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May 23, 2024 CHAIR CHAT

Episode 18: Marcy L. Karin

This week's Chair Chat features a discussion with 2023-24 Section Chair, The George Washington University School of Law Distinguished Professorial Lecturer in Law, and Consultant Robin R. Runge and UDC David A. Clarke School of Law Professor of Law and Legislation/Civil Rights Clinic Director Marcy L. Karin about menstruation, menopause and the law. Watch the full chat below!

During the 2023-24 Bar year, Section Chair Robin R. Runge will continue CRSJ's Chair Chat and host esteemed guests and colleagues for a bi-weekly (every other week) Chair Chat. Prominent CRSJ leadership, including past Section Chairs, will frequently be featured as guest hosts. This platform is designed to bring together legal scholars, advocates, thought leaders, and activists committed to fighting for social justice, protecting our democracy, and upholding the rule of law, and to share strategies for tackling the existing and emerging civil rights issues facing our country.

Guest Speaker

  • Marcy L. Karin – Professor of Law and Legislation/Civil Rights Clinic Director, UDC David A. Clarke School of Law


  • Robin R. Runge – Chair, ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice; Distinguished Professorial Lecturer in Law, The George Washington University Law School; Consultant


ABA Policy 21M105 on Menstrual Products | Urges the bar admission authority of each jurisdiction to allow bar examinees to bring menstrual products into the bar exam.

Addressing Periods at Work | Marcy L. Karin

Menstruation and the Bar Exam: Model Policy and Operating Provisions | Marcy L. Karin

The Right to Dignified Menstruation at Work? | Marcy L. Karin, Human Rights Magazine, Vol. 49, No. 1/2 

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