Source: (2008) Creighton Law Review, vol. 41:595-661
The article develops a feminist legal theory of justice that seeks to overcome the limitations of traditional legal strategies. The author then applies her theory to the case of sexual crimes perpetrated against women in Rwanda in an effort to conceptualize a justice that empowers women.
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