CARDOZO WOMEN'S LAW JOURNAL

VOLUME 3                            1996                           NUMBER I

SPECIAL ISSUE:

MANDATORY HIV TESTING OF NEWBORNS AND THEIR MOTHERS

 

Introduction

                                                                            Paris R Baldacci                                                                            

 

Why Mandatory HIV Testing of Pregnant Women and Newborns Must Fail: A Legal, Historical, and Public Policy Analysis

                                                                     Elizabeth B. Cooper                                                                    

 

An Argument for Universal Pediatric HIV Testing, Counseling and Treatment

                                                                         Colin Crawford                                                                         

 

Mandatory Screening of Newborns for HIV: An Idea Whose Time Has Not Yet Come

                                                                      Nina Loewenstein                                                                      

 

NOTES

 

The Politics of Pediatric AIDS

                                                                         Jennifer Cooper                                                                         

 

While Ignorance May Not Be Bliss, It Is a Mother's Right: Constitutional Implications of Testing Newborn Babies for HIV

                                        Julie D. Levinson                                         

 

Jiggetts v. Grinker: Does It Establish a Right to "Adequate Shelter Allowance" in New York State?

Kurt Emhoff

Child Care: The Forgotten Tax Deduction

                             Efrem Z. Fischer                             

                          

WOMEN'S ANNOTATED LEGAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 

CARDOZO WOMEN'S LAW JOURNAL

VOLUME 3                            1996                            NUMBER2

SPECIAL ISSUE:

WOMEN'S RIGHTS IN GERMANY SINCE UNIF1CATION

 

Introduction

Belinda Cooper

 

Making Equality Law More Effective: Lessons from the German Experience

Dr. Ninon Colneric

 

A Different Approach to Jurisprudence? Feminisms in German Legal Science, Legal Cultures, and the Ambivalence of Law

Susanne Baer

 

Equal Rights-Compatibility of Family and Career-Legal Comparison: East Germany (GDR) and Federal Republic of Germany Today

Anita Grandke

 

Lifting the Ban on Women's Night Work in Europe-A Straight Road to Equality in Employment?

Dagmar Schiek

 

The Victim-Plaintiff in Criminal Trials and Civil Law Responses to Sexual Violence

Alexandra Gay

 

Prostitution and the Law in Germany

Margarete von Galen

 

On the History of Fathers' Rights and Mothers' Duty of Care

Sibylla Fliigge

 

German Unification and the Reform of Abortion Law

Rosemarie Will

 

Reach and Substance of the Principle of Equal Treatment in Social Security Law under European Community and German Constitutional Law

Ursula Rust

Between  Legal  Studies and  Feminism, Note

Mareike  Coppi, Bettina Joos and Ina Steidl

NOTES

 

Using the American Courts to Prosecute International Crimes against Women: Jane Doe v. Radovan Karadzic and S. Kadic v. Radovan Karadzic

Rachel Bart  

 

The Mark of Cain: No Second Chance for Teachers Convicted of Sex Offenses against Students

Eric J Kuperman

Susan Smith and Other Homicidal Mothers-In Search of the Punishment that Fits the Crime

Janet Ford