Misjustice: How British Justice Is Failing Women

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Price
$19.95  $18.55
Publisher
Vintage
Publish Date
Pages
352
Dimensions
5.0 X 7.7 X 1.0 inches | 0.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781784707682

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About the Author
Helena Kennedy is one of Britain's most distinguished lawyers and public figures. She is a regular broadcaster, journalist, and lecturer and throughout her career has focused on giving voice to those who have least power in the system, championing civil liberties and civil rights. Her 1992 book Eve Was Framed led to a number of key reforms for women and was followed in 2004 by Just Law. She was the Master of Mansfield College, University of Oxford, from 2011 to 2018, and was awarded a life peerage in 1997.
Reviews
"Stimulating and scary" - Jeanette Winterson - Guardian
"An excellent and forensic takedown... fascinating and chilling... women are being let down wholesale by a justice system designed with men in mind. And almost the worst thing is, it doesn't have to be this way" - Caroline Criado-Perez - Guardian
"An unflinching look at women in the justice system... an important book because it challenges acquiescence to everyday sexism and inspires change" - Kirsty Brimelow - The Times, **Books of the Year**
"Helena Kennedy has written a chilling exposé of how the law has historically failed women. Taking no prisoners, Kennedy outlines the damage we must undo, and the changes we must make. Eve was Shamed is a necessary book for the #MeToo era" - Amanda Foreman -
"Passionate and persuasive proof that equal justice is an ideal yet to be achieved. Drawing upon her outstanding career at the defence Bar and of leading reform in Parliament, Helena Kennedy eloquently urges an end to the discrimination and dehumanisation that women suffer in the courts, and in their lives" - Geoffrey Robertson QC -