Fall 2004 – Volume XIX, Number 2



Rehabilitating Partnership Marriage As A Theory of Wealth Distribution at Divorce: In Recognition Of A Shared Life Alice Brokars Kelly
“Well-Behaved Women Don’t Make History”: Rethinking English Family, Law and History Danaya C. Wright


Custody Cases and the Expansion of the Equitable Parent Doctrine: When Should “Acting Like” a Parent Be Enough Sara Opichka
All Relevant Factors: Gender in the Analysis of Exceptional and Extremely Unusual Hardship Jennifer Lindsley
The Mystery of Title VII: The Various Interpretation of Title VII as Applied to Homosexual Plaintiffs Michael Sachs


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