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32 Berkeley J. Gender L. & Just. [i] (2017)

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Summer 2017                                                 Volume   32

Transssexual,   Transgender,  Trans:                                   1
Reading    Judicial Nomenclature  in     Kris Franklin and Sarah E. Chinn
Title VII Cases

Shifting  Subjects of State Legibility:                              39
Gender   Minorities and  the Law  in                         Dipika Jain

Eliminating  the Element  of Chance:                                 73
School       District   Title     IX                       Victoria Ryan
Implementation   to Support Pregnant
and  Parenting Students

Abortion    in   Latin  America   in                                109
International Perspective: Limitations                   Natalie Sedacca
and  Potentials of the Use of Human
Rights  Law to Challenge Restrictions

The  Illegality of Sex Discrimination in                            137
Contracting                                            Whitney A. Brown

Governed        Through      Choice:                                 177
Autonomy, Technology and the
Politics of Reproduction
by  Jennifer M. Denbow

Wedlocked:   The  Perils of Marriage                                 187
by  Katherine Franke
It is the policy of the Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice not to draw a distinction between student
     pieces and the work of scholars, practitioners, and community workers. This policy reflects
       our belief that in a struggle for equality all efforts are of equal value and importance.

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