Center for Gender & Sexuality Law Launches New e-journal: GSL Online

Posted on May 3rd, 2010 by Katherine Franke
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The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law at Columbia Law School launched today a new e-journal in which Columbia law students can publish written work that engages issues of gender and/or sexuality law.  The journal, GSL Online, or Gender & Sexuality Law Online, is a site somewhat like SSRN where student seminar papers, independent study, Notes in draft, working papers, LLM essays and other written work can be published electronically.   This publication offers our students the opportunity to publish work that might otherwise disappear at the close of the semester in which it was written.

While many students write Notes that are published in print journals such as the the Columbia Law Review or the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, many more produce excellent written work in seminars, small classes, as independent study, or as an LLM essay that do not take the form of a publishable Note.  These projects advance our understanding of emerging issues such as gender identity discrimination, human trafficking, reproductive technologies, immigration reform, or marriage equality, to name only a few topics.  Print law journals are no longer the exclusive repository of knowledge produced in a law school setting and Gender & Sexuality Law Online makes it possible for excellent student scholarship to find readers beyond the four walls of the law school, and for those readers to engage our student scholars and their work.   GSL Online will accept submissions from current or former Columbia Law School students.

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