CFP: The Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice

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From the Call for Submissions:  

We are seeking submissions for the 22nd volume of the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice, to be published in the summer of 2007. Entries should be guided by the Journal’s unique editorial mandate which distinguishes it from other law reviews and feminist journals across the country. The Journal publishes research, analysis, and commentary that address the lives, struggles, and concerns of underrepresented voices in their experiences of gender. The Journal strongly believes that excellence in feminist legal scholarship requires critical examination of the intersection of gender with one or more other axes of subordination, including, but not limited to, race, class, sexual orientation, and disability. To be considered for publication, a submission must develop this gendered analysis through such an intersectional lens.

Articles should be double-spaced and should be sufficiently comprehensive to cover the topical substance explored by the work in appropriate depth. The Journal invites submissions from all who are interested, including, but not limited to professors and legal practitioners. Manuscripts will be accepted with the understanding that their content is unpublished previously. If any part of a paper has already been published, or is to be published elsewhere, the author must include this information at the time of submission.

Please use the Eighteenth edition of the Bluebook Uniform System of Citations for footnotes. Electronic copies are strongly preferred and should be sent to bwlj@socrates.berkeley.edu with a subject line reading”Article Submission.”For inquiries contact BGLJ Submissions Editors Justin Reinheimer or Iris Halpern at bwlj@socrates.berkeley.edu. Further information may be found on the Journal’s website, available at http://www.boalt.org/bwlj/index.html.

Call for Submissions Deadline: November 30th, 2006.

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