The Cardozo Journal of Law and Gender has been a pioneer in gender-related legal scholarship for over twenty years.
The Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender began as the Cardozo Women's Law Journal, publishing its first volume in 1994. Recognizing the expansion of legal and social developments on topics such as gender, sexuality, and family law, the 2005-2006 Board sought to create a niche for these growing fields at Cardozo. Since its inception as the Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender in 2005, our Journal has stood out among related publications. The Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender is home to groundbreaking legal research, the only annotated legal bibliography of its kind and an annual Symposium covering themes such as the Innocence Project, education, religion, sexuality, marriage and the law, reproductive justice, environmental considerations for women and families in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, human trafficking, and intersex issues. Whether you are visiting our Journal to learn more about our publication, to submit articles or to read through past volumes, we welcome you and thank you for your interest.
Join us for CJLG's Spring Symposium on March 27, 2017 from 4-6:45PM!
National Lawyers Guild, Cardozo Chapter (Cardozo NLG)
In the wake of the #MuslimBan, Yeshiva University & Cardozo Law School announce they will be #SanctuaryCampus(es). #NoBanNoWall.
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President Richard M. Joel Office of the President Yeshiva University 500 West 185th Street Belfer Hall 1200 New York, NY 10033 Dear President Joel, The incoming Trump Administration ran an explicitly xenophobic, anti-immigrant presidential campaign that promises to repeal every individual immigratio...
ICYMI: Loving v. Virginia hitting the big screen! #WeAreConLawIINerds
From acclaimed writer/director Jeff Nichols, “Loving” celebrates the real-life courage and commitment of an interracial couple, Richard and Mildred Loving (J...
Women of color always at the front of social movements ✊🏾✊🏾✊🏾
See this Instagram photo by @henny_jack
Mijente – an organization that fights for la gente and justicia – is hoping to give Trump a taste of his own medicine.
Please check this out and let it warm your soul: http://saintheron.com/news/heben-nigatu-starts-carefreeblackkids2k16/
Heben Nigatu of Another Round lifts everyone's spirits with #CarefreeBlackKids.
Serena Williams Uses Historical Wimbledon Win To Fight For Social Justice
"Bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave, I am the dream and the hope of the slave."
BOW DOWN. #GOAT
For any law students feeling helpless right now, here are some key things you can do as provided by #Law4BlackLives:
This week, grim videos of the police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile dominated social media. Alton, Philando, and Delrawn Small of Brooklyn, and Henry Green from Ohio are among the latest Black people killed by police in a daily and brutal pattern of anti-Black state violence. People...
We. Love. This.
Using the #WhatIReallyReallyWant hashtag, share a photo of yourself holding up what YOU really, really want for girls and women… In 2015 world leaders promis...
Closest thing on Earth to paradise? Maybe.
Taking care of yourself is especially important in times like these:
This is not a complete list and feel free to suggest anything. I recognize that I hold privilege for having the time and energy to put this together, and hope that my footprint in the world leads to...
For all those - especially QTPOC and WOC - who are told they are too much, too bitter, and need to change their tone:
On Policing Individual Responses to Societal Trauma
Philando Castile Was a Role Model to Hundreds of Kids
The police shooting victim memorized the names of 500 students and their food allergies
TW: Disturbing images.
In a week full of killings, racial justice feels elusive.
Congratulations to our new Board!
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Sexual Abuse of Children in New York State
A panel of distinguished guest speakers will discuss who and what blocks the NY Child Victims Act, a bill in the NY legislature that would protect children by identifying perpetrators protected by institutions, often placed in contact with children. The bill would reform the current Statutes of Limitation that deny victims the right to bring a case to court after age 23.
When: Sunday, March 13, 2016 from 3 PM to 5:30 PM
Where: Cardozo Law School Moot Court Room, Corner of Fifth Ave. and 12th St., Manhattan.
Jennifer Haselberger, JCL, PhD is a canon lawyer who resigned as the former top legal counsel for the Archdiocese of Minneapolis-St. Paul and spoke publicly about her concerns over the way the diocese was handling recent cases of abuse. She was honored by CTA at the 2015 national conference. Her story is one of courage.
Marci Hamilton is a nationally renowned professor of constitutional law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Professor Hamilton is also an author and lecturer on the protection of vulnerable children from institutions, and a national leader and advocate for legislative reform of the statute of limitations. Her story is one of commitment to children.
