Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Law Professor Blogs Network Launches Gender and the Law Prof Blog, Seeks New Bloggers
The Law Professor Blogs Network is thrilled to announce the launch of Gender and the Law Prof Blog:
Welcome to the new Gender and the Law Blog. Your coeditors are John Kang and Tracy Thomas. John is Professor of Law at St. Thomas and he offers his perspective on masculinities and constitutional analysis. He is presently finishing a book called Manliness and the Constitution. In his spare time, he runs, reads nonfiction and argues with his children. Tracy is the Aileen McMurray Professor of Law at Akron and brings her feminist and litigator perspectives. Her work includes the annual edition of West’s Women and the Law, the book Feminist Legal History (with T.J. Boisseau), and her recent article on the misuse of women’s history in the pro-life movement. She spends her spare time chauffeuring. Let the blogging begin.
With the support of our sponsor Wolters Kluwer Law & Business/Aspen Publishers, the Network is seeking to expand by (1) recruiting law professors to launch blogs in other areas of the law school curriculum not currently covered by the Network (including Administrative Law, Appellate Advocacy, Bankruptcy, Civil Rights, Human Rights, Intellectual Property, Law & Economics, National Security, Native American Law, Race and the Law, and Trial Advocacy); and (2) affiliating with existing blogs edited by law professors. We offer bloggers the premier blogging platform and the opportunity to share in the growing sponsorship and advertising revenues generated by the Network. For more information, see here.