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Law and Gender

John Marshall Law School

2018

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Police, Heroes, And Child Trafficking: Who Cries When Her Attacker Wears Blue?, 18 Nev. L.J. 1007 (2018), Samuel Vincent Jones Jan 2018

Police, Heroes, And Child Trafficking: Who Cries When Her Attacker Wears Blue?, 18 Nev. L.J. 1007 (2018), Samuel Vincent Jones

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A (Not So) Simple Question: Does Title Ix Encompass “Gender”?, 51 J. Marshall L. Rev. 225 (2018), J. Brad Reich Jan 2018

A (Not So) Simple Question: Does Title Ix Encompass “Gender”?, 51 J. Marshall L. Rev. 225 (2018), J. Brad Reich

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This article has five sections. Section I looks at critical, operational, definitions of “sex” and “gender.” As we shall see, the terms are not synonyms. That distinction is important as section II takes us back to Title IX’s original text. That language prohibited discrimination based on sex, but it remains silent on the issue of gender. Section III then examines how Title IX evolved in terms of depth, breadth, and scope. The most recent expansion brought campus sexual violence procedures under Title IX. That development may be particularly thought provoking as sexual violence, like gender, is not part of ...


Eliminating Racism And The Diversity Gap In The Video Game Industry, 51 J. Marshall L. Rev. 863 (2018), Elizabeth Hackney Jan 2018

Eliminating Racism And The Diversity Gap In The Video Game Industry, 51 J. Marshall L. Rev. 863 (2018), Elizabeth Hackney

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Justice For Victims Of Sex Trafficking: Why Current Illinois Efforts Aren’T Enough, 51 J. Marshall L. Rev. 715 (2018), Rachael Derham Jan 2018

Justice For Victims Of Sex Trafficking: Why Current Illinois Efforts Aren’T Enough, 51 J. Marshall L. Rev. 715 (2018), Rachael Derham

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