JoAnne Sweeny

JoAnne Sweeny is an associate professor at the University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law. Her scholarly interests include comparative constitutional law, freedom of expression, law and gender, and legal history.

BraGate 2019: How underwire bras became political in Kansas City's jail JoAnne Sweeny
Why are books banned in prison? Sex, drugs and a critique of systematic oppression JoAnne Sweeny
Adultery and fornication: Why are states rushing to get these outdated laws off the books? JoAnne Sweeny
Here's how all 100 senators stand on Brett Kavanaugh right now JoAnne Sweeny
Brett Kavanaugh didn’t rape 65 women: Great, but that proves nothing JoAnne Sweeny
Yes, Michael Cohen, spousal rape is a real thing — as your client ought to know JoAnne Sweeny
New abortion law requires doctors to keep records that can follow patients through life JoAnne Sweeny
Banning child marriage in America: An uphill fight against evangelical pressure JoAnne Sweeny
Men need to talk about periods — now JoAnne Sweeny
How every member of Congress responded to Trump’s “s**thole” remark JoAnne Sweeny
Can you be sued for sharing your #MeToo story? JoAnne Sweeny
Not covered under the First Amendment: The ACLU is wrong about Trump and incitement to violence JoAnne Sweeny
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