10:2 William Mitchell Magazine, Oct. (1991)
A growing number of scholars are asking how the law would be different if it took women's points of view and experiences into account. Feminist Jurisprudence argues that we must look at the norms embedded in our legal system and rethink the law. It is about being inclusive of women, and of all people who differ from the norms of the law as it is today. The endeavor will necessarily shake up established relations between family, the workplace and the state. Lawyers, judges, and legislators should get ready for the changes.
Juergens, Ann, "Feminist Jurisprudence: Why Law Must Consider Women's Perspectives" (1991). Faculty Scholarship. 111.