AALS Workshop for Women in Legal Education

 

Getting Unstuck .. Without Coming Unglued

October 1-2, 1999

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

Compiled by

Sara Robbins, Law Librarian and Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School

and

Maria Okonska, Electronic Access Specialist, Brooklyn Law School

 

The importance of the subject of this workshop, the roles of and the opportunities for women in legal academia, was recently underscored by events at Florida State University College of Law, where five women faculty members resigned their positions because of the inhospitable atmosphere. This was (and is) not a unique situation, as described in a very timely article by Linda R. Hirshman, Battle of the Sexes in Law Schools (Nat. L.J., Aug. 23, 1999, at A20). In this article, Prof. Hirshman puts women lawyers on notice that dreams of a better life in legal academe may not be the reality. She describes the environments faced by many women law faculty and the difficulties they face by virtue of their gender, their choices in scholarship and teaching areas, and their status within institutions. Because of these concerns, and following two critical reports issued by the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, the ABA Section of Legal Education's Diversity Committee will focus on the issue of "gender" this year.

 

We prepared this bibliography at the request of Elizabeth Schneider, Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School and Chair of the Planning Committee, Workshop for Women in Legal Education, to provide perspective and guidance to participants in this workshop. This bibliography includes literature addressing the various topics of the workshop, including:

 

                      career choices

                      new forms/techniques of scholarship and teaching

                      tenure and other status issues

                      work/family conflicts

                      marginalization

                      gender/racial bias

 


Once we began our work, though, we found ourselves in the midst of a massive undertaking that could conceivably involve much more time than we had available to us. Consequently we set two major limits on our efforts. First, we sought to identify works on a selected group of topics relevant to the workshop. Second, we sought to identify primarily works by women about women. We also tried to include articles which discuss experiences of law teachers of color (written by both women and men). We have not included general works on feminist or other critical theory since that would have made the bibliography too large. The result is an extensive, but by no means comprehensive bibliography. We regret that some relevant items may be missing, whether by virtue of our arbitrary limits or through unintentional omissions.

 

The bibliography is organized primarily by type of material. The major sections are: law review articles; symposia issues of law reviews; books; reports, hearings and selections from books; Internet resources; and bibliographies.

 

The topics selected for inclusion are: status issues and experiences of women law professors, gender/race issues as they affect legal academia, pedagogy (curriculum and teaching issues), and comparative perspectives. The breakdown of these topics is reflected in the law review articles section because of its large quantity of items. The remaining sections are not broken down at all.

 

We hope that you will find this bibliography useful in your efforts to "unstick" your careers and expand your opportunities in legal education.

 


LAW REVIEW ARTICLES

 

 

STATUS AND EXPERIENCES OF WOMEN LAW PROFESSORS

 

 

Kathryn Abrams, Hiring Women, 14 S. Ill. U. L.J. 487 (1990).

Anita L. Allen, On Being a Role Model, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 22 (1991).

Marina Angel, Women in Legal Education: What It's Like to Be Part of a Perpetual First Wave or the Case of the Disappearing Women, 61 Temp. L. Rev. 799 (1988).

Susan B. Apel, Gender and Invisible Work: Musings of a Woman Law Professor, 31 U.S.F. L. Rev. 993 (1997).

Margalynne Armstrong, Meditations on Being Good, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 43 (1991).

Maureen J. Arrigo-Ward, Hierarchy Maintained: Status and Gender Issues in Legal Writing Programs, 70 Temp. L. Rev. 117 (1997).

Association of American Law Schools, Report of the AALS Special Committee on Tenure & Tenuring Process, 42 J. Legal Educ. 477 (1992).

Regina Austin, Sapphire Bound!, 1989 Wis. L. Rev. 539

Taunya Lovell Banks, Two Life Stories: Reflections of One Black Woman Law Professor, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 46 (1991).

Erin Barnes & Karen Martin Dean, Women Making Waves: A Celebration of 25 Years of Women at Vermont Law School: Introduction, 23 Vt. L. Rev. 283 (1998).

Robin D. Barnes, Black Women Law Professors and Critical Self-Consciousness: A Tribute to Professor Denise S. Carty-Bennia, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 57 (1991).

Kathleen S. Bean, Gender Bias in the Classroom, 38 J. Legal Educ. 137 (1988).

Kathleen S. Bean, The Gender Gap in the Law School Classroom - Beyond Survival, 14 Vt. L. Rev. 23 (1989).

Mary E. Becker, Questions Women (and Men) Should Ask When Selecting a Law School, 11 Wis. Women's L.J. 417 (1997).

Susan J. Becker, Advice for the New Law Professor: A View From the Trenches, 42 J. Legal Educ. 432 (1992).


Derrick A. Bell, Application of the "Tipping" Point Principle to Law Faculty Hiring Policies, 10 Nova L.J. 319 (1986).

Leslie Bender, For Mary Joe Frug: Empowering Women Law Professors, 6 Wis. Women's L.J. 1 (1991).

Marilyn J. Berger & Kari A. Robinson, Woman's Ghetto Within the Legal Profession, 8 Wis. Women's L.J. 71 (1992-1993).

Anita Bernstein, A Letter to a Female Colleague, 68 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 317 (1992).

Leigh Bienen et al., Sex Discrimination in the Universities: Faculty Problems and No Solution, Women's Rts. L. Rep. March 1975, at 3 (1975).

Robert J. Borthwick & Jordan R. Schau, Note, Gatekeepers of the Profession: An Empirical Profile of the Nation's Law Professors, 25 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 191 (1991).

Cynthia Grant Bowman, Biographical Essay: Women and the Legal Profession, 7 Am. U. J. Gender & L. 149 (1998).

Susan Boyle, Teaching Law As If Women Really Mattered, or What About Washrooms?, 2 Canadian J. Women & L. 96 (1986).

Alice Gresham Bullock, A Dean's Role in Supporting Recruitment of Minority Faculty, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 347 (1991).

Sherri L. Burr, Reflections on a Scholarly Agenda for the Beginning Law Professor, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 155 (1991).

Shirley Raissi Bysiewicz, 1972 AALS Questionnaire on Women in Legal Education, 25 J. Legal Educ. 503 (1973).

Stephen L. Carter, Academic Tenure and the "White Male Standard": Some Lessons From the Patent Law, 100 Yale L.J. 2065 (1991).

Richard H. Chused, Faculty Parenthood: Law School Treatment of Pregnancy and Child Care, 35 J. Legal Educ. 568 (1985).

Richard H. Chused, The Hiring and Retention of Minorities and Women on American Law School Faculties, 137 U. Pa. L. Rev. 537 (1988).

Mary L. Clark, Founding of the Washington College of Law: The First Law School Established by Women for Women, 47 Am. U. L. Rev. 613 (1998).

Marcia S. Cohen, Sex Discrimination in Academic Employment: Judicial Deference and a Stricter Standard, 36 Lab. L.J. 67 (1985).

Christine Godsil Cooper, Title VII in the Academy: Barriers to Equality for Faculty Women, 16 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 975 (1983).

Karen Czapanskiy, Anti-Harassment: Building Law School Policies, 4 Md. J. Contemp. Legal Issues 163 (1993).

Karen Czapanskiy & Jana B. Singer, Women in the Law School: It's Time for More Change, 7 Law & Ineq. J. 135 (1988).

Pamela Edwards, Teaching Legal Writing As Women's Work: Life on the Fringes of the Academy, 4 Cardozo Women's L.J. 75 (1997).

James R. Elkins, On the Significance of Women in Legal Education, 7 Am. Legal Stud. Ass'n F. 290 (1983).

Cynthia Fuchs Epstein et al., Glass Ceilings and Open Doors: Women's Advancement in the Legal Profession, 64 Fordham L. Rev. 291 (1995).

Nancy S. Erickson, Legal Education: The Last Academic Bastion of Sex Bias?, 10 Nova L.J. 457 (1988).

Leslie G. Espinoza, Labeling Scholarship: Recognition or Barrier to Legitimacy, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 197 (1991).

Leslie G. Espinoza, Masks and Other Disguises: Exposing Legal Academia, 103 Harv. L. Rev. 1878 (1990).

Christine Haight Farley, Confronting Expectations: Women in the Legal Academy, 8 Yale J.L. & Feminism 333 (1996).

James J. Faught, The Status of Women Faculty in Illinois Law Schools, 74 Ill. B.J. 452 (1986).

Martha L. A. Fineman, The New 'Tokenism', 23 Vt. L. Rev. 289 (1998).

Lucinda M Finley, Women's Experience in Legal Education: Silencing and Alienation, 1 Legal Educ. Rev. 101 (1989).

Valerie Fontaine, Progress Report: Women and People of Color in Legal Education and the Legal Profession, 6 Hastings Women's L.J. 27 (1995).

Donna Fossum, Law and the Sexual Integration of Institutions: The Case of American Law Schools, 7 Am. Legal Stud. Ass'n F. 222 (1983).

Donna Fossum, Law Professors: A Profile of the Teaching Branch of the Legal Profession, 1980 Am. B. Found. Res. J. 501

Donna Fossum, Women Law Professors, 1980 Am. B. Found. Res. J. 903

Paula A. Franzese & C.M.A. McCauliff, The Community of Law Teachers and Scholars Expands: Guideposts for New Faculty, 22 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1375 (1992).

Paula Gaber, "Just Trying to Be Human in This Place": The Legal Education of Twenty Women, 10 Yale J.L. & Feminism 165 (1998).

Marsha Garrison et al., Succeeding in Law School: A Comparison of Women's Experiences at Brooklyn Law School and the University of Pennsylvania, 3 Mich. J. Gender & L. 515 (1996).

Angela D. Gilmore, It Is Better to Speak, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 74 (1991).

