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Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: One Size Does Not Fit All When It Comes to Courtroom Attire for Women

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Gonzaga Law Review

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In this essay, I examine the conventional wisdom on courtroom attire and question whether the cookie cutter "feminization" of conventional advice adequately accounts for gender differences in contemporary society. I conclude that conventional advice, if followed blindly, runs the risk of undermining the most valuable asset a female trial lawyer possesses: her credibility.

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