Washington University Journal of Law & Policy
As a public-interest environmental lawyer, this author explores gender in the legal profession. Specifically, gender in environmental law. Through a recognition of the gendered dimensions of environmental law, this Article explores the nature-culture binary, the relationship of meat to masculinity, and perceptions of the risks and threats of climate change.
Elizabeth J. Hubertz,
Earth Mothers, Soy Boys, and Cool Dudes: Practicing Law While Protecting the Environment,
Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y