Assemblywoman Margaret Markey, Queens, the sponsor of the NY Child Victims Act.
Senator Bradford Hoylman, Chelsea, the sponsor of the bill in the Senate.
Special Appearance by Spotlight actor Neal Huff
(Portrayed Boston activist victim/survivor, Phil Saviano)
Please join us!
The governor of South Dakota vetoed a bill that would require transgender students at public schools to use restrooms matching their sex at birth. Similar bills are being proposed in other states.
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard must decide Tuesday on HB 1008, a bill that would restrict which restrooms transgender students can use at school.
Governor Cuomo is calling for the New York State legislature to pass a 12 week family leave act, this would allow workers to take paid leave in the event that they have a sick relative or are new parents. http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/gov-cuomo-calls-legislature-pass-family-leave-act-article-1.2496186
Expressing remorse that he did not spend more time at the end with his dying father, an emotional Gov.
Thank you to all the panelists and guests that came out to the Symposium on Thursday! Hope everyone had a great night!
Panel #1 is underway!
Please feel free to stop by the table on the Fifth avenue side of the lobby for a moment of silence, light a candle, or sign the memorial book
Please join us for our symposium on November 19. We will be hosting panels regarding the legal issues behind the current global refugee crisis.
Many Transgender People still struggle to get legal name and gender change
Many in the transgender community face daunting discrimination when trying to achieve the same feat.
Tony giving his bluebook prep on abbreviations!
Congratulations to our new board!
Tomorrow (April 28) the Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments on Obergefell v. Hodges where the court will be ruling on Marriage Equality. Read all about it: http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2015/04/27/3651138/four-things-watch-tomorrows-marriage-equality-hearing-supreme-court/
The question of how the Court's opinion is drafted is almost as important as what result it ultimately reaches.
Same-Sex Marriages Proceed in Alabama as State Judge’s Order Is Defied #equality http://www.nytimes.com/2015/02/10/us/alabama-supreme-court-same-sex-marriages.html?_r=0
The court denied the Alabama attorney general’s request to extend a hold on a judge’s ruling overturning the state’s ban on gay marriage, as gay couples gathered outside courthouses across the state.
Saudi frees women's rights activist #equalrights http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2015/02/02/Saudi-frees-women-s-rights-activist-Suad-al-Shammary.html
A woman who co-founded the Saudi Liberal Network Internet discussion group with blogging activist
Pregnant, and No Civil Rights #women #civilrights http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/08/opinion/pregnant-and-no-civil-rights.html?_r=2
Anti-abortion measures are used to control childbirth decisions.
Appeals Court Upholds Same-Sex Marriage Ban #equality http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/07/us/appeals-court-upholds-same-sex-marriage-ban.html?_r=0
A ruling by the federal appeals court in Cincinnati breaks ranks with other courts, setting up the prospect of Supreme Court review.
Join us for our Symposium tomorrow evening at 5:30pm in the Moot Court Room of Cardozo School of Law.
Should Black and Hispanic Men Be Banned From Chatting Up White Feminist Women #nytimes #quality http://dailycaller.com/2014/11/02/new-york-times-should-black-and-hispanic-men-be-banned-from-chatting-up-white-feminist-women/
By now, you've probably seen the viral video in which the frumpy woman with the Flashdance hair walks around the streets of New York City getting catcalled. The hidden-camera video was released las
Texas abortion clinics stay open #SupremeCourt http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/15/us/supreme-court-allows-texas-abortion-clinics-to-stay-open.html
#SupremeCourt #equality http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/07/us/denying-review-justices-clear-way-for-gay-marriage-in-5-states.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&version=BannerSubHedSumLargeMedia&module=a-lede-package-region®ion=top-news&WT.nav=top-news&_r=0
The Supreme Court’s decision was a major surprise and suggests that the justices are not going to intercede in the wave of decisions in favor of same-sex marriage at least until a federal appeals court upholds a state ban.
India's first transgender news anchor #equality http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-29357630
Padmini Prakash is India's first transgender to anchor a daily television news show and she is creating a stir, writes Imran Qureshi in Bangalore.
15 yr old boy comments on E Watson #UN http://www.buzzfeed.com/alanwhite/this-15-year-old-boys-letter-to-the-telegraph-about-emma-wat#2k77gls
Ed Holtom's pithy thoughts on feminism are getting a lot of Twitter love, not without good reason.
All of our Staff Editors hard at work during the last day of Work Week!
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