This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Journal of Gender Race & Justice. The vision of the law journal founders was dedicated to exploring the promise and the failures of our legal system in recognizing the many and intersectional facets of human identity, and how our identities shape our access to legal justice.
To celebrate 25 years of JGRJ, the class of 1997 is aiming to create an endowment fund to support the journal in its pursuits. The initial fundraising goal is $100,000 to accomplish this feat. Learn more about the journal's goal and consider donating to the fund here:
The University of Iowa College of Law is celebrating the 25th anniversary of Journal of Gender, Race & Justice. Started by thirteen students from the class of 1997, the guidance of Professor Pat Cain, and the financial support of alumni, the Journal has now released 25 volumes and provided experienc...