The UCLA Women's Law Journal is an academic legal journal that uses the power of language to educate people and make women's voices heard. We seek to do so by focusing not only on the common struggles of women, but also on diversity as a strength in feminist legal scholarship. Through diversity, we seek to represent the reality of all women's lives and experiences, without separating voices into exclusionary categories.
Volume 5, Issue 1, 1994
Symposium: Women in Central and Eastern Europe: Nationalism, Feminism and Possibilities for the Future
Women and Nationalism: On the Position of Women in the Nationalist Movements of the Balkan Peninsula
Continuity and Discontinuity in the Legal System: What It Means for Women: A Female Lawyer's Perspective on Women and the Law in Hungary