The New England Law Review's third issue of Volume 50 (Spr. 2016) features a thoughtful Symposium on the legacy, scholarship, and impact of the late Mary Joe Frug. Contributors are Dean Martha Minow of Harvard Law, Professors Gerald Frug and Joseph William Singer of Harvard Law, Prof. Laura Underkuffler of Cornell Law, and Dean Laura Rosenbury of the University of Florida School of Law. Subjects include feminist legal theory and scholarship, anti-paternalism, and "subversive property."
In addition, Issue 3 includes these extensive student contributions: Note, "Who Watches the Watchers?" by Justin Amos, and "Why is Your Grass Greener than Mine? The Need for Legal Reform to Combat Gender Discrimination in Professional Sports," by Tanya Dennis.
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