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Women in the Worlds Legal Professions 2003 by Edited by Ulrike Schultz Edited by Gisela Shaw, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

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  • General Information  
    Author(s)Edited by Ulrike Schultz Edited by Gisela Shaw
    PublisherBloomsbury Publishing PLC
    ISBN9781841133201
    Pages546
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearJune 2003

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    Bloomsbury Publishing PLC Women in the Worlds Legal Professions 2003 by Edited by Ulrike Schultz Edited by Gisela Shaw

    Women lawyersless than a century ago still almost a contradiction in terms have come to stay. Who are they? Where are they? What impact have they had on the profession that had for so long been a bastion of male domination? These are key questions asked in this first comprehensive study of women in the worlds legal professions. Answers are based on both quantitative and qualitative analyses using a variety of conceptual frameworks. 26 contributions by 25 authors present and evaluate the situation of women in the legal profession in both common and civil law countries in the developed world. 15 countries from four continents are covered: the United States of America Canada Australia New Zealand England Israel Germany the Netherlands Poland Finland France Italy Brazil Korea and Japan. The focus ranges from judges and public prosecutors to law professors lawyers (attorneys) notaries and company lawyers. National differences are clearly in evidence but so are common features cutting across national boundaries. Experience of glass ceilings and revolving doors is as widespread and as real as success stories of women lawyers pursuing their own projects.show more