Feminist Legal Theory Panels at Law and Society

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The annual meeting of the Law and Society Association kicks off tomorrow in New Orleans.  There are some super panels being organized by the Feminist Legal Theory Collaborative Research Network.  A full list is here. A few panels that caught my eye include:

Friday, June 3, 12:45 to 2:30 pm 

[Panel 1224] Advancing Diversity with Feminist Legal Theory

Room: 2nd Floor, Studio 9

Chair: Jessica Clarke

1. Supporting Faculty

Panelist: Meera Deo, Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Commentator: Wendy Greene

2.  The Collapse of the House that Ruth Built: The Impact of the Feeder System on Female Judges and the Federal Judiciary, 1970-2014

Panelist: Alexandra Hess, Law Clerk, Second Circuit Court of Appeals

Commentator: Victor Quintanilla

3.  Mapping the European and international legal framework concerning gender equality in employment and working life

Panelist: Aija Valleala, Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki

Commentator: Marley Weiss

4.  Gender In/sight: Examining Culture and Constructions of Gender

Panelists: Adam Chang and Stephanie Wildman, Santa Clara Law

Commentator: Luke Boso

Friday, June 3, 4:45 to 6:30 pm   

[Panel 1228] Policing, Masculinities, and Gender

Room: 3rd Floor, Salon E

Chair: Leigh Goodmark

1.  Policing and the Clash of Masculinities

Panelist: Ann McGinley, William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV

Commentator: Leigh Goodmark

2.  The Feminist Case for Acknowledging Women’s Acts of Violence

Panelist: Jamie Abrams, University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law

Commentator: Jane Stoever

3.  The Violent Ends of Violent Delights

Panelist: Leslie Y. Garfield, Professor, Pace Law

Commentator: Cynthia Godsoe

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