Women's Rights Law Reporter
|Women's Rights Law Reporter|
The Women's Rights Law Reporter is a journal of legal scholarship published by an independent student group at Rutgers School of Law—Newark. The journal provides a forum for exploring law and public policy relating to women’s rights and gender. The journal is published quarterly. The editors in chief for 2012-2013 are Emmy Acevedo and Patrina Ozurumba.
History and focus
The journal was founded in 1970 by Rutgers law students and now Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. On its founding advisory board were Margot Champagne, Mary Eastwood, Riane Eisler, Ann Freedman, Jo Ann Evans Gardner, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Janice Goodman, Renee Hanover, Arthur Kinoy, Pauli Murray, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Bernice Handler, Diane B. Schulder, Faith A. Seidenberg, and Nancy Stearns. The journal is the first legal periodical in the United States to focus exclusively on the field of women’s rights law.