Five Year Report of the New York Judicial Committee on Women in the Courts

Citation data:

Fordham Urban Law Journal, Vol: 19, Issue: 2, Page: 313

Publication Year:
1992
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Repository URL:
http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/ulj/vol19/iss2/4
Author(s):
The Judicial Committee on Women in the Courts
Publisher(s):
FLASH: The Fordham Law Archive of Scholarship and History
Tags:
Gender bias; New York Courts; women's issues; employment; employment discrimination; litigation; bias in litigation; sexual harrassment; domestic violence; Law; Law and Gender
article description
In response to a report submitted by the Judicial Committee on Women, which concluded gender bias to be a "pervasive problem" in the New York State Court System, a Task Force was created to implement the recommendations of that committee. The Five Year Report is a summary of the work done by the Committee and notes the progress made in the fight for more gender equality in our courts. The Committee concluded that although significant progress has been made, there is still a long way to go in the fight for gender equality.