Not Dressed for Success
RENÉE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning, I'm Renée Montagne.
In New Zealand, the high court suspended an activist attorney and ended a colorful campaign against the old boys network. Sixty-eight year old Rob Moody appeared in court wearing dresses and carrying a purse. He was protesting what he called the country's overly masculine judiciary. Although his suspension had nothing to do with his dress, Moody is quitting the law and ending his crusade. We can only assume he'll be sorely missed.
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