This LibGuide is designed for use by students in a Gender, Sexuality, and the Law Seminar.
The intersection of gender, sexuality, and the law is an area of considerable legal and social complexity. This interdisciplinary study focuses on equality, race and racism, sex and sexism, the family unit, sexual subordination, sexual harassment, LGBT rights, reproductive control, and many others. The complex, interdisciplinary nature provides an environment full of ripe research topics. This guide aims to provide a step-by-step process to enable students to successfully complete a seminar paper focused on gender, sexuality, and the law.
This law-focused blog is part of the Law Prof Blog Network. Professor Tracy A. Thomas of the University of Akron School of Law serves at Editor.
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