Rethinking Supreme Court Opinions from a Feminist Perspective
I recently had the opportunity to attend a gathering of scholars who are reimagining U.S. Supreme Court opinions, in the field of employment discrimination, from a feminist perspective.
Our project builds on the work of Kathryn Stanchi, Linda Berger and Bridget Crawford, whose book Feminist Judgments was recently published by Cambridge University Press. It was a thought provoking and interesting exchange of ideas, and I look forward to working on this book project in the months ahead. Thanks to UNLV Law School for hosting us.
This was my first academic conference since starting Hanner Clarke, and I was gratified by how interested my fellow law profs were in my decidedly non-professorial endeavor as a purse designer! By the way, the Dee tote (black/black calf hair) was the perfect briefcase/travel tote, and the Maren wristlet (creme with black calf hair) kept my hands free as I did some sightseeing on the Las Vegas strip. It was an intellectually stimulating and fun trip, and our Hanner Clarke bags did me proud!
Rebecca, for Hanner Clarke