Claiming a Space in the Law School Curriculum: A Casebook on Sex-Based DiscriminationColumbia Journal of Gender and Law
AbstractThe article presents information on a law school casebook on sex-based discrimination in Columbia. It provides information that it has raised the legal issues of a law school related to traditional curriculum on women and the law that affects women law students. It informs that it focused on sex discrimination in employment to law students and graduates with using own prepared material regarding law school. It reveals that sexual interaction within the family, women and crime, and women and employment issues has been discussed in the seventh edition of the law school casebook.
Citation InformationHerma Hill Kay, Claiming a Space in the Law School Curriculum: A Casebook on Sex-Based Discrimination, 25 Colum. J. Gender & L. 54 (2013)