Reality of Their Lives: Listening to Teens Who Make the Abortion Decision Without Involving Their Parents
  • What If She Leaves? Domestic Violence Cases Under the Hague Convention and the Insufficiency of the Undertakings Remedy
  • Woman Warrior Meets Mail-Order Bride: Finding an Asian American Voice in the Women's Movement

    Recent Developments

  • The Bush Administration's Decision to Defund the United Nations Population Fund and Its Implications for Women in Developing Nations
  • Gendered Epidemic: Addressing the Specific Needs of Women Fighting HIV/AIDS in Cambodia
  • A Perfunctory Change? Harvard University's New Sexual Misconduct Complaint Procedure: Lessons from the Frontlines of Campus Adjudication Systems

    Book Review

  • Litigation Narratives; Class Action: The Story of Lois Jenson and the Landmark Case that Changed Sexual Harassment Law, Bingham & Gansler

    Books Received

  • September 11, 2001: Feminist Perspectives, Hawthorne & Winter
  • Prostitution Policy: Revolutionizing Practice Through a Gendered Perspective, Kuo
  • Convicted Survivors: The Imprisonment of Battered Women Who Kill, Leonard

Volume 19, 2004

Commentary:

  • A Tribute to the Life of Mary C. Dunlap

    Articles

  • Dazzling the World: A Study of India's Constitutional Amendment Mandating Reservations for Women on Rural Panchayats - Louise Harmon & Eileen Kaufman
  • Recognizing Race in Women's Programming: A Critique of a Women's Law Society - Danielle Elyce Hirsch
  • The Legal Production of Identities: A Narrative Analysis of Conversations woth Battered Undocumented Women - Margot Mendelson

    Recent Developments

  • Unlocking Liberty: Is California's Habeas Law the Key to Freeing Unjustly Improsioned Battered Women? - Jill E. Adams
  • Dukes v. Wal-Mart as a Catalyst for Social Activism - Ritu Bhatnagar
  • The Business to Birth: Obstacles Facing Low-Income Women in Choosing Midwifery Care After the Licensed Midwifery Pratice Act of 1993 - Sara K. Hayden
  • The More things Change, the More They Stay the Same: The Plight of Afghan Women Two Years After the Overthrow of the Taliban - Benazeer Roshan
  • Domestic Violence on the Reservation: Imperfect Laws, Imperfect Solution - Sumayyah Waheed

    Book Review

  • Directions in Sexual Harrassment Law, eds. Catharine A. MacKinnon & Reva B. Siegel - Christine A. Littleton

    Books Received

  • Feminist Legal Theory: An Anti-Essentialist Reader, eds. Nancy E. Dowd & Michelle S. Jacobs
  • Critical Race Feminism: A Reader, ed. Adrien Katherine Wing

Volume 20, 2005

Commentary:

  • Reflections on Our Twentieth Anniversary

    Articles

  • Defining the Human: Are Transgendered People Strangers to the Law? - Abigail W. Lloyd
  • Can She Do That? - Lauren Shapiro
  • Centuries of Globalization; Centuries of Exclusion: African Women, Human Rights and the "New" International Trade Regime - Uche U. Ewelukwa

    Recent Developments

  • Abortion: When Choice and Autonomy Conflict - Jennifer Denbow
  • The Latina Paradox: Cultural Barriers to the Equitable Receipt of Welfare Services Under Modern Welfare Reform - Elena Christine Acevedo
  • Obstacles to Access: How Pharmacist Refusal Clauses Undermine the Basic Health Care Needs of Rural and Low-Income Women - Holly Teliska
  • Spotlight on Ventura: Young Women's Perspectives on Reform in the California Youth Authority - Freeda Yllana

    Book Review

  • License to Harass: Law, Hierarchy, and Offensive Public Speech, Laura Beth Nielsen - Lynne Henderson

