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October 11, 2012

Associate Professors NeJaime, Ocen publish in California Law Review

Law review articles by Associate Professors Doug NeJaime and Priscilla A. Ocen appear in the California Law Review issue published in October 2012.

CalLawReview.jpgNeJaime's "Marriage Inequality: Same-Sex Relationships, Religious Exemptions and the Production of Sexual Orientation Discrimination" (100 Cal. L. Rev. 1169) looks at the conflict between marriage equality and religious liberty. Ocen's "Punishing Pregnancy: Race, Incarceration, and the Shackling of Pregnant Prisoners" (100 Cal. L. Rev. 1239) provides a critical assessment of the practice of shackling female prisoners who are in labor, and the historical undertones of the practice.