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  • This is a cogently argued examination of how the British legal system ignores, downgrades, underrates and discriminates against women-Kennedy has properly argued that a profession that practises law and pursues justice must be seen to be just, reasonable, unprejudiced, and open to public scrutiny. Bravissima!

    Julia Neuberger, Sunday Times
  • A powerful and authoritative polemic-brave, forceful and eloquent. It may even change things

    Sunday Telegraph
  • A powerful and authoritative polemic-Kennedy cites precedents and incontrovertible evidence to show how a 'web of prejudice, privilege and misinformation affects women' in all their dealings with the law-brave, forceful and eloquent. It may even change things

    Jessica Mann, Sunday Telegraph

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