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"Naturally" Without Gender: Women, Jurisdiction, and the Federal Courts, 66 New York University Law Review 1682 (1991)

Abstract

For many years, women who work (or who have tried to work) with law and in courts have understood that their gender was relevant to that work. However, until recently, those who run the courts to which women have sought entry have not been interested in the effects of women on courts and of courts on women. Below, Professor Resnik explores the relationship between women and the federal courts and the role that gender plays in the allocation of work between state and federal courts.

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1991

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