A new bi-monthly magazine "for woman in litigation", Sue, launches in January with a cover feature by law professor Laurie L. Levenson titled "If Women Wrote the Laws"--
What would our world look like if women wrote the laws? What would your life be like? Noted Professor Laurie L. Levenson, Professor of Law & William M. Rains Fellow at Loyola Law School and regular contributor to CNN, MSNBC, NBC, & The National Law Journal explores how the Good Samaritan laws, Voluntary Manslaughter and Heat of Passion laws and Laws of War would have made our society very, very different had they only been written by women.
The complete contents of the inaugural issue, as well as subscription information, can be found at the Sue Magazine website. The ABA Journal's write-up is available here (link from Celia C. Elwell).