Bias against women and minority attorneys in New Jersey’s courts may be in the eye of the beholder, but even if that’s all it is, the state needs to remedy the matter, according to a survey released Tuesday by the judiciary.
Women and minority attorneys are far more likely than their male and white colleagues to perceive race and gender bias, the study by the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on Women in the Courts concluded.
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