Another “Where are the Women?” Entrant: The most recent volume of the Harvard Law Review features two articles by men and notes and case summaries by “anonymous.”

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I assume there is some way to figure out who wrote the notes? Current system seems like a pretty effective way to hide gender disparities among other things. Meanwhile, here’s the ToC:
Vol. 122 · April 2009 · No. 6

ARTICLES

FORESEEABILITY AND
COPYRIGHT INCENTIVES

Shyamkrishna Balganesh

ANTI-INQUISITORIALISM

David Alan Sklansky

NOTES

Retreat: The Supreme Court and the New Police
Go Directly to Jail: White Collar Sentencing
After the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
Church, Choice, and Charters:
A New Wrinkle for Public Education?

RECENT CASES

Third Circuit Holds University Sexual Harassment Policy Unconstitutional. : DeJohn v. Temple University, 537 F.3d 301 (3d Cir. 2008).
Wisconsin Supreme Court Applies Sexual Assault Statute to Attempted Sexual Intercourse with a Corpse. : State v. Grunke, 752 N.W.2d 769 (Wis. 2008).

–Ann Bartow

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