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, application of Title IX to male college athletes, gentrification, infant changing tables in male restrooms, and the consitutionality of pornography regulations in the United Kingdom.

Additionally, the Journal sponsors symposia on current issues in its field. Recent topics have included; sex abuse of children in New York State; the gloal refugee crisis; and sex work.

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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