Contents: Introduction; Part I Theoretical Approaches and Overview: Three stages of feminist legal theory, Martha Chamallas; Feminist theories and international law, Hilary Charlesworth and Christine Chinkin; Feminist legal theory and understandings of equality: one step forward or two steps back?, Reg Graycar and Jenny Morgan; Power and danger: feminist engagement with international law through the UN Security Council, Dianne Otto; Naming gender stereotyping, Rebecca J. Cook and Simone Cusack; EU gender equality law, Susanne Burri and Sacha Prechal. Part II Gender: Multiple and Complex Identities: Theorizing yes: an essay on feminism, law and desire, Katherine Franke; New complexity theories: from theoretical innovation to doctrinal reform, Darren Lenard Hutchinson; The transgender rights imaginary, Paisley Currah; Theorizing class, gender and the law: three approaches, Angela P. Harris. Part III Family: Transracial adoption: mothers, hierarchy, race, and feminist legal theory, Twila L. Perry; Who’s afraid of polygamy? Exploring the boundaries of family, equality and custom in South Africa, Penelope E. Andrews; Compulsory matrimony, Ruthann Robson. Part IV Work: Leave - Work/Family: Work, caregiving, and masculinities, Ann C. McGinley; Work/family reconciliation, equal opportunities and social policies: the interpretation of policy trajectories at the EU level and the meaning of gender equality, Jane Lewis. Low-Wage Workers: The four-day work week: but what about Ms Coke, Ms Upton, and Ms Blankenship?, Shirley Lung; Conclusion: the limits of labour law, Elsje Bonthuys. Sexual Harassment: The sanitized workplace revisited, Vicki Schultz. Sex Work and Trafficking: Migrant women and the legal politics of anti-trafficking interventions, Ratna Kapur. Part V Reproductive Rights: Creating and solving the problem of drug use during pregnancy, Dorothy E. Roberts; Sex equality arguments for reproductive rights: their critical basis and evolving constitutional expression, Reva B. Siegel; The global reproductive health and rights agenda: opportunities and challenges for the future, Laura Reichenbach. Part VI Violence: The violence of privacy, Elizabeth M. Schneider; Violence against women as sex discrimination (VAW=SD): evaluating a feminist strategy, Alice Edwards; Rethinking anti-violence strategies: lessons from the Black women’s movement in Britain, Julia Sudbury; Compounding the triple jeopardy: battering in lesbian of color relationships, Valli Kalei Kanuha; End torture, end domestic violence, Rhonda Copelon; The duty to protect women from sexual violence in South Africa, Sibongile Ndashe; Disjunctures between global law and local justice, Sally Engle Merry; Name index.