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What’S Sex Got To Do With It: Questioning Research On Gender & Negotiation, Andrea Kupfer Schneider Jun 2019

What’S Sex Got To Do With It: Questioning Research On Gender & Negotiation, Andrea Kupfer Schneider

Nevada Law Journal

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Reimagining Access To Justice In The Poor People’S Courts, Elizabeth L. Macdowell Jan 2015

Reimagining Access To Justice In The Poor People’S Courts, Elizabeth L. Macdowell

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Access to justice efforts have been focused more on access than justice, due in part to the framing of access to justice issues around the presence or absence of lawyers. This article argues that access to justice scholars and activists should also think about social justice and provides a roadmap for running a legal services program geared toward making court systems more just. The article also further develops the concept of “poor people’s courts,” a term that has been used to describe courts serving large numbers of low-income people without representation. The article argues that access to justice efforts ...


Law's Patriarchy, Lynne Henderson Jan 1991

Law's Patriarchy, Lynne Henderson

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Whose Nature? Practical Reason And Patriarchy, Lynne Henderson Jan 1990

Whose Nature? Practical Reason And Patriarchy, Lynne Henderson

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No abstract provided.


Norris V. Arizona Governing Committee: Titile Vii's Applicability To Arizona's Deferred Compensation Plan, Mary E. Berkheiser Jan 1982

Norris V. Arizona Governing Committee: Titile Vii's Applicability To Arizona's Deferred Compensation Plan, Mary E. Berkheiser

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Analysis of Norris v. Arizona Governing Comm., 671 F.2d 330 (9th Cir. 1982).