Feminist legal theory, also called feminist jurisprudence, studies law from the viewpoint of feminist theorists. Feminist Jurisprudence influences thought in every area of law - among them domestic relations (marriage, divorce, and family), domestic violence, employment, sexual harassment, civil rights, taxation, human rights, and reproductive rights.
Feminist legal theory influences other disciplines as well. Research in this area covers not just traditional legal resources, but interdisciplinary resources as well.
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This guide was created by Cynthia Pittson and is maintained by Deborah L. Heller.