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How Money For Legal Scholarship Disadvantages Feminism, Martha T. Mccluskey Feb 2011

How Money For Legal Scholarship Disadvantages Feminism, Martha T. Mccluskey

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A dramatic infusion of outside money has shaped legal theory over the last several decades, largely to the detriment of feminist theory. Nonetheless, the pervasive influence of this funding is largely ignored in scholarly discussions of legal theory. This denial helps reinforce the marginal position of feminist scholarship and of women in legal theory. Conservative activists and funders have understood the central role of developing community culture and institutions, and have helped shift the prevailing framework for discussion of many questions of theory and policy through substantial investments in law-and-economics centers and in the Federalist Society. Comparing the institutional resources ...


Justiciability And Theories Of Judicial Review: A Remote Relationship, Lee A. Albert Sep 1977

Justiciability And Theories Of Judicial Review: A Remote Relationship, Lee A. Albert

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Some Speculation About Artificial Intelligence And Legal Reasoning, Bruce G. Buchanan, Thomas E. Headrick Nov 1970

Some Speculation About Artificial Intelligence And Legal Reasoning, Bruce G. Buchanan, Thomas E. Headrick

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