Journal of Law and Social Research no. 3, 2012 – University of Copenhagen

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14 January 2013

Journal of Law and Social Research no. 3, 2012

Special Issue on Gender and the Legal Profession

Edited by Hanne Petersen and Rubya Mehdi
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Articles:

  • Gender and the Legal Profession - Changing Legal Cultures? Introductory reflections
    by Hanne Petersen
  • Lawyers? Women? Women Lawyers in Zimbabwe?
    by Julie E. Stewart
  • Do Female Judges Judge Better?
    by Ulrike Schultz
  • Gender and the Legal Profession in Bangladesh: Achievements and Challenges
    by Ridwanul Hoque
  • Competing Model-Nikahnamas: Muslim Women's Spaces within the Legal Landscape in Luchnow
    by Mengia Hong Tschalaer
  • Justice for Muslim Women in India: the Sinuous Path of the All India Muslim Women Personal Law Board
    by Jean-Philippe Dequen
  • Women in Legal Proceedings: European Perspectives
    by Grethe Jacobsen

Field Notes:

  • Female Judges in Southern Punjab, Pakistan
    Coordinator: Rubya Mehdi; Interviewer: Sajid Sultan, Sajida Ahmed Chaudhary and Rubina Perveen Magassi
  • Lady Lawyers of Pakistan
    Coordinator: Rubya Mehdi; Interviewer: Rashdeen Nawas, Sajid Sultan, Mariam Ahmed and Fatima Malik

Book Review:

Embedding Mahr in the European Legal System, Edited by Rubya Mehdi and Jørgen S. Nielsen, DJØF Publishing, Copenhagen.
Reviewed by Dr. Erin E. Stiles

Women, Judging ad the Judiciary from Difference to Diversity by Erika Rackley (Routledge, 2013)
by Dr. Zoran Lapov