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Cover -- Contents -- List of Tables -- Notes on Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- An Introduction to Women in Law and Lawmaking in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-century Europe -- Part I: History of Women in the Legal Profession -- 1 From Philanthropists to Juvenile Judges in Belgium (1890-1960) -- 2 Feminist Lawyers and Legal Reform in Modern France, 1900-1946 -- 3 Women's Admission to the Legal Profession in Germany between 1900 and 1933 -- Part II: Gender Constructions and their Impact on Jurisprudence -- 4 Arbitrating Class and Gender: Working-class Women and Labour Arbitration in Tourcoing, 1848-1894 -- 5 Bending the Code Civil: Married Women, their Capacity to Engage in Contracts and the Partnership between Spouses (Belgium, 1804-c. 1865) -- 6 Women and Law in Nineteenth-century Greece -- 7 Women's Rights in the Late Russian Empire -- Part III: Gendered Legal Cultures in Global Perspective -- 8 Women Lawyers and Women's Equality Movements at the Turn of the Twentieth Century -- 9 Legal Cultures in Transition: The Role of Italian Jurist Women -- Index.
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