Articles include “Gender Diversity on Corporate Boards: Spotlighting Wisconsin” by Phyllis King and “Seeing the Wrecking Ball in Motion: Ex Parte Protection Orders and the Realities of Domestic Violence” by Debra Pogrund Stark & Jessica Choplin. Comments include “The Limits of the Law: Tipping, Employment Discrimination, and Legal Theories for Plaintiffs under Title VII” by Jakob Feltham and “The Fiduciary Duty to Gender Diversity Within Corporate Boards: The Necessary Link among Shareholder Primacy, the Director Nomination Process, and Higher Financial Return” by Mary Parmeter.
Articles include “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall – Gender, Olympic Competition and Persistence of the Feminine Ideal” by Linda Sheryl Greene, “FACEing Hate: Using Hate Crime Legislation to Deter Antiabortion Violence and Extremism” by Kelly Jo Popkin, and “The Right Side of History: Prohibiting Sexual Orientation Discrimination in Public Accommodations, Housing, and Employment” by Isaac Saidel-Goley. Comments include “Breast Density Legislation: The Valuable Role of Narratives in a Sexualized Disease” by Christina L. Brigg, “Title IX, and How to Rectify Sexism Entrenched in NCAA Leadership” by David Lanser, and “Gender Identity Debuts in Wisconsin Statutes: What It Means for Protecting Transgender Wisconsinites” by Tyler Stevenson.
Comments include “Gender and Sex Designations for Identification Purposes: A Discussion on Inclusive Documentation for a Less Assimilationist Society” by Lauren Bishop, “Pom Poms, Pigskin & Jiggle Tests: Is It Time for the National Football League Cheerleaders to Unionize?” by Claudia Harke, and “Disproportionate Use of Deadly Force on Unarmed Minority Males: How Gender and Racial Perceptions Can Be Remedied” by Sarah Zwach.
Articles include “When Women Can’t Escape: A Gender-Sensitive Approach to Arbitrary Detention” by Sara Malkani, “Confronting the Gendered State: A Feminist Approach to Gender Inequality and Gender Violence in the United States and the Irish Republic” by Kris McDaniel-Miccio, and “What About Susan? Three’s Company, Not a Crowd: The Importance of Allowing Third Parent Adoptions When Both Legal Parents Consent” by Emily B. Gelmann. Comments include “Using Collective Bargaining to Combat LGBT Discrimination in the Private-Sector Workplace” by Yeongsik Kim and “Immigration Policy for Workplace Violence and Undocumented Women: State-Based Solutions for Wisconsin” by Gabriela Parra.
Special Symposium Issue “The Threat From Within: Current and Alternative Response To Sexual Assault in the Military.” Articles include “Breaking the Chain of Command Culture: A Call for an Independent and Impartial Investigative Body to Curb Sexual Assaults in the Military” by Michal Buchhandler-Raphael, “Practical Problems with Modifying the Military Justice System to Better Handle Sexual Assault Cases” by Jonathan P. Tomes & Michael I. Spak, “The Transformation of Article 32: Why and What?” by Jonathan Lurie, “Individuals with Differences in Sex Development: Consult to Colombia Constitutional Court Regarding Sex and Gender” by Hazel Glenn Beh & Milton Diamond, and “Who are the Mothers Who Need Safe Haven Laws? An Empirical Investigation of Mothers Who Kill, Abandon, or Safely Surrender Their Newborns” by Diane S. Kaplan. Comment includes “The State of Microfinance Reform in Modern Jamaica: Cultural Barriers, Clientelism, Disparate Lending Practices, and the Forgotten Female Entrepreneur” by Courtney A. Hollander.
Articles include “Military Sexual Assault: A Comparative Legal Analysis of the 2012 Department of Defense Report on Sexual Assault in the Military: What it Tells us, What it Doesn’t Tell us and How Inconsistent Statistic Gathering Inhibits Winning the “Invisible War”” by Tricia D’Ambrosio-Woodward, Esq. Comments include ““This Bitch Got Drunk and Did This to Herself:” Proposed Evidentiary Reforms to Limit “Victim Blaming” and “Perpetrator Pardoning” in Rape by Intoxication Trials in California” by Clare Carlson and “Urban Struggles: An Analysis of Title IX and Urban High School Athletic Opportunities for Girls” by Jennifer Pusch.
Articles include “Spousal Support in the 21st Century” by Judith G. McMullen, “Only in New York: The Geography of Family Law” by Barbara Stark, “Back to the Future of Regulating Abortion in the First Term” by Tracy A. Thomas, and “Marriage, “Magic Bullets,” and Medical Decision-Making: Contemporary Reflections on Themes in the Scholarship of Professor Marygold S. Melli” by Lynn D. Wardle. Essay includes “Learning by Doing: Adding a Clinical Component to a Traditional Family Law Course” by Cynthia Grant Bowman. Comment includes “The Façade of a Best Interest Standard: Moving Past the Presumption to Ensure Decisions are Made for the Right Reasons” by Jason J. Reed.
Special Symposium Issue “Transcending Gender Lines: Title IX and Transgender Rights.” Articles include “”On the Basis of Sex”: Using Title IX to Protect Transgender Students from Discrimination in Education” by Erin Buzuvis, “Gender Identity Discrimination is Sex Discrimination: Protecting Transgender Students from Bullying and Harassment Using Title IX” by Devi M. Rao, “Title IX’s Protections for Transgender Student Athletes” by Scott Skinner-Thompson & Ilona M. Turner, “Securing Equal Access to Sex-segregated Facilities for Transgender Students” by Harper Jean Tobin & Jennifer Levi, and “Protecting Transgender Students: Application of Title IX to Gender Identity or Expression and the Constitutoinal Right to Gender Autonomy” by Dr. Jillian T. Weiss. Comment includes “Approaching LGBTQ Students’ Ability to Access LGBTQ Websites In Public Schools From a First Amendment and Public Policy Perspective” by Jacob Colling.
Special Issue in Memoriam Jane Larson. Preface by Gerald Torres: “Law and the Creation of Meaning: A Brief Reflection on the Work of Jane Larson”. Introduction by Elizabeth Mertz: “Jane Larson’s Sociological Jurisprudence”. Articles include “”Facts are Stubborn Things:” Irregular Housing in the Texas Colonias” by Guadalupe T. Luna and “Burma Just Around the Corner: When U.S. Corporations Employ Refugees” by Christyne J. Vachon. Essays include “”Your Work Will Be Your Most Faithful Mistress:” Thoughts on Work-Life Balance Occasioned by the Loss of Professor Jane Larson” by Michelle Oberman, “Feminism and the Uses of History: An Essay on the Legacy of Jane E. Larson” by Cynthia Grant Bowman and “The Legacy of Jane Larson: The Politics of Practicality and Surprise” by Martha M. Ertman.
Article Notification and Risk Management for Victims of Domestic Violence by Jaime Kay Dahlstedt Comments The Ninth Amendment: Textual Support for Marriage Freedom by Scott Rosenow The Human Cost of Self-Deportation: How Attrition through Enforcement …