Gender Imbalance In Law Reviews, A Continuing Saga

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Concurring Opinions features the tables of contents of select law reviews when new issues appear. Judging by the first names, admittedly an imperfect measure, it looks like neither the Michigan Law Review nor the Boston College Law Review published anything written by women in their most recent issues. The George Washington Law Review seems to have published a couple, but given how many total pieces the most recent issue contained, the number by women is tiny in proportion to those by men.

–Ann Bartow

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