Sexism? Oh, man!: Males to fight bias in courts

Frank, Cheryl
August 1985
ABA Journal;Aug85, Vol. 71 Issue 8, p34
Discusses the plans of the National Association of Women Judges' National Task Force on Gender Bias in the Courts to eradicate sex bias against women lawyers, litigants, judges and witnesses in the U.S. Recruitment of male members; Provision of technical assistance and organizational models and procedures to other state task forces; Development of educational tools to eliminate bias in federal courts.


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