Politics, Business & Culture in the Americas

Endnotes: [i] Women in Robes [/i]

Below are the endnotes from Women in Robes by Sital Kalantry (Summer 2012 AQ).

1. UN Women, Progress of the World’s Women 2011-2012 (New York: United Nations, 2011).

2. Coughenour, John C., et. al, The Effects of Gender in the Federal Courts: The Final Report of the Ninth Circuit, reprinted in 67 S. Cal. L. Rev. 745 (1994).

3. Williams, Margaret S., “In a Different Path: The Process of Becoming a Judge for Women and Men,” Judicature 90(3) (2006): 104-113.

4. Feenan, Dermot, “Women Judges: Gendering Judging, Justifying Diversity,” Journal of Law and Society 35(4) (2008): 490-519.

5. Virtue Foundation Conference Report, Virtue Foundation Senior Roundtable on Women and the Judiciary, March 31-April 1, 2011, Washington DC. www.virtuefoundation.org/cms/upload/pdf/media/VirtueFoundation-2011-Senior-Roundtable-Report.pdf (last accessed July 23, 2012).

6. Boyd, Christina L., Epstein, Lee, and Martin, Andrew D., “Untangling the Causal Effects of Sex on Judging,” American Journal of Political Science 54(2) (2010): 389-411.

7. Chew, Pat K., and Kelley, Robert E., “Myth of the Color-Blind Judge: An Empirical Analysis of Racial Harassment Cases,” Washington University Law Review 86(5) (2009): 1117-1166.

8. Dixon, Rosalind, “Female Justices, Feminism, and the Politics of Judicial Appointment: A Re-examination,” 21 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 297 (2010): 336-338.

9. Sommers, Samuel R., “On Racial Diversity and Group Decision Making: Identifying Multiple Effects of Racial Composition on Jury Deliberations,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 90(4) (2006): 597-612.

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