Educating the Judiciary about Gender Bias: NJEP and the NJ Supreme Court Task Force on Women in the Courts

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March 1986
  • Fairness in the Courts
  • National Judicial Education Program
  • Publication
  • Archival Material
Published in the Women's Rights Law Reporter in 1986, this article examines the efforts ;of our National Judicial Education Program (NJEP) to make understanding gender bias an integral part of American judicial education; the response to those efforts on the part of funders, judicial educators and judges; and the outgrowth of those efforts in ­the New Jersey Supreme Court Task Force on Women in the Courts, created to document gender bias in that state's court system and develop ways to eliminate it, and the other state task forces which it has inspired.

 

Educating the Judiciary About Gender Bias: The National Judicial Education Program to Promote Equality for...