Lawyers? Women? Women Lawyers in Zimbabwe?

Authors

  • Julie E. Stewart

References

Cowan, R., (2012) Women’s Representation on the Courts in the Republic of South
Africa in U.Md.L.J. Race, Religion, Gender and Class.- www.mondaq.com/articleid=8929 last accessed 13 October 2012
Damiso, C. and J.E. Stewart, (2013 forthcoming) Zimbabwe and CEDAW Compliance: Pursuing Women's Equality in Fits and Starts in Hellum, A. and H Sinding Aasen (eds) CEDAW in international, regional and national law. Cambridge University Press.
Musengezi,C and I. Staunton, (2003) A Tragedy of Lives: Women in Prison in Zimbabwe, Weaver Press, Harare.
Sithole, I., (2001) An analysis of the dilemma faced by female legal practitioners in private practice in exercising their reproductive, Postgraduate Diploma in Women’s law at the Women’s Law Centre, UZ.
Stewart, J and Tsanga, (2007) A The Widow’s and Female Child’s Portion: The Twisted Path to Partial Equality for Widows and Daughters Under Customary Law in
Zimbabwe in Hellum, Stewart, Ali and Tsanga (eds) Human Rights, Plural Legalities and Gendered Realities: Paths are Made by Walking, Weaver Press, Harare.
Stewart, J., (2007) Why I Can’t Go To School Today, Human Rights Implications for Girls of the Management or Mismanagement of Sexual Maturation and Menstruation in School in Zimbabwe, in Human Rights, Plural Legalities and Gendered Realities: Paths are Made by Walking, Weaver Press, Harare.
Stewart, J.E. (2003) Prison is No Place for a Woman in Musengezi, C and Staunton I (eds) A Tragedy of Lives: Women in Prison in Zimbabwe, Weaver Press, Harare.
Stewart, J.E.(2011) Breaking the Mould: Research Methodologies and Methods in Stewart, J.E. and Tsanga A.S.(eds) Women and Law: Innovative Approaches to Teaching Research and Analysis, Weaver Press, Harare
Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza, L., (2011) Women, crime and criminology in Stewart, J.E. and Tsanga A.S.(eds) Women and Law: Innovative Approaches to Teaching Research and Analysis, Weaver Press, Harare.

Cases cited
Dongo v The Registrar General SC 6/10
Incorporated Law Society v Wookey 1912 AD 623 (SA)
Magaya v Magaya 1999(1) ZLR 100 (S)
Zimbabwe Legislation referred to:
Constitution of Zimbabwe
Labour Act, Chapter 28:01
Legal Practitioners Act, Chapter 27:07
Interpretation Act, Chapter 1:01
Guardianship of Minors Act, Chapter 5:08
General Law Amendment Act, Chapter 8:07
Prevention of Discrimination Act, Chapter 8:16

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Published

2015-12-01

How to Cite

Stewart, J. E. (2015). Lawyers? Women? Women Lawyers in Zimbabwe?. NAVEIÑ REET: Nordic Journal of Law and Social Research, (3), 11–28. Retrieved from https://tidsskrift.dk/nnjlsr/article/view/111103