Arguments For and Against Women Becoming Lawyers . . . 1930s

  CAN WOMEN BECOME LAWYERS? For or Against – Two confreres clash. Their arguments date back to 1930s France   ‘Against‘ is arrogant and demeaning of women. Takes a swipe at Magistrates/Judges too. “For” is a general response in favour of women as lawyers, perhaps deficient in not replying more specifically,  point by point, to the arguments… Read More Arguments For and Against Women Becoming Lawyers . . . 1930s

La femme avocat – historical post cards

  Always looking out for historical art, sketches and caricatures with a political, legal or justice theme especially if of French origin. I am much into history and literature especially historical fiction concerning matters of law, liberty and justice. I touched on some of these themes here, here, here and here.   “The tree of liberty does… Read More La femme avocat – historical post cards

Lawya Art: “My lords I say, I’m an English pussy, une Chatte anglaise, and I am innocent!”

“Milords dis-je, je suis une Chatte anglaise, et je suis innocente!“  “My lords I say, I’m an English pussy, and I am innocent!“ J. CHAT THE UNICORN original engraving watercolor of Grandville in 1842. Indeed, The Afflictions of an English Cat (1921) From Lords of the Housetops: Thirteen Cat Tales Translated and Edited by Carl Van… Read More Lawya Art: “My lords I say, I’m an English pussy, une Chatte anglaise, and I am innocent!”