Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice hosts annual or biennial symposia that explore current issues of law and inequality. Past symposia have explored assisted reproduction, law in the modern American family, the rights of children, issues facing LGBTQ athletes, critical race theory, and civil rights.

Browse the contents of Law & Inequality Symposia:

The Summit for Civil Rights
Please join Vice President Walter Mondale, Congressman Keith Ellison, and other civil rights, labor, political, and faith leaders for a conference about building a movement to end racial segregation in the United States.
2016: Legal Feminism: Looking Back, Looking Forward
Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice Presents its 35th Annual Symposium Honoring Catharine A. MacKinnon and her work, Toward a Feminist Theory of State, at 30 years.
Playing with Pride: LGBT Inclusion in Sports
A symposium exploring athletics and LGBT inclusion, with particular emphasis on the integration of openly gay and lesbian athletics into professional and collegiate sports, the definition of gender underlying athletic competitions, and the challenges of inclusion at every level of competition.
Civil Rights & Civil Justice: 50 Years Later
International Wrongs, International Rights: The Use of Criminal Law to Protect Human Rights