Where the Men Are (and Women Aren’t): GW Law Review Edition

Post to Twitter Post to Facebook

If the dearth of female contributors to major law reviews weren’t so distressing (see, e.g., here and here and here), I’d think that this issue of the GW Law Review — with ZERO articles by women — was a joke.  Sadly, it’s not.


The George Washington Law Review, Issue 77:3 (April 2009)


Matthew I. Hall,  The Partially Prudential Doctrine of Mootness, 77 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 562 (2009)

Anthony J. Colangelo,  â€œDe facto Sovereignty”: Boumediene and Beyond, 77 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 623 (2009)

Beyond the ‘Races’: Re-examining the Relationship Between Federalism and Corporate Governance

William W. Bratton,  Unentrapped, 77 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 677 (2009)

Lawrence A. Cunningham,  The New Federal Corporation Law?, 77 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 685 (2009)

M. Todd Henderson,  Two Visions of Corporate Law, 77 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 708 (2009)  

Robert B. Ahdieh,  The (Misunderstood) Genius of American Corporate Law, 77 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 730 (2009)


Christopher Carlberg,  Cooperative Noncooperation: A Proposal for an Effective Uniform Noncooperation Immigration Policy for Local Governments, 77 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 730 (2009)  

Andrew Croner,  A Snake in the Grass?: Section 798 of the Espionage Act and Its Constitutionality as Applied to the Press, 77 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 766 (2009)  

Evan Mayor,  The”Bong Hits”Case and Viewpoint Discrimination: A State Law Answer to Protecting Unpopular Student Viewpoints, 77 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 799 (2009)  

Christopher Meeks,  The Pollution Delusion: A Proposal for a Uniform Interpretation of Pollution in General Liability Absolute Pollution Exclusions, 77 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 824 (2009)  

-Bridget Crawford

This entry was posted in Academia, The Underrepresentation of Women. Bookmark the permalink.