Mapping the Representation of Women and Men in Legal Professions Across the EU

Sally Wheeler, Lisa Irvine, Renate Haupfleisch, Katja Korolkova, Monika Natter, Ulrike Schultz

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Abstract

Upon request by the Committee on Legal Affairs of the European Parliament (JURI), this study maps across all 28 EU Member States the representation of women and men in legal professions. The aim of this study is to identify areas where women or men are currently underrepresented and to analyse the underlying reasons and constraints.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrussels
PublisherEuropean Parliament
Commissioning bodyEuropean Parliament Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI)
Number of pages166
ISBN (Print)PE 596.804
Publication statusPublished - 02 Aug 2017

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Keywords

  • gender equality
  • quotas
  • judiciary
  • lawyers
  • solicitors
  • courts

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Wheeler, S., Irvine, L., Haupfleisch, R., Korolkova, K., Natter, M., & Schultz, U. (2017). Mapping the Representation of Women and Men in Legal Professions Across the EU. Brussels: European Parliament.
Wheeler, Sally ; Irvine, Lisa ; Haupfleisch, Renate ; Korolkova, Katja ; Natter, Monika ; Schultz, Ulrike. / Mapping the Representation of Women and Men in Legal Professions Across the EU. Brussels : European Parliament, 2017. 166 p.
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Mapping the Representation of Women and Men in Legal Professions Across the EU. / Wheeler, Sally; Irvine, Lisa; Haupfleisch, Renate; Korolkova, Katja; Natter, Monika; Schultz, Ulrike.

Brussels : European Parliament, 2017. 166 p.

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