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Elisabeth McDonald; Graeme Austin; Victoria University of Wellington. Law Review.
|Notes:||"Essays by women lawyers ... who have been connected with the Law Faculty of Victoria University of Wellington"--Foreword.
Also published as Victoria University Law Review, monograph 6 (vol. 23, no. 2).
|Description:||178 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Essays by women lawyers ... who have been connected with the Law Faculty of Victoria University of Wellington --
Foreword. Also issued in Victoria University of Wellington Law Review v 23 no 2 (May 1993) ; Contents: My life in the law by Shirley Smith ; Issues for women in claims for medical misadventure by Margaret A McGregor Vennell ; Legislative changes in the criminal justice system : womens issues and victim legislation since 1975 by Hon Judge C Henwood ; Balancing or juggling our private and public lives? by Joanne Morris ; Engendering poverty : rolling back the state on New Zealand women by Jane Kelsey ; Notes from a woman lawyer in government by Joy Liddicoat ; Womans place is ... on the bench by Janet November ; Reasonable person : a gendered concept by Wendy Parker : Law of contract and the taking of risks : feminist legal theory and the way it is by Elisabeth McDonald ; One womans experience of commercial practice by Teresa Shreves ; Refining the regulation of sexual harassment by Virginia Grainer ; Discrimination in New Zealand : a personal journey by Mai Chen ; Law in the slow lane by Anne Holden ; Lessons from feminist epistemology : toward an environmental jurisprudence by Sally Bullen ; How legal education will assault you as a woman by Carmel Rogers.
|Series Title:||Victoria University of Wellington law review, v. 23, no. 2.|
|Other Titles:||1993 Suffrage Centennial|
|Responsibility:||edited by Elisabeth McDonald and Graeme Austin.|