The Under-Representation of Women and Women's Perspectives in International Dispute Resolution Processes
Transnational Dispute Management (TDM), 5 (4) 2008; also in Women Lawyers; and revised version, International Law Bulletin 2008
10 Pages Posted: 28 Apr 2013
Date Written: 2008
This article focuses on the status of women lawyers in the practice of international law. Specifically, it addresses the participation of women lawyers in international dispute resolution (IDR) processes as neutrals, adjudicators, and judges, as distinguished from their role in private practice and in the public service in the capacity of counsel in IDR proceedings.
Keywords: representation of women, lawyers, international law, international dispute resolution, private practice, public service
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