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Professor Renee Knake Jun 18
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez May 12
Happy ! Let’s celebrate by making 3 months paid parental leave the minimum standard for all workers in the United States. 🌹
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Lauren Moxley May 22
Not going to lie. Sometimes RBG’s popular culture icon status of seems like a bit much, even to me, and I’m making a podcast about her oral arguments! I guess that’s part of why I’m making this podcast in the 1st place—to dig deeper. To move beyond the gangsta-feminist symbolism.
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The Ginsburg Tapes May 12
Happy Mother’s Day, TGT fam! 💐
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Professor Renee Knake Apr 9
Thanks to my home institution supporting my leave + & bringing me to + & hosting me in + kids on Autumn Holiday, I have this wonderful opportunity to speak about
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Shortlisted Project Apr 1
The Shortlisted Project will soon be a book! In the meantime go hear talk about it at in Hobart or Sydney if you’re in Australia. Or follow for upcoming dates in the US
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Professor Renee Knake Mar 1
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Nina Totenberg Oct 31
How a future chief justice once proposed to a future first.
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WhyCourtsMatter Oct 30
Replying to @WhyCourtsMatter
She also notes in her opening remarks that her students, when informed that she would be testifying today, were shocked that the proposed changes weren't already in place in the judicial code of conduct.
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WhyCourtsMatter Oct 30
Almost 2 hours into the public hearing on changes to the code of conduct for US judges, we finally hear from a woman. Prof. Renee Newman Knake of the University of Houston Law Center "fears that the proposed changes may fall short," but also applauds this step forward.
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UH Law Center Oct 30
Click here to watch Professor 's live testimony:
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Professor Renee Knake Oct 29
I'll be in DC tomorrow to testify about proposed changes to the Code of Conduct for federal judges regarding sexual harassment...watch live 9AM Spoiler alert: I support the reforms but believe they could be strengthened
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Professor Renee Knake Sep 29
"When President Ronald Reagan appointed the first woman to the court, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, in 1981, Chief Justice Warren Burger responded by assigning her to the cafeteria committee. Each junior justice since has been stuck with the chore..."
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Professor Renee Knake Sep 27
Wish this wasn't the case, but teaching a new seminar Gender, Power, Leadership & Law this semester couldn't be better timed given testimony today. Several students authoring research papers on the hearing and media coverage...stay tuned
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Professor Renee Knake Sep 21
9/21/81 Sandra Day O’Connor was confirmed to 99-0.
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Professor Renee Knake Sep 17
Teaching a seminar on gender, power, leadership and law this semester and pulled this off the shelf for class today to help my students understand
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ABA News Sep 6
New study from The ABA Commisison on Women in the Profession () in partnership with & finds and endemic in legal profession:
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Professor Renee Knake Sep 4
Quite a start to confirmation hearings. gives floor to male senators protesting the process but not to the female senators while audience continues to protest
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Professor Renee Knake Sep 3
Love 's prompt so: Raised by railroad engineer & stay-home mom Worked: -babysitter -paper delivery -retail (sporting goods to watches) -camp counselor/manager -computer lab -research asst -lawyer -law prof Dignity in all labor We take different paths
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