The Alice Paul Feminist Jurisprudence Essay Contest Award Reception

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

The Alice Paul Feminist Jurisprudence Essay Contest honors the feminist legacy of Washington College of Law's founders and alumni. The contest is named for Alice Paul (Class of '22), who authored the Equal Rights Amendment while still a WCL student. Sponsored by a private benefactor, the purpose of the competition is to foster the next generation of scholars and activists by creating a venue for them to showcase creative contributions to feminist jurisprudence. Please join us for a presentation and celebration as we honor the 2007 Alice Paul Essay Contest winner Wendy Yang. Ms. Yang will present her work, "Is Recognizing the Monetary Value of Housework Sufficient in Achieving Gender Equality: Assessing Taiwan's �1003-1 and �1018-1's Potential Impact on Taiwan's Road Toward Gender Equality."

Sponsored by the Women and the Law and Legal Rhetoric Programs

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