Articles: “Making Invisible Victims Whole: A Reply to Diamantis” by Chad Flanders; “Trans Optics and Panopticons: Trans Visibility, Anti-Transness, and Surveillance” by Jennifer Gisi; “A Feminist Eye on the New Law for Care Work Compensation in China” by Tiantian Zhu and Zhizhuang Duan; Notes: “No Turning Back: A Progressive Application of Stand Your Ground Laws to Remove the Duty to Retreat for Women Who Kill Abusers Out of Self-Defense” by Luma Khabbaz; “Committing Crimes Kept Her Alive: United States v. Dingwall and The Criminalization of Domestic Violence Victims” by Madeline Weston.
Articles: “The Idealized Victim-Terminology in Human Trafficking for Sex Workers–Providing Access to Protections or Rendering Rights Conditional?” by Inga K. Thiemann; “A Global Study of Prostitution Policy” by Alexia Tomlinson, Mary Haggerty, and Caroline Rini; Comments: “A Rose by Any Other Name: The Case for Abolishing Wisconsin’s Sex Offender Name-Change Ban” by Anna Hartz; “The Equalizing Effect of Unionization on the Gender Wage Gap” by Kirsten Wilshire Salmons; Notes: “Principled Institutionalism or Impractical Rigidity? Examining Strict Stare Decisis and the Male-Only Draft” by Jimmy Morrissey.
Articles: “How Abortion Laws Do and Don’t Work” by Michelle Oberman; Comments: “The Alignment of U.S. Child Marriage Laws to Data and Consent: Time for a Bright-Line Rule at the Age of Majority” by Andrea Jeglum; “Women in Policing: Inadequate Remedies to Combat Hiring and Workplace Discrimination in Police Departments” by Sarah Jones; “Bougie Firms and Black-Box Salaries: Avoiding Another Sixty Years of Gender-Based Pay Discrimination” by Cedric Kostelyna; “Recalculating ESSA to Account for “Every Student:” The Need to Eliminate “Subtractive Schooling” Among Latino Boys and Fund Culturally Responsive Teaching” by Veronica Mantilla
Articles: “A National Truth Commission for Native Americans” by Sara L. Ochs; “When Justice Does Not Work: A Solution Focused Approach to Violence Against Native Women in Indian Country” by Melissa Tehee, Racheal Killgore, Sallie Mack, Devon S. Isaacs, and Erica Ficklin. Comments:
“Devolving Standards of Decency: How Eighth Amendment Jurisprudence Fails Transgender Inmates Seeking Necessary Medical Care” by George A. Acosta;
“Daniel v. Armslist: A “Bad Samaritan” Case Study” by Elizabeth Leonard; “School’s Out for Black Boys in Wisconsin: An Analysis of Wisconsin’s Racist Implementation of Expulsion and Suspension Law and Its Intersection with Wisconsin Students’ Opportunities for Success” by Madeline Dawn Nelson; “Commerce, Not Speech: Dismantling the Eighth Circuit’s Free Speech Analysis in Telescope Media Group v. Lucero” by Alexander Schmidt.
Articles: “LGBTQ+ Employment Protections: The U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia and the Implications for Public Schools” by John Dayton & Micah Barry. Notes: “Stripped from Sunscreen, but Fine for Foundation: How the Regulatory Dichotomy of Topically Applied Skin Products Endangers Women” by Emily Jones. Comments: “The Cocaine Mom Law: How Wisconsin’s Civil Commitment of Pregnant Women Violates the Fourteenth Amendment” by Kathryn Hayes; “When Loopholes Allow Rape: An Analysis of States Whose Statutes and Case Law Allowed Post-Penetration Rape and How Wisconsin Compares” by Manuel Sanches-Moyano.
Articles: “The Politics of Legal Challenges to Pornography: A Comparative Analysis” by Max Waltman and “How the United States Uses Foreign Policy to Control and Adversely Impact Foreign Women” by Liam Pisan. Comments: ““Free the Nipple” One Broadcast at a Time: FCC Indecency Regulations of Nudity” by Michaela Mullis & Jasmin McNealy and “Sexual Harassment and Wisconsin’s Professional Rules of Responsibility” by Kathryn Potratz.
Special Symposium Issue: “Talking About Black Lives Matter and #MeToo” by Linda S. Greene, Lolita Buckner, Inniss, and Bridget J. Crawford with Mehrsa Baradaran, Noa Ben-Asher, I. Bennett Capers, Osamudia R. James, and Keisha Lindsay. Articles also include “Restructuring U.S. Military Justice through a Comparative Analysis of Israel Defense Forces” by Emily Hazen and “Sexual Harassment in the Shadow of Mandatory Arbitration” by Alyssa Schaefer. Comments includes “Babies Behind Bars: How Prison Nurseries Protect the Constitutional Right to be a Parent in Wisconsin” by Sophia Dolan.
Articles include “White Boy Wasted: Race, Sex, and Alcohol Use in Fraternity Hazing” by Gregory S. Parks and Sabrina Parisi, “What About Bob? The Continuing Problem of Federally-Subsidized LGB Discrimination in Higher Education” by Dyllan Moreno Taxman, “Protecting Planned Parenthood: Is Planned Parenthood Funding a Justiciable Right Under the Medicaid Freedom-of-Choice Provision?” by Allison Gilley and “Rape, Resign, Repeat: How the Deliberate Indifference Standard Denies Redress to Detainees Raped by Corrections Officials” by Melissa Stein.
Articles include “Judicial Ecology Reconciling a Normative Critique of Hively V. Ivy Tech Community College with the Current Sociopolitical Context” by Eric M. Clarkson, “The Transgender Marriage Dilemma” by Julian N. Larry, and “Making Pro-abortion Laws Pro-choice for Female Rape Victims” by Anna K. Martin. Comments include “Gender Bias in Clinical Drug Trials” by Dana Roth.
Articles include ““We Will Not Be Invisible” Women and Solitary Confinement in the U.S.” by Heidi Cerneka, “Fostering a Safe Warfighting Environment: Applying Title Ix and Student Discipline in Higher Education to the Military’s Fight Against Sexual Assault” by Seth Michael Engel, and “Marriage Equality, Parentage (In)Equality” by Jeffrey A. Parness. Comments include “An App a Day Keeps the Doctor Away: Liability Analysis of the Breast Cancer Ally App” by Alexandra Regan Abernethy, “Potty Politics: G.G. Ex Rel. Grimm V. Gloucester County School Board, Title IX, and the Challenges Faced by Transgender Students under the Trump Administration and Beyond” by Nathan Heffernan, and “Health Is Health: Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act and Transgender Healthcare Rights in Wisconsin and the United States” by Dana Holle.