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Globalization of American Legal Feminism

This guide was originally created to correspond to a course taught by Professor Janet Halley but can be used by anyone for whom the information is helpful. It is updated periodically.

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Contact Suzanne Wones, Head of Research, Curriculum and Publication Support, with a description of your topic and some times you are available.

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Terri is a Research Librarian and Foreign, Comparative and International Law specialist in the library, and she will gladly correspond with you by email -- or make a time to help you develop a research plan.

Visit the Langdell Reference Desk located on the fourth-floor of the Law Library. 

Call the Reference Desk at 617.495.4516.


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