Mary Pat Treuthart, Weaving a Tapestry: Providing Context Through Service-Learning, 38 Gonz. L. Rev. 215 (2003).
More than thirteen years ago I began teaching an upper-class elective law school course on women and the law at Gonzaga University School of Law. I have since taught a variation of this course at two other law schools and as an adjunct undergraduate instructor in Gonzaga University’s political science department.
Initially, I focused on gathering appropriate teaching materials that would combine the theoretical and the practical. I wanted students to be familiar with the philosophical underpinnings of feminist political and jurisprudential theory. I also believed it was critical that law students have some ability to appreciate the concrete problems their future clients encounter….Read More