The first fifteen : how Asian American women became federal judges / Susan Oki Mollway.

"When Susan Oki Mollway became a federal judge in the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii in 1998, she was surprised that she was the first Asian American woman to be appointed on the federal bench in the United States. She would remain an exclusive member of Asian American...

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Online Access: Full Text (via ProQuest)
Main Author: Mollway, Susan Oki, 1950- (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: New Brunswick : Rutgers University Press, [2021]
Table of Contents:
  • Diversity in the federal judiciary
  • Bridging the Gap
  • Susan Oki Mollway (D. Haw.) (1998)
  • Kiyo A. Matsumoto (E.D.N.Y.) (2008)
  • Jacqueline Hong-Ngoc Nguyen (C.D. Cal.) (2009), (9th Cir.) (2012)
  • Dolly Maizie Gee (C.D. Cal.) (2010)
  • Lucy Haeran Koh (N.D. Cal.) (2010)
  • Leslie Emi Kobayashi (D. Haw.) (2010)
  • Cathy Bissoon (W.D. Pa.) (2011)
  • Miranda Mai Du (D. Nev.) (2012)
  • Lorna Gail Schofield (S.D.N.Y.) (2012)
  • Pamela Ki Mai Chen (E.D.N.Y.) (2013)
  • Indira Talwani (D. Mass.) (2014)
  • Jennifer Choe-Groves (Ct. Int'l Trade) (2016)
  • Karen Gren Scholer (N.D. Tex.) (2018)
  • Jill Aiko Otake (D. Haw.) (2019)
  • Neomi Jehangir Rao (D.C. Cir.) (2019)
  • Continuing Growth
  • Timing of growth
  • Demographic factors
  • Attitudinal factors
  • Why aren't these other Asian women Article III Judges?