Women and Men in Legal Proceedings: A European Historical Perspectives

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  • Grethe Jacobsen

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2015-12-01

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Jacobsen, G. (2015). Women and Men in Legal Proceedings: A European Historical Perspectives. NAVEIÑ REET: Nordic Journal of Law and Social Research, (3), 97–111. Retrieved from https://tidsskrift.dk/nnjlsr/article/view/111108