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Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society, formerly the Wisconsin Women's Law Journal

As of the first of the year, the Wisconsin Women's Law Journal is now the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society. From the announcement:

The new name is more closely aligned with the Journal's mission statement. For twenty-two years, the Journal has been seeking scholarship that, "examine[s] the intersection of law and gender with issues of race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and sexual orientation." As the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society, we will continue to publish articles with this content, now under a more inclusive name that acknowledges the impact of gender on the legal system, without reference to one sex.

See also the announcement of their upcoming symposium, "Working From the World Up: Equality's Future" on March 14th and 15th, 2008.