Access to the Legal Profession in Colorado by Minorities and Women. (U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1976). Gov Docs CR 1.2:L 52.
American Bar Association Resource Guide: Programs to Advance Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Legal Profession. (American Bar Association, 2000). KF299.M56 A546 2000.
Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession: Gender Issues. (Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, 1998). Retired Collection KF3464.Z9 E382 1998.
Gender Bias in the Law Firm & Alternative Dispute Resolution. (University of Minnesota Law School/National Practice Institute, Continuing Professional Education, 1995). Retired Collection KF300.Z9 G46 1995.
Gerstman, Leslie. The Status of Women in the Legal Profession: a Profile of Minnesota Attorneys. (Educational Law Specialists Inc., 1984). Retired Collection KF299.W6 G47 1984.
Glover, Denise Marie. A Total Approach to Diversity: an Assessment and Curriculum Guide for State Courts. (National Center for State Courts, 1997). Microfiche KF8700 .G58 1997.
Henry, Deborah Epstein. Law & Reorder: Legal Industry Solutions for Restructure, Retention, Promotion & Work/Life Balance. (American Bar Association, 2010) KF315 .H46 2010.
Hiring and Retention of Women and Minorities in the Legal Profession. (Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, 1996). Retired Collection KF299.Z9 H575 1996.
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Gender Bias Study Committee. Report of the Gender Bias Study of the Supreme Judicial Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1989. (The Court, 1989). Retired Collection KFM2811.7.M4 R46 1989.
Minnesota State Bar Association. Task Force on Diversity in the Profession. 2005 Self-Audit for Gender and Minority Equity: a Research Study of Minnesota Law Firms, Non-Firm Employers and Individual Lawyers: Gender, Race and Ethnicity, Sexual Orientation, Disability, Religion and Creed. (Minnesota State Bar Association, 2006). Retired Collection KF299.M56 M57 2006.
Minorities in the Legal Profession. (Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, 1993). Retired Collection KF299.M56 M56 1993.
Myers, Verna. Moving Diversity Forward: how to go from well-meaning to well-doing. (American Bar Association, Center for Racial & Ethnic Diversity, General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division, 2011) KF300 .M94 2011.
New Hampshire Bar Association. Task Force on Women in the Bar. Report of the New Hampshire Bar Association Task Force on Women in the Bar. (New Hampshire Bar Association, 1988). KFN1291.W6 N49 1988.
Nicholson, Carol A., Ruth Johnson Hill, Vicente E. Garces. Celebrating diversity: a legacy of minority leadership in the American Association of Law Libraries. (2006). Z673.A543 N53 2006.
Preliminary Report to the Task Force of the D.C. Circuit on Gender, Race and Ethnic Bias. (Special Committee on Gender, 1994). Gov Docs JU 7.2:G 28.
Rackley, Erika. Women, judging and the judiciary: from difference to diversity. (2013). KD472.W65 R33 2013.
Redfield, Sarah E. Diversity Realized: putting the walk with the talk for diversity in the legal profession. (Vandeplas Pub., 2009). KF287 .R43 2009.
The Task Force on Minority Lawyer Hiring Report with Recommendations. (The Task Force, 1986). KFM5476 .T37.
The Woman Advocate, 2nd. ed. (American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, 2010). KF299.W6 W642 2010.
Women in Litigation. (Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, 1996). Retired Collection KF299.W6 W65 1996.
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