While individuals remain free to some extent to select their own life paths, larger choices about women's roles in the family and in society are determined by the collective social and political body.
Discusses transracial adoptions in depth, focusing on the adoption of Black children.
Examines the concept of exclusion/exemption in the labor compensation context in relation to Robert Reich's term as Secretary of Labor.
Traces the structure of clinical education as part of the law school experience and examines the role of the clinic professor as it extends beyond supervision.
Other Issues in this Volume
- Labor Pains: Childbearing Centers in a New Health Care System
- Silent No More: Physician's Legal and Ethical Obligations to Patients Seeking Abortions
- Roundtable Discussion: Is Equal Access the Prescription for Equity?
- Access to Health Care: What Are the Barriers to Equitable Access and How Can They Be Overcome?
- Crossing the Threshold: Equal Marriage Rights for Lesbians and Gay Men and the Intra-Community Critique
- Evidence of a Sexually Hostile Workplace: What is it and How Should it Be Assessed after Harris v. Forklift Systems, Inc.
- Criminal Responsibility, Social Responsibility, and Angry Young Men: Reflections of a Feminist Criminal Defense Lawyer
- A Regime of Social Death: Criminal Punishment in the Age of Prisons