BWLJ

AcronymDefinition
BWLJBerkeley Women's Law Journal
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At least part of BWLJ's willingness and perhaps ability to be so outspoken may have, in part, been due to the institutional support that it garnered.
Yet even with BWLJ's innovative steps, it, along with the HWLJ, had trouble attracting academics to publish in the journals.
Thus the HWLJ and t he BWLJ published articles written b y attorneys practicing i n diverse settings, legal instructors, activists from various organizations, recent law school graduates, and students.
By 1995, the HWLJ and the BWLJ had matured, become fully institutionalized, won funding by the schools in which they were housed, and had developed their own networks and connections, as those who once worked on the journals became professors, practitioners, and authors who published in the journals.