|The MWL Compendium Curated Lists|
In an effort to highlight particular resources and topic areas, MWL's Research Committee has asked MWL members to create curated lists of the most relevant, interesting, new, and thought-provoking resources about a particular issue or theme. Each month, MWL's Research Committee will share a new curated list. This month, our spotlighted list is Pathways to the Bench: Paved with the Quest for Equality and Justice, By Justice Wilhelmina Wright. Look for additional curated lists in the coming months.
Representing the Race: The Creation of a Civil Rights Lawyer, Kenneth W. Mack (Harvard University Press, 2012). [U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall]
By: Teresa Fariss McClain, Hallberg & McClain
A Career in the Courtroom: A Different Model for the Success of Women Who Try Cases. The Voice of the Defense Bar.
A View from the Jury Box: Managing Jurors' Beliefs about Women Attorneys. Elizabeth Babbitt and Jessica Baer. Litigation Insights, September 5, 2012.
Learning from the New Jersey Supreme Court Task Force on Women in the Courts: Evaluation Recommendations and Implications for Other States. Norma Juliet Wikler and Lynn Hecht Schafran. A Rutgers Law School Publication, Winter 1991.
‘Now What Makes Juries Listen’: A Program Recap at the DRI Seminar. Sherylle Gordon. Women Connect, March 2011.
Panel Explores Reasons for Lack of Women Commercial Litigators. Laura Haring. New York Law Journal, March 7, 2011.
The Unfinished Agenda: Women and the Legal Profession. Deborah L. Rhode. ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, 2001.