Judges as susceptible to gender bias as laypeople -- and sometimes more so. A new study of trial court judges suggests these arbiters of the law sometimes let their personal ideas about gender roles influence their decision-making. The findings, which are part of a broader study of judicial behavior, revealed that the judges were just as likely as laypeople to discriminate - in ways that harmed both men and women - in decisions involving child custody or workplace discrimination cases related to family caregiving duties. Source 6n.
Yes they do discriminate and that's why even in the judicial system there are appeals to be made to make sure that there is always a higher judge that can scrutinize decisions that are made.
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