Quotation by Martha Albertson Fineman

Feminist legal theory ... challenges the traditional notion that law is a neutral, objective, rational set of rules.... Certain groups have historically been unrepresented (or underrepresented) in law and ... [this] has led to biases.... [Such] excluded groups have different, perhaps unique, views and experiences that are relevant to the issues and circumstances regulated and controlled by law.... What is law?
Martha Albertson Fineman, law educator. The Neutered Mother, The Sexual Family and Other Twentieth Century Tragedies, pp. 24-5, Routledge (1995).
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