Justice is a principle based on fairness: treating others the way we would wanted to be treated ourselves. Modern codes of law have adopted that principle. Even those suspected of having committed a crime are treated with respect, have access to legal defence and are protected from abuse. The problem, however, with justice systems around the world is that they belie a male bias. Most judges are male, most laws were written by men and most attorneys are men. By having excluded women from participation in legal professions in the past, and continuing to do so in most parts of the world today, as well as by continuing to make it difficult for women to have the same career opportunities as men in legal professions, the Justice Systems around the world are inherently flawed. Justice to me would be to reopen the debate on women in the public space and, instead of blaming women for choosing part time careers so they can look after their families, enabling them to be integrated fully on all levels of society and compensating them for the additional responsibilities they usually live up to at home. Justice to me would be to reopen the in the definition of Justice for Women in the 21st century! Thank you for taking a first step!