The Journal is committed to providing a forum for alternative
voices to be heard in legal discourse. As one of the leading women's law
journals in the nation, we are especially interested in publishing pieces that
recognize the unique concerns of communities that traditionally have been
denied a voice in legal discourse. Thus, we seek articles, commentaries,
essays, personal narratives, works of fictions and poetry, and book reviews
that address issues of gender and that present a new and critical view on such
We offer and maintain an inclusive space for feminism, race theory, queer theory, multi-culturalism, animal rights, disability rights, language rights, international human rights, criminal defendants' rights and human rights of people in prison, among others.
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