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Feminist judgments : from theory to practice

Author: Rosemary C Hunter; Clare McGlynn; Erika Rackley; Brenda Hale
Publisher: Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
While feminist legal scholarship has generated comprehensive critiques of existing legal doctrine, there has been little opportunity to test or apply feminist knowledge in practice. In this book, a group of feminist legal scholars put theory into practice in judgment form, by writing the 'missing' feminist judgments in key cases.
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Genre/Form: Court decisions and opinions
Trials, litigation, etc
Recueils de jurisprudence et d'opinions
Cases
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Rosemary C Hunter; Clare McGlynn; Erika Rackley; Brenda Hale
ISBN: 9781849460538 1849460531 1847316018 9781847316011
OCLC Number: 607975189
Description: xxxi, 471 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Feminist judgments : an introduction / Rosemary Hunter, Clare McGlynn & Erika Rackley --
An account of feminist judging / Rosemary Hunter --
The art and craft of writing judgments : notes on the feminist judgments project / Erika Rackley --
Evans v Amicus Healthcare Ltd / Sally Sheldon (commentary), Sonia Harris-Short (judgment) --
Re N (a child) / Emily Jackson (commentary), Samantha Ashenden (judgment) --
Re G (children) (residence : same-sex partner) / Daniel Monk (commentary), Alison Diduck (judgment) --
Re L (a child) (contact : domestic violence) / Christine Piper (commentary), Felicity Kaganas (judgment) --
Re A (children) (conjoined twins : surgical separation) / Richard Huxtable (commentary), Geralding Hastings (judgment) --
Royal Bank of Scotland Plc v Etridge (no 2) / Alison Diduck (commentary), Rosemary Auchmuty (judgment) --
Porter v Commissioner of police for the metropolis / Maureen O'Sullivan (commentary), Anna Grear (judgment) --
Baird textile holdings v Marks & Spencer plc / John Wightman (commentary), Linda Mulcahy & Cathy Andrews (judgment) --
R v A (no 2) / Louise Ellison (commentary), Clare McGlynn (judgment) --
R v Stone and Dobinson / Neil Cobb (commentary), Lois Bibbings (judgment) --
R v Brown / Matthew Weait & Rosemary Hunter (commentary), Robin Mackenzie (judgment) --
R v Dhaliwal / Mandy Burton (commentary), Vanessa Munro & Sangeeta Shah (judgment) --
R v Zoora (Ghulam) Shah / Susan Edwards (commentary), Samia Bano & Pragna Patel (judgment) --
Attorney-general for Jersey v Holley / Clare Connelly (commentary), Susan Edwards (judgment) --
YL v Birmingham City Council and others / Morag McDermont (commentary), Helen Carr & Caroline Hunter (judgment) --
R (Begum) v governors of Denbigh High School / Holly Cullen (commentary), Maleiha Malik (judgment) --
Sheffield City Council v E / Jonathan Herring (commentary), Nicola Barker & Marie Fox (judgment) --
R v Portsmouth Hospitals NHS trust, ex parte Glass / Anne Morris (commentary), Jo Bridgeman (judgment) --
Roberts v Hopwood / Stephanie Palmer (commentary), Harriet Samuels (judgment) --
Mundon v Del Monte Foods Ltd / Gwyneth Pitt (commentary), Rachel Horton & Grace James (judgment) --
James v Eastleigh Borough Council / Joanne Conaghan (commentary), Aileen McColgan (judgment) --
Wilkinson v Kitzinger / Karon Monaghan (commentary), Rosie Hardinger (judgment) --
EM (Lebanon) v Secretary of State for the Home Department / Judy Walsh (commentary), Karon Monaghan (judgment).
Responsibility: edited by Rosemary Hunter, Clare McGlynn, and Erika Rackley [foreword by Brenda Hale].

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