The critical work of feminist lawmaking on domestic violence can be accomplished only if there are lawyers who are sensitive to these issues of gender and violence lawyers who are committed to representing battered women and understanding the problems of domestic violence and lawyers who are not so personally involved with or conflicted about violence that they are hindered from effective representation. Battered women and feminist lawmaking is a magnificent analysis of law social movement and challenges confronting women and their advocates schneider vividly recounts the complex lessons of two decades of experience as one of the nations leading scholars activist and teacher on these difficult issues. Battered women and feminist lawmaking schneider professor elizabeth m schneider elizabeth 9780300094114 amazoncom books. Battered women and feminist lawmaking october 2000 the american journal of legal history 444511 doi 102307 3113838 authors julie novkov 1696 university at albany the state university . Battered women and feminist lawmaking book description womens rights advocates in the united states have long argued that violence against women denies women equality and citizenship but it took a movement of feminist activists and lawyers beginning in the late 1960s to set about realizing this vision and transforming domestic violence from a private problem into a public harm
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