Chapman Law Review
“This Article reviews select legislation at both federal and state levels since the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920 and its influence on broadening opportunities for women to become educated and employed in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (“STEM”). Legislation in the United States over the past one hundred years has played a significant role in increasing the participation of women in a society where they had previously been disenfranchised. From legal matters, to
voting, to access to education, and equal opportunity for employment—this Article examines the relationship between legislation and opportunities for women in STEM.”
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Megan Butcher, Kristine Coats, Grant Voss, & Brandy Worden, Women in STEM and the Laws That Enabled Diverse Innovation, 23CHAP.L.REV.333(2020).