Aziza Ahmed, Feminist Legal Theory and Praxis after Dobbs: Science, Evidence, and Expertise
Aya Gruber, The Critique of Carceral Feminism
I. India Thusi, Ne Nya Sexpuritanerna
Patrice D. Douglass, Deterritorializing Abortion: Gender, Law, and Procedure
Sarah Deer, Feminist Jurisprudence in Tribal Courts: An Untapped Opportunity
Catharine A. MacKinnon, A Feminist Defense of Transgender Sex Equality RIghts
Greta LaFleur, At the Crossroads of Theory and Practice
Keina Yoshida, Strategic Human Rights Litigation: A Feminist Reflection
Kate D'Adamo, Feminism, Legal Activism, and Sex Work: Reconciling to Move Forward
BeKura W. Shabazz & Lisa Sangoi, Black Feminist Thought Grounds and Centers us: A Reflection by Two Activists and Legal Workers
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