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Women's Work: The Place of Women in Law Schools, 32 J. Legal Educ. 272 (1982).

James Gordley, Mere Brilliance: The Recruitment of Law Professors in the United States, 41 Am. J. Comp. L. 367 (1993).

Robert Granfield, Contextualizing the Different Voice: Women, Occupational Goals, and Legal Education, 16 Law & Pol'y 1 (1994).

Linda S. Greene, Serving the Community: Aspiration and Abyss for the Law Professor of Color, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 297 (1991).

Linda S. Greene, Tokens, Role Models & Pedagogical Politics: Lamentations of an African American Female Law Professor, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 81 (1991).

Trina Grillo, Tenure and Minority Women Law Professors: Separating the Standards, 31 U.S.F. L. Rev. 747 (1997).

Lani Guinier et al., Becoming Gentlemen: Women's Experiences at One Ivy League Law School, 143 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1 (1994).

Lani Guinier, Of Gentlemen and Role Models, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 81 (1991).

Phoebe A. Haddon, Academic Freedom and Governance: A Call for Increased Dialogue and Diversity, 66 Tex. L. Rev. 1561 (1988).

Angela P. Harris, Women of Color in Legal Education: Representing La Mestiza, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 107 (1991).

Cheryl I. Harris, Law Professors of Color and the Academy: Of Poets and Kings, 68 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 331 (1992).

Geoffrey Hazard, Curriculum Structure and Faculty Structure, 35 J. Legal Educ. 326 (1985).


Cynthia L. Hill, Sexual Bias in the Law School Classroom: One Student's Perspective, 38 J. Legal Educ. 603 (1988).

Linda R. Hirshman, Nobody in Here but Us Chickens: Legal Education and the Virtues of the Ruler, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1905 (1993).

Suzanne Homer & Lois Schwartz, Admitted but Not Accepted: Outsiders Take an Inside Look at Law School, 5 Berkeley Women's L.J. 1 (1990).

Alica D. Jacobs, Women in Law School: Structural Constraints and Personal Choice in Formation of Professional Identity, 24 J. Legal Educ. 462 (1972).

James E. Jones, Jr., The Rewards of the Academic Life, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 231 (1991).

James E. Jones, Jr., Warning: Community Service May Be Dangerous to a Teacher's Academic Health, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 337 (1991).

Emma Coleman Jordan, Images of Black Women in the Legal Academy: An Introduction, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 1 (1991).

Emma Coleman Jordan, Nepenthe, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 113 (1991).

Herma Hill Kay, The Future of Women Law Professors, 77 Iowa L. Rev. 5 (1991).

Herma Hill Kay, Historical Observations: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, 60 N.Y. St. B.J. 12 (1988).

Herma Hill Kay, The Need for Self-Imposed Quotas in Academic Employment, 1979 Wash. U. L.Q. 137

Judith S. Kaye, A Prologue in the Guise of an Epilogue, 57 Fordham L. Rev. 995 (1989).

Joan M. Krauskopf, Touching the Elephant: Perceptions of Gender Issues in Nine Law Schools, 44 J. Legal Educ. 311 (1994).

Sylvia A. Law, Good Intentions Are Not Enough: An Agenda on Gender for Law School Deans, 77 Iowa L. Rev. 79 (1991).

Charles R. Lawrence, III, The Word and the River: Pedagogy As Scholarship As Struggle, 65 S. Cal. L. Rev. 2231 (1992).

Judith A. Mazia & Nancy de Ita, Sex Discrimination in Academia: Representing the Female Faculty Plaintiff, 9 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 481 (1978-1979).

Sheila McIntyre, Gender Bias Within the Law School: 'The Memo' and Its Impact, 2 Canadian J. Women & L. 362 (1987).

Robert B. McKay, Women and the Liberation of Legal Education, 57 Women Law. J. 139 (1971).

Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Excluded Voices: New Voices in the Legal Profession Making New Voices in the Law, 42 U. Miami L. Rev. 29 (1987).

Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Exploring a Research Agenda of the Feminization of the Legal Profession: Theories of Gender and Social Change, 14 Law & Soc. Inquiry 289 (1989).

Deborah Jones Merritt et al., Family, Place, and Career: The Gender Paradox in Law School Hiring, 1993 Wis. L. Rev. 395

Deborah Jones Merritt, Research and Teaching on Law Faculties: An Empirical Exploration, 73 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 765 (1998).

Deborah Jones Merritt, Scholarly Influence in a Diverse Legal Academy: Race, Sex, and Citation Counts, __ J. Legal Stud. __ (2000).

Deborah Jones Merritt, The Status of Women on Law School Faculties: Recent Trends in Hiring, U. Ill. L. Rev. 93 (1995).

Deborah Jones Merritt & Melanie Putnam, Judges and Scholars: Do Courts and Scholarly Journals Cites the Same Law Review Articles? 71 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 871 (1996).

Deborah Jones Merritt & Barbara F. Reskin, The Double Minority: Empirical Evidence of a Double Standard in Law School Hiring of Minority Women, 65 S. Cal. L. Rev. 2299 (1992).

Deborah Jones Merritt & Barbara F. Reskin, Sex, Race, and Credentials: The Truth About Affirmative Action in Law Faculty Hiring, 97 Colum. L. Rev. 199 (1997).

Stephen L. Mikochik, Law Schools and Disabled Faculty: Toward a Meaningful Opportunity to Teach, 41 J. Legal Educ. 351 (1991).

Beverly I. Moran, Quantum Leap: A Black Woman Uses Legal Education to Obtain Her Honorary White Pass, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 118 (1991).

R. F. Moran, The Implications of Being a Society of One, 20 U.S.F. L. Rev. 503 (1986).

Denise C. Morgan, Role Models: Who Needs Them Anyway?, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 122 (1991).

Lynn S. Muster, A Proposal for the Hire and Tenure of Faculty of Color in Higher Education, 20 T. Marshall L. Rev. 45 (1994).

Odeana R. Neal, The Making of a Law Teacher, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 128 (1991).

Johnny C. Parker & Linda C. Parker, Affirmative Action: Protecting the Untenured Minority Professor During Extreme Financial Exigency, 17 N.C. Cent. L.J. 119 (1988).

Teresa Godwin Phelps, Narratives of Disobedience: Breaking/Changing the Law, 40 J. Legal Educ. 133 (1990).

Toni Pickard, Experience As Teacher: Discovering the Politics of Law Teaching, 33 U. Toronto L.J. 279 (1983).

Deborah Waire Post, Critical Thoughts About Race, Exclusion, Oppression & Tenure, 15 Pace L. Rev. 69 (1994).

Deborah Waire Post, Reflections on Identity, Diversity and Morality, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 136 (1991).

Norman Redlich, Law School Faculty Hiring Under Title VII: How a Judge Might Decide a Disparate Impact Case, 41 J. Legal Educ. 135 (1991).

Judith A. Resnik, Visible on "Women's Issues", 77 Iowa L. Rev. 41 (1991).

Deborah L. Rhode, Gender and Professional Roles, 63 Fordham L. Rev. 39 (1994).

Deborah L. Rhode, The "No-Problem" Problem: Feminist Challenges and Cultural Change, 100 Yale L.J. 1731 (1991).

Deborah L. Rhode, Perspectives on Professional Women, 40 Stan. L. Rev. 1163 (1988).

Deborah L. Rhode, The "Woman's Point of View", 38 J. Legal Educ. 39 (1988).

E. R. Robert & M. F. Winter, Sex-Role and Success in Law School, 29 J. Legal Educ. 449 (1978).

Jennifer M. Russell, Introduction On Being a Gorilla in Your Midst, or, the Life of One Blackwoman in the Legal Academy, 28 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 259 (1993).

Robert F. Seibel, Do Deans Discriminate?: An Examination of Lower Salaries Paid to Women Clinical Teachers, 6 UCLA Women's L.J. 541 (1996).

Faith Seidenberg, A Neglected Minority - Women in Law School, 10 Nova L.J. 843 (1986).

Linda O. Smiddy, 25 Years of Women Making Waves at Vermont Law School, 23 Vt. L. Rev. 285 (1998).

Ellen K. Solender, The Story of a Self-Effacing Feminist Law Professor, 4 Am. U. J. Gender & L. 249 (1995).

Geoffrey R. Stone, Controversial Scholarship and Faculty Appointments: A Dean's View, 77 Iowa L. Rev. 73 (1991).


Rennard Strickland, Scholarship in the Academic Circus or the Balancing Act at the Minority Side Show, 20 U.S.F. L. Rev. 491 (1986).

Eleanor Swift, The Battle for Tenure, Radcliffe Q. , Dec. 1990, at 25.

Eleanor Swift, Becoming a Plaintiff, 4 Berkeley Women's L.J. 245 (1990).

Lee E. Teitelbaum et al., Gender, Legal Education and Legal Careers, 41 J. Legal Educ. 443 (1991).

Margaret Thornton, Discord in the Legal Academy: The Case of the Feminist Scholar, 3 Austl. Feminist L.J. 53 (1994).

Carl Tobias, Engendering Law Faculties, 44 U. Miami L. Rev. 1143 (1990).

Jillian Triggs, Women Legal Academics: A Room of One's Own, 23 Law Soc. J. 778 (1978).

Vincene Verdun & Vernellia R Randall, The Hollow Piercing Scream: An Ode for Black Faculty in the Tenure Canal, 7 Hastings Women's L.J. 133 (1996).

Brenda Waugh, A Theory of Employment Discrimination, 40 J. Legal Educ. 113 (1990).

D. Kelly Weisberg, Women in Law School Teaching: Problems and Progress, 30 J. Legal Educ. 226 (1979).

Martha S. West, Gender Bias in Academic Robes: The Law's Failure to Protect Women Faculty, 67 Temp. L. Rev. 67 (1994).

