25th Anniversary Issue

In honor of the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law’s twenty-fifth anniversary, Journal staff, alumnae, and board members assembled a special Anniversary Issue to chronicle the Journal’s evolving zeitgeist. This issue includes reflections on the Journal’s founding, aspirations for the future of gender and legal scholarship and advocacy, and contemplation of the future impacts of emerging medical technologies on gender, reproduction, and autonomy. We also include three essays from a panel entitled “Banishing Women: The Law and Politics of Abortion Travel,” cosponsored by Columbia Law School and the Center for Reproductive Rights.

Published in Volume 33, Number 1 (2016).