By Janet Wallace • June 02, 2012•Law School
Have you checked out Ms. JD's Library? Did you know that Ms. JD's Library is the most comprehensive collection of resources on women in the law? Currently, the Library includes more than 500 resource abstracts for books, articles, reports, and best practice recommendations on topics ranging from work/life balance and retention issues to stereotyping and gender bias in evaluation and compensation systems.
Some new additions to the Library include:
Some Strategies to Teach Reluctant Talkers to Talk About Law by Sarah E. Ricks
The Language of Performance Evaluations: Gender-Based Shifts in Content and Consistency of Judgment by Monica Biernat, M. J. Tocci, and Joan C. Williams
From Platitudes to Priorities: Diversity and Gender Equity in Lawfirms by Deborah L. Rhode
Check out these, and hundreds of other fantastic resources, at Ms. JD's Library.