VALPARAISO, IN. – Tajanae Mallett, a second year law student at Valparaiso University Law School, was recently published in the July 9, 2012 issue of Student Appeal.
Mallett’s article is titled “The Equal Protection Clause and Who It Protects: Were Women Intended to Be Protected by the Equal Protection Clause?” The article views through an analysis of different approaches, including the Originalist Approach and the Scalia Approach. She also discusses the Women’s Rights Movement and associated case law.
The Student Appeal is an online law journal that was established in 2011. It features legal articles and editorials that discuss a variety of legal and policy issues, among other things. They accept submissions of legal articles and case notes from students and licensed attorneys.
This article can be accessed through http://thestudentappeal.com/article/women-and-the-equal-protection-clause.
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