33 J.L. & Soc'y [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/jlsocty33 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of Law and Society
(Formerly the British Journal of Law and Society)
VOLUME 33 NUMBER 1                                      MARCH 2006
Contents
Articles
Justifying Affirmative Action: Perception and
Reality ..................... Aileen McHarg and Donald Nicolson   1
Positive Action for Women in Employment: Time to
Align with Europe? ........ Noreen Burrows and Muriel Robison    24
Affirmative Action in Women's Employment:
Lessons from Canada ................................ Nicole Busby  42
Affirmative Action: A German Perspective on the Promotion of
Women's Rights with Regard to Employment ...... Anke J. Stock    59
Widening Participation and Higher Education ...... Lois S. Bibbings  74
Preferential Treatment, Social Justice, and the Part-time Law
Student - The Case for the Value-added Part-time
Law Degree .......... Andrew M. Francis and lain W. McDonald     92
Affirmative Action in the Legal Profession ........ Donald Nicolson  109
Rethinking the Merit Principle in Judicial Selection . Kate Malleson  126
Quotas for Women! The Sex Discrimination (Election
Candidates) Act 2002 .............................. Aileen McHarg  141
Minority Business Enterprise Programmes in .the United States
of America: An Empirical Investigation ......... Martin J. Sweet  160
Is There a Duty to Legislate for Linguistic
M inorities?  ........................................  Robert Dunbar  181

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