Welcome to the Women's Rights Law Reporter
The Women's Rights Law Reporter is a
quarterly journal of legal scholarship and feminist criticism published
by students at the Rutgers School of Law in Newark.
Founded in 1970 by now-Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
and feminist activists, legal workers, and law students and first
published independently in New York City, the Reporter moved to Rutgers
in 1972 and became formally affiliated with the law school in 1974. It
is the oldest legal periodical in the United States focusing exclusively
on the field of women's rights law.
The Reporter examines
legislative developments, significant federal and state court cases,
judicial doctrines, litigation strategies, and the lives and careers of
prominent women jurists, the legal profession, and other areas of the
law or public policy relating to women's rights.