On December 19, 1989, we received the final report of the Michigan Supreme Court Task Force on Gender Issues (task force report). The task force made 91 recommendations, plus an additional 18 joint recommendations with the Task Force on Racial/Ethnic Issues in the Courts. The Michigan Supreme Court, the State Bar of Michigan and other individuals and organizations have made much progress in responding to the recommendations, with one glaring omission-Although jointly recommended by both task forces as "essential to the realization of the goals envisioned in the goals envisioned in the reports," the Supreme Court has failed to appoint a standing committee on Racial/Ethnic and Gender Issues in the Courts. Without this committee, no one is ultimately accountable for the successful implementation of the recommendations of the task force.
Scarnecchia, Suellyn. "Responding to Gender Bias in the Courts: Progress without Accountability." Mich. B. J. 73, no. 3 (1994): 270-2.