Wednesday, July 29, 2009
GENDER FAIRNESS. WE’RE DONE, RIGHT?
STUDENT PAPERS WANTED:
Student papers, articles or essays on the topic of Gender Fairness are invited by the Gender Fairness Implementation Committee of the Minnesota Supreme Court. The papers should fall into one of the following four categories: Domestic Violence, Family Law, Civil and Criminal Law, and Court Room Environment. The judges will select one paper from each topic to be honored at an October 27, 2009 conference to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Report of the Minnesota Supreme Court Task Force for Gender Fairness in the Courts. In addition, each of the following publications will publish the winning paper from a topic in one of their spring 2010 issues: Hamline Journal of Public Law & Policy (Domestic Violence), St. Thomas Law Review (Civil and Criminal Law), William Mitchell Law Review (Courtroom Environment), Journal of Law & Inequality (Family Law). Deadline for submission: October 15, 2009.
For additional details, Google "Gender Fairness Implementation Committee," or paste this url into your browser: