Its contributors are women who teach and work in international law, policy and practice. Reading the blog feels like picking the minds of some of the most interesting women you could ever hope to have coffee with. They’re carving out a voice for women in international legal theory and practice, but it’s all written in a really accessible tone. Highly recommended, especially to future U.S. policy makers who will have to reckon with this growing voice in international politics.
-- Kate Alexander (left), a junior at Brandeis University, writing about us IntLawGrrls in a February Exploring Ethics blog post that we just discovered. Titled "Female judges, lawyers and rights – oh my! Chipping away at the glass ceiling in international politics," it too is well worth a read.
Heartfelt thanks for the kind words!