The Cardozo Journal of Equal Rights and Social Justice (formerly the Journal of Law and Gender) has been a pioneering publisher of social justice-related legal scholarship for over twenty years. The Journal has distinguished itself by publishing the first and most prestigious annotated legal bibliography on current gender issues in different areas of law.
The Journal publishes three issues per year with Articles and Notes that address a broad range of gender, sexual orientation, race and diversity-based topics and reflect interdisciplinary views on the legal concerns relating to race, national origin, gender, sexuality, family and children. The Journal’s Articles and Notes cover a variety of legal topics such as employment law, health care, immigration, race relations, human rights and international law, family law, civil rights and criminal law.
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