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The Cross Dressing Lawyer: Using Humor To Make a Serious Point

The word from New Zealand is that Rob Moodie, a prominent attorney, showed up at Wellington's high court last week wearing a skirt, blouse, diamond brooch and stockings and toting a purse (he also asked the court to address him as "Ms. Alice").

His attire may be comical but his message is serious: a protest against what Moodie alleges is a lack of care and sensitivity to women among New Zealand's male-dominated judiciary.

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