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71 Chicago-Kent Law Review 977 (1996)

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Women and people of color teach in unprecedented and increasing numbers in American law schools. Fred Shapiro's survey demonstrates that these law teachers are publishing influential (much-cited) articles in the leading law reviews. Throughout this Symposium, the question is posed: Are these former outsiders now academic insiders? If that is too tough a question, consider this one: What outsider group is so marginalized that it is not only left out of analyses of outsider jurisprudence, but is so far out that it has been inside all along?

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1996

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