Richard A. White, The Gender and Minority Composition of New Law Teachers and AALS Faculty Appointments Register Candidates, 44 J. Legal Educ. 424 (1994).

Adrien Katherine Wing, Brief Reflections Toward a Multiplicative Theory and Praxis of Being, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 181 (1991).

Christine M. Wiseman, The Legal Education of Women: From "Treason Against Nature" to Sounding a "Different Voice", 74 Marq. L. Rev. 325 (1991).

K. C. Worden, Overshooting the Target: A Feminist Deconstruction of Legal Education, 34 Am. U. L. Rev. 1141 (1985).

Elyce H. Zenoff & Kathryn V. Lorio, What We Know, What We Think We Know, and What We Don't Know About Women Law Professors, 25 Ariz. L. Rev. 869 (1983).

 

 

 

RACE AND GENDER ISSUES


Marcela Huaita Alegre, Integrating Gender into Legal Education: The Obstacles, Challenges, and Possibilities, 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 279 (1999).

Anita L. Allen, On Being a Role Model, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 22 (1991).

Lori B. Andrews, Another View: The Myth of "Women's Law" , 5 Update L.-Related Educ. 58 (1981).

Frances Lee Ansley, Race and the Core Curriculum in Legal Education, 79 Cal. L. Rev. 1511 (1991).

Margalynne Armstrong, Meditations on Being Good, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 43 (1991).

Milner S. Ball, The Legal Academy and Minority Scholars, 103 Harv. L. Rev. 1855 (1990).

Taunya Lovell Banks, Two Life Stories: Reflections of One Black Woman Law Professor, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 46 (1991).

Taunya Lovell Banks & Leonard Gross, Gender Bias in the Classroom, 14 S. Ill. U. L.J. 527 (1990).

Lorraine K. Bannai & Marie Eaton, Fostering Diversity in the Legal Profession: A Model for Preparing Minority and Other Non-Traditional Students for Law Schools, 31 U.S.F. L. Rev. 821 (1997).

Robin D. Barnes, Black Women Law Professors and Critical Self-Consciousness: A Tribute to Professor Denise S. Carty-Bennia, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 57 (1991).

Derrick A. Bell, Application of the "Tipping" Point Principle to Law Faculty Hiring Policies, 10 Nova L.J. 319 (1986).

Derrick A. Bell, Law School Exams and Minority-Group Students, 7 Black L.J. 304 (1985).

Derrick A. Bell, Strangers in Academic Paradise: Law Teachers of Color in Still White Schools, 20 U.S.F. L. Rev. 385 (1986).

Roy L. Brooks, Affirmative Action in Law Teaching, 14 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 15 (1992).

Roy L. Brooks, Anti-Minority Mindset in the Law School Personnel Process: Toward an Understanding of Racial Mindsets, 5 Law & Ineq. J. 1 (1987).

Roy L. Brooks, Life After Tenure: Can Minority Law Professors Avoid the Clyde Ferguson Syndrome?, 20 U.S.F. L. Rev. 419 (1986).

Roy L. Brooks & Mary Jo Newborn, Critical Race Theory and Classical-Liberal Civil Rights Scholarship: A Distinction Without a Difference?, 82 Cal. L. Rev. 787 (1994).


Alice Gresham Bullock, A Dean's Role in Supporting Recruitment of Minority Faculty, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 347 (1991).

Enrique R. Carrasco, Who Are We?, 19 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 331 (1998).

Gilbert Paul Carrasco, Effecting Social Change Through Legal Scholarship, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 161 (1991).

Stephen L. Carter, Academic Tenure and the "White Male Standard": Some Lessons From the Patent Law, 100 Yale L.J. 2065 (1991).

Pat K. Chew, Asian Americans in the Legal Academy: An Empirical and Narrative Profile, 3 Asian L.J. 7 (1996).

Pat K. Chew, Constructing Our Selves/Our Families: Comments on Lat/Crit Theory, 19 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 297 (1998).

Richard H. Chused, The Hiring and Retention of Minorities and Women on American Law School Faculties, 137 U. Pa. L. Rev. 537 (1988).

Robert J. Cottrol, Legal Scholarship and Interdisciplinary Inquiry: A Compelling Combination for Minority Scholars, 38 Loy. L. Rev. 83 (1992).

Jerome McCristal Culp, Jr., Autobiography and Legal Scholarship and Teaching: Find the Me in the Legal Academy, 77 Va. L. Rev. 539 (1991).

Jerome McCristal Culp, Jr., Firing Legal Canons and Shooting Blanks: Finding a Neutral Way in the Law, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 185 (1991).

Jerome McCristal Culp, Jr., Posner on Duncan Kennedy and Racial Difference: White Authority in the Legal Academy, 41 Duke L.J. 1095 (1993).

Jerome McCristal Culp, Jr., Telling a Black Legal Story: Privilege, Authenticity, "Blunders", and Transformation in Outsider Narratives, 82 Va. L. Rev. 69 (1996).

Jerome McCristal Culp, Jr., Toward a Black Legal Scholarship: Race and Original Understandings, 1991 Duke L.J. 39

Jerome McCristal Culp, Jr., Water Buffalo and Diversity: Naming Names and Reclaiming the Racial Discourse, 26 Conn. L. Rev. 209 (1993).

Jerome McCristal Culp, Jr., You Can Take Them to Water but You Can't Make Them Drink: Black Legal Scholars and White Legal Scholarship, 1992 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1021 (1992).

Richard Delgado, The Imperial Scholar Revisited: How to Marginalize Outsider Writing, Ten Years Later, 140 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1349 (1992).


Richard Delgado & Derrick A. Bell, Minority Law Professors' Lives: The Bell-Delgado Survey, 24 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 349 (1989).

Maureen Ebben & Norma Guerra Gaier, Telling Stories, Telling Self: Using Narrative to Uncover Latinas' Voices and Agency in the Legal Profession, 19 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 243 (1998).

Leslie G. Espinoza, Labeling Scholarship: Recognition or Barrier to Legitimacy, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 197 (1991).

Valerie Fontaine, Progress Report: Women and People of Color in Legal Education and the Legal Profession, 6 Hastings Women's L.J. 27 (1995).

Ann E. Freedman, Feminist Legal Method in Action: Challenging Racism, Sexism and Homophobia in Law School, 24 Ga. L. Rev. 849 (1990).

Myron Gochnauer & W. G. Ling, Toward Jerusalem: Women's Diversity and Legal Education, 45 U.N.B. L.J. 231 (1996).

Linda S. Greene, Serving the Community: Aspiration and Abyss for the Law Professor of Color, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 297 (1991).

Linda S. Greene, Tokens, Role Models & Pedagogical Politics: Lamentations of an African American Female Law Professor, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 81 (1991).

Trina Grillo, Tenure and Minority Women Law Professors: Separating the Standards, 31 U.S.F. L. Rev. 747 (1997).

Trina Grillo & Stephanie M. Wildman, Obscuring the Importance of Race: The Implication of Making Comparisons Between Racism and Sexism (or Other -Isms), 1991 Duke L.J. 397

Lani Guinier, Of Gentlemen and Role Models, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 93 (1991).

Phoebe A. Haddon, Redefining Our Roles in the Battle for Inclusion of People of Color in Legal Education; Keynote Address, 31 New. Eng. L. Rev. 709 (1997).

Andrew W. Haines, Community Service During the Final Application for Tenure: A Vignette, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 331 (1991).

Andrew W. Haines, Reflections on Minority Law Professors Balancing Their Duties and Their Personal Commitments to Community Service and Academic Duties, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 305 (1991).

Andrew W. Haines, The Ritual of the Minority Law Teachers Conference: The History and Analysis of the Totemic Gathering of the Shaman to Reconsecrate the Tribal Totem of Law School, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 393 (1991).


Portia Y. T. Hamlar, Minority Tokenism in American Law Schools, 26 How. L.J. 443 (1983).

Angela P. Harris, Keynote Address (Women of Color at the Center: Selections From the Third National Conference on Women of Color and the Law), 43 Stan. L. Rev. 1175 (1991).

Angela P. Harris, Women of Color in Legal Education: Representing La Mestiza, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 107 (1991).

Cheryl I. Harris, Law Professors of Color and the Academy: Of Poets and Kings, 68 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 331 (1992).

Berta Esperanza Hernandez-Truyol, Building Bridges III: Personal Narratives, Incoherent Paradigms, and Plural Citizens, 19 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 303 (1998).

Elizabeth M. Iglesias, Out of the Shadow: Marking Intersections in and Between Asian Pacific American Critical Legal Scholarship and Latina/o Critical Legal Theory, 40 B.C. L. Rev. 349 (1998).

Alex M. Johnson, Jr., New Voice of Color, 100 Yale L.J. 2007 (1991).

Nathaniel R. Jones, Why Be a Minority Professor of Law, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 431 (1991).

Emma Coleman Jordan, Images of Black Women in the Legal Academy: An Introduction, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 1 (1991).

Emma Coleman Jordan, Nepenthe, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 113 (1991).

W. H. Knight, Jr., To Thine Own Self Be True -- One Person's Search for Scholarship, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 169 (1991).

Mari J. Matsuda, Affirmative Action and Legal Knowledge: Planting Seeds in Plowed-Up Ground, 11 Harv. Women's L.J. 1 (1988).

Deborah Jones Merritt, Scholarly Influence in a Diverse Legal Academy: Race, Sex, and Citation Counts, __ J. Legal Stud. __ (2000).

Deborah Jones Merritt & Barbara F. Reskin, The Double Minority: Empirical Evidence of a Double Standard in Law School Hiring of Minority Women, 65 S. Cal. L. Rev. 2299 (1992).

