Reimagining the Judiciary: Women's Representation on High Courts Worldwide
- Associate Dean & Professor of Political Science, Texas A&M
- Associate Professor, School of Politics and Global Studies, ASU
- Associate Professor of Political Science and Ethnic Studies, U Nebraska-Lincoln
- Associate Dean, College of Global Futures, ASU
Join four renowned political scientists for the launch of their book, Reimagining the Judiciary. This work examines the factors that facilitate the inclusion of women on high courts, while recognizing that many courts have a long way to go before reaching gender parity.
The authors built the first cross-national and longitudinal dataset on the appointment of women and men to high courts and showcased five in-depth case studies on the selection of justices to high courts in Canada, Colombia, Ireland, South Africa, and the US.
Sandie Okoro (Keynote): Senior Vice President and World Bank Group General Counsel
Introductory remarks by Tea Trumbic, Program Manager, Women Business and the Law, Global Indicators Group, World Bank. Moderated by Amanda Ellis, Senior Director, Global Partnerships and Networks, ASU's Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory
J. Jarpa Dawuni: Associate Professor and Director, Center for Women, Gender, and Global Leadership, Howard University
Valerie Hudson: University Distinguished Professor and Director, Program on Women, Peace, and Security, Texas A&M
Susan Sterett: Professor, U Maryland Baltimore County
Co-hosted by ASU's School of Politics and Global Studies
10:00 - 11:00 a.m. AZ Time
12:00 - 1 p.m. EST