The Buffalo Journal of Gender, Law & Social Policy was a professional journal published annually by students of the University at Buffalo School of Law. Its purpose is to publish significant student and professional contributions to legal literature. Buffalo Journal of Gender, Law & Social Policy published works that challenge traditional avenues of legal and academic thought and pursues alternative means of expressing the lives and concerns of men, women, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, & questioning persons.
Vols. 7-16 (1999-2008) of the Buffalo Journal of Gender, Law and Social Policy were published under the title Buffalo Women's Law Journal.
See Buffalo Journal of Gender, Law and Social Policy for more information about the journal.
Current Volume: Volume 16 (2007)
The Adulterous Wife: A Cross-Historical and Interdisciplinary Approach
Meghan E.B. Norton
Domesticity and the Texas Community Property System
Lauren F. Redman
Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy: Treatment in the Courts
Kimberly L. Sweet