Tuesday April 15, 2014
North Dakota Law Review
Editor in Chief:
Vol. 81:4 (2005)
Prelude: The Personal as Predicate
Images of Relationship
From In A Different Voice to The Birth of Pleasure: An Intellectual Journey
A Different Voicing of UnWelcomeness: Relational Reasoning and Sexual Harrassment
A Judicial Mediator's Perspective: The Impact of Gender on Dispute Reolution:
Thinking Like a Lawyer
Heeding the Voice of Native Women: Toward and Ethic of Decolonization
A Reflection on the Influence of Women on the North Dakota Legal Community
Equality for Women: Integration and Acceptance of Women in the Legal Profession and the Impact of Women in the Legal Profession
Protecting Victims by Working Around the System and Within the System: Statutory Protection for Emotional Abuse in the Domestic Violence Context
*We regret the unfortunate typographical error in the biographical footnote of Joy M. Bingham.
Joy Bingham is a J.D. candidate at the University of North Dakota School of Law. I would like to thank Judge Clapp, Judge Kleven, and Judge Medd for their participation in my article and their insight into domestic violence.