Deborah Jones Merritt & Barbara F. Reskin, Sex, Race, and Credentials: The Truth About Affirmative Action in Law Faculty Hiring, 97 Colum. L. Rev. 199 (1997).

Margaret E. Montoya, Mascaras, Trenzas, y Grenas: Un/Masking the Self While Un/Braiding Latina Stories and Legal Discourse, 17 Harv. Women's L.J.185, 15 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 1 (1994).


Beverly I. Moran, Quantum Leap: A Black Woman Uses Legal Education to Obtain Her Honorary White Pass, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 118 (1991).

Denise C. Morgan, Role Models: Who Needs Them Anyway?, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 122 (1991).

Odeana R. Neal, The Making of a Law Teacher, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 128 (1991).

Michael A. Olivas, The Education of Latino Lawyers: An Essay on Crop Cultivation, 14 Chicano-Latino L. Rev. 117 (1994).

Johnny C. Parker & Linda C. Parker, Affirmative Action: Protecting the Untenured Minority Professor During Extreme Financial Exigency, 17 N.C. Cent. L.J. 119 (1988).

Michael Stokes Paulsen, Reverse Discrimination and Law School Faculty Hiring: The Undiscovered Opinion, 71 Tex. L. Rev. 993 (1993).

Deborah Waire Post, Critical Thoughts About Race, Exclusion, Oppression & Tenure, 15 Pace L. Rev. 69 (1994).

Deborah Waire Post, Reflections on Identity, Diversity and Morality, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 136 (1991).

Albert T. Quick & Kent D. Lollis, Retention of Minority Professors: Dealing With the Failure to Presume Competence, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 361 (1991).

Sherene Razack, Beyond Universal Women: Reflections on Theorizing Differences Among Women, 45 U.N.B. L.J. 209 (1996).

Wilhelmina M. Reuben-Cooke, Communicating the Unspeakable and Seeing the Invisible, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 167 (1991).

Jennifer M. Russell, Introduction On Being a Gorilla in Your Midst, or, the Life of One Blackwoman in the Legal Academy, 28 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 259 (1993).

Rodney K. Smith, A Dean's Role in Supporting Minority Faculty Members, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 373 (1991).

Vincene Verdun & Vernellia R Randall, The Hollow Piercing Scream: An Ode for Black Faculty in the Tenure Canal, 7 Hastings Women's L.J. 133 (1996).

Richard A. White, The Gender and Minority Composition of New Law Teachers and AALS Faculty Appointments Register Candidates, 44 J. Legal Educ. 424 (1994).

Adrien Katherine Wing, Brief Reflections Toward a Multiplicative Theory and Praxis of Being, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 181 (1991).


Eric K. Yamamoto, Foreword: We Have Arrived, We Have Not Arrived, 3 Asian L.J. 1 (1996).

 

 

PEDAGOGY (CURRICULUM AND TEACHING)

Elliot M. Abramson, Puncturing the Myth of the Moral Intractability of Law Students: The Suggestiveness of the Work of Psychologist Lawrence Kohlberg for Ethical Training in Legal Education, 7 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 223 (1993).

Jane H. Aiken et al., The Learning Contract in Legal Education, 44 Md. L. Rev. 1047 (1985).

Larry Alexander, What We Do, and Why We Do It, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1885 (1993).

Alison Grey Anderson, Lawyering in the Classroom: An Address to First Year Students, 10 Nova L.J. 271 (1986).

Maureen J. Arrigo-Ward, How to Please Most of the People Most of the Time: Directing (or Teaching in) a First-Year Legal Writing Program, 29 Val. U. L. Rev. 557 (1995).

Beverly Balos, Learning to Teach Gender, Race, Class, and Heterosexism: Challenge in the Classroom and Clinic, 3 Hastings Women's L.J. 161 (1992).

Taunya Lovell Banks, Teaching Laws With Flaws: Adopting a Pluralistic Approach to Torts, 57 Mo. L. Rev. 443 (1992).

Katharine T. Bartlett, Teaching Values: A Dilemma, 37 J. Legal Educ. 519 (1987).

John Batt, Law, Science, and Narrative: Reflections on Brain Science, Electronic Media, Story, and Law Learning, 40 J. Legal Educ. 19 (1990).

Kathleen S. Bean, Writing Assignments in Law School Classes, 37 J. Legal Educ. 276 (1987).

Leslie Bender, A Lawyer's Primer on Feminist Theory and Tort, 38 J. Legal Educ. 3 (1988).

Barbara L. Bezdek, Reconstructing a Pedagogy of Responsibility, 43 Hastings L.J. 1159 (1992).

Barbara L. Bezdek, Reflections on the Practice of a Theory: Law, Teaching, and Social Change, 32 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 707 (1999).

Beryl Blaustone, Teaching Evidence: Storytelling in the Classroom, 41 Am. U. L. Rev. 453 (1992).

Beryl Blaustone, Training the Modern Lawyer: Incorporating the Study of Mediation into Required Law School Courses, 21 Sw. U. L. Rev. 1317 (1992).


Kate E. Bloch, A Rape Law Pedagogy, 7 Yale J.L. & Feminism 307 (1995).

Cynthia Grant Bowman & Eden Kusmiersky, Praxis and Pedagogy: Domestic Violence, 32 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 719 (1999).

Cynthia Grant Bowman & Elizabeth M. Schneider, Feminist Legal Theory, Feminist Lawmaking, and the Legal Profession, 67 Fordham L. Rev. 249 (1998).

Paul Brest & Linda Krieger, On Teaching Professional Judgment, 69 Wash. L. Rev. 527 (1994).

Siobhan Brooks, Sex Work and Feminism: Building Alliances Through a Dialogue Between Siobhan Brooks and Professor Angela Davis, 10 Hastings Women's L.J. 181 (1999).

Susan Bryant & Maria Arias, Case Study: A Battered Women's Rights Clinic: Designing a Clinical Program Which Encourages a Problem-Solving Vision of Lawyering That Empowers Clients and Community, 42 Wash. U. J. Urb. & Contemp. L. 207 (1992).

Elliot M. Burg, Clinic in the Classroom: A Step Toward Cooperation, 37 J. Legal Educ. 232 (1987).

Patricia A. Cain, Teaching Feminist Legal Theory at Texas: Listening to Difference and Exploring Connections, 38 J. Legal Educ. 165 (1988).

Enrique R. Carrasco & Kristen J. Berg, Praxis-Oriented Pedagogy: The E-Book in International Finance and Development, 32 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 733 (1999).

Jill Chaifetz, The Value of Public Service: A Model for Instilling a Pro Bono Ethic in Law School, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1695 (1993).

David W. Champagne, Improving Your Teaching: How Do Students Learn?, 83 L. Libr. J. 85 (1991).

Julie M. Cheslik, Teaching Assistants: A Study of Their Use in Law School Research and Writing Programs, 44 J. Legal Educ. 394 (1994).

Sumi Cho, Introduction to the SALT Conference, 32 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 697 (1999).

June Cicero, Piercing the Socratic Veil: Adding an Active Learning Alternative in Legal Education, 15 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 1011 (1989).

Linda Karen Clemons, Alternative Pedagogies for Minority Students, 16 T. Marshall L. Rev. 635 (1991).

Debra R. Cohen, Competent Legal Writing - a Lawyer's Professional Responsibility, 67 U. Cin. L. Rev. 491 (1999).


Liz Ryan Cole, Training the Mentor: Improving the Ability of Legal Experts to Teach Students and New Lawyers, 19 N.M. L. Rev. 163 (1989).

Mary Irene Coombs, Crime in the Stacks, or a Tale of a Text: A Feminist Response to a Criminal Law Textbook, 38 J. Legal Educ. 117 (1988).

Mary Irene Coombs & William A. Schroeder, Non-Sexist Teaching Techniques in Substantive Law Courses, 14 S. Ill. U. L.J. 507 (1990).

Christine Alice Corcos, Columbo Goes to Law School: Or, Some Thoughts on the Uses of Television in the Teaching of Law, 13 Loy. L.A. Ent. L.J. 499 (1993).

Barbara J. Cox & Mary Barnard Ray, Getting Dorothy Out of Kansas: The Importance of an Advanced Component to the Legal Writing Programs, 40 J. Legal Educ. 351 (1990).

Karen Czapanskiy, Opening Remarks From the SALT Teaching Conference, 32 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 703 (1999).

Okianer Christian Dark, Incorporating Issues of Race, Gender, Class, Sexual Orientation, and Disability into Law School Teaching, 32 Willamette L. Rev. 541 (1996).

John Delaney, Demystifying Legal Pedagogy: Performance-Centered Classroom Teaching at the City University of New York Law School, 22 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1332 (1992).

Alice K. Dueker, Diversity and Learning: Imagining a Pedagogy of Difference, 19 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 101 (1991).

James R. Elkins, Writing Our Lives: Making Introspective Writing a Part of Legal Education, 29 Willamette L. Rev. 45 (1993).

Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Reworking the Latent Agenda of Legal Education, 10 Nova L.J. 449 (1986).

Nancy S. Erickson, Sex Bias in Law School Courses: Some Common Issues, 38 J. Legal Educ. 101 (1988).

Nancy S. Erickson & Nadine Taub, Final Report: Sex Bias in the Teaching of Criminal Law, 42 Rutgers L. Rev. 309 (1990).

Leslie G. Espinoza, Constructing a Professional Ethic: Law School Lessons and Lesions, 4 Berkeley Women's L.J. 215 (1990).

Mary Jo Eyster, Analysis of Sexism in Legal Practice: A Clinical Approach, 38 J. Legal Educ. 183 (1988).

Mary Jo Eyster, Designing and Teaching the Large Externship Clinic, 5 Clinical. L. Rev. 347 (1999).


