Alito Cites a Judge Who Treated Women as Property
Washington Post (May 10, 2022), at A19.

How the Law Expects and Accommodates Deceit in Courtship, Sex, and Marriage
Legal History Blog (February 19, 2020).

How No-Fault Divorce Transformed the Law Governing Intimate Deception
Legal History Blog (February 14, 2020).

A Legal History of Intimate Deception About Race
Legal History Blog (February 11, 2020).

The Rise and Fall of Heart Balm Actions for Intimate Deception
Legal History Blog (February 6, 2020).

Why the Law Protects Liars, Cheats, and Thieves in Personal Relationships 
Oxford University Press Blog (July 8, 2019).

The Law of Marital Rape (July 29, 2015).

The Law Should Do Much More to Protect Sibling Relationships When Families Fall Apart 
Slate (July 8, 2014).

Family Law Reimagined: Family Law’s Misguided “Common Sense”
American Constitution Society Book Talk (June 5, 2014).

About the Author

Jill Elaine Hasday is a Distinguished McKnight University Professor and the Centennial Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota Law School. She teaches and writes about anti-discrimination law, constitutional law, family law, and legal history. Hasday graduated from Yale College and Yale Law School.

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