Janet Halley spent six years writing “Split Decisions: How and Why to Take a Break from Feminism” (Princeton University Press, 2006), a groundbreaking book examining the contradictions and limitations of feminism in the law.
No one puffed on a Gauloises or sipped red wine, but people in the room had things to say about Kant.
Both sides have advocates as Harvard University considers moving HLS.
Janet Halley, an authority on legal issues surrounding gender, identity, and sexual orientation, has been appointed professor of law at HLS. “Janet Halley is one of the nation’s leading scholars of the law, politics, and theory of sexual orientation and group identity,” said Dean Robert Clark ’72. “She is renowned for her work in family […]