In the last three decades, there has been extensive jurisprudential literature positing that the structure, values, and processes of the American legal and educational system, focusing heavily on adversarial battle among parties in court, and competition in law school, are fundamentally "male- centered.
"Gender Dimorphism In The United States Legal System: A "Post-Feminist" And Comparative Critique,"
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