U.S. Supreme Court decision in which a state law setting a maximum number of working hours for women was upheld, with future Justice Louis D. Brandeis arguing for the state.
women and the law
See alternative reproduction technology.
Also known as assisted reproductive technology, it is an alternative to traditional reproduction, used by persons who are infertile. It is also an umbrella term that encompasses in vitro fertilization, sperm donation, ovum donation, a surrogate carrier etc.
Durante el proceso de entrevista para un trabajo, los candidatos deben estar seguros de que comprenden las tareas que deberán desempeñar en caso de ser contratados. Para mayor seguridad, es recomendable contar con una descripción detallada por escrito de cada tarea.
Feminist Jurisprudence: An Overview
Feminist jurisprudence is a philosophy of law based on the political, economic, and social equality of sexes. As a field of legal scholarship, feminist jurisprudence began in 1960s. It now holds a significant place in U.S. law and legal thought and influences many debates on sexual and domestic violence, inequality in the workplace, and gender-based discrimination.
menu of sources
- 19th Amendment
- 14th Amendment
- Proposed Equal Rights Amendment (Not Ratified)
- CRS Annotated Constitution
Federal Judicial Decisions
Key Internet Sources
Useful Offnet (or Subscription - $) Sources
- Good Starting Point in Print:
- Martha Minow, Making All the Difference: Inclusion, Exclusion, and American Law (Cornell, 1991).
- Mary Joe Frug, Postmodern Legal Feminism (Routledge, 1992)
- Patricia Williams, The Alchemy of Race and Rights (Harvard, 1992)
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