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applyingsoon

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women's rights, gender, feminist legal theory
« on: February 04, 2004, 12:56:25 PM »
anyone know what schools have programs/courses/profs on this subject? it seems to be sidelined in alot of places -- most top 10 schools i looked at have the obligatory feminist legal theory and sex discrim courses, but that's it. if anyone has any thoughts (i know about gtown's intl women's rights clinic, and it looks as if cornell might have some visiting feminist scholar programs), that would be great. i'm interested in women's rights, reproductive issues, also gender-based asylum work - i understand there's a center at hastings on this (but i'm in NYC and trying to stay). thanks!

Marnet

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Re: women's rights, gender, feminist legal theory
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2004, 11:44:59 PM »
Take a look at Rutgers School of Law in Newark,NJ...several of my friends from the city go there -- it's easily accessible by the Path. They have a strong Women's Law Program, clinic, and law journal. I think Seton Hall Law also has a program but Rutgers is known in the Women's Law arena.
Good luck!!  Go for it!