Provides a timeline of significant moments in the history of women's rights in the US. Includes resources related to women's rights, women in politics, employment, health, and other issues of gender equality.
This article by Professor Judith Fischer examines whether judges are framing their opinions in gender-neutral language, and explains why gender-neutral language is important and discusses ways of constructing it.
This article by Professor Judith Fischer analyzes the extent to which Supreme Court justices used gender-neutral language. It examines both biased and gender-neutral phrasing in the justices’ opinions for the 2010 term.
Article by Professor Jamie Abrams examining the Women's Bar Association of the District of Columbia and the Washington College of Law "the women of the WBA were often the local face of the national women's movement".