DJGLP Publishes "Gender, Sexuality & the Military"

June 27, 2007Duke Law News

With the publication of its latest issue, “Gender, Sexuality and the Military,” The Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy (DJGLP) has released the second largest issue ever published by a journal at Duke Law School – second only to DJGLP’s January 2007 issue, “Makeup, Identity Performance & Discrimination.”

Addressing such timely topics as the exemption of women from direct ground combat, the Solomon Amendments, “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy,” the Journal’s 14th volume boasts 32 prominent contributors, including:

  • Laurence Tribe, University Professor, Harvard University

  • Elena Kagan, Dean, Harvard Law School

  • Mario L. Barnes, Professor, University of Miami School of Law

  • Kingsley R. Browne, Professor, Wayne State University Law School

  • Walter T. Cox, III, former Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

  • Elaine Donnelly, President, Center for Military Readiness

  • Shannon Gilreath, Adjunct Professor, Wake Forest University School of Law

  • Diane H. Mazur, Professor, University of Florida Levin College of Law

  • Martha McSally, Colonel, USAF

  • Linda Strite Murnane, Colonel, USAF (Ret.)

  • Noya Rimalt, Faculty of Law, Haifa University

  • Rebecca Sawyer, Servicemembers Legal Defense Network

  • Kathi Westcott, Servicemembers Legal Defense Network

“Gender, Sexuality and the Military” is available online at

The Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy is an interdisciplinary publication devoted to a discussion of gender, sexuality, race, and class in the context of law and public policy. To learn more about the Journal and how to subscribe, please visit
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