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Gender/Sexulity LAW

Postby lawbull335 » Wed Feb 03, 2010 4:58 pm

Is anyone else scouring the country for gender and sexuality classes/clinics/journals? I'd love to talk about your experiences! I have a list of all the schools with journals on these subjects, if that would help anybody. There are several that also offer a wealth of classes in this area. I'm liking, well, Columbia & NYU of course, but that's a reach. Also Georgetown, Michigan, Rutgers-Camden, and Cardozo (though their mailer has different information than their website).


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Re: Gender/Sexulity LAW

Postby vapourgypsy » Wed Feb 03, 2010 5:18 pm

You probably already have this information, but I'm fairly certain that American has a lot of courses that relate to Gender/Sexuality. Tulane has a student run LGBT journal, those are the two schools I've applied to that seemed to have the most. It is definitely something I'm interested in as well, but I'm not basing a lot of my decision on it.

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