Table of contents for Framing female lawyers : women on trial in film / Cynthia Lucia.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Chapter 1. The Law Is the Law: Adam's Rib and The Verdict
Chapter 2. Father Knows Best: Female Lawyers as Daughters in Music Box and Class Action 
Chapter 3. Female Lawyers and the Maternal: The Client and Defenseless 
Chapter 4. A Question of Genre: Jagged Edge and Guilty as Sin 
Chapter 5. Female Power and Masculine Crisis: Genre Hybrids and Dual-Focus Narratives
Chapter 6. Genre, Gender, and Law: The Female Lawyer Narrative and Its Influence
Chapter 7. Feminist Address and Spectatorship in The Accused, Love Crimes, and Female Perversions 
Conclusion: Female Lawyers in the Twenty-First Century 
Notes
Filmography
Bibliography 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women lawyers in motion pictures.
Justice, Administration of, in motion pictures.