Texas Journal of Women and the Law
I am actually going to continue Professor Ead's discussion on procreation and think about it in a slightly different way. As an inheritance law scholar, the definition of the parent-child relationship has obvious importance to me because it determines who is an heir. As a feminist scholar, the definition is also significant to me because the legal rules regarding the parent-child relationship provide a unique perspective on the dialectical link between property and family.
Mary Louise Fellows, A Feminist Interpretation of the Law of Legitimacy, 7 Tex. J. Women & L. 195 (1998), available at http://scholarship.law.umn.edu/faculty_articles/270.