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Annual survey of periodical literature
Kendra Huard Fershee, Annual Survey of Periodical Literature, 52 Fam. L.Q. 657 (2019).
This Annual Survey of Periodical Literature provides a sampling of law review articles published in 2017 and 2018. It highlights the variety and depth of family law research produced during this period and calls attention ...
Family Law Quarterly
53 Fam. L.Q. (2019-2020) (Kendra Huard Fershee ed.).
Parent trap: The unconsitutional severing of parental rights without due process of law
Kendra Huard Fershee, The Parent Trap: The Unconstitutional Severing of Parental Rights Without Due Process of Law, 30 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 639 (2014).
In 1997, Congress passed the Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA) to stem what it perceived to be an overreliance by states on foster care to provide a safe place for children whose parents had been accused of abuse or ...
Parent is a parent, no matter how small
Kendra Huard Fershee, A Parent Is a Parent, No Matter How Small, 18 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 425 (2012).
Every parent in America has constitutional rights to parent his or her children. But if a parent is under the age of eighteen, those rights are tenuous. There is no question that adolescent parents face difficulties while ...
Act for all contexts: Incorporating the Pregnancy Discrimination Act into Title IX to help pregnant students gain and retain access to education
Kendra Fershee, An Act for All Contexts: Incorporating the Pregnancy Discrimination Act into Title IX to Help Pregnant Students Gain and Retain Access to Education, 39 Hofstra L. Rev. 281 (2010).
Few would agree that pregnancy discrimination is a tolerable by-product of a modern society. Yet there is at least one segment of society where pregnancy discrimination can thrive - federally funded schools. Even though ...
Hollow promises for pregnant students: How the regulations governing title IX fail to prevent pregnancy discrimination in school
Kendra Fershee, Hollow Promises for Pregnant Students: How the Regulations Governing Title IX Fail to Prevent Pregnancy Discrimination in School, 43 Ind. L. Rev. 79 (2009).
This Article describes the unequal treatment of pregnant students historically in American public school historically and how the regulations implementing Title IX are too weak to ensure that the historical discrimination ...
New legal writing: The importance of teaching law sudents how to use e-mail professionally
Kendra Huard Fershee, The New Legal Writing: The Importance of Teaching Law Students How to Use E-mail Professionally, 71 Md. L. Rev. Endnotes 1 (2011).
Anyone who has worked in a legal capacity in the last ten years can attest to the meteoric rise in the use of e-mail as a means of professional communication. Recent empirical research demonstrates that e-mail is the most ...
Discretionary recusal and the appearance of partiality through the eyes of the Fifth Circuit in Republic of Panama v. American tobacco Co.
Kendra Huard Fershee, Discretionary Recusal and the Appearance of Partiality Through the Eyes of the Fifth Circuit in Republic of Panama v. American Tobacco Co., 77 Tul. L. Rev. 517 (2002).
When then-attorney, now-Federal District Judge Carl J. Barbier took his seat as President of the Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association (LTLA), he probably had no idea that his service for the LTLA would later cause him to ...
Same-sex marriage in West Virginia
Kendra Huard Fershee, Op-Ed, Same-Sex Marriage in West Virginia, What’s Next?, JURIST, Jan. 26, 2015, https://www.jurist.org/commentary/2015/01/kendra-fershee-west-virginia/.
Same-sex marriage supporters in West Virginia—and several other states—went to bed on Sunday night, October 5, 2014, not knowing that they should be as excited as Cindy Lou Who on Christmas Eve. The next morning, those ...
Writing professional e-mail; yes you can!
Kendra Huard Fershee, Writing Professional E-mail; Yes You Can!, Bloomberg L. Rep., Oct. 3, 2012, https://www.bloomberglaw.com.