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The following literature is relevant to the project:

Beverly Baines, ‘But Was She a Feminist Judge?’ in Kimberley Brooks (ed), One Woman’s Difference: The Contributions of Justice Bertha Wilson (UBC Press, 2009)

Christine Boyle, ‘Sexual Assault and the Feminist Judge’ (1985) 1 Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 93-107

Eva Brems (ed), Diversity and European Human Rights: Rewriting judgments of the ECHR (Cambridge University Press, 2013).

Kim Brooks (ed), Justice Bertha Wilson: One Woman’s Difference (UBC Press, 2009)(PDF download)

Kylie Burns, ‘The Way the World is: Social Facts in High Court Negligence Cases’ (2004) 12 Torts Law Journal 215

Kylie Burns, ‘The Australian High Court and Social Facts: A Content Analysis Study' (2012) 40(3) Federal Law Review 317

Margaret Davies, ‘The Law Becomes Us: Rediscovering Judgment’, review of Feminist Judgments: From Theory to Practice (2012) 20 Feminist Legal Studies 167-181

Dermot Feenan, ‘Editorial Introduction: Women and Judging’ (2009) 17 Feminist Legal Studies 1

Amanda Glasbeek, Feminized Justice: The Toronto Women's Court 1913-1934 (UBC Press, 2009)

Reg Graycar, ‘A Feminist Adjudication Process: Is There Such a Thing?’ in Gender and Judging (eds) Ulrike Schulz and Giselle Shaw, Hart Publishing: Oxford, 2013

Brenda Hale, ‘Making a Difference? Why We Need a More Diverse Judiciary’ (2005) 56 Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 281

Brenda Hale, ‘Equality and the Judiciary: Why Should We Want More Women Judges?’ [2001] Public Law 489

Rosemary Hunter, Clare McGlynn and Erika Rackley (eds), Feminist Judgments: From Theory to Practice (Hart Publishing, 2010)

Rosemary Hunter, ‘The Power of Feminist Judgments?’ (2012) 20 Feminist Legal Studies 135

Rosemary Hunter, ‘Feminist Judgments as Teaching Resources’ (2012) 2(5) Onati Socio-Legal Series, 47, available through the SSRN eLibrary Database.

Rosemary Hunter, ‘Justice Marcia Neave: Case Study of a Feminist Judge’, in Ulrike Schultz and Gisela Shaw (eds), Gender and Judging (Hart Publishing: Oxford, 2013)

Diana Majury, ‘Introducing the Women’s Court of Canada’ (2006) 18 Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 1

Les Moran, review of Feminist Judgments (2012) 75(2) Modern Law Review 287

Jennifer L Peresie, ‘Female Judges Matter: Gender and Collegial Decision-Making in the Federal Appellate Courts’ (2005) 114 Yale Law Journal 1759

Erika Rackley, Women, Judging and the Judiciary (Routledge, 2013)

Zoe Rathus, ‘A Call for Clarity in the Use of Social Science Research in Family Law Decision-making’ (2012) 26 Australian Journal of Family Law 81

Lisa Sarmas, ‘Storytelling and the Law: A Case Study of Louth v Diprose’ (1994) 19 MULR 701 Elizabeth Sheehy (ed), Adding Feminism to Law: The Contributions of Justice Claire L'Heureux-Dube (Irwin Law, 2005)

Kylie Weston-Scheuber, Extract from PhD thesis (ANU), Sentencing judgment: R v Ramage [2004] VSC 508.


Feminist Judgments Project (England and Wales)

Australian Wild Law Judgment Project

Women’s Court of Canada

Irish Feminist Judgments Project

Judicial Research Project (Flinders University)

Trailblazing Women in the Law project (Australian National University). See also: Lawyers Weekly

Gender Jurisprudence Project. The collection contains a database of judgments, decisions, orders, and other relevant documents issued by international criminal courts and tribunals that have been coded and made readily searchable for issues relating to sexual and gender-based violence.

Gender and Judging