Sunday, December 12, 2010


Congrats to Feminist Law Professors on being selected as one of the ABA Journal's top 100 Blawgs of 2010. I've read this blog for a while and always been very impressed by its content. Started by feminist professor Bridget Crawford, it has everything from pop culture to legal analysis. Some of the most handy things on the site include a listing of feminist law professors across the country as well as announcements for CFPs and Conferences. The award is well deserved.

Not that you need any more reasons to check out the site, but when you click over check out my guest blog post about the lack of female perspective in the legal classroom.

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