Family Law Blog

Originally posted in Concurring Opinions where Professor Dowd was  to be a guest blogger for the month of May. Read the original post here.  We live in a time where we can accurately predict the risks and opportunities for many children.  As surely as if we marked them at birth (or even before), we ...

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Originally posted in Concurring Opinions where Professor Dowd was  to be a guest blogger for the month of May. Read the original post here.    Amidst a recent move, I had one of those conversations that happen for those of us who teach family law.  My mover, Big Mike, about halfway through the day, discovered ...

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Originally posted in Concurring Opinions where Professor Dowd was  to be a guest blogger for the month of May. Read the original post here.  Men’s care work and wage work both are powerfully impacted by the dynamic of masculinities. Masculinities are the male equivalent of female gender norms; they are plural because there are ...

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Professors Jon Mills, Nancy E. Dowd  and Stacey Steinberg coauthored to this post. The Ashley Madison breach placed a spotlight on core issues about modern culture, technology and the family. The legal, personal and social consequences are significant. There have been suicides; there will be divorces, firings and embarrassment. Technology facilitates many things, ...

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