12 Cardozo J.L. & Gender [ix] (2005-2006)
Table of Contents - Issue 3

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VOLUME 12                   2006               NUMBER 3
 2006 Yeshiva University
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Reconceptualising Female Trafficking: The Inhuman Trade in
Women
Alison Cole                                           789
Cultural, Economic and Legal Factors Underlying Trafficking in
Thailand and Their Impact on Women and Girls from Burma
Christa Foster Crawford                              821
The Cultural, Political, and Legal Climate Behind the Fight to
Stop Trafficking in Women: William J. Clinton's Legacy to
Women's Rights
Susan Tiefenbrun                                      855
The Importance of Realizing Other Rights to Prevent Sex
Trafficking
Jonathan Todres                                       885
Looking at Trafficking Through a New Lens
Nilanjana Ray                                         909
SYMPOSIUM REPORT
The Impact of Feminine Leadership on State Courts: A Panel of
Women Chief Justices
Alan Florendo                                         929
NOTES
Reconceptualizing Child Sexual Exploitation as a Bias Crime
Under the Protect Act
Tracy Agyemang                                       937
Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed,
Something Blue and a Silver Sixpence for Her Shoe: Dukes v.
Wal-Mart & Sex Discrimination Class Actions
Winnie Chau                                          969
Dukes v. Wal-Mart: Can 1.5 Million Women Save Employment
Discrimination Class Actions?
Robert Fisher                                        1009

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