Welcome to Ms. JD’s Library, the most comprehensive collection of resources on women in the law. Two years after Ms. JD launched the Library, the Center for Women in Law at the University of Texas School of Law partnered with Ms. JD to expand the database.
Today 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.
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Including resources on retention, promotion, recruitment, work/life balance, discrimination, "on-ramp", pregnancy & maternity, childcare, "opt-out"
Including resources on stereotypes, stratification, gender roles, “double-bind”, organizational theory, generation gap
Including resources on business development, pay equity, negotiation, self-promotion
Including resources on race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability, family status
Including resources on "glass ceiling," power, management, critical mass
Including resources on restructuring, institutions, systems, billable hour, flex-time, part-time, "opt-in"
Including resources on academia, law schools, curriculum