Haub Law Emerging Scholar Award in Gender and Law

The Haub Law Emerging Scholar Award in Gender & Law is presented annually in recognition of excellent legal scholarship related to gender and the law published by a full-time law professor with five or fewer years of full-time teaching experience. After an open call for submissions, papers are reviewed on a blind basis by members of the Haub Law faculty with expertise in this area. The Elisabeth Haub School of Law invites the award recipient to present their winning scholarship to the Haub Law community.

Prior winners:

Elizabeth D. Katz (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
"Sex, Suffrage, and State Constitutional Law: Women’s Legal Right to Hold Public Office" 33 Yale J. Law & Feminism. 110 (2022)

Marie-Amélie George (Wake Forest)
Exploring Identity,” 54 Fam. L.Q. 1 (2021)

Greer Donley (University of Pittsburgh)
Contraceptive Equity: Curing the Sex Discrimination in the ACA’s Mandate,” 71 Ala. L. Rev. 499 (2019)