Call for Bloggers: Feminist Law Professors Blog

June 18, 2013 at 6:08 pm Leave a comment

The Feminist Law Professor Blog is looking for “self-identified feminist law professors, whatever that term means to you.”  Consider guest blogging (or more) over the summer and/or into the fall.  They are especially interested in hearing from folks who would be willing to commit to writing one to two posts a week over a one-month period of your choice.  The posts can be long or short and on just about any topic that you think would be of interest to feminist law professors.  The goal of the blog is to build community.  If you are interested in being added to the blogroll and/or guest blogging, contact Bridget Crawford (bcrawford@law.pace.edu).   All perspectives and subject matter specialties are welcome.

Topics: Interdisciplinary, Women & The Law

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