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Women, judging, and the judiciary

Erika Rackley

Women, judging, and the judiciary

from difference to diversity

by Erika Rackley

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon [UK], N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sex discrimination against women,
  • Women judges,
  • Law and legislation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementErika Rackley
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKD472.W65 R33 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25238842M
    LC Control Number2012008503

    Furthermore, an increase in women judges would help to change the face of the judiciary, from the old, white, upper-class, male dominated institution that it is now, to a more reflective and democratic judiciary which is more in touch with public and current opinion, and can understand the requirements and expectations of all the different people.4/5.   A new accuser and fresh evidence confronted the Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh before a make-or-break hearing with a woman who says he assaulted her.

    Feminisation of the French 'Magistrature': Gender and Judging in a Feminised 'I was noticed and I was asked ' Women's Careers in the Judiciary. Results Women Judges and Magistrates in Kenya: Challenges, Opportunities and The Impact of Women on the Administration of . Erika Rackley’s Women, Judging and the Judiciary: From Difference to Diversity examines debates about gender representation in the judiciary and the importance of judicial diversity. It offers a fresh look at the role of the (woman) judge and the process of judging and provides a new analysis of the assumptions which underpin and constrain.

    This book has been cited by the following publications. looks critically at the changed expectations of the judiciary in civil justice and points to the need for a better understanding of how judges 'do justice'. Feenan, D., ‘ Women and judging ’, Feminist Legal Studies, 17 (), 1– by: No book on the Constitution, with the possible exception of Charles A. Beard’s Economic Interpretation of the Constitution (), has elicited such a storm of controversy. From the outset, the law reviews teemed with attacks on Government by Judiciary, some of them cautious and considered, many slipshod and semihysterical.


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Book Description. Women, Judging and the Judiciary examines debates about gender representation in the judiciary and the importance of judicial diversity. It offers a fresh look at the role of the (woman) judge and the process of judging and provides a new analysis of the assumptions which underpin and constrain debates about why we might want a more diverse judiciary, and how we might get one.

Women, Judging and the Judiciary examines debates about gender representation in the judiciary and the importance of judicial diversity.

It offers a fresh look at the role of the (woman) judge and the process of judging and provides a new analysis of the assumptions which underpin and constrain debates about why we might want a more diverse judiciary, and how we might get by: Awarded the Birks Book Prize by the Society of Legal Scholars, Women, Judging and the Judiciary expertly examines debates about gender representation in the judiciary and the importance of judicial diversity.

It offers a fresh look at the role of the (woman) judge and the process of judging and provides a new analysis of the assumptions which underpin and constrain debates about why we Reviews: 1.

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Women, Judging and the Judiciary examines debates about gender representation in the judiciary and the importance of judicial diversity. It offers a fresh look at the role of the (woman) judge and the process of judging and provides a new analysis of the assumptions which underpin and constrain debates about why we might want a more diverse.

Women, Judging and the Judiciary examines debates about gender representation in the judiciary and the importance of judicial diversity. It offers a fresh look at the role of the (woman) judge and the process of judging and provides a new analysis of the assumptions which underpin and constrain debates about why we might want a more diverse judiciary, and how we might get one.5/5(1).

Once one acknowledges that judging is not the mechanical application of predetermined rules, which judges must simply discover and apply to the facts at hand, it becomes clear that judges must, to this extent, make decisions guided by their own sense of what the law should be, the values and principles it should embody and : Erika Rackley.

In all of them, there remains a more or less pronounced glass ceiling to women's judicial careers. Women Judging And The Judiciary #1 Bestseller in [Pdf] [Kindle] [Epub] [Audiobook], #1 Book New Release.

Judicial diversity has indeed been a priority for some time now. Few would now deny, openly at least, the value of a diverse judiciary. Debates as to why we want judicial diversity, and suggestions as to how we might secure it, have become a more or less permanent fi xture on the legal and political landscapes.

Awarded the Birks Book Prize by the Society of Legal Scholars, Women, Judging and the Judiciary expertly examines debates about gender representation in the judiciary and the importance of.

Awarded the Birks Book Prize by the Society of Legal Scholars, Women, Judging and the Judiciary expertly examines debates about gender representation.

"Women, Judging and the Judiciary examines debates about gender representation in the judiciary and the importance of judicial diversity. It offers a fresh look at the role of the (woman) judge and the process of judging and provides a new analysis of the assumptions which underpin and constrain debates about why we might want a more diverse judiciary, and how we might get one.

Women, Judging and the Judiciary examines debates about gender representation in the judiciary and the importance of judicial diversity. It offers a fresh look at the role of the (woman) judge and the process of judging and provides a new analysis of the assumptions which underpin and constrain debates about why we might want a more diverse judiciary, and how we might get one.

Women, judging and the judiciary: from difference to diversity / Author: Erika Rackley. Publication info: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY: Routledge, Women, Judging and the Judiciary, Rackley,1.

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It offers a fresh look at the role of the (woman) judge and the process of judging and provides a new analysis of the assumptions which underpin and constrain debates about why we Cited by: Women, Judging and the Judiciary: From Difference to Diversity eBook: Rackley, Erika: : Kindle Store5/5(1).

Abstract. This chapter discusses women’s experiences in judging—specifically, handling cases and making judicial decisions. The first part of the chapter starts with a discussion on gender equality in the judicial process in by: 1. She goes on to argue for true representation of women in the judiciary, including their contributions in judging, and the importance of judicial diversity.

The book examines the place held by female judges at home and women's place in society as a whole, and investigates gender equality, women's agencies, emancipation, and empowerment in the.

The book's pressing topicality is underlined by the fact that well into the modern era male opposition to women's admission to, and progress within, the judicial profession has been largely based on the argument that their very gender programmes women to show empathy, partiality and gendered prejudice - in short essential qualities running.

Book Reviews. GENDER & JUSTICE: WHY WOMEN IN THE JUDICIARY REALLY MATTER by SALLY J. KENNEY and WOMEN, JUDGING AND THE JUDICIARY: FROM DIFFERENCE TO DIVERSITY by ERIKA RACKLEY HILARY SOMMERLAD. E-mail address: [email protected]: Hilary Sommerlad. Thinking about Gender and Judging Sally J.

Kenney 7. Family Judges in the City of Buenos Aires: A view from within Beatriz Kohen 8. Women and the Judiciary in Syria: Appointments Process, Training and Career Paths Monique C. CardinalAuthor: Ulrike Schultz. Don't rush gender equality in UK judiciary, says supreme court judge.

This article is more than 4 years old. There are more women than men who are not prepared to put up with that.