Synopses & Reviews
"Every social scientist interested in women's issues needs this invaluable collection."
"D. Kelly Weisberg's distinguished volume will provide one-stop shopping for newspaper editors, scholars, political activists, and public officials who want to learn how gender analysis applies to legal thought."
—Barbara J. Nelson, University of Minnesota
"Feminist jurisprudence is the cauldron in which some of the most creative feminist thoughts are brewing. Their release into our sociopolitical environment will bring us somewhat closer to creating a legal system in which the interests of all persons are indeed regarded with equal respect and consideration. Anglo-American law has been in need of a feminist transformation for some time. Weisberg's anthology suggests that the moment of metamorphosis is upon us."
—Rosemarie Tong, Thatcher Professor in Philosophy and Medical Humanities, Davidson College
About the Author
D. Kelly Weisberg is Professor of Law at Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. She has published several other books, including Child, Family and State: Cases and Materials on Children and the Law (co-authored with Robert Mnookin).