Where Are The Women? A precious few were published in recent addition of the UCLA Law Review

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Invited articles by fourteen men, but only two women, in a Symposium edition?

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Volume 56, Issue 5 (June 2009)

Symposium: The Second Amendment and the Right to Bear Arms After D.C. v. Heller

Gun Control After Heller: Threats and Sideshows From a Social Welfare Perspective (pdf)
Philip J. Cook, Jens Ludwig, and Adam M. Samaha

Heller, New Originalism, and Law Office History:”Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss” (pdf)
Saul Cornell

Heller and the Triumph of Originalist Judicial Engagement: A Response to Judge Harvie Wilkinson (pdf)
Alan Gura

The Heller Paradox (pdf)
Dennis A. Henigan

A Modern Historiography of the Second Amendment (pdf)
Don B. Kates

The Myth of Big-Time Gun Trafficking and the Overinterpretation of Gun Tracing Data (pdf)
Gary Kleck and Shun-Yung Kevin Wang

Why The Second Amendment Has a Preamble: Original Public Meaning and the Political Culture of Written Constitutions in Revolutionary America (pdf)
David Thomas Konig

The Second Amendment, Heller, and Originalist Jurisprudence (pdf)
Nelson Lund

The Supreme Court and the Uses of History: District of Columbia v. Heller (pdf)
Joyce Lee Malcolm

Heller & Originalism’s Dead Hand : In Theory and Practice (pdf)
Reva B. Siegel

Permissible Gun Regulations After Heller: Speculations About Method and Outcomes (pdf)
Mark Tushnet

Implementing the Right To Keep and Bear Arms for Self-Defense: An Analytical Framework and a Research Agenda (pdf)
Eugene Volokh

Heller’s Catch-22 (pdf)
Adam Winkler

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The Right to Know: An Approach to Gun Licenses and Public Access to Government Records (pdf)
Kelsey M. Swanson

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2 Responses to Where Are The Women? A precious few were published in recent addition of the UCLA Law Review

  1. uclastudent says:

    Two points:

    One, the slating of the Symposium Issue of the UCLA Law Review is done not by the Law Review staff but by the faculty.

    Two, this symposium was on the Second Amendment. It’s my understanding that this topic tends to be dominated by a small group of legal scholars. I would not blame the Law Review or the faculty for any gender imbalances here.

  2. Ann Bartow says:

    Two, this symposium was on the Second Amendment.

    Really? I had no idea! Asshole.

    Many of the articles listed in the ToC are written by people who do NOT have any particularly notable record of previous Second Amendment scholarship. So the field was pretty open, and more women could have easily, and without any quality dilution, have been included.

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