The overarching goal of the Feminist Law Professors Blog is to build a stronger feminist law prof community across scholarly subject areas, geography, and law schools. The blog administrator, Ann Bartow, is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of South Carolina School of Law, in Columbia, South Carolina.
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Nazneen Mehta is a second-year law student at Columbia Law School and is writing a Note on the international market in surrogacy services - particularly between relatively affluent “intended parents” in the US and poor female surrogates in India. Her Note will examine the ways in which...
Debra Rolison of the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory thinks that would be a great idea. Christa Hoff Sommers, font of anti-feminist soundbites and Resident Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, takes a different view: While Title IX has been effective in...
We here at Feminist Law Professors don’t care about “size.” There isn’t a publicly accessible Site Meter here because we do not run commercial advertisements, and we try to offer some small measure of privacy protection to our readers. Publicly accessible Site Meters collect...
Even among highly educated professionals, there is a persistent difference in the salaries of men and women. Untangling the reasons for that difference is quite difficult, and it involves as a threshold matter trying to figure out whether there are factors other than gender that explain why women...
The ACLU, Lambda Legal, and the National Center for Lesbian Rights have filed a suit challenging the validity of recently passed California Proposition 8. They have asked for enforcement of the ban on same-sex marriages to be stayed pending the resolution of their challenge, which alleges that...
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Ah, the heady allure of free speech and academic freedom! Visit us at our new location: http://www.feministlawprofessors.com There may be a few bugs as we sort this all out, apologies in advance for this. Bridget Crawford is the Funk Goddess Of the Universe, just in case you were...
With this? Historiann asks: Are women citizens of this republic?With this? Historiann asks: Are women citizens of this republic?
Story here. It notes: We spoke to Debra Gammons with the Charleston School of Law about freedom of speech. She reminds that the First Amendment is not absolute. You cannot say whatever you want whenever you want to. Courts will usually look at where the words were said and who heard them. Children...