November 01, 2018 INTRODUCTION

Addressing Sexual Harassment in the Courts

By Marla N. Greenstein

Court systems hold themselves to the highest ideals: fair, impartial, accessible. But courts are also workplaces and places where individuals from all walks of life engage with each other. A court workplace may be a bustling urban environment or an isolated space with a handful of employees. The judges in any given court location may be a diverse group of individuals representing a variety of culture and background or appear to be a fairly homogeneous group of similarly situated people.

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