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April 2019

Sex in Public: The Feminist Movement for Public Accommodations Law with Professor Liz Sepper

April 2 at 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

The Rutgers Center for Gender and Sexuality Law and Policy cordially invites you to "Sex in Public: The Feminist Movement for Public Accommodations Law" by Professor Elizabeth Sepper, Professor of Law at Washington University School of Law. April 2, 2019 12pm-1:30pm Rutgers Center for Law and Justice Baker Courtroom Elizabeth Sepper is a nationally recognized scholar of public accommodations, religious liberty, and health law. Her recent work focuses on legal theoretical and policy debates related to the antidiscrimination obligations of public accommodations—that…

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LGBTQ Health and Resilience Conference

April 12
Center for Law and Justice at Rutgers Law School,
123 Washington Street, Room 20
Newark, NJ 07102 United States
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LGBTQ HEALTH & RESILIENCE Promoting LGBTQ Health in Schools, Prisons, and the Military An Interdisciplinary Conference Register at this link. Friday, April 12, 2019 Center for Law and Justice Rutgers University, Newark

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CGSLP and The Women’s Right’s Law Reporter Annual Spring Symposium

April 17
Center for Law and Justice at Rutgers Law School,
123 Washington Street, Room 20
Newark, NJ 07102 United States
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Rutgers Law School Center for Law and Justice Baker Courtroom and Lower Level Atrium

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“Consent, Coercion, and Time” with Professor Michelle Dempsey

April 22 at 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Rutgers Law School – Faculty Lounge (E403),
217 N 5th St
Camden, NJ 08102 United States
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“Consent, Coercion, and Time”   It is widely agreed that coercion invalidates consent to sex - but what counts as coercion remains controversial. Over time, the baselines we use to identify sexual coercion have shifted, changing both the social norms and empirical realities that have long framed our understanding of sexual coercion. This essay examines some of these shifts and identifies two kinds of cases that arise as a result: first, cases in which culpability norms have shifted, such that what was once viewed…

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