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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.


This guide is meant to help you find laws and information on the topic of Globalization of American Feminist Legal Reform; the goal is to provide useful (but not exhaustive) resources. 

Research requires analysis and synthesis of information, and no one resource will likely provide sufficient information or data on any given topic. 

While conducting your research, you may want to explore: 

  • International government organizations (IGOs) and regional organizations, to understand their legal structures

  • Treatises on feminism

  • News sources, including blogs from other countries or non-profits, showing the progress made in their area of the world

  • Practical and scholarly articles

 For more ideas:

  • Chat by entering your question in the CHAT box on the right

  • Email Terri Saint-Amour at

  • Visit the law school library (Langdell) Reference Desk - fourth floor