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Issue Manipulation by the Burger Court
(Minnesota Law Review, 1986)
Members of the dominant faction of the current Supreme Court are apparently trying to have their cake and eat it, too. In some contexts, the Court uses constitutionally grounded notions of judicial restraint to deny ...
Civic Virtue and the Feminine Voice in Constitutional Adjudication
(Virginia Law Review, 1986)
What is true of women's writing is also true of women's jurisprudence. This article contends that modern men and women, in general, have distinctly different perspectives on the world and that, while the masculine vision ...
The Gender of Judges
(Law and Inequality, 1986)
The breadth and variety of the topics discussed at the 1985 NAWJ Convention raise a troubling question: is there any longer a need for an association of women law judges? While a few of the discussions center around "women's ...