Mary Jo Eyster, Integrating Non-Sexist/Racist Perspectives into Traditional Course and Clinical Settings, 14 S. Ill. U. L.J. 471 (1990).

Ann Fagan Ginger, Finding Peace Law and Teaching It, 10 Nova L.J. 521 (1986).

Jay M. Feinman, Teaching Assistants, 41 J. Legal Educ. 269 (1991).

Martha L. A. Fineman, Feminist Theory and Law, 18 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 349 (1995).

Lucinda M. Finley, A Break in the Silence: Including Women's Issues in a Torts Course, 1 Yale J.L. & Feminism 41 (1989).

Liana Fiol Matta, On Teaching Feminist Jurisprudence, 57 Rev. Jurid. U. P.R. 253 (1988).

Eleanor M. Fox, The Good Law School, the Good Curriculum, and the Mind and the Heart, 39 J. Legal Educ. 473 (1989).

Paula Franzese, The Mentor Program: Building Bridges to the Community, 22 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1366 (1992).

Lorena Fries & Veronica Matus, Why Does Method Matter?, 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 291 (1999).

Mary Joe Frug, Re-Reading Contracts: A Feminist Analysis of a Contracts Casebook, 34 Am. U. L. Rev. 1065 (1985).

Elizabeth D. Gee, Art and the Teaching of Legal Ethics: A Common Conceptual Palette, 10 Legal Stud. F. 275 (1986).

Gay Gellhorn, Law and Language: An Empirically-Based Model for the Opening Moments of Client Interviews, 4 Clinical. L. Rev. 321 (1998).

Theresa Glennon, Lawyers and Caring: Building an Ethics of Care into Professional Responsibility, 43 Hastings L.J. 1175 (1992).

Phyllis Goldfarb, A Theory-Practice Spiral: The Ethics of Feminism and Clinical Education, 75 Minn. L. Rev. 1599 (1991).

James G. Gordon, III, An Integrated First-Year Legal Writing Program, 39 J. Legal Educ. 609 (1989).

Meredith Gould, The Paradox of Teaching Feminism & Learning the Law, 7 Am. Legal Stud. Ass'n F. 270 (1983).

Regina Graycar & Jenny Moran, Legal Categories, Women's Lives and the Law Curriculum or: Making Gender Examinable, 18 Sydney L. Rev. 431 (1996).


Amy Gutmann, Can Virtue Be Taught to Lawyers?, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1759 (1993).

Phoebe A. Haddon, Education for a Public Calling in the 21st Century, 69 Wash. L. Rev. 573 (1994).

Andrew W. Haines, Minority Professors and the Myth of Sisyphus: Consciousness and Praxis Within the Special Teaching Challenge in American Law Schools, 10 Nat'l Black L.J. 247 (1988).

Catharine W. Hantzis, Kingsfield and Kennedy: Reappraising the Male Models of Law School Teaching, 38 J. Legal Educ. 155 (1988).

Angela P. Harris, The Jurisprudence of Reconstruction, 82 Cal. L. Rev. 741 (1994).

Angela P. Harris, On Doing the Right Thing: Education Work in the Academy, 15 Vt. L. Rev. 125 (1990).

Nancy R. Hauserman & Poppy McLeod, Conflict in the Classroom: Wonderland Welcomes Alice, 13 J. Legal Stud. Educ. 241 (1995).

Gerald F. Hess, Listening to Our Students: Obstructing and Enhancing Learning in Law School, 31 U.S.F. L. Rev. 941 (1997).

Marjorie Holmes, A Semi-Modest Proposal: Is a Little Business Sense Too Much to Ask?, 10 Nova L.J. 599 (1986).

Beverly Horsburg, Decent and Indecent Proposals in the Law: Reflection on Opening the Contracts Discourse to Include Outsiders, 1 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 57 (1994).

Joan Howarth, Teaching in the Shadow of the Bar, 31 U.S.F. L. Rev. 927 (1997).

Elaine D. Ingulli, Transforming the Curriculum: What Does the Pedagogy of Inclusion Mean for Business Law?, 28 Am. Bus. L.J. 605 (1991).

Vicki C. Jackson, Empiricism, Gender, and Legal Pedagogy: An Experiment in a Federal Courts Seminar at Georgetown University Law Center, 83 Geo. L.J. 461 (1994).

Jennifer Jaff, Frame-Shifting: An Empowering Methodology for Teaching and Learning Legal Reasoning, 36 J. Legal Educ. 249 (1986).

Sandra Janoff, The Influence of Legal Education on Moral Reasoning, 76 Minn. L. Rev. 193 (1991).

Gail A. Jaquish & James Ware, Adopting an Educator Habit of Mind: Modifying What It Means to "Think Like a Lawyer", 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1713 (1993).


Peter Jaszi et al., Experience As Text: The History of Externship Pedagogy at the Washington College of Law, American University, 5 Clinical. L. Rev. 403 (1999).

Margaret Z. Johns, Teaching Professional Responsibility and Professionalism in Legal Writing, 40 J. Legal Educ. 501 (1990).

Ian Johnstone & Mary P. Treuthart, Doing the Right Thing: An Overview of Teaching Professional Responsibility, 41 J. Legal Educ. 75 (1991).

Harriet N. Katz, Using Faculty Tutorials to Foster Externship Students' Critical Reflection, 5 Clinical. L. Rev. 437 (1999).

Caroline Kearney, Pedagogy in a Poor People's Court: The First Year of a Child Support Clinic, 19 N.M. L. Rev. 175 (1989).

Mary Kate Kearney & Mary Beth Beazley, Teaching Students How to 'Think Like Lawyers': Integrating Socratic Method With the Writing Process, 64 Temp. L. Rev. 885 (1991).

Deseriee A. Kennedy, Witnessing the Process: Reflections on Civil Procedure, Power, Pedagogy, and Praxis, 32 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 753 (1999).

Sally Kift & Geoffrey Airo-Farulla, Throwing Students in the Deep End, or Teaching Them How to Swim?: Developing "Offices" As a Technique of Law Teaching, 6 Legal Educ. Rev. 53 (1995).

Minna J. Kotkin, Reconsidering Role Assumption in Clinical Education, 19 N.M. L. Rev. 185 (1989).

Kimberlee K. Kovach, The Lawyer As Teacher: The Role of Education in Lawyering, 4 Clinical. L. Rev. 359 (1998).

William F. Kullman, Feminist Methodologies in the Law School Classroom: Listening for a Change, 4 Temp. Pol. & Civ. Rts. Rev. 117 (1994).

Angela Mae Kupenda, Making Traditional Courses More Inclusive: Confessions of an African American Female Professor Who Attempted to Crash All the Barriers at Once, 31 U.S.F. L. Rev. 975 (1997).

Suzanne Kurtz et al., Problem-Based Learning: An Alternative Approach to Legal Education, 13 Dalhousie L.J. 797 (1990).

Kathleen A. Lahey, ". . . Until Women Themselves Have Told All That They Have to Tell. . .", 23 Osgoode Hall L.J. 519 (1985).

Lundy Langston, Political and Social Construction of Families Through Pedagogy in Family Law Classrooms, 73 Denv. U. L. Rev. 179 (1995).


Marlene J. Le Brun & Carol Bond, Law Teaching Reconceptualized, 6 Legal Educ. Rev. 23 (1995).

Lisa G. Lerman, Teaching Moral Perception and Moral Judgment in the Legal Ethics Courses: A Dialogue About Goals, 39 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 457 (1998).

Jan M. Levine, "You Can't Please Everyone, So You'd Better Please Yourself": Directing (or Teaching in) a First-Year Legal Writing Program (Response to Article by Maureen Arrigo-Ward), 29 Val. U. L. Rev. 611 (1995).

Paula Lustbader, From Dreams to Reality: The Emerging Role of Law School Academic Support Programs, 31 U.S.F. L. Rev. 839 (1997).

Robert MacCrate, What Women Are Teaching a Male-Dominated Profession, 57 Fordham L. Rev. 989 (1989).

Julie Macfarlance, A Feminist Perspective on Experience-Based Learning and Curriculum Change, 26 Ottawa L. Rev. 357 (1994).

Natalie A. Markman, Bringing Journalism Pedagogy into the Legal Writing Class, 43 J. Legal Educ. 551 (1993).

Joyce E. McConnell, A Feminist's Perspective on Liberal Reform of Legal Education, 14 Harv. Women's L.J. 77 (1991).

Maxine T. McConnell, Statutory Law in Legal Education: A Response to Professor Williams, 35 Mercer L. Rev. 855 (1984).

Douglas D. McFarland, Students and Practicing Lawyers Identify the Ideal Law Professor, 36 J. Legal Educ. 93 (1986).

Lucy S. McGough, Staying Alive, 10 Nova L.J. 671 (1986).

Sandra Craig McKenzie, Storytelling: A Different Voice for Legal Education, 41 U. Kan. L. Rev. 251 (1992).

Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Feminist Legal Theory, Critical Legal Studies, and Legal Education or "The Fem-Crits Go to Law School", 38 J. Legal Educ. 61 (1988).

Carrie Menkel-Meadow, The Legacy of Clinical Education: Theories About Lawyering, 29 Clev. St. L. Rev. 555 (1980).

Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Portia in a Different Voice: Speculations on a Women's Lawyering Process, 1 Berkeley Women's L.J. 39 (1985).

Deborah Jones Merritt, Who Teaches Constitutional Law?, 11 Const. Commentary 145 (1994).


Deborah Jones Merritt & Jennifer Cihon, New Course Offerings in the Upper-Level Curriculum: Report of an AALS Survey, 47 J. Legal Educ. 524 (1997).

Mithra Merryman, A Survey of Domestic Violence Programs in Legal Education, 28 New. Eng. L. Rev. 383 (1993).

