The Cardozo Journal of Law and Gender has been a pioneering publisher of gender-related legal scholarship for over twenty years. 
Interdisciplinary in outlook, the journal publishes three issues per year on a diverse cross-section of topics, ranging from gender and sexuality, to family and children.
Recent publications have included articles on the legal implications of reproductive technology and bio-engineering, rape as a war crime, foster care and gender discrimination in insurance coverage.
The Journal also has the distinction of being our nation’s only publisher of a gender-related annotated legal bibliography. In addition to being found in hundreds of library collections, the Journal is available on Lexis and Westlaw, and through our website.

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