Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, in Feminist Judgments: Corporate Law Rewritten (Anne M. Choike et al. eds., 2023)
Corporate law has traditionally assumed that men organize business, men profit from it, and men bring cases in front of male judges when disputes arise. It overlooks or forgets that women are dealmakers, shareholders, stakeholders, and businesspeople too. This lack of inclusivity in corporate law has profound effects on all of society, not only on women's lives and livelihoods. This volume takes up the challenge to imagine how corporate law might look if we valued not only women and other marginalized groups, but also a feminist perspective emphasizing the importance of power dynamics, equity, community, and diversity in corporate law. Prominent lawyers and legal scholars rewrite foundational corporate law cases, and also provide accompanying commentary that situates each opinion in context, explains the feminist theories applied, and explores the impact the rewritten opinion might have had on the development of corporate law, business, and society.
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Business Organizations Law | Election Law | Law | Law and Gender | Supreme Court of the United States
Carliss Chatman, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, in Feminist Judgments: Corporate Law Rewritten (Anne M. Choike et al. eds., 2023),