Vanessa Merton, The City University of New York Law School: An Insider's Report, 12 Nova L. Rev. 45 (1987).

Philip N. Meyer, "Fingers Pointing at the Moon": New Perspectives on Teaching Legal Writing and Analysis, 25 Conn. L. Rev. 777 (1993).

Karin Mika, Self-Reflection Within the Academy: The Absence of Women in Constitutional Jurisprudence, 9 Hastings Women's L.J. 273 (1998).

Stephanie Milroy & Nan Sueffert, Reflections on Teaching Law in Context: Surrogacy and Baby M, 2 Austl. Feminist L.J. 99 (1994).

James E. Moliterno, An Analysis of Ethics Teaching in Law Schools: Replacing Lost Benefits of the Apprentice System in the Academic Atmosphere, 60 U. Cin. L. Rev. 83 (1991).

James E. Moliterno, The Secret of Success: The Small Section First-Year Skills Offering and Its Relationship to Independent Thinking, 55 Mo. L. Rev. 875 (1990).

Beverly I. Moran, From Urinal to Manicure: Challenges to the Scholarship of Tax and Gender, 11 Wis. Women's L.J. 191 (1996).

Linda Morton, Creating a Classroom Component for Field Placement Programs: Enhancing Clinical Goals With Feminist Pedagogy, 45 Me. L. Rev. 19 (1993).

Linda Morton et al., Not Quite Grown Up: The Difficulty of Applying an Adult Education Model to Legal Externs, 5 Clinical. L. Rev. 469 (1999).

Myron Moskovitz, Beyond the Case Method: It's Time to Teach With Problems, 42 J. Legal Educ. 241 (1992).

Mary Jane Mossman, Feminism and Legal Method: The Difference It Makes, 3 Wis. Women's L.J. 147 (1987).

Janet Motley, A Foolish Consistency: The Law School Exam, 10 Nova L.J. 721 (1986).

Jacqueline M. Nolan-Haley & Maria R. Volpe, Teaching Mediation As a Lawyering Role, 39 J. Legal Educ. 571 (1989).

Martha C. Nussbaum, The Use and Abuse of Philosophy in Legal Education, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1627 (1993).


Mary O'Brien & Sheila McIntyre, Patriarchal Hegemony and Legal Education, 2 Canadian J. Women & L. 69 (1986).

Catherine Gage O'Grady, Preparing Students for the Profession: Clinical Education, Collaborative Pedagogy, and the Realities of Practice for the New Lawyer, 4 Clinical. L. Rev. 485 (1998).

William W. Patton, Opening Students' Eyes: Visual Learning Theory in the Socratic Classroom, 15 Law & Psychol. Rev. 1 (1991).

Don Peters & Martha M. Peters, Maybe That's Why I Do That: Psychological Type Theory, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, and Learning Legal Interviewing, 35 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 169 (1990).

Martha M. Peters, Bridging Troubled Waters: Academic Support's Role in Teaching and Modeling 'Helping' in Legal Education, 31 U.S.F. L. Rev. 861 (1997).

Teresa Godwin Phelps, The New Legal Rhetoric, 40 Sw. L.J. 1089 (1987).

Deborah Waire Post, Power and the Morality of Grading: A Case Study and a Few Critical Thoughts on Grade Normalization, 65 UMKC L. Rev. 777 (1997).

Sara Ann Reiter, Principled Moral Reasoning v. Moral Imagination: Seven Steps v. Seven Habits, 14 J. Legal Stud. Educ. 163 (1996).

Wilhelmina M. Reuben-Cooke, Communicating the Unspeakable and Seeing the Invisible, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 167 (1991).

Deborah L. Rhode, Missing Questions: Feminist Perspectives on Legal Education, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1547 (1993).

Marcela V. Rodriguez, Pedagogy and Law: Ideas for Integrating Gender into Legal Education, 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 267 (1999).

Jennifer L. Rosato, The Socratic Method and Women Law Students: Humanize, Don't Feminize , 7 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Women's Stud. 37 (1997).

Karen H. Rothenberg, New Perspectives for Teaching and Scholarship: The Role of Gender in Law and Health Care, 54 Md. L. Rev. 473 (1995).

Linda B. Samuels, Teaching Women and the Law, 13 J. Legal Stud. Educ. 257 (1995).

Ann C. Scales, Surviving Legal De-Education: An Outsider's Guide, 15 Vt. L. Rev. 139 (1990).

Judy Scales-Trent, Using Literature in Law School: The Importance of Reading and Telling Stories, 7 Berkeley Women's L.J. 90 (1992).


Suellyn Scarnecchia, Gender and Race Bias Against Lawyers: A Classroom Response, 23 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 319 (1990).

Suellyn Scarnecchia, The Role of Clinical Programs in Legal Education, 77 Mich. B.J. 674 (1995).

Elizabeth M. Schneider, Building Bridges Between Theory and Practice, Scholarship and Activism, 40 Clev. St. L. Rev. 493 (1992).

Elizabeth M. Schneider, The Dialectic of Rights and Politics: Perspectives From the Women's Movement, 61 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 589 (1986).

Elizabeth M. Schneider, Integration of Professional Skills into the Law School Curriculum: Where We're Been and Where We're Going, 19 N.M. L. Rev. 111 (1989).

Elizabeth M. Schneider, Rethinking the Teaching of Civil Procedure, 37 J. Legal Educ. 41 (1987).

Elizabeth M. Schneider, Structuring Complexity, Disciplining Reality: The Challenge of Teaching Civil Procedure in a Time of Change, 59 Brook. L. Rev. 1191 (1993).

Elizabeth M. Schneider, Task Force Reports on Women in the Courts: The Challenge for Legal Education, 38 J. Legal Educ. 87 (1988).

Elizabeth M. Schneider, Violence Against Women and Legal Education: An Essay for Mary Joe Frug, 26 New. Eng. L. Rev. 843 (1992).

Charles J. Senger, Thinking Aloud Protocols: A Diagnostic Tool for Teaching Legal Problem Solving, 10 Cooley L. Rev. 367 (1993).

Ann Shalleck, Feminist Theory and Feminist Method: Transforming the Experience of the Classroom, 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 229 (1999).

Ann Shalleck, Report of the Woman and the Law Project: Gender Bias and the Law School Curriculum, 38 J. Legal Educ. 97 (1988).

Marjorie Maguire Shultz, The Gendered Curriculum: Of Contracts and Careers, 77 Iowa L. Rev. 55 (1991).

Lucia Ann Silecchia, Designing and Teaching Advanced Legal Research and Writing Courses, 33 Duq. L. Rev. 203 (1995).

Abbe Smith, Rosie O'Neill Goes to Law School: The Clinical Education of the New Age Public Defender, 28 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 1 (1993).

Linda F. Smith, Designing an Extern Clinical Program: Or As You Sow, So Shall You Reap, 5 Clinical. L. Rev. 527 (1999).


Linda F. Smith, Medical Paradigms for Counseling: Giving Clients Bad News, 4 Clinical. L. Rev. 391 (1998).

Kathryn M. Stanchi, Resistance Is Futile: How Legal Writing Pedagogy Contributes to the Law's Marginalization of Outsider Voices, 103 Dick. L. Rev. 7 (1998).

Sheril Stanford, Lawgirls and Cowgirls, 10 Legal Stud. F. 283 (1986).

Nina W. Tarr, Clients' and Students' Stories: Avoiding Exploitation and Complying With the Law to Produce Scholarship With Integrity, 5 Clinical. L. Rev. 271 (1998).

Nina W. Tarr, Current Issues in Clinical Legal Education, 36 How. L.J. 31 (1993).

Nina W. Tarr, The Skill of Evaluation As an Explicit Goal of Clinical Training, 21 Pac. L.J. 967 (1990).

Sarah E. Thiemann, Beyond Guinier: A Critique of Legal Pedagogy, 24 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 17 (1998).

Carl Tobias, Gender Issues and the Prosser, Wade, and Schwartz Torts Casebook, 18 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 495 (1988).

Carl Tobias, Respect for Diversity: The Case of Feminist Legal Thought, 58 U. Cin. L. Rev. 175 (1989).

N. Morrison Torrey et al., Teaching Law in a Feminist Manner: A Commentary From Experience, 13 Harv. Women's L.J. 87 (1990).

Aleta Wallach, Genesis of a "Women and the Law" Course: The Dawn of Consciousness at UCLA Law School, 24 J. Legal Educ. 309 (1972).

Paul T. Wangerin, Skills Training in 'Legal Analysis': A Semantic Approach, 40 U. Miami L. Rev. 409 (1986).

Paul T. Wangerin, Teaching and Learning in Law School: An "Alternative" Bookshelf for Law School Teachers, Gonz. L. Rev. 49 (1994).

Janet Weinstein, Teaching Mediation in Law School: Training Lawyers to Be Wise, 35 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 199 (1990).

Christina B. Whitman, Thoughts on Teaching, 18 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 267 (1985).

Stephanie M. Wildman, The Classroom Climate: Encouraging Student Involvement, 4 Berkeley Women's L.J. 326 (1990).

Stephanie M. Wildman, Privilege and Liberalism in Legal Education: Teaching and Learning in a Diverse Environment, 10 Berkeley Women's L.J. 88 (1995).


Stephanie M. Wildman, The Question of Silence: Techniques to Ensure Full Class Participation, 38 J. Legal Educ. 147 (1988).

Joan Williams, Is Law an Art or a Science?: Comments on Objectivity, Feminism, and Power, 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 373 (1999).

Susan H. Williams, Legal Education, Feminist Epistemology, and the Socratic Method, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1571 (1993).

Marilyn V. Yarbrough, Do As I Say, Not As I Do: Mixed Messages for Law Students, 100 Dick. L. Rev. 677 (1996).

