Women in Law

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University of Illinois Press, 1993 - Law - 491 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
The Changing Context
13
Where They Came From and Why They Chose the Law
23
Going to Law School
60
m
67
Dark Days of Discrimination and
79
Patterns of Practice
96
Government Practice
112
Professional Associations
247
Ambivalence and Collegiality
265
Confidence and Presentation
305
So Many Hours in the Day
315
Husbands Wives and Lovers
329
Children
358
PROGNOSIS OF PROGRESS
380
METHODOLOGY
387

Poverty Law and the Public Interest
120
Feminist Law Firms and Feminist Law Practice
130
Small Private Practices and HusbandWife
162
Wall Street
175
Women Law Professors
219
Women in the Judiciary
237
NOTES
401
EPILOGUE
423
NAME INDEX
475
SUBJECT INDEX
481
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