Women’s Rights in Customary Law
Professor Susan Williams offered solutions to women’s inequality in customary law systems around the world as opposed to… read more
Professor Susan Williams offered solutions to women’s inequality in customary law systems around the world as opposed to constitutional systems.
“Women and Judging: A Feminist Approach to Judgment and the Issue of Customary Law” was the keynote address at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law’s 13th annual Women and the Law Conference, “Her Honor: Women in the Judiciary,” in San Diego, California. close
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