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Achieving equal justice for women and men in the courts the draft report of the Judicial Council Advisory Committee on Gender Bias in the Courts by California. Judicial Council. Advisory Committee on Gender Bias in the Courts.

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Published by Administrative Office of the Courts in San Francisco, CA (595 Market St., 30th floor, San Francisco, CA 94105) .
Written in English


  • Sex discrimination -- California.,
  • Courts -- California -- Officials and employees.,
  • Justice, Administration of -- California.,
  • Criminal justice, Administration of -- California.,
  • Women lawyers -- California.

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StatementDavid M. Rothman, Diane E. Watson, Judith C. Chirlin.
ContributionsRothman, David M., Chirlin, Judith C., Watson, Diane E., California. Administrative Office of the Courts.
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Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
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Open LibraryOL16244750M

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