Table of contents for Women, the courts, and equality / edited by Laura L. Crites, Winifred L. Hepperle.


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PART ONE: WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND THE SUPREME COURT
Justice, Gender and the Justices - Deborah Rhode
PART TWO: WOMEN AS VICTIMS, LITIGANTS AND OFFENDERS
Wife Abuse - Laura L Crites
The Judicial Record
Sexual Assult - Cassis Spencer
The Second Victimization
Judicial Perceptions and Perceptions of Judges - Lenore J Weitzman
The Divorce Law Revolution in Practice
Female Offenders - Meda Chesney-Lind
Paternalism Re-Examined
PART THREE: WOMEN AS JUDGES, LAWYERS, ADMINISTRATORS AND JURORS
Women Judges in the Opportunity Structure - Beverly B Cook
Female Court Administrators - Winifred L Hepperle
Stuck at Mid-Level
Practicing Law in a Sexist Society - Lynn Hecht Schafran
Women Jurors - Anne Rankin Mahoney
Sexism in Jury Selection
PART FOUR: OVERCOMING GENDER BIAS IN THE COURTS
Educating Judges About Gender Bias in the Courts - Norma J Wikler



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States.
Sex discrimination against women -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Courts -- United States -- Officials and employees.