The Way Pavers: Eleven Supreme Court-worthy Women
Amanda Knox, Her “Strange” Behavior, and the Italian Legal System
In this four-part series, Professor Martha Grace Duncan presents a new analysis of the much-studied case of Amanda Knox. Professor Duncan examines how human prejudice against “strangeness,” our desperation for a hasty assessment of guilt or innocence, and the hybrid Italian legal system led to Knox being twice-convicted for a crime she did not commit.
by Charlotte Butash
On October 6th, the Trump Administration issued new regulations attacking the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that employers include free contraceptive coverage in their workplace health plans. In response to this development, advocacy groups across the country have taken to the courts to fight back to protect women’s health.