This course examines the legal and social status of women in modern American society, law and policy relating to that status, legal tools developed to address sexual inequality, and the possibility that law both challenges and supports women’s subordination. Issues are approached intersectionally, addressing sex, race, sexual orientation and other differences simultaneously. The issue areas include: employment, family, reproduction, sexuality, violence, and equality theory.
Labor, Employment & Work;
Gender & Sexual Orientation Law;
International & Comparative Law - International Human Rights;
Interdisciplinary Courses, & Cross-Listed Courses;
Critical Race Studies;
Public Interest Law and Policy;