Judicature Volume: 77 Issue: 3 Dated: (November-December 1993) Pages: 144-155
This is a journal article discussing Georgia Bullock's career on the Los Angeles Women's Court.
The Progressive program of social reform led to the establishment of the segregated Los Angeles Women's Court in 1914. This court was founded on the belief that women offenders should be judged and juveniles should be mothered by women judges. This article reviews Georgia Bullock's career as the first judge of this court and emphasizes how the beliefs in gender difference influenced her tenure. 93 footnotes.
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