Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law
The Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law is in its twelfth year of publication. The mission of the Journal is to explore the impact of gender, sexuality, and race on both the theory and practice of law. The Journal complements a long tradition of feminist scholarship and advocacy at the Law Center. As you may know, Georgetown established the first sex discrimination clinic in the country. The Law Center also boasts one of the nation's most prestigious feminist legal faculties. The Journal seeks to complement the critical work being done by existing feminist journals while expanding inquiries into the intersection between gender, sexuality, and race. To that end, we have developed a unique publication that integrates cutting-edge scholarship and practical applications into each of the three distinct issues - one published in the winter and two published in the spring - that make up each volume. For more information on the three issues published by the Journal or the Journal's mission, please see the respective sections of this website.
The Journal accepts submissions on a rolling basis. For information on how to submit your article, essay, note or comment, please see the Submissions section of this website
Information on how to order your copy of The Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law is available in the Subscriptions section of this website.