Volume XXVIII, No. 1 – Spring 2013

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 …

Volume XXVII, No. 3 – Fall 2012

Articles Respect for the Fundamental Notion of Fairness: The IAAF, Hyperandrogenism, and Women Athletes by Erin Elizabeth Berry The Unscientific Science of Gender Jurisprudence: Evaluating the Negative Impact of Normative Legal Language on Issues of …

Volume XXVII, No. 1 – Spring 2012

Article Claiming Disability, Reclaiming Pregnancy: A Critical Analysis of the ADA’s Pregnancy Exclusion by Sheerine Alemzadeh Comments Crisis Pregnancy Centers Should be Regulated by Consumer Protection Statute in Wisconsin by Susan Lund The Next Phase …

Volume XXVI, No. 2 – Fall 2011

Articles Eradicating the Mothering Effect: Workers and Mothers, Successfully and Simultaneously by Rona Kaufman Kitchen Commercial Surrogacy: Is Regulation Necessary to Manage the Industry? by Cara Luckey Unshackling Addiction: A Public Health Approach to Drug …

Volume XXVI, No. 1 – Spring 2011

Articles Beyond the Locker Room: Changing Narratives on Early Surgery for Intersex Children by Alison Davidian A Back Door to Individual Title IX Liability? The Implications of Fitzgerald v. Barnstable School District on the Liability …

Volume XXV, No. 2 – Fall 2010

Articles Shared Experiences, Divergent Outcomes: American Indian and Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence by Jacqueline P. Hand & David C. Koelsch No Exceptions Made: Sexual Assault Against Native American Women and the Denial of Reproductive …

Volume XXV, No. 1 – Spring 2010

Special Issue: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Edition Articles Interstate Marriage Recognition and the Right to Travel by Mark Strasser California Women: Using Federal Taxes to Put the “Community” in Community Property by Stephanie Hunter McMahon Controlling for …

Volume XXIV, No. 2 – Fall 2009

Articles Homemakers and Social Security:  Giving Credits Where Credits are Due by Laura C. Bornstein Stop the Killing:  Potential Courtroom Use of a Questionnaire that Predicts the Likelihood that a Victim of Intimate Partner Violence …

Volume XXIV, No 1. – Spring 2009

Articles The States as Laboratories for Social Experiments: A Proposal Asking President Obama to Use the National Guards as Laboratories to Reason Our Way Out of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” by Rufino Gaytan III Interstate …