address all of your questions,
I think that you have to think
about specific issues. For instance,
advocates tend to file by their
issue areas -- so, yes, experts
do exist who deal with laws
that harm women, but these people,
even legal experts, are usually
classified by the issue itself.
For instance, the Million
Mom March that happened
Mother's Day weekend in Washington,
DC addressed gun violence and
there are gun laws that negatively
impact women in particular.
there are divorce laws that
don't help women -- and someone
like Karen Winner, who has a
book and an organization named
From Justice", can address
those specific laws. There are
pay equity laws--and these can
be addressed by places like
Committee on Pay Equity
and 9to5: National Association of Working Women.
There are lots of other issues
and organizations and many of
them are listed at Feminist.com.
I also believe that there is
a great book out called The
Reasonable Woman by
Carol Forner and that should