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Reconsidering the Remedy of Gender Quotas Tracy A. Thomas* Please click here for a PDF version of the article          When newly elected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was asked by surprised reporters why he appointed women as 50% of … Continue reading

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Witt-less: A History and Analysis of the U.S. Military’s Failure to Comply With The Ninth Circuit’s Due Process Standard for ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Ari Freilich[1] Please click here for a PDF version of the article. I. Introduction In its … Continue reading

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The Court Treads Lightly: Why Mandatory Pre-Abortion Ultrasound Laws Demand a More Concrete Legal Analysis by Courts Rebecca Bucchieri  George Mason University School of Law, J.D. Candidate, May 2015; American University, B.A. Law and Society, Magna Cum Laude, 2012. I … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Windsor, Federalism, and the Future of Marriage Litigation Mark Strasser* In United States v. Windsor,[1] the United States Supreme Court struck down section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).[2] Now that section 3 has been invalidated, section 2 … Continue reading

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