The First Women Lawyers: "Piecemeal Progress and Circumscribed Success"Osgoode Hall Law Journal
- Women lawyers,
- legal profession,
- sex discrimination against women
AbstractThis paper explores the context in which women gained admission to the bar at the end of the nineteenth century, discusses the stories of some of the first women lawyers in different parts of the world, and reflects on their challenges and choices as members of the legal professions.
Citation InformationMary Jane Mossman. "The First Women Lawyers: "Piecemeal Progress and Circumscribed Success"" (2007) p. 379 - 395
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