The Notre Dame Law Review Online has published a Symposium featuring several essays relating to Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Opinions of the United States Supreme Court (Kathryn M. Stanchi, Linda L. Berger & Bridget J. Crawford eds., Cambridge University Press, 2016). Here’s the table of contents for 94 Notre Dame L. Rev. Online (2018):
- Linda L. Berger, Kathryn M. Stanchi & Bridget J. Crawford, Rewriting Judicial Opinions and the Feminist Scholarly Project
- Gillian Thomas, Feminist Judgments and Women’s Rights at Work
- Sandra Sperino, Feminist Judgments and the Rewritten Price Waterhouse
- Elizabeth Kukura, Revisiting Roe to Advance Reproductive Justice for Childbearing Women
- Noa Ben-Asher, How is Sex Harassment Discriminatory?
- Justice Leah Ward Sears (Ret.) & Sasha N. Greenberg, The Love in Loving: Overcoming Artificial Racial Barriers
- Claire B. Wofford, Looking to the Litigant: Reaction Essay to Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Opinions of the United States Supreme Court
- Gabrielle Appleby & Rosalind Dixon, Extending the Critical Rereading Project
- Sarah Weddington, Feminist Judgments and the Future of Reproductive Justice
- Margaret E. Johnson, Feminist Judgments & #MeToo
One useful aspect of these essays is that individuals and nonprofit institutions are able to copy or distribute any of the essays at or below cost, for educational purposes, as long as the copy includes the full citation and the copyright notice. I know that sometimes I need to direct students to models of what a short review looks like. So these essays may be useful for teaching purposes, separate and apart from their substance (which is quite thought-provoking, if I do say so myself!).
(cross post from The Faculty Lounge, here)