Judith T. Younger, Community Property, Women and the Law School Curriculum, 48 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 211 (1973).

Amy L. Ziegler, Developing a System of Evaluation in Clinical Legal Teaching, 42 J. Legal Educ. 575 (1992).

 

 

COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES

 

Constance B. Backhouse, Women Faculty at the University of Western Ontario: Reflections on the Employment Equity Award, 4 Canadian J. Women & L. 36 (1990).

Wendy Baker, Women's Diversity: Legal Practice and Legal Education - a View From the Bench, 45 U.N.B. L.J. 199 (1996).

Leila Linhares Barsted & Jacqueline Hermann, Legal Doctrine and the Gender Issue in Brazil, 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 235 (1999).

John E. C. Brierley, Legal Education in Canada, 72 Or. L. Rev. 977 (1993).

Yadira Calvo, Language and the Law, 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 381 (1999).

Nili Cohen & Daniel Friedmann, Selecting Minds in a Multicultural, Besieged, Isolated Society, 41 Am. J. Comp. L. 449 (1993).

Christine Alice Corcos, Portia Goes to Parliament: Women and Their Admission to Membership in the English Legal Profession, 75 Denv. U. L. Rev. 307 (1998).

Rene de Groot, Recruitment of Minds: Selecting Professors in the Netherlands, 41 Am. J. Comp. L. 441 (1993).

Alda Facio, The Law: An Art or a Science? 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 355 (1999).


Joanne Fedler, Legal Education in South Africa, 72 Or. L. Rev. 999 (1993).

Eric A. Feldman, Mirroring Minds: Recruitment and Promotion in Japan's Law Faculties, 41 Am. J. Comp. L. 465 (1993).

Francis A. Gabor, Legal Education in Hungary, 72 Or. L. Rev. 957 (1993).

Lisa A. Granik, Legal Education in Post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine, 72 Or. L. Rev. 963 (1993).

Eckart Klein, Legal Education in Germany, 72 Or. L. Rev. 953 (1993).

Jurgen Kohler, Selecting Minds: The Recruitment of Law Professors in Germany, 41 Am. J. Comp. L. 413 (1993).

Pierre LeGrand, Jr., Attitudes v. Aptitudes: In Re Faculty Hiring in Canadian Law Schools, 41 Am. J. Comp. L. 385 (1993).

Ugo Mattei & P.G. Monateri, Faculty Recruitment in Italy: Two Sides of the Moon, 41 Am. J. Comp. L. 427 (1993).

C. Mouly & C. Atias, Faculty Recruitment in France, 41 Am. J. Comp. L. 401 (1993).

Ross Nankivell, Legal Education in Australia, 72 Or. L. Rev. 983 (1993).

Constance O'Keefe, Legal Education in Japan, 72 Or. L. Rev. 1009 (1993).

Dawn Oliver, The Integration of Teaching and Research in the Law Department, 30 Law Tchr. 133 (1996).

Flavia Piovesan, Integrating Gender Perspective into Brazilian Legal Doctrine and Education: Challenges and Possibilities, 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 251 (1999).

Bernard Rudden, Selecting Minds: An Afterword, 41 Am. J. Comp. L. 481 (1993).

Leonor Vain, Integrating Gender into Legal Education: Obstacles and Challenges, 7 Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. 261 (1999).

Clive Walker, Legal Education in England and Wales, 72 Or. L. Rev. 943 (1993).

Tony Weir, Recruitment of Law Faculty in England, 41 Am. J. Comp. L. 355 (1993).

 

 

 

SYMPOSIA

 


Conference, American Bar Association's National Conference on Professional Skills and Legal Education, Albuquerque, New Mexico, October 15-18, 1987, 19 N.M. L. Rev. 1-327 (1989).

Conference, Conceptual Paradigms in Clinical Legal Education, 4 Clinical. L. Rev. 247-431 (1997), 5 Clinical L. Rev. 557-637 (1998).

Conference, Minority Law Teachers Conference, 10 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 145-435 (1991).

Conference, Women of Color and the Law, 43 Stan. L. Rev. 1175-1368 (1991).

Forum, Worlds of Silence: Women in Law School, 8 Am. Legal Stud. Ass'n F. 1-161 (1984).

Meeting, The Faces of Academia, 41 Am. J. Comp. L. 351-487 (1993).

Symposium, The 21st Century Lawyer: Is There a Gap to Be Narrowed, 69 Wash. L. Rev. 505-677 (1994).

Symposium, Academic Freedom & Tenure Symposium, 15 Pace L. Rev. 1-157 (1994).

Symposium, Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Law Curriculum, 34 J. Legal Educ. 229-325 (1984).

Symposium, Black Women Law Professors: Building a Community at the Intersection of Race and Gender, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 1-201 (1991).

Symposium, Civic and Legal Education, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1525-2036 (1993).

Symposium, Clinical Legal Education and the Legal Profession, 29 Clev. St. L. Rev. 345-842 (1980).

Symposium, Comparative International Role of Women Attorneys in Law and Society, 12 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 381-552 (1996).

Symposium, Developments in Legal Externship Pedagogy, 5 Clinical. L. Rev. 337-555 (1999).

Symposium, Engendering New Law Stories: Feminist Legal Theories and Praxis, 18 Sydney L. Rev. 423-597 (1996).

Symposium, Fifty Years of Clinical Education, 64 Tenn. L. Rev. 939-1144 (1997).

Symposium, Gender and Bias in Legal Education, 14 S. Ill. U. L.J. 527-599 (1990).

Symposium, In Honor of Professor Trina Grillo, 31 U.S.F. L. Rev. 747-1016 (1997).

Symposium, Justice Mission of American Law Schools, 40 Clev. St. L. Rev. 277-527 (1992).


Symposium, LatCrit Theory, Latinas/os and the Law, 85 Cal. L. Rev. 1087-1685, 10 La Raza L.J. 1-599 (1997).

Symposium, Legal Education, 91 Mich. L. Rev. 1921-2219 (1993).

Symposium, Legal Education, 12 Nova L. Rev. 1-114 (1987).

Symposium, Legal Education, 29 Val. U. L. Rev. 557-933 (1995).

Symposium, Legal Education and the Pedagogy of Ethics, 10 Legal Stud. F. 265-324 (1986).

Symposium, Legal Education in Era of Change, 1987 Duke L.J. 191-360

Symposium, Legal Education in the 21st Century Symposium, 22 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1121-1400 (1992).

Symposium, Looking to the 21st Century: Under-Represented Women and the Law, 10 Berkeley Women's L.J. 11-97 (1995).

Symposium, Minority Legal Pedagogy: Foundation for Participation in the Legal Profession, 12 T. Marshall L. Rev. 299-523 (1987).

Symposium, Nation Under Lost Lawyers: The Legal Profession at the Close of Twentieth Century, 100 Dick. L. Rev. 477-684 (1996).

Symposium, Pan-American Conference on Transforming Women's Legal Status: Overcoming the Barriers in Legal Doctrine and Legal Education, 7 Am. U. J. Gender & L. 229-394 (1999).

Symposium, Power, Pedagogy and Praxis: Moving the Classroom to Action (SALT Teaching Conference), 32 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 697-797 (1999).

Symposium, Quest for Equality, 1979 Wash. U. L.Q. 5-206

Symposium, Role Models in Education, 48 Indus. & Lab. Rel. Rev. 482-579 (1995).

Symposium, Traditional Legal Education, 35 Mercer L. Rev. 753-913 (1984).

Symposium, Transforming Legal Education: A Symposium of Provocative Thought, 10 Nova L.J. 255-894 (1986).

Symposium, Trends in Legal Citations and Scholarship, 71 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 743-1013 (1996).

Symposium, Voices of Women, 77 Iowa L. Rev. 1-177 (1991).

Symposium, Women and the Law, 20 Pepp. L. Rev. 905-1214 (1993).


Symposium, Women in Legal Education: Pedagogy, Law, Theory, and Practice, 38 J. Legal Educ. 1-193 (1988).

Symposium, Women Law Professors: Building a Community at the Intersection of Race and Gender, 6 Berkeley Women's L.J. 1-289 (1991).

Symposium, Women Making Waves: A Celebration of 25 Years of Women at Vermont Law School, 23 Vt. L. Rev. 283-347 (1998).

 

 

BOOKS

 

Nadya Aisenberg, Women of Academe: Outsiders in the Sacred Grove (University of Massachusetts Press 1988)

American Bar Association. Commission on Women in the Profession, Don't Just Hear It Through the Grapevine: Studying Gender Questions at Your Law School (American Bar Association 1998)

American Bar Association. Commission on Women in the Profession, Elusive Equality: The Experiences of Women in Legal Education (American Bar Association 1996)

Elizabeth A. Ashburn & Elena N. Cohen, The Integration of Women into Law Faculties (Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities, Div. of Public Service Activities, American Bar Association 1980)

Association of American Colleges. Project on the Status and Education of Women, Academic Mentoring for Women Students and Faculty: A New Look at an Old Way to Get Ahead (Association of American Colleges 1984)

Lois Benjamin, ed., Black Women in the Academy: Promises and Perils (University Press of Florida 1997)

Chilly Collective, eds., Breaking Anonymity: The Chilly Climate for Women Faculty (Wilfrid Laurier University 1995)

Cynthia Fuchs Epstein et al., The Part-Time Paradox: Time Norms, Professional Lives, Family and Gender (Routledge 1999)

Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Women in Law (Basic Books 1981)

Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Women in Law (2nd ed. ed., University of Illinois Press 1993)


Susan L. Gabriel & Isaiah Smithson, eds., Gender in the Classroom: Power and Pedagogy (University of Illinois Press 1990)

Robert Granfield, Making Elite Lawyers: Visions of Law at Harvard & Beyond (Routledge 1992)

Lani Guinier et al., Becoming Gentlemen: Women, Law School, and Institutional Change (Beacon Press 1997)

John Hagan, Multiple Discrimination: Issues of Gender and Multiple Discrimination in Canadian Law School Settings: Appendix 9 to the Report of the Canadian Bar Association Task Force on Gender Equality in the Legal Profession (Canadian Bar Association 1993)

Roberta Hall & Bernice Sandler R., Classroom Climate: A Chilly One for Women? (Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges 1984)

Louise Harmon & Deborah W. Post, Cultivating Intelligence: Power, Law, and the Politics of Teaching (New York University Press 1996)

Mona Harrington, Women Lawyers: Rewriting the Rules (Alfred A. Knopp 1994)

Linda R. Hirshman, A Woman's Guide to Law School (Penguin 1999) <http://www.lawwomen.com>.

