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Corporate Author: Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law
Other Authors: Schultz, Ulrike, Shaw, Gisela
Format: Book
Published: Oxford ; Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2013
Series:Oñati international series in law and society
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Table of Contents:
  • Gender and Judging: Overview and Synthesis / Ulrike Schultz and Gisela Shaw
  • Becoming the First Women Judges in Ontario: Women Lawyers, Gender and the Politics of Judicial Appointment / Mary Jane Mossman
  • Profiles in Leadership: Eminent Women Judges in the United States / Elaine Martin
  • The Entry and Integration of Women into Judicial Positions in Israel / Eyal Katvan
  • First Female Judges in the Weimar Republic in Germany: Reflections on Difference / Marion Röwekamp
  • Feminisation of the French "Magistrature": Gender and Judging in a Feminised Context / Anne Boigeol
  • "I was noticed and I was asked ..." Women's Careers in the Judiciary: Results of an empirical study for the Ministry of Justice in Northrhine-Westfalia, Germany / Ulrike Schultz
  • Women Judges and Magistrates in Kenya: Challenges, Opportunities and Contributions / Winifred Kamau
  • The Impact of Women on the Administration of Justice in Syria and the Judicial Selection Process / Monique C. Cardinal
  • Skills for Judicial Work: Comparing Women Judges and Women Magistrates / Kathy Mack and Sharyn Roach Anleu
  • Professional Stress, Discrimination and Coping Strategies: Similarities and Differences between Female and Male Judges in Switzerland / Revital Ludewig and Juan LaLlave
  • Gendered Experiences of a Judge in Germany / Ruth Herz
  • Women Judges in the Netherlands / Bregje Dijksterhuis
  • Gender and Judging in Traditional and Modern Societies: A Comparison of Two Case Studies (Ivory Coast and Italy) / Maria Rita Bartolomei
  • Gender Arguments and Gender Perspective in Legal Judgments in Argentina / Andrea L. Gastron, M. Angela Amante and Ruben Rodriguez
  • Do Women on South Africa's Courts Make a Difference? / Ruth B. Cowan
  • "May it Please the Court" Forming Sexualities as Judicial Virtues in Judicial Swearing-in Ceremonies / Leslie J. Moran
  • Let History Judge? Gender, Race, Class and Performative Identity: A Study of Women Judges in England and Wales / Hilary Sommerlad
  • Must Feminist Judges Self-identify as Feminists? / Beverley Baines
  • Justice Marcia Neave: Case Study of a Feminist Judge / Rosemary Hunter
  • What's in a Label? Argentine Judges' Reluctance to Call Themselves Feminists / Beatriz Kohen
  • A Feminist Adjudication Process: Is There Such a Thing? / Reg Graycar
  • Which Judicial Selection Systems Generate the Most Women Judges? Lessons from the United States / Sally J. Kenney
  • Gender Quotas for the Judiciary in England and Wales / Kate Malleson
  • Rethinking Judicial Diversity / Erika Rackley
  • Gender and Judicial Education in India / Ann Stewart
  • Gender and Judicial Education in Japan / Kayo Minamino
  • Engendering the Judiciary: Lessons from the Philippines / Atsuko Miwa
  • Gender Training for the Judiciary in Cambodia / Keiko Sawa
  • Do German Judges Need Gender Education? / Ulrike Schultz