On The Front Lines of Law Reform Editor’s Note: The following panel was held during Harvard Law School’s “Celebration 60,” which honored the 60th anniversary of the first women graduates at HLS. Please click here for a PDF version of the article.
Case Comment Yana Mereminsky Cece v. Holder, 733 F.3d 662 (7th Cir. 2013). Click here to access a PDF version of this case comment.
Windsor, Federalism, and the Future of Marriage Litigation Mark Strasser* In United States v. Windsor, the United States Supreme Court struck down section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). Now that section 3 has been invalidated, section 2 of DOMA may also be challenged. The constitutionality of DOMA section 2 was not before […]
Transforming Campus Culture to Prevent Rape: the Possibility and Promise of Restorative Justice as a Response to Campus Sexual Violence
Transforming Campus Culture to Prevent Rape: the Possibility and Promise of Restorative Justice as a Response to Campus Sexual Violence Alletta Brenner Though feminists have long argued that rape is linked to sex discrimination, legal responses to rape tend to ignore the ways that social and cultural norms contribute to sexual violence. One exception, however, […]
Identifying Dominant Narratives in 1L Class Discussions Tara Norris, HLS ’15 I am halfway through my 1L year at Harvard Law School, and I can say without hesitation that this has been the most intellectually stimulating and academically rewarding experience that I have ever had. I am surrounded by brilliant, accomplished people every single day, […]
For those who missed our conference on February 13th, please see the live blog and a video of the conference. On Monday, February 13, 2012, the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender hosted a conference at Harvard Law School featuring Darren Rosenblum’s article Unsex Mothering: Toward a New Culture of Parenting, published in the journal’s Winter 2012 edition. The author […]
Unsexing Care: Beyond Gendered Parenting Terms A Response to Darren Rosenblum’s Unsex Mothering: Toward a Culture of New Parenting Kimberly Mutcherson One thing that can be expected from a formerly pregnant man is interesting commentary about the parenting experience that follows that pregnancy. Professor Rosenblum’s piece, Unsex Mothering: Toward a New Culture of Parenting, […]
She’s Not My Mother, She’s My Parent A Response to Darren Rosenblum’s Unsex Mothering: Toward a Culture of New Parenting Kellye Testy Professor Rosenblum is right, but my son got there first. Michael had the idea of “unsexing motherhood” back in 1995. I thought it was brilliant then and still do. I have come to […]
The Conundrums of Unsexing Parenting A Response to Darren Rosenblum’s Unsex Mothering: Toward a Culture of New Parenting Elizabeth M. Schneider Darren Rosenblum’s interesting and provocative article, Unsexing Mothering: Toward A New Culture of Parenting, raised many issues for me, personally and intellectually. As a long-time feminist legal activist and biological mother who has […]
Un-Sexing Single Mother Parenting of Boys A Response to Darren Rosenblum’s Unsex Mothering: Toward a Culture of New Parenting Beth Jones Rosenblum’s article, Unsex Mothering, applies in some ways to every different type of parenting. As a single mother of twin eleven-year-old boys, I personally relate most to the portions regarding single parents and non-traditional parenting. When […]