Feministing Follow Friday: Feminist Lawyers, Vol. I

Twitter, Feministing style

I’ve been on hiatus from my Feministing duties for the last two weeks for law schools finals — and I have to tell you, it feels good to be done with 1L exams and back to the blogosphere. I still have law on the brain, though, so here are five feminist twitter accounts run by lawyers and legal academics:

    • Nancy Leong (@nancyleong): Law professor @UDenverLaw. Teach & research constitutional rights, race, gender, sexual orientation, discrimination. Love tater tots. Loathe clowns.
    • Legal Momentum (@LegalMomentum): Legal Momentum is a non-profit legal advocacy organization dedicated to protecting the rights of women and girls. Follows & RT’s don’t equal endorsements.
    • Kimberle Crenshaw (@sandylocks)
    • Feminist Law Profs (@FeministLawPrfs): A group blog of topics, books, articles, CFPs, conferences for feminist law profs across subject areas. Tweets by @ProfBCrawford unless a link to signed post.
    • Sandra Park (@sandrapark): attorney @ACLU, #fem2#vaw#genepatents, and more – views are my own

Leave recommendations in the comments for next week’s list. We’re particularly interested in local groups tweeting about their on-the-ground organizing. And, of course, follow @feministing.


Alexandra Brodsky spends too much time on the internet.

New Haven, CT

Alexandra Brodsky is a senior editor at Feministing.com and soon-to-be civil rights attorney. Alexandra also serves as the Board Chair of Know Your IX, a national student-led movement to end gender violence, which she co-founded and previously co-directed. Alexandra has written for publications including the New York Times, the Atlantic, the Guardian, and the Nation, and she is the co-editor of The Feminist Utopia Project: 57 Visions of a Wildly Better Future. She has spoken about violence against women and reproductive justice at campuses across the country and on MSNBC, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, FOX, ESPN, and NPR.

Alexandra Brodsky is a senior editor at Feministing.com and soon-to-be civil rights attorney.

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