Ward W. Keesecker, The Legal Status of Married Women Teachers (U.S. GPO 1934)

George R. La Noue & Barbara A. Lee, Academics in Court : The Consequences of Faculty Discrimination Litigation ( University of Michigan Press 1987)

Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Women in Legal Education: Pedagogy, Law, Theory and Practice (University of Iowa College of Law 1988)

Karen Berger Morello, The Invisible Bar: The Woman Lawyer in America 1638 to the Present (Random House 1986)

Claudia Oney, Women in Legal Education (De Paul University, College of Law 1976)

Michele Paludi & Gertrude Steuernagel, Foundations for a Feminist Restructuring of the Academic Disciplines (Haworth Press 1990)

Rebecca Mae Salokar & Mary L. Volcansek, eds., Women in Law: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook (Greenwood Press 1996)

Shimon Shetreet, ed., Women in Law (Kluwer Law International 1998)

Rosalie Silverstone & Audrey Ward, eds., Careers of Professional Women (Croom Helm 1980)


Margaret Thornton, Dissonance and Distrust: Women in the Legal Profession (Oxford University Press 1996)

Virginia Valian, Why So Slow?: The Advancement of Women (MIT Press 1998)

Lynne B. Welch, ed., Women in Higher Education: Changes and Challenges (Praeger 1990)

Stephanie M. Wildman, Privilege Revealed: How Invisible Preference Undermines America (New York University Press 1996)

Patricia J. Williams, The Alchemy of Race and Rights (Harvard University Press 1991)

 

 

 

REPORTS, HEARINGS, AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

 

American Bar Association. Commission on Women in the Profession, Unfinished Business: Overcoming the Sisyphus Factor (American Bar Association 1995)

American Bar Association. Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Legal Education and Professional Development - an Educational Continuum: Report of the Task Force on Law Schools and the Profession: Narrowing the Gap (American Bar Association 1992)

Marina Angel, Comments by Prof. Marina Angel, Temple University Law School, in 1 Hearings on Women in the Legal Profession: Philadelphia, PA, February 6-7, 1988 230 (Schulman/DeSimone, The Court Reporters 1988).

Association of American Law Schools. Special Committee on Recruitment and Retention of Minority Law Teachers, Report of the AALS Special Committee on Recruitment and Retention of Minority Law Teachers (Association of American Law Schools 1988)

Lillian R. Bevier, As Law Professor: The Practically Perfect Job, in Women Lawyers: Perspectives on Success (Emily Couric ed., Law & Business, Inc./Hartcourt Brace Jovanovich 1984).

Davalene Cooper, Adopting the "Stepchild" into the Legal Academic Community, in Expert Views on Improving the Quality of Legal Research Education in the United States (West 1992).

Barbara A. Curran, Women in the Law: A Look at the Numbers (American Bar Association 1995)

JoAnn Epps, Comments by Prof. JoAnn Epps, Temple University Law School, in 1 Hearings on Women in the Legal Profession: Philadelphia, PA, February 6-7, 1988 244 (Schulman/DeSimone, The Court Reporters 1988).


Galia Golan, Women in Academia in Israel, in Women in Law (Shimon Shetreet ed., Kluwer Law International 1998).

Committee on Gender Issues in the Law Schools Joint Task Force on Gender Fairness in the Profession, The Elephant in Ohio Law Schools: A Study of Perceptions: Final Report (Ohio Supreme Court 1993)

Emma Coleman Jordan, Comments by Prof. Emma Jordan, Georgetown University Law School, and Society of American Law Teachers, in 1 Hearings on Women in the Legal Profession: Philadelphia, PA, February 6-7, 1988 118 (Schulman/DeSimone, The Court Reporters 1988).

Betsy Levin, Comments by Prof. Betsy Levin, Duke University School of Law, in 2 Hearings on Women in the Legal Profession: Philadelphia, PA, February 6-7, 1988 117 (Schulman/DeSimone, The Court Reporters 1988).

Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Women As Law Teachers: Toward the Feminization of Legal Education in Humanistic Education, in Essays on the Application of a Humanistic Perspective to Law Teaching (Columbia University School of Law 1991).

Vernellia R. Randall & Vincene Verdun, Two Black Women Talking About the Promotion, Retention and Tenure Process in Law Schools, in Black Women in the Academy: Promises and Perils (Lois Benjamin, ed., University Press of Florida 1997).

Norman Redlich, The Environment for Women Students and Faculty Members in American Law Schools: Appointment and Status of Women Faculty, in Women in Law (Shimon Shetreet ed., Kluwer Law International 1998).

Patrocinio P. Schweickart, Reading, Teaching, and the Ethic of Care, in Gender in the Classroom: Power and Pedagogy (Susan L. Gabriel and Isaiah Smithson eds., University of Illinois Press 1990).

Gabriela Shalev, Israeli Legal Academia, in Women in Law (Shimon Shetreet ed., Kluwer Law International 1998).

Margaret Thornton, Academic Affairs, in Dissonance and Distrust: Women in the Legal Profession (Oxford University Press 1996).

Nina Toren, Academic Women in Israel: Family and Career, in Women in Law (Shimon Shetreet ed., Kluwer Law International 1998).

 

 

INTERNET RESOURCES


Antigone: Listserv for Women in Legal Education <listproc@assocdir.wuacc.edu (to subscribe)>.

American Association of University Professors. Committee W on the Status of Women in the Academic Profession, Committee W on the Status of Women in the Academic Profession <http://www.aaup.org/513wihe.htm>.

American Bar Association. Commission on Women in the Profession, Commission on Women in the Profession <http://www.abanet.org/women>.

Association of American Law Schools. Section on Women in Legal Education, Antigone: Homepage of the AALS Section on Women in Legal Education (Last Modified on Jan. 28, 1997) <http://aall.wuacc.edu/wlegedu/>.

Association of American Law Schools. Section on Women in Legal Education, Current Officers of the Section on Women in Legal Education <http://www.aals.org/sections/wo.html>.

Ashleigh E. Dale and Kent D. Syverund, A Consolidated Bibliography for New Law Teachers (Workshop for New Law Teachers, July 22-24, 1999, Washington, D.C.) <http://www.aals.org/nlt99_biblio.html>.

Duke University. Perkins Library, Women in Higher Education: A Select Bibliography of Sources in Duke University Libraries <http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/women/higher.html>.

Institute for Women's Policy Research, Institute for Women's Policy Research Homepage <http://www.iwpr.org>.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Committees on Women Faculty in the School of Science, A Study on the Status of Women Faculty in Science at MIT: How a Committee on Women Faculty Came to Be Established by the Dean of the School of Science, What the Committee and the Dean Learned and Accomplished, and Recommendations for the Future <http://web.mit.edu/fnl/women/women.html#The Study>.

National Association for Women in Education, NAWE Homepage <http://www.nawe.org>.

National Organization for Women, National Organization for Women Homepage <http://www.now.org>.

U.S. Dept. of Labor, Women's Bureau Home Page <http://www.dol.gov/dol/wb>.

United States. Federal Glass Ceiling Commission, Glass Ceiling Commission Electronic Archive <http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/e_archive/GlassCeiling>.

University of Maryland, Women's Studies Database: Gender Issues <http://www.inform.umd.edu/EdRes/Topic/WomenStudies/GenderIssues>.


University of Wisconsin System Women's Studies Librarian , Subject Listing of Women and Gender Resources <http://www.library.wisc.edu/libraries/WomensStudies/othsubj.htm>.

Washburn University School of Law. Library, Women in Legal Education Homepage <http://www.washlaw.edu/subject/women.html>.

Women Law Professors' Network, Women Law Professors' Network Homepage <http://www.cf.ac.uk/uwcc/claws/wlpn>.

WomensNet, WomensNet Homepage <http://www.igc.org/igc/womensnet>.

 

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

 

Carla M. Abernathy, Minority Professors and Legal Education: The Hollow Piercing Scream: Annotated Bibliography (University of Dayton 1997) <http://www.udayton.edu/~aep/legaled/97aberna.htm>.

Ashleigh E. Dale & Kent D. Syverund, A Consolidated Bibliography for New Law Teachers (Vanderbilt University Law School 1999) <http://www.aals.org/nlt99_biblio.html>.

John Esser & Sherry Sullivan, Women in the Law: A Bibliography (Institute for Legal Studies 1990)

Kathy Garner, Gender Bias in Legal Education: An Annotated Bibliography, 14 S. Ill. U. L.J. 545 (1990).

Harvard Women's Law Journal, Women of Color in Legal Academia: A Biographic and Bibliographic Guide, 16 Harv. Women's L.J. 1 (1993).

Arturo L. Torres & Karen E. Harwood, Moving Beyond Langdell: An Annotated Bibliography of Current Methods for Law Teaching, 29 (special issue) Gonz. L. Rev. 1 (1994).