|2006 - Present||Professor of Law, Associate Dean for Faculty, Director of the Institute for Compliance, and Co-Director of the Institute for Law and the Humanities, Chicago-Kent College of Law|
Women's Legal History Symposium Introduction: Making History Chicago-Kent Law Review (2012)
This essay introduces the Chicago-Kent Symposium on Women's Legal History: A Global Perspective. It seeks to situate the field of women's legal history and to explore what it means to begin writing a transnational women's ...
"If You Become His Second Wife, You Are a Fool": Shifting Paradigms of the Roles, Perceptions, and Working Conditions of Legal Secretaries in Large Law Firms Studies in Law, Politics and Society (2010)
"If You Become His Second Wife, You Are a Fool": Shifting Paradigms of the Roles, Perceptions, and Working Conditions of Legal Secretaries in Large Law Firms, 52 Studies in Law, Politics and Society 169 (2010).
Domestic Disorders: Suffrage and New York's Constitutional Convention of 1867 ConLawNOW
In this essay, Felice Batlan discusses New York State’s Constitutional Convention of 1867. She argues that it is (at least in part) the outcome of this convention and the antagonisms that it created that further ...
Contributions to Books (2)
Are We Our Mother's Law Students?: Women's Law School Experiences and an Agenda for Action Edith House Lectures (2009)
Felice J. Batlan delivered the University of Georgia School of Law's 27th Edith House Lecture on March 2, 2009 at 3:30 p.m. in the Larry Walker Room of Dean Rusk Hall. Dr. Batlan discussed the ...