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Geduldig v. Aiello

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417 U.S. 484 (1974), argued 26 Mar. 1974, decided 17 June 1974 by vote of 6 to 3; Stewart for the Court, Brennan in dissent. Pregnancy was the topic of two important Supreme Court decisions...

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Geier v. American Honda Motor Co.

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529 U.S. 861 (2000), argued 7 December 1999, decided 22 May 2000, by vote of 5 to 4; Breyer for the Court, Stevens in dissent. The doctrine of implied preemption dictates that federal law...

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Gelpcke v. Dubuque

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1 Wall. (68 U.S.) 175 (1864), argued 15 Dec. 1863, decided 11 Jan. 1864 by vote of 8 to 1; Swayne for the Court, Miller in dissent, Taney not participating. The competition of northern...

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GEMAC

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A mnemonic for the phases of an interview. The key words are Greeting, Explanation, Mutual Activity, and Close.

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gender and crime

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Men commit more crimes, especially serious and violent crimes, than women; a difference largely accounted for by gender socialization rather than biological sex differences. Men commit...

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gender and development

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The phrase ‘gender and development’ is associated with the academic discipline of development studies and the related pursuit of public policy. The broad objective of development is to...

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Gender and Law

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The relationship between gender and American law is paradoxical. Law has been the source of significant gender inequality, reflecting a social and cultural consensus that justifies...

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gender issues in legal education

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Gender issues in legal education are discussed here in relation to three distinct but related areas: the law school curriculum, legal academics and, finally, law students. It is generally...

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gender reassignment

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A physiological and ultimately surgical procedure, under medical supervision, for the purpose of changing a person's sexual characteristics. The process is undertaken by transsexual...

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Gender Recognition Panel

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A panel established by the Gender Recognition Act 2004 to determine applications from transsexual persons who wish to be recognized in their newly acquired gender. A successful applicant...

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