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JESSICA L. WATERS
Jessica L. Waters and Lynn A. Addington, The Marshall-Brennan Effect: The Benefits of Teaching Constitutional Literacy for Law Students, 90 Denver University Law Review (2013)
Jessica L. Waters, Testing Hosanna Tabor: The Implications for Pregnancy Discrimination Claims and Employers' Reproductive Rights, 8 Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (2013)
Lynn A. Addington and Jessica L. Waters, Public Interest 101: Using the Law School Curriculum to Quell Public Interest Drift and Expand Student's Public Interest Commitment, 21 Journal of Gender, Social Policy, and the Law 79 (2012)
Stephanie Sterling and Jessica Waters, Beyond Religious Refusals: The Case for Protecting Health Care Workers' Provision of Care, 34 Harvard Journal of Law and Gender (2011)
Jessica Waters, In Whose Best Interest?: New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Service v. V.M. and B.G. and The Next Wave of Court-Controlled Pregnancies, 34 Harvard Journal of Law and Gender 81 (2011)