inequality, public, private, patriarchy, marriage, pregnancy, women, male bias, sexual divisions, gender
I remember Katherine O'Donovan vividly. She was a young law lecturer at Queen's University Belfast when I was a first-year student there seventeen years ago. Law, on the whole, does not provide a large number of women to stimulate one's aspirations, but Katherine O'Donovan would have been outstanding in any context. She was clever and as beautiful as her name. She has written an outstanding book.
Christine Boyle, "Sexual Divisions in Law" (1956) 10:1 Dal LJ 232.