    Books Received

  • Workable Sisterhood: The Political Journey of Stigmatized Women with HIV/AIDS, Michele Tracy Berger
  • Sexual Harassment and Violence Against Women: Developments in Federal Law, Charles V. Dale
  • The Abortion Rights Controversy in America: A Legal Reader, eds. N. E. H. Hull, William Jmes Hoffer & Peter Charles Hoffer

    Symposium: Women and War: A Critical Discourse

  • Panel One - Tools of War
  • Panel Two - Women Warriors
  • Panel Three - Resist!
  • Soft on Defense: The Failure to Confront Militarism, Ann Scales

Volume 21, 2006


Articles

  • Exceptions to the Rule: Curing the Law's Failure to Protect Intersex Infants - Anne Tamar-Mattis
  • Access to Justice: Can Domestic Violence Courts Better Address the Needs of Non-English Speaking Victims of Domestic Violence? - Nancy K.D. Lemon

    Recent Developments

  • The REAL ID Act: Furthering Gender Bias in U.S. Asylum Law - Aubra Fletcher
  • Increasing Healthcare Coverage for Women of Color in the Workplace: A Proposal for Legislative Change in Labor Law - Iris Halpern
  • Same-Sex Marriage Through the Equal Protection Clause: A Gender-Conscious Analysis - Justin Reinheimer
  • Appropriations for the Abolitionists: Undermining Effects of the U.S. Mandatory Anti-Prostitution Pledge in the Fight Against Human Trafficking and HIV/AIDS - Edi C. M. Kinney
  • "Where All Belong": Religion and the Fight for LGBT Equality in Alabama - Daniel Redman

    Commentary

  • Rights in a Failed State: Internally Displaced Women in Sudan and Their Lawyers - Mark F. Massoud
  • Forced Through the Cracks: Deprivation of the Violence Against Women Act's Immigration Relief in San Francisco Bay Area Immigrant Domestic Violence Survivors' Cases - Lauri J. Owen

    Books Received

  • Human Rights & Gender Violence: Translating International Law into Local Justice, Sally Engle Merry
  • A State of Ambivalence: The Feminist Movement in Singapore, Lenore Lyons
  • What Roe v. Wade Should Have Said: The Nation's Top Legal Experts Rewrite America's Most Controversial Decision, ed. Jack M. Balkin

    Volume 22, 2007

    Articles

  • Same-Sex Sexual Harassment After Oncale: Meeting the "Because of . . . Sex" Requirement - Clare Diefenbach
  • Subsidized Housing Policy: Defining the Family - Madeline Howard
  • The Lesbian De Facto Parent Standard in Holtzman v. Knott: Judicial Policy Innovation and Diffusion - William B. Turner

    Recent Developments

  • The Value of the Human Egg: An Analaysis of Risk and Reward in Stem Cell Research - Sarah B. Angel
  • Feminism, Foucault, and Rape: A Theory and Politics of Rape Prevention - Holly Henderson

    Book Review

  • Fight Like a Girl: How To Be a Fearless Feminist, Megan Seely - Angela Onwuachi-Willig

    Commentary

  • Analyzing the Impact of Coercion on Domestic Violence Victims: How Much is Too Much? - Tamara L. Kuennen
  • Psychic Charlatans, Roving Shoplifters, and Traveling Con Artists: Notes on a Fraudulent Identity - Alexandra Opera

    Books Received

  • Transgender Rights, eds. Paisley Currah, Richard M. Juang, and Shannon Price Minter
  • Girls in Trouble with the Law, Laurie Schaffner
  • The Female Thing, Laura Kipnis
  • Feminist Legal Theory: A Primer, Nancy Levit and Robert R.M. Verchick

    Symposium: Gender & Migration

  • Panel One - Empowering Survivors with Legal-Status Challenges
  • Panel Two - Women in the Global Economy
  • Panel Three - Categories of Migration
  • Panel Four - In Search of a Gendered Approach to Immigration Law
  • Keynote: We Want Them Alive!: The Culture and Politics of Human Rights - Rosa